Seth Rogen and the Secret to Happiness

Making people laugh, smoking weed and hanging out with friends.

Seth Rogen set out knowing exactly what he wanted to do with his life — make people laugh, smoke weed and hang out with his friends — and somehow managed to turn those three goals into the organizing principles of his whole career.

For our cover story this week, the writer Jonah Weiner spent a day at the house of the comedian (and director, writer, ceramist and weed entrepreneur), finding out how he built a body of work by mining the pitfalls and possibilities of adolescence.

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