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Isla Fisher: Born in 1976 to Scottish
parents in the Middle Eastern country of Oman, her family moved to Australia in
the early 1980s. From a young age Isla showed an interest in both acting and
writing. At nine years old she was appearing in Australian TV commercials. She
landed some small parts in the Australian TV series "Bay Cove" (1993) (aka "Bay
City"). This led to a bigger part in the series "Paradise Beach" (1993). When
that show ended she landed a role in the long-running Australian soap opera
"Home and Away" (1988). While working on that show she indulged in another of
her passions, writing, and published two best-selling novels, "Seduced By Fame"
and "Bewitched". In 1997 she was picked by the readers of FHM magazine as #35 on
the list of the "100 Sexiest Women in the World", and in 2003 she placed 26th.
Her red hair
Raised in Australia, currently lives in England.
Is a natural redhead but wore a blonde wig for Scooby-Doo (2002) because Sarah Michelle Gellar was supposed to be the only redhead in the film.
Was once engaged to Darren Day.
Despite being born in Oman, an Arab country, both of her parents are Scottish.
Her first job was as a lottery ad extra. She was so excited that she hyperventilated for four hours and nearly fainted.
Her mother is a romance novelist.
Engaged to "Da Ali G Show" (2000) star Sacha Baron Cohen.
Stepsister of Conor Reid.
Grew up in Perth, Western Australia.
Her first name is pronounced Eye-Lah.
Ranked #91 on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 of 2007 list.
Daughter, Olive Cohen, was born 17 October, 2007 with fiancé Sacha Baron Cohen.
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