Funnyman Seth Rogen is probably most well known for his signature quips and his, uh, memorable laugh. He's getting notice today not because of his latest blockbuster hit comedy, but for something altogether different and totally unexpected. Rogen spoke out in Washington this week on a subject that's very personal to him, and one that affects thousands of Americans annually: Alzheimer's. He opened up as he pleaded for more awareness and treatment options, sharing details about the quick decline of his mother-in-law before she was even 60.
While the story Rogen was sharing was a tragic one, he was by no means somber in his delivery. He opened up -- as can be expected -- with some great jokes. He told everyone that he was there for two reasons, one, obviously, to talk about Alzheimer's, but the other was because he "really likes House of Cards."