Sacha Baron Cohen
"I'll never look at those slightly bloody hair follicles the same way again."
Una entrevistadora (blanca) creyendo que una persona morena es morena porque se fue a la playa...
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My Mom And I Watched All Of The Oscars Best Supporting Actor Nominees, And We 100% Agree On A Winner
LaKeith Stanfield from Judas and the Black Messiah should’ve been nominated for Best Actor instead, but I digress.
"If the president's lawyer found what he did there appropriate behavior, then heaven knows what he's done with other female journalists in hotel rooms."
*Borat voice* Very nice.
He's giving her to "someone close to the throne."
"Look, I heard I was getting International Artist of the Year award. I'm gonna show up."
Moore is suing Cohen for defamation over a prank interview in which the comedian waved a wand over Moore that Cohen said could detect sex offenders. Moore lost in court Monday over where the case should be heard.
Roy Moore Is Suing Sacha Baron Cohen For $95 Million For Tricking Him Into Appearing On "Who Is America?"
In the episode, Cohen, in the guise of an Israeli anti-terrorism expert, performed a “pedophile detector” test on Moore by scanning a device over him that then beeped.
Former Sheriff David Clarke Told Sacha Baron Cohen It's Wrong To "Pick Sides" Between Fascists And Anti-Fascists
On the latest episode of Who Is America?, the former Milwaukee County sheriff explained how he would have dealt with anti-fascist protesters in 1930s Germany.
"I may have to say yes," the former Maricopa County sheriff said when asked if he would accept oral sex from the president in the latest episode of Who Is America?
Georgia lawmaker Jason Spencer resigned Tuesday after prompting outrage over his appearance on an episode of Sacha Baron Cohen's new show Who Is America?
People Are Calling For A Republican Politician To Resign After He Said The N-Word And Exposed His Butt
Georgia lawmaker Jason Spencer repeatedly yelled the slur during the taping of Sacha Baron Cohen's Showtime series Who Is America?
Cohen — a consummate troll himself — is a perfect foil to the current political climate of grift and trolling.
"Our Founding Fathers did not put an age limit on the Second Amendment."
Spoiler alert: Celebs haven't aged since 2007!
Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and the filmmaking team behind Sausage Party talk with BuzzFeed News about the 10 years it took to make the first-ever R-rated CG animated movie about a lesbian taco, a Jewish bagel, and an evil literal douche.
"We’d like to know how such tasteless and offensive skits could have happened," their letter reads.
Sacha Baron Cohen sets aside the cringe-stunt comedy to satirize a British icon.
This is what happens when you ask Sacha Baron Cohen to do impressions of celebrities.
Gabourey Sidibe appears on film's poster but is the only starring actor not named.
It was a star-studded evening full of glitz and glamour.
This is one hell of a Valentine's date.
Le don pourrait «sauver des milliers de vies» selon Justin Forsynth, le PDG de l'organisation Save the Children.
The donation could "save thousands of lives," Save The Children CEO Justin Forsynth said.
The sequel to 2010's Alice in Wonderland will hit cinemas in May 2016.
Le photographe Mark Seliger a pris des clichés Instagram des stars Hollywoodiennes lors de la soirée Vanity Fair.
Johnny Knoxville scored with a $32 million debut of Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, but where does he rank among today's best comedy stars?
"It's not much of a leap to go from firing people to firing squads," Sacha Baron Cohen says of Mitt Romney.
The General weighs in on frequent flyer miles, Rihanna, and Ryan Seacrest.
If you became a the leader of an entire country at the tender age of seven, you might be a little crazy, too.
Oh Sacha Baron Cohen. Love him or hate him, he certainly creates characters that stick in our collective brain.
BuzzFeed is proud to showcase the many athletic achievements of the leader of the Republic of Wadiya. Buzzfeed is in no way being coerced or held against their will until they praise the glory of his name.
The director of Raging Bull and The Departed hops on the 3D bandwagon with this Tim Burton-y kids' movie.
Comedy about a Kazakh television journalist's adventures in America.