The United States may remain divided, but Jimmy Kimmel won Tuesday’s late-night war with ease.
Sacha Baron Cohen brought back Borat on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" to rub elbows with L.A. Trump supporters and even tried his own brand of voter suppression.
Retired U.S. Rep. Barney Frank walked out on an interview with Sacha Baron Cohen as Cohen tried to prove the conspiracy theory that Hillary Clinton ran a child trafficking ring.
On "Who Is America?," Sacha Baron Cohen persuaded a food critic to eat what Cohen told him was a former Chinese dissident and then to thank the family of the "donor."
Roy Moore ended an interview after a device that Sacha Baron Cohen said could detect sex offenders continued to go off whenever it came near the former Senate candidate.
Sacha Baron Cohen tricked former Vice President Dick Cheney into signing a "waterboard kit" and offered it on eBay, with proceeds going to Amnesty International.
According to Washington, D.C.’s Warrior One Guns & Ammo store owner Norris Sweidan, Sacha Baron Cohen failed to trick him — and Sweidan has the footage to prove it.
Sacha Baron Cohen’s secret Showtime series “Who Is America?” roped in 1 million total viewers on Sunday, accounting for audiences from its first airing, some encores, as well as streaming and on-demand tune-in. On linear TV alone, the sneak peek of “Who Is America?” at midnight ET/9 p.m. PT (Saturday) received 222,000 viewers. Whether one considers the 1 million mark, the sneak peek sum, or the time slot premiere to be the true measurement of the show’s initial success (or failure), it was a pretty slow start for “Who Is America?” While those are nowhere near “Homeland” numbers, Showtime says they are pretty much in line with some of its other Sunday series.
"Baron Cohen did not present himself as a disabled veteran, and viewers nationwide who watched the premiere on Sunday can now attest to that,” Showtime said.
Former U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh (R.-Ill.) issued a mea culpa after his appearance on Sacha Baron Cohen’s new Showtime series “Who Is America?” in which he touts a fictitious government program to put guns in the hands of 4-year-olds. A segment in the premiere episode that aired Saturday had Baron Cohen’s character — an Israeli former soldier named Col. Erran Morad — pitching the idea of arming children, or as he referred to it, Kinderguardians. Sunday morning, Walsh was called out on his statement by many, including National Security lawyer Bradely P. Moss, who asked in a tweet, “‘Kinderguardians’?
Sacha Baron Cohen blasted pro-gun advocates in the first episode of his new series, “Who is America,” mostly by just letting them talk on camera, and goading them on. Playing an Israeli former soldier named Col. Erran Morad, Baron Cohen discussed gun control with a number of pro-gun advocates, and got them to go all-in on advocating arming toddlers. Baron Cohen started with Virginia Citizens Defense League President Philip Van Cleave, with whom he discussed the idea of arming children.
Sarah Palin calls Sacha Baron Cohen "a proven liar," escalating their war of words ahead of the premiere of the comedian's Showtime series.
Happy seventh wedding anniversary, Isla Fisher and Sacha Baron Cohen! The duo met in 2002 and got married on March 15, 2010. They have three adorable children together. Isla said of her movie career, “Family is 100 percent my top priority. I’m much more comfortable doing supporting roles.”