Seth Rogen has made an undeniable name for himself in comedy. From his infectious, distinctive laugh to his recognizable curly hair, Hollywood cannot get enough of the actor and filmmaker. His first outbreak was in 1999 when he landed his first role on a short-lived TV series Freaks and Geeks. In turn, Rogen and Judd Apatow worked collaboratively on films such as The-40-Year-Old Virgin, Superbad, Pineapple Express, and Funny People. Later on, Rogen’s experience lead him to animated films such as Horton Hears a Who!, Kung Fu Panda, and Monsters vs. Aliens. Funny, unmistakable, and sweeping the nation, Seth Rogen has become the face of comedy, but the real question is: How much is Rogen worth now?
Seth Rogen’s Net Worth as of 2017: $45 Million
Rogen started off as a well-known teenager for his stand-up comedy performance at Camp Miriam in Vancouver. In the aftermath, he came in second place in the 1998 Vancouver Amateur Comedy Contest. From there, Rogen decided to pursue an interest in comedy. In 1999, Rogen got his big break when he landed his first role in Judd Apatow’s Freaks and Geeks. Even though the show was canceled after a short single season, it set quite a few careers into motion. Namely, the career of Seth Rogen, who then partnered up with his childhood friend, Evan Goldberg, on writing for Da Ali G Show in 2003.
In 2005, his career took flight, landing him back with Judd Apatow on his debut film The 40-Year-Old Virgin. Having grossed over $109,449,237 domestically, the hit movie led to Rogen receiving his claim to fame early on in his film career. Consequently, Rogen and Apatow worked closely in collaboration on projects such as Superbad, Pineapple Express, and Funny People in the following years.
In 2011, Rogen both starred in and co-wrote The Green Hornet, which won an ASCAP Award for its critical and box office reception. Rogen continued to show his versatility, but this time alongside Barbara Streisand, in the dramatic comedy The Guilt Trip, which grossed $37,134,215. In 2013, his self-mirrored personality in This Is the End helped the star-studded comedy earn $126,041,322 worldwide.
Rogen played as a new father trying to sabotage a loud, obnoxious fraternity house after being forced to live next to them in the 2014 hit movie, Neighbors. The film’s total gross of $150,157,400 was such a hit, they decided to start filming a sequel to the comedy. Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising portrays Rogen and his past antagonist, Zac Efron teaming up against their new rowdy neighbors, Sorority Girls. The film didn’t have quite as big of a wrap, however still coming in with a total domestic gross of $55,340,730.
In August 2016, Rogen starred in an animated dark comedy film, Sausage Party, alongside some of his standard comedic crew. The film racked up a total gross of $97,661,826. Sticking to a more animated path, Rogen is currently filming B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations. The film release date is still up in the air, however, if the timeline of his career and his net worth are taken into account, the movie will be a definite payday for Seth Rogen. He also has roles in the upcoming films The Disaster Artist and Zeroville, which are scheduled to be released in 2017.