From Doctor Who to Smithy, the Royle Family and Borat, a look back at the funniest moments and best sketches from Red Nose Day down the years.
The "Borat" star says he couldn't have made his Globe-winning comedy without Trump. Elsewhere, "Nomadland" helmer Zhao became only the second woman to win Best Director and honorees Norman Lear and Jane Fonda brought down the house.
Cohen earned nominations for "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm" and "The Trial of the Chicago 7."
Roy Moore, the US politician and former chief justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama, is suing Sacha Baron Cohen for defamation.
Those who found Sacha Baron Cohen's excruciating Who Is America? too painful to watch can relax... there will be no season two.
Sacha Baron Cohen made the mankini famous when he donned a lime green version for his portrayal of the titular character in comedy movie Borat. Sacha Baron Cohen made the mankini famous when he wore the outfit in comedy film Borat. Sacha – who is married to Isla Fisher – wrote on Facebook: “To my Czech mates who were arrested.
Oasis rocker Liam Gallagher was reportedly left red-faced when local media confused him for Sacha Baron Cohen’s football hooligan alter ego Nobby Grimsby at Cannes Film Festival. Liam was in town to showcase the new Oasis documentary ‘Supersonic’ and a source explained to the Daily Star: “It got a little embarrassing. Liam was in town to show his new Oasis documentary but a lot of the press here simply didn’t recognise him.
The actress and husband Sacha Baron Cohen recently screen 'The Brothers Grimsby' for the family of reality stars.
Sacha Baron Cohen was told not to present an award as Ali G by Oscars bosses. Speaking to ITV’s This Morning, Sacha said: “The truth is we actually had to sneak it in because the Oscars sat me down before and said they didn’t want me to do anything out of order. Sacha also confessed he was nervous about some of the more close to the knuckle gags he had in mind, so ran his act via awards host Chris Rock first.
Playing uber-camp Austrian Brüno seems to still be having an effect in his creator Sacha Baron Cohen. The comic, whose latest film Grimsby features his beer-swilling football fanatic Liam Gallagher-a-like character Nobby, has quipped he’s “23 per cent gay” despite being married to ex-Home And Away beauty Isla Fisher.
By Mary Gallagher Grimsby star Sacha Baron Cohen has revealed to Yahoo Celeb that his pretty partner has er, got fresh with each of his madcap characters. That’s definitely commitment Isla. But who did the former Home & Away star like being naughty with the best? Weirdly NOT sex god Borat but camp menace Austrian Bruno apparently. Yes, really.
Over the last few years Ed Sheeran has become pretty good pals with actor Sacha Baron Cohen, who has made a name for himself through controversial characters including Borat and Bruno. Now the red-haired singer has showcased his support for the star by refusing to release his new song ‘Brother’s Blood’, or making it available to download or stream so that fans can only hear it when it appears in Sacha’s new film 'Grimsby’. Speaking about the two’s friendship, a source told The Sun: “Sacha and Ed have become big pals over the past few years.
Sacha Baron Cohen has laid into a string of English celebrities from Kate Winslet to Chris Martin, Liam Gallagher, Wayne Rooney, David Beckham, One Direction and Ed Sheeran. Sacha, 44, slagged off the stars while being interviewed as his new film character Nobby Butcher – a lager-swilling football obsessive who will make his cinema debut in Grimsby, which gets its world premiere tonight in London.
Sacha Baron Cohen and wife Isla Fisher have made a huge show of support for Syrian refugees by donating $1 million to victims.
It has been reported that Sacha Baron Cohen and his wife, Isla Fisher, have donated a huge amount of money to charity to protect Syrian children from the threat of a measles outbreak. The famous couple have apparently donated more than £670,000 to charity over the festive season. It is thought that Sacha and Isla gave a generous $500,000 (£336,000) to The Sunday Times Christmas Appeal to help protect 250,000 children from a measles outbreak in Syria with their donation going towards vaccinations administered by Save The Children.