Ali G, whose real name is Sacha Baron Cohen, has duped dozens of public figures from England and the United States on his Channel 4 "Da Ali G" show, including former CIA Director James Woolsey and astronaut Buzz Aldron, the Daily Mail and The Sun reported.
Wood, a well-known comic who did not know she was taking part in a "fake" interview, said Ali G's brand of humor is "horrible."
"With so many good writers and performers, it's a shame people can't write a script and have other people learn it. It's all got to be done by duping. It's horrible -- like laughing at lunatics," Wood told Radio Times.
Wood has put her stand-up career on hold and is about to star in a West End musical version of her spoof soap opera "Acorn Antiques."
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