Actor | Writer | Producer
During an "All Things Considered" interview in 2004, Baron Cohen told NPR's Robert Siegel that he wrote his Cambridge thesis on Jewish involvement in the U.S. Civil Rights movement, focusing especially on the 1964 murders of James Chaney, Andrew ...
I've been in a bizarre situation, where a country has declared me as its number-one enemy. It's inherently a comic situation. I mean, it's always risky when you don't go down the normal route. I wish I would've been there at the briefing that Bush ...
His characters often parody "gotcha journalism" as they bait the interviewee into saying a controversial remark
Sacha Noam Baron Cohen
Hammersmith, London, England, UK
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