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Also Known As: Isla Lang Fisher Died:
Born: February 3, 1976 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Oman Profession: actress

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Having been a teen sensation on nighttime soaps in her native Australia, actress Isla Fisher crossed over to U.S. shores determined to become a big screen comedienne and put herself right on track with her scene-stealing turn as a wanton bridesmaid in "Wedding Crashers" (2005). Fisher quickly established herself as a talented comedic actress worthy of note. From there, she starred alongside Jason Biggs in "Wedding Daze" (2006) and took a turn into darker corners with Scott Frank's gritty crime thriller "The Lookout" (2007). Fisher's charming turn opposite Ryan Reynolds in the surprise low-budget romantic comedy hit "Definitely, Maybe" (2008) led to her headlining role in the chick-lit based "Confessions of a Shopaholic" (2009), where her energy, sass and laser quick comic timing confirmed what everyone saw in "Wedding Crashers." Fisher's feisty performances heralded the arrival of a fresh new talent.

Having been a teen sensation on nighttime soaps in her native Australia, actress Isla Fisher crossed over to U.S. shores determined to become a big screen comedienne and put herself right on track with her scene-stealing turn as a wanton bridesmaid in "Wedding Crashers" (2005). Fisher quickly established herself as a talented comedic actress worthy of note. From there, she starred alongside Jason Biggs in "Wedding Daze" (2006) and took a turn into darker corners with Scott Frank's gritty crime thriller "The Lookout" (2007). Fisher's charming turn opposite Ryan Reynolds in the surprise low-budget romantic comedy hit "Definitely, Maybe" (2008) led to her headlining role in the chick-lit based "Confessions of a Shopaholic" (2009), where her energy, sass and laser quick comic timing confirmed what everyone saw in "Wedding Crashers." Fisher's feisty performances heralded the arrival of a fresh new talent.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Beach Bum, The (2018)
2.
 Starling, The (2018)
3.
 Tag (2018)
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 Dressmaker, The (2016)
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 Klown Forever (2015)
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 Life of Crime (2014)
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1993:
Appeared on the Australian TV dramas "Bay Cove" and "Paradise Beach"
2003:
Co-starred with Jeff Goldblum and Selma Blair in the artsy drama "Dallas 362"
2004:
Landed small role in the existential film "I Heart Huckabees"
1994:
Played the seductive Shannon Reed on long-running Australian soap opera "Home and Away"
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Began appearing in Australian TV commercials at nine years old
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Born in the Arabian country of Oman
2008:
Cast as a dippy free spirit opposite Ryan Reynolds in "Definitely, Maybe"
1999:
Co-starred with Keira Knightley in a miniseries adaptation of "Oliver Twist" (PBS)
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Enrolled in Paris' prestigious acting school Ecole Jacques Lecoq
2009:
Played lead in feature adaptation "Confessions of a Shopaholic"
2002:
Played Mary Jane in live action adaptation of "Scooby-Doo"
2001:
Starred in German horror flick "Swimming Pool"
2003:
Cast in Australian comedy "The Wannabes"
2007:
Co-starred with Joseph Gordon-Levitt in crime thriller "The Lookout"
2007:
Played Andy Samberg's love interest in the comedy "Hot Rod"
2008:
Voiced an eccentric Whoville scientist in animated feature "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!"
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Moved to Australia in the 1980s
2005:
Played an overlibidinous politician's daughter opposite Vince Vaughn in the comedy "Wedding Crashers"
2011:
Voiced Beans, a desert iguana in computer-animated comedy "Rango"
2012:
Co-starred with Kirsten Dunst, Lizzy Caplan, and Rebel Wilson in "Bachelorette"
2012:
Voiced the Tooth Fairy in animated adventure "Rise of the Guardians"
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