British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen declared he believes he's being watched by the CIA after he filmed inside a secret testing room from NASA.
Cohen, 34, notable for his highly successful comedy character Ali G, creeped into a secret testing room from NASA in Cape Canaveral, Florida and took some shots for his upcoming TV series.
Now, Sacha believes he's being watched by Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), which wants to make sure he will not release some discreditable information about NASA.
Baron Cohen says, "We managed to get into this secure room and since then I have been watched whenever I travel."
Cohen shot to fame when his character Ali G started appearing on The Eleven O'Clock Show on Channel 4. "Da Ali G Show" began in 2000 and won the BAFTA for best comedy series the next year.
The show was taken to the United States in 2003, where it's aired on HBO. He has had some troubles due to the racist or prejudiced comments his characters make, but Sacha's ultimate goal is to use the prejudices and racism of people to elicit funny reactions.
Other characters created by Cohen include Borat, a television reporter from Kazakhstan with a fervent hatred of Jews and a misogynist attitude, and Bruno, a gay Austrian fashion show presenter, who often lures his subjects into unwittingly making provocative statements and engaging in embarrassing behavior.
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