Seth Rogen’s wife is Lauren Miller. The couple has been married for more than a decade now and has worked together since they started dating. They have been credited as comedians, actors, producers, screenwriters, and directors. Seth Rogen wife, Lauren Miller, along with Seth Rogen, has worked on several films together including Zack, Superbad, Miri Make a Porno, 50/50, Sausage Party, Observe and Report, and Like Father. She is famous for her 2012 movie For A Good Time, which she co-wrote, starred in, and produced with her college friend. Lauren made her debut as a director in 2018 with Like Father, casting Kelsey Grammer, Kristen Bell, and Seth Rogen.
How did Lauren Miller and Seth Rogen meet?
Since 2011, Rogen and Miller have been married. The couple got to know about each other in 2004 via producer Will Reiser. Rogen said that Will was dating a girl who had a buddy and that Seth might like her, so they went to a party and met. According to Seth Rogen, it was love at first sight. After the party, they played Spanish Scrabble and ate grilled cheese sandwiches at night until the sun went up. Seth Rogen wife, Lauren Miller told the story of their spectacular first date. They played mini-golf and then got into a hit-and-run accident on the parkway. When she got out of the car and hugged Seth, she needed to hold on to something. The entertaining milestones did not end there, Seth’s marriage proposal was very much on-brand for the comedian. Seth narrated the episode and said that Lauren was in the closet, changing, and he had already started to propose.
Wedding of Lauren Miller:
After Miller said yes to Rogen, they ate buffalo wings and watched “Top Chef” together. On October 2, 2011, they got married in Sonoma, California. Miller and Rogen had a glitzy wedding about a year later. The event was arranged on a hilltop at Kunde Estate in Sonoma. They were married in a Jewish ceremony by a female rabbi. Star guests included pals Jonah Hill, Paul Rudd, Judd Apatow, and Adam Sandler. A source said that the wedding was comical, saying that every other line was a joke, and the crew could not contain their laughter.
Life after marriage
In an interview in 2012, Miller credited Rogen as being her inspiration. When discussing her debut in screenwriting, “For A Good Time, Call…”, Miller touched on her relationship with Seth, saying that being there to see his career become so flourishing was inspirational and encouraged her to write her film. Miller said that she does not know anyone who works harder than her husband. She further added that her husband is incredibly dedicated and always does things with a smile. Hence, Seth Rogen always has a good time. That was incredible for Miller to learn from. She feels lucky that she has someone she lives with who inspires her and pushes her.
Invested in Charity
In 2012, Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller started Hilarity for Charity to raise money for Alzheimer’s. Rogen and Miller started Hilarity for Charity in tribute of Lauren’s mother, who was suffering from Alzheimer’s in her 50s. In his 2014 composition for Glamour, Rogen stated as a part of a family dealing with this thing changes his day-to-day life hugely. He said that the disheartening thing about Alzheimer’s is you cannot do anything. But just being there, seeing it take place, was emotionally atrocious. So, they started Hilarity for Charity to build awareness and raise money for research.
Secrets that make their marriage work
In February 2016, they shared their secrets to making marriage work. At the 2016 Unite4: Humanity event, Rogen and Miller shared their tip for making their relationship work. Miller told Entertainment Tonight that they watch a lot of television. Rogen said that if their relationship works, the only thing that they do is watch a lot of television. Thus, he guesses he will have to credit it to that.
They were ready for kids
In August 2018, Rogen said they were “open” to having kids. Seth discussed the idea of beginning a family with Miller. He said they were “open” to it, and known as “an active discussion,” and he thinks he will be excellent at it. Seth said they like the lifestyle they have. They stared at each other a lot and were like, if they had kids, they could not be doing what they are doing right now. Rogen stated that many people try to persuade the couple to have kids and said that while he praises that other people love being parents, he is very much at peace with his decision not to be one.
A mutual decision not to have children
In 2021, Seth Rogen opened up about not planning for kids, a choice he and his wife had made. Both are married for more than a decade and are completely on the same page. They are content with the entertaining life they are living currently and are convinced that they would not get the same amount of pleasure with the kids’ responsibility. Seth thinks no child would offer him and his wife as much delight as they are getting at present.
In a talk with The Howard Stern Show, Rogen said that he and his wife had made a mutual decision not to have children. He highlighted how he gets time for his professional life and hobbies because of his choice. He further added that you could do pottery, write a book, and make movies after having kids. According to the actor, the world has enough people and does not need more. There are enough kids out there.
They believe kids can be hard on the relationship
Seth Rogen wife came to know from their close associates that kids can be hard on a relationship. Convinced they can overcome it, they merely do not want to change their present dynamic and are not looking to have their minds changed. After being married for more than ten years, Seth initially found it hard to admit his desire not to have children. But, he now feels he is all set to be open about it.
Hilarity for Charity
Hilarity for Charity hosts support groups for family members born out of Lauren’s experience. The association reaches out to caregivers via social media and through partnerships with other Alzheimer’s-associated organizations. Several caregivers are referred to the support groups and care-grant program by friends and family, too. There is always an uptick in interest when they promote Hilarity for Charity in interviews or on social platforms.
Since the pandemic’s beginning, Hilarity for Charity has increased its grants and expanded its support group availability by fifty-five percent. Lauren says that it has been hard for caregivers. Even people who had relief before the pandemic might not be getting it much anymore, and so many people cannot visit their loved ones in care centers. This is not a disease that can be faced unaccompanied, and these days people are spending a lot of time alone, so she wanted to make sure everyone feels as supported as they can be.
Importance of Hilarity for Charity
Hilarity for Charity has a comedy special currently streaming on Netflix. The charity also has taken its popular live benefits online and has raised more than $325,000. Events like these are the largest single source of revenue for HFC; other financial support comes from foundations, individual donations, and corporate partnerships. Besides providing caregiver grants and support groups, HFC funds education and research about lifelong brain health. Some research says that one in three cases of Alzheimer’s may be stopped by adopting brain-healthy habits. Lauren says she tries her best to live a brain-healthy life. She works out daily and tracks her sleep to be sure to get enough. She limits the amount of sugar and always tries to learn new things and challenge her brain. She and Rogen have taken up pottery, including making their glazes. It is essentially like a chemistry class. She also recently inherited her great-grandmother’s piano, and is slowly relearning to play an instrument she hasn’t touched since she was 12.
Seth Rogen wife, Lauren Miller acknowledged that her family was fortunate to have the resources to offer care for her mother. But for maximum families, this is not the case. Accordingly, one of the key missions of Hilarity for Charity is to support caregivers who are not as fortunate fiscally. In the earlier nine years, the organization has raised more than $13 million for Alzheimer’s, and honoured more than 300,000 hrs of in-home care relief to Alzheimer’s family caregivers in addition to hosting virtual support groups, and the accessible method they used long before the pandemic pushed more people to assemble online. Lauren says that the charity’s driving force will carry on to be teaching people how to care for the health of their brains today, so they can decrease their risk tomorrow.