Seth Rogen Is Officially The Voice Of Canadian Public Transit
Canada’s public transit system Translink now uses actor Seth Rogen's voice to make announcements
The Vancouver Sun uploaded an unlisted video yesterday on YouTube showcasing how the thirty-six-year-old actor and comedian Seth Rogen is now officially the voice of the Vancouver public transit system, Translink.
In the video, Rogen explains how much of an honor it is to help enrich the lives of the Canadian people and to be the voice of Translink, a system he himself uses whenever he goes out to places like the Richmond Night Market.
Similar to the announcements you may hear on other mass transit systems, Rogen pleasantly comes over the loudspeaker saying “Hey Vancouver - it’s Seth and here’s a tip to make your transit ride even more awesome. I know your bag is probably very nice and you care deeply for it but that doesn’t mean it needs its own seat.” The Canadian-American actor also reminds people to take their feet off the seat because his mother may one day be sitting there.
Rogen, who has been the star of hit movies like Superbad, Pineapple Express, and Neighbors says that he’s “always looking to put the spotlight on Canada” mentioning Canada in a lot of his movies while playing Canadian characters.
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