Co-wrote the comedy "The Night Before."
Co-wrote and directed the pilot for TV adaptation of the cult comic series Preacher for AMC.
Directed the comedy "The Interview," which depicts a humorously ridiculous plot to assassinate North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. The film was briefly stalled from being released due to threats from the North Korean government.
Made his directorial debut with Seth Rogen on "This is the End."
Co-wrote the comedy "The Watch."
Co-wrote the hockey themed comedy "Goon" with Jay Baruchel.
Co-produced the comedy-drama "50/50."
Co-wrote "Homer the Whopper," the opening episode for the 20th season of "The Simpsons."
Co-wrote the action comedy "Pineapple Express."
Co-wrote and executive produced "Superbad."
Executive produced the comedy "Knocked Up".
Landed his first television job as writer on "Da Ali G Show."
Met creative partner Seth Rogen when they were both attending Hebrew school together, and produced a first draft of their hit "Superbad" while they were still students.
Cites "Spaceballs" (1987) and "The Big Lebowski" (1998) as major influences on his career in comedy.
Appears in an uncredited cameo with his wife at the end of "This is the End."
Co-owns the The Gravy Train Poutinerie, a Los Angeles-based food truck that serves poutine, the popular Canadish dish.
Taught aquatic fitness prior to making a career as a writer-producer.