Fans have also raised over $170,000 for Jeanise Jones personally.
Fan favorite Jeanise Jones was paid only $3,600 for her role in the film.
“Kazakhstan’s nature is very nice. Its food is very nice. And its people… are some of the nicest in the world.”
The estate of Judith Dim Evans attempted to argue she didn’t know she was in a satire.
The actor/comedian speaks to the New York Times about his goals for the Borat sequel and what he learned while filming.
The film is described as “Cohen playing Borat playing Cohen.”