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"Seth Rogen" Visits Station North

Actor impersonator turns up at Station North Arts Cafe this morning.

By John Lewis | August 4, 2014, 12:38 pm

Arts District

"Seth Rogen" Visits Station North

Actor impersonator turns up at Station North Arts Cafe this morning.

By John Lewis | August 4, 2014, 12:38 pm

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[Update: Seth Rogen tweeted us and confirmed that this, in fact, was not him:

Our apologies to Seth! We guess you have a doppelgänger in Baltimore that fooled both the owner of Station North Arts Cafe and us. Will Seth Faux-gen please come forward?]

Actor Seth Rogen turned up at Station North Arts Cafe this morning. Cafe owner Kevin Brown posted the above photo on Facebook. No word yet on what Rogen's doing in town.



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