Sacha Baron Cohen’s Oscar Vote

Sacha Baron Cohen of “Ali G” and “Borat” fame is in the public eye once again. But this time it isn’t for delivering deliciously witty repartee or a controversial comment , and he’s not being sued by foreign countries or running from outraged feminists. Rather, Baron Cohen has been asked to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Cohen will join the 6,000-member group that hands out the Oscar, the film industry’s most prestigious award.

Sacha Baron Cohen’s Oscar Vote

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