Seth Rogen Is Now the Voice of Toronto's Transit System

The takeover of Canada's transit is in full swing
Seth Rogen Is Now the Voice of Toronto's Transit System
Seth Rogen may have found a new side hustle after being named as the voice of Vancouver's transit system last week, and it appears that the Toronto Transit Commission might be looking to get a piece of the action. 

UPDATE (07/31, 1:53 p.m. EDT) Rogen has voiced 12 messages that will play throughout the TTC subway system starting today, informing riders about priority seating, blocking doors and more. You can hear the recordings here.

TTC executive director of Corporate & Customer Communications Brad Ross posted a photo of Rogen and himself to Twitter today, with the pair sporting some TTC station swag next to a microphone. 

"What is fellow Canadian and public transit user @Sethrogen doing posing for a selfie with me — in a #TTC Bloor-Yonge ball cap, no less?," Ross wrote. "Stay tuned!" Ross told CityNews that there would be "more tomorrow" surrounding the studio sesh between Rogen and himself, but plenty of Toronto transit riders have begun weighing in on what the actor's voice could mean for the transit system. Others suggested that the TTC choose a voice with stronger ties to Toronto, floating names Mike Myers, Jim Carrey, Will Arnett, Jay Baruchel, Alessia Cara, Margaret Atwood, Rush's Geddy Lee and Tommy Chong. Rogen's transit success has also led Vancouverites to want Nathan Fielder in charge of voicing announcements for the city's airport.