Timothy Simons (‘Veep’), Sacha Baron Cohen (‘Who Is America?), Henry Winkler (‘Barry’), Don Cheadle (‘Black Monday’), Jim Carrey (‘Kidding’), and Ted Danson (‘The Good Place’) join Close Up with The Hollywood Reporter for this season’s FULL, uncensored Comedy Actors Roundtable.

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25 thoughts on “Comedy Actors Roundtable: Sacha Baron Cohen, Jim Carrey, Don Cheadle & More | Close Up

  1. Our Canadian homeboy. Yes, a famous actor/comedian BUT, I am most impressed by his depth and vulnerability. One of the best things I ever watched him in was his commencement speech at Maharishi University. It is extremely powerful and moving. His humor in this speech is indeed what opens the door to every soul he proceeds to penetrate with his wealth of insight and humility. Ironically, as much as he has grown, as funny as he can be, you may sometimes catch a glimpse of a deep seated pain that appears to introspectively keep him in check. A very interesting man!

  2. I’d love to meet Jim Carrey and learn about who he really is. I haven’t seen anyone who acts or works with such passion. I feel exactly the same way, I use music to express my emotions. Jim isn’t famous he’s just a person who cares and shows people that you can be happy, through his pain.

  3. Jim Carrey is a great talent, but the number of times he interrupts Don Cheadle is unacceptable.

  4. Jim: "…I act because I'm broken." – I stopped watching here. Can't tolerate this new attention seeking, self pitying, "spiritual", fake Jim Carrey. I loved the old guy. He was as enlightened as a human can be.

  5. Has Don Cheadle ever made anyone laugh? How is he a Comedy actor, Like her or not but anyone who asks a Co actor not to touch him during an interview has to be a little bitch.

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