Produced on February 3, 1976, in Muscat, Oman, Isla Fisher was a teen actress and novelist who afterwards turned to Hollywood movies, starring in a variety of works that contained Wedding Crashers,Definitely, Maybe and Confessions of a Shopaholic. She was later featured in two success summer 2013 launches: The Great Gatsby and Now You See Me. She is married to Borat comic Sacha Baron Cohen.
Fisher finally left Australia, studying to get a time at Paris’ Jacques Lecoq International School of Theatre. She later relocated to Los Angeles with her significant other, provocateur Sacha Baron Cohen, who motivated Fisher to work in comedy too.
In the U.S. she began to develop her big screen career, making her movie debut as Shaggy’s girlfriend in Scooby Doo (2002). Other jobs followed like David O. Russell’s existential comedy I Heart Huckabees (2004).
Fisher, who’s a huge fan of British comedies, was becoming a known thing on the Hollywood map, yet lamented there not being more accessible parts for performers working in comedy. “Lots of things I did not do,” she said in a 2009 Entertainment Weekly interview. “Lots of not amusing ‘girlfriend’ characters in quite commercial films. That was frustrating.” However, she noted that more pictures soon became accessible that emphasized girls in comedy, as seen with her 2011 movie Bachelorette, costarring Rebel Wilson and Kirsten Dunst.
Following the 2008 intimate appearance Undoubtedly, Perhaps, Fisher got her first movie role as lead with 2009’s Confessions of a Shopaholic, created by Jerry Bruckheimer and accommodated from the Sophie Kinsella novel. Fisher has done cartoon work also over time, with voiceover characters in Horton Hears a Who (2008), Rango (2011) and Rise of the Guardians (2012).
Then in summer time of 2013, the celebrity got two international hits, both more serious dramatic fare: the ensemble job Now You See Me, where she played a magician escape artist, and Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, where she described beleaguered lover Myrtle Washington.
In 2010, Fisher and Cohen wed in private in a Jewish service sans media hoopla, having a little band of friends attending the Parisian nuptials. The couple got two daughters.