Seth Rogen has come a long way since playing Ken Miller in Judd Apatow's 1999 comedy series Freaks and Geeks. Now 37, the Vancouver native has blossomed into a multi-hyphenate with a slew of actor, writer, producer, and director credits.

Surrounding his new movie with Charlize Theron, Long Shot, Rogen has been chosen to grace the cover of the latest issue of GQ. In addition to discussing Kanye West, life lessons, and film controversy, he took time to break down his most iconic characters, including his roles in The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Superbad, Pineapple Express, Freaks and Geeks, This is the End, The Interview, Observe and Report, Steve Jobs, and Long Shot.

Throughout his 20-plus-year career, Rogen has provoked laugher as a number of hilarious characters. For some inside info on these roles from the man himself, simply press play above. After watching the video, hit the comments to let us know your favorite Seth Rogen character.

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