Oscar Winner Adrien Brody Is Narrator in Award-Winning Documentary "Who Will Write Our History"

Oscar Winner Adrien Brody Is Narrator in Award-Winning Documentary "Who Will Write Our History"

Oscar-winning actor Adrien Brody is featured as one of the narrators in the award-winning documentary, "Who Will Write Our History" / Photo by:  U.S. Consulate Vladivostok via Flickr


Adrien Brody is among Hollywood's prolific and talented actors. The Oscar-winning entertainer impressed the world's audiences with his prize-winning performance in the 2002 historical drama film, "The Pianist."

Brody bagged the Academy Award for Best Actor for his outstanding acting in the movie by Roman Polanski at merely 29 years old, making him the youngest movie performer to win in that category, as per the report posted online by Khabarhub English News, a news service provider based in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Brody is also featured in the award-winning documentary, "Who Will Write Our History," according to the news published online by The Jewish Voice, a weekly-based publication in New York City. He serves as a narrator in the presentation together with three-time Academy Award nominee Joan Allen.

The feature documentary tells the true story of historian Emanuel Ringelblum, and his secret organization known by the code name Oyneg Shabes. The latter is composed of scholars, journalists, and community leaders who decided to combat the Nazi regime responsible for sealing 450,000 Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto in late 1940.

Together, Ringelblum and his team vowed to beat Nazi propaganda and false information through journalism. Brody was also recently spotted in Nepal. 

Entertainment media journalists reported that the Hollywood star was trekking in the Everest Base Camp. This moment is reportedly his second visit to the nation, after arriving in 2015 for the first time.

The critically acclaimed Hollywood celebrity shared images of himself during his latest visit to Nepal on his Instagram account with the handle, @adrienbrody, where he has more than 420,000 followers.

Brody, who also appeared in movies like "King Kong," "The Darjeeling Limited," "Predators," and "The Grand Budapest Hotel," posted a selfie of himself while on tour.

In the social media post, the 46-year-old New York-born actor appears to be standing in front of a black helicopter. He captioned his image by writing, "The adventure begins #himalayas."

At the time of writing, Brody's picture has already garnered more than 52,800 "likes" in the popular photo and video-sharing social media platform.