The 49-year-old Sacha Baron Cohen is a British actor, writer, producer and comedian. He officially revealed in an interview published recently. That he is retiring from his controversial character, Borat Sagdiyev. Cohen says it has become too dangerous now.
He will not be continuing on with his character for another film in the ‘Borat’ franchise in the future. Cohen made a record in recent Golden Globes Award 2020 nominations for The Trial of the Chicago. And Borat Subsequent Moviefilm which are his 2020 films in the category of Best Male Actor.
Sacha Baron Cohen: Reveals his Retirement from ‘Borat’
Cohen said that a lot of times he had to put on a bullet vest to go and shoot scenes so many times in his lif. And he was lucky to get out this time so he is not doing it again. On the decision to end films he admits that he gets little to no sleep ahead of the shooting scene. That put his life in a harmful way as like he attended the right rally in the 2020 sequel.
He fears for the safety of his family and for himself and also he will definitely miss the role. But he have the responsibility with his family. Cohen always received death threats and he wants to keep his wife and children from trouble.
Cohen starred in Borat which first released in 2006 as the Kazakhstani television reporte. Who travels throughout US to make a documentary. The film features all about the real life interactions with American citizens.
He repeated the character for 2020, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm and Maria Bakalova as his daughter Tutor. Other than Borat Cohen’s movies include Les Miserables, Hugo, Madagascar Series, Bruno etc.
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