Yearbook

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Product Details

Price
$28.00  $25.76
Publisher
Crown Publishing Group (NY)
Publish Date
Pages
272
Dimensions
5.7 X 8.5 X 0.9 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781984825407

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About the Author

Seth Rogen is an actor, writer, producer, director, entrepreneur, and philanthropist who, alongside longtime collaborators Evan Goldberg and James Weaver, produces film and television projects through their production company, Point Grey Pictures. Rogen can next be seen in Hulu's series Pam & Tommy, which has been spearheaded by Point Grey. Currently, Rogen stars in Brandon Trost's film An American Pickle, in which he plays both lead characters. Rogen and Goldberg also launched Houseplant, a Canada-based cannabis company. In 2012, Rogen and his wife, Lauren Miller-Rogen, founded HFC, a national nonprofit organization which funds research and provides care for families coping with Alzheimer's.

Reviews

"It's a real treat when a memoir by a comedian is actually as funny and vital as the work that got them into memoir-writing territory, but Yearbook is just that delightful. . . . Amusing and insightful."--Vulture

"In need of oddball anecdotes and lots of F bombs? Seth Rogen has you covered. . . . Yearbook features a hilarious collection of real-life stories and personal essays that delve into his adolescence and career."--USA Today

"The actor and writer will have you keeled over in laughter with his memoir, made up of a collection of essays that will make you think about the world differently. . . . Fasten your seatbelts for this page-turner, folks."--Men's Journal

"Everyone's favorite stoner recalls his childhood, youth, and first stirrings of Hollywood success. . . . Fans of Rogen will enjoy his laid-back, whimsical memoir."--Kirkus Reviews

"At first I was worried that Seth was writing a book, because I was like, 'Oh no! What's he gonna say?' I was actually scared to even read it. But I'm very happy I did. It's not really a memoir, like I thought it might be. I guess it's more of a bunch of funny true stories? Does that make sense? He talks about doing stand-up when he was a kid (I drove him to all his shows!), his grandparents, high school, moving to LA, meeting some famous people, things like that. If I'm being honest, I really wish there wasn't so much drug talk. Why does he need all that! It's like, 'We get it!' And some of the stories? I mean, they're entertaining, but I was just shocked they happened and he never told me! Overall, I think it's more sweet and funny than anything, so I like it, and I'm glad he wrote it, but I'd be even more glad if he called me more." --Sandy Rogen, Seth's mother