The Yearbook audiobook is a funny collection of true anecdotes and autobiographical essays about the writer, Seth Rogen, and his childhood and profession. Rogen recounts his unforgettable celebrity interactions with Sacha Baron Cohen, Tom Cruise, and many others, as well as the drugs, parties, and juvenile shenanigans that influenced Superbad released in 2007.
The yearbook audiobook begins in a simple but almost perfunctory way, with an account of Rogen’s foray as a stand-up comedian when he was just 12 years old. The journey into a professional comedian just seems like a natural progression for Rogen, who grew up in a Canadian family surrounded by the loudness of Second City Television, Billy Crystal stand-up routines, and watching John Candy films.
In the Yearbook audiobook, the director and actor, Rogen describes being dumped within 3 days in his very first relationship, then writing a standup comedy about that ephemeral flirtation.
Rogen’s humour, charm, and snark are all there in the Yearbook audiobook free, which is surprising. He narrates his journey from being the stand-up comedian to appearing on the big screen, as well as providing a view into the oddities of celebrity, including a graphic account of how it would be to attend the AVN Awards that honour talents in the film industry. He also reflects on more significant aspects of his life, such as his experiences facing anti-Semitism inside Hollywood.
Yearbook audiobook free is a fast, lively, joyful blend of Showbiz stories, teenage reminiscences, essays, and love notes to a variety of pleasurable drugs. It encapsulates everything people have grown to adore about Rogen within one compact, witty, immensely likeable piece.
Seth Rogen wrote the Yearbook audiobook.
Seth Rogen was born on the 15th of April 1982. He is a stand-up comedian, actor, screenwriter, and director from Canada.
Rogen went to Vancouver Talmud Torah Elementary School and then Point Grey Secondary School. He is also very well as stand-up comedian at Camp Miriam. Rogen didn’t want to do anything else as a kid other than to be a comedian. He began his career as a comedian when he was 12 years old. He enrolled in a comedy program conducted under Mark Pooley’s guidance. Rogen began performing stand-up comedy skits at parties when he was a teenager, eventually moving on to bars.
Rogen wrote a draft version of Superbad with close buddy Evan Goldberg when he was 13 years old. At the age of 16, he ranked 2nd in the comedy contest held in Vancouver featuring his sarcastic comedy. In Vancouver, he began his career as a comedian, later relocated to Los Angeles for doing a role in Freaks and Geeks, the series.
His debut film performance was in the 2001 film Donnie Darko, in which he played a tiny role. In Apatow, the director’s debut film, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Rogen played a supporting part. Following that, he starred in Apatow’s comedy films Funny People and Knocked Up for Universal Pictures. In 2015, Rogen starred in the biopic of Steve Jobs. With his creative partners Sam Catlin and Evan Goldberg, he produced Preacher, the AMC tv series in 2016.
He has been shortlisted for several awards but had won American Comedy Award twice and the MTV movie award thrice. In 2011, Rogen married writer and actress Lauren Miller. Currently, they reside in n Los Angeles.
The narrator of the Yearbook audiobook is Seth Rogen.
The length of the Yearbook audiobook is 6 hours and 13 minutes.
Blackstone Audio, Inc. published the Yearbook audiobook on 05/14/21.