Birmingham-born comic will front satirical news programme on Sunday evenings
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Friday 06 April 2012
There's a common misconception that Martin Scorsese's most compelling films only deal with the Mob, but three of his finest – After Hours, The King of Comedy and The Age of Innocence – barely have a hoodlum in sight.
Saturday 24 March 2012
Spoof from Baron Cohen's film played by mistake at medal ceremony
Saturday 25 February 2012
Sacha Baron Cohen is threatening to hijack the glitziest film show on earth before it has begun, as his latest comedy creation warned of "unimaginable consequences" if the organisers of the Oscars banned him from the ceremony.
Thursday 23 February 2012
And the first big winner at this weekend’s Academy Awards is... Sacha Baron Cohen. The British comedian won’t be getting within a country mile of a golden statuette, of course, but that hasn’t prevented him from already managing to successfully hijack Sunday’s event for PR purposes.
Sunday 22 January 2012
'Workmanlike' Kazakhstani next as British No 1 gathers momentum at Australian Open
Saturday 07 May 2011
Tuesday 05 April 2011
From casual violence to genocide, acts of cruelty can be traced back to how the perpetrator identifies with other people, argues psychologist Simon Baron-Cohen. Is he right?
Friday 18 March 2011
Adam Deacon made his film debut parodying hoodie culture as a member of Sacha Baron Cohen ’s hapless “East Staines Massiv” in Ali G Indahouse. But unlike Baron Cohen and Ali’s absurd suburban crew, Deacon is from an inner city neighbourhood where violent street gangs are a reality.
Tuesday 08 March 2011
A minor league player has been sent off for wrestling a pitch invader dressed as UK comic Sacha Baron Cohen's faux-documentary character "Borat" to the ground.
Friday 21 January 2011
Sacha Baron Cohen is to portray a Saddam Hussein-inspired character in a new movie.
Friday 10 December 2010
An MP from Kazakhstan has demanded that action be taken against the comedian Sacha Baron Cohen because his fictional Kazakh character Borat still causes his countrymen to suffer "pain in their hearts".
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