Yesterday, seventeen years ago, the short-lived but acclaimed television series Freaks and Geeks aired its first of only 18 episodes
"Well, you just deal with all the fear that’s telling you that you’re not going to be capable of doing this." - Jason Segel on The End of the Tour
With this year’s comedy hit Neighbors being released on Blu-ray, DVD, and VOD this week, it’s interesting to take a look back at the humble beginnings of the movie’s leading man, Seth Rogen. Before he was starring in films like Knocked Up and This Is the End, Rogen first became known to the public as a teenager as a supporting character in the beloved but short-lived 1999 Judd Apatow television series Freaks and Geeks as the “freak” Ken Miller. Not surprisingly, despite Rogen’s young age the audition features his trademark laid-back delivery and, of course, jokes about pot. He has ... Read more
Check out Seth Rogen auditioning for the role Judd Apatow‘s Freaks and Geeks. Even back then he was way comfortable in front of a camera.
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