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Seth Rogen Reveals Trademark ‘Stoner’ Laugh Is Fake: ‘It’s Just Part Of My Act’

Seth Rogen Reveals Trademark ‘Stoner’ Laugh Is Fake!
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May 28 2019, Updated 3:19 p.m. ET

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Seth Rogen has revealed his trademark “stoner” laugh is actually fake, and he just uses it to make people think he’s friendly.

The actor confessed to a fan behind the scenes of a promotional tour for his new flick Long Shot: “It’s just part of my act.”

His admission comes after years of online abuse accusing him of faking his honking laugh to make fans think he’s like his trademark on-screen laid-back stoner characters.

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A source told that “Seth is always being asked behind the scenes if his laugh is real.”

“After a recent interview, he told one fan who asked him during a private conversation that it has just become part of his nice-guy act and is put on a lot of the time for effect,” added the insider.

Online forums dedicated to slating Rogen, 37, over his laugh include one titled: “Everyone is finally sick of Seth Rogen's stupid, obviously fake stoner laugh shtick.”

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One fan wrote on the forum: “His new Netflix special is cringeworthy. So, so bad.”

A forum on Reddit also asks: “Does anybody else think Seth Rogen’s laugh is fake?” prompting remarks including: “I think it’s nervous laughter.”



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