She's still a relative newcomer to the silver screen -- her breakout appearance in 2005's "Wedding Crashers" was only her fourth major film role -- but her good looks and fearless comedic instincts have Isla Fisher primed for a long career.
Often referred to as an Australian actress, Fisher was actually born in Oman (to Scottish parents, no less), and if she comes across as not as fame-crazed as some of her peers, it's perhaps because she took the long way around to an acting career -- in fact, she started out as an author. (An author of teen romance novels, but hey, when was the last time you wrote a book?)
These days, Fisher's also in the news because of her relationship with Sacha Baron Cohen, otherwise known as Borat, guerrilla comedy pioneer, box-office conqueror, and Academy Award nominee. Of course, if she keeps up her current pace -- her 2007 projects include "The Lookout" and "Hot Rod" -- it might not be long before Isla's the better-known of the pair.
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After several delays, the Isla Fisher rom-com "Confessions of a Shopholic" is finally in theaters, and with the exception of providing a voice for the upcoming animated film "Rango," the actress' schedule is surprisingly bare.
On her taste in men:
"I always liked Elvis Presley when I was younger -- I told anyone who would listen that I was going to marry that man. I didn't realize then that he had died."
On Nicole Kidman:
"She's a mum in her thirties with slag's hair. Look at all that frizzy shit! She thinks she's a girl."
On her wedding plans:
"I think we'll do it like Britney and just go to Vegas...That could be fun."