Sacha Baron Cohen goes to 'extreme' lengths to avoid being recognised
Sacha Baron Cohen goes to 'extreme' lengths to avoid being recognised Sacha Baron Cohen has reportedly gone to very "extreme" lengths so as not to be recognised.
The actor is known for his bold characters, including Kazakh journalist Borat Sagdiyev and dictator Admiral General Aladeen.
His mockumentaries often rely on his ability to go undercover as he meets ordinary people.
He admitted that filming 'Who Is America?'
Made him realise he "had to do more extreme stuff" as people started to recognise his face.
So he turned to makeup and special effects designer Tony Gardner.
But the 'Bruno' star admitted he never wanted to take his looks "too far".
Explaining he's always wanted to avoid harming anyone while doing his best to see their "real thoughts".