Lauren Miller stopped by “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” Thursday night and talked about life with husband Seth Rogen and how their first date ended in literal disaster.

“He’s amazing, he’s my favorite human in the whole world,” the 36-year-old actress-director said of her hubby. “He’s funny, he’s sweet, you know, I feel very lucky every day.”

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Miller, who appeared in “Superbad”, the 2007 comedy co-written by Rogen and partially based on his childhood, told Fallon that the pair met at a party through a mutual friend, and while nothing particularly exciting happened that night, their first date involved a major car accident.

“The night of our first date, we went and played mini-golf and then got in a major car accident on a freeway.

“A 16-year-old had stolen his dad’s car and hit us. He drove off and we spun across three lanes of traffic. He totalled his car, my roommate had to come drive him home, and that was our first date.”

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Elsewhere on the show, Miller talked about her and her husband’s nonprofit movement Hilarity for Charity, which aims to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s disease. She explained that since the charity started, they’ve raised over $10 million.

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Miller also promoted her directorial debut movie “Like Father”, which stars Rogen, as well as Kristen Bell and Kelsey Grammar. The comedy is about a woman who is forced to bond with her estranged father on a cruise after she is left at the altar.

Watch the interview in the video above.