Who is Jeanise Jones (Got Fame Over Night) Wiki, Bio, Age, Net Worth, Instagram, Twitter & More Facts

Jeanise Jones

Jeanise Jones Wiki – Bio

Jeanise Jones is the Oklahoma grandmother who gained fame overnight when Sacha Baron Cohen appeared as a babysitter in the new Borat movie that premiered on Amazon Prime on October 23.

According to Jones’ pastor, Jones was chosen from the church to participate in a documentary. Jones was not informed that everything is satire and that the young girl named “Tutar” is actually 24-year-old actress Maria Bakalova. Jones told the New York Post that when the movie trailer was released, he learned it was a cheat and felt “betrayed” because he was really worried for Tutar’s well-being.

Jones got a small amount for his role on Borat. However, his pastor felt that Jones deserved more as the “moral compass” of the movie, and launched a GoFundMe campaign on his behalf. As of this writing, the campaign has raised over $ 50,000.

Jeanise Jones Documentary

Jones says she genuinely believes she is mentoring a young girl facing severe circumstances. she had never seen Borat’s original movie and was unaware that Cohen and Bakalova were actors, Oklahoman reported.

Jones explained to the New York Post that “Tutar” was convinced that his father was planning to marry his daughter to a rich old man. “I feel like you are from the Third World and this kind of thing happens where they sell women.”

Jones was brought in as a voice of mind capable of educating “Amount” on his rights. “They told me it’s a documentary to understand that this young lady has rights and can do anything a man can do,” she told the Jones Post.

In the movie, Jones first meets “Tutar” when “Borat” brings his daughter to Jones’ house. A ball and chain of “Amount” apparently shocked Jones brought him down. After leaving “Borat” she gained weight.

In the next scenes, Jones explains to “Amount” that most of what “Borat” said about women is not true. Jones shows “Amount” that women can drive and discourages her from having plastic surgery. In this clip, Jones tells “Tutar” that she is a beautiful young lady and does not need to change anything about herself; Jones also encourages him to go to school and “use his brain” because “his father is a liar.”

Why Jeanise Jones was worried about Tutor

Jones worried about “The Amount” for several months after filming finished. According to Oklahoman pastor Reverend Derrick Scobey, Jones asked her to “Hold” and pray with her for the girl’s family. “They all really thought she was in trouble,” Scobey said.

Scobey explained that although Borat was satire in his GoFundMe campaign, he was completely himself when he interacted with Jones’ accusation:

Jones told the New York Post that he wished the Borat producers had informed him earlier about the true nature of the film. She added, “We were up there praying for her and asking God to help her and we were doing what we thought was Christian.”

Why Jeanise Jones Lost Her Job Due to the Coronavirus

Jones told the New York Post that the filmmakers paid her about $ 3,600 for his role in the film. The scenes with “Amount” were shot in Oklahoma. The production then flew to Washington with Jones and shot the next scene with Cohen that aired towards the end of the movie.

Jones’s pastor shared on his GoFundMe page that Jones lost his job due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to his LinkedIn profile, Jones previously worked as a damage inspector for Reserve National Insurance Company. Oklahoman added that Jones had been in the insurance business for over thirty years, but “worked as a receptionist at a subway information center” before the pandemic.

According to Scobey, Jones has three children and six grandchildren. A study of online real estate registries shows that Jones has lived in Oklahoma City since at least the late 1980s.

 

Jeanise Jones Addressed in a video for GoFundMe Page

In a video update shared on the GoFundMe page, Jones reached out to viewers to share his appreciation to everyone who had donated. He repeatedly reiterated that the online fundraising campaign had been his pastor’s idea and that he was the one who launched it.

Off-camera, Scobey is heard explaining that all the money raised was going directly to Jones. He joked with Jones, “I’m not taking your money!” On a more serious note, Scobey adds that Jones is the type of person who “would never ask anyone for a penny.” He said online fundraising provides a tangible way for people who appreciated his uplifting role in Borat to say thank you.

On the page, Scobey hinted that Jones and other church members weren’t angry at the deception of the movie producers. He wrote: “The joke is ours / Jeanise and that is not a problem.” He added: “I would be remiss if I didn’t thank Sacha Cohen Baron and Monica Levinson (producer) for casting Jeanise in this film.”

But Scobey also feels that Cohen owes Jones an apology. He told the New York Post, “I would love to see him, if nothing else, on a Zoom call in a very cheery way, ‘We’re sorry we made him one. Scobey also said that he felt Jones deserved more compensation from the filmmakers for his participation.

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