- Thu Nov 17, 2016, 8:39 PM GMT
The 'Nocturnal Animals' actress reveals on 'Today' show that she got the news about the sequel from Vince Vaughn himself.READ MORE
Without doubt, Isla Lang Fisher has come close to be the next Hollywood rising star, thanks to the glorious success of "Wedding Crashers" (2005). This was also enhanced by her excellent comedic performance in the movie, making her hugely lauded by critics. Looking at this, it is likely she would establish a bright career ahead.
A daughter of a United Nations worker and romantic novelist of Scottish heritage, Isla was born on February 3, 1976 in Muscat, Oman yet spent a great deal of her early years in Perth, Western Australia upon her parents' decision to move the whole family there when she was only nine months old. Surrounded by her two brothers, she developed a close relationship with her mother and gradually began to grow a deep interest in writing as well as in acting. An opportunity to land her feet on the entertainment industry came through when she got her first break as a model for TV commercial at the age of 9. Few other overtures followed before she gained her acting debut in an Australian TV series called "Bay Cove" (1993).
The British actor and his wife Isla make a generous $1 million donation split equally between two charittable organizations to help victims of Syrian conflict.READ MORE
Eveleigh (Fisher) is a pregnant woman who has unsettling visions after she moves to her husband's vineyard home.READ MORE
TMZ claims to have obtained a copy of birth certificate which mentions the couple's third child was born on March 17 and named Montgomery Moses Brian Baron Cohen.READ MORE
The celebrity couple reportedly has welcomed their third child together, but no details of the newborn have been disclosed.READ MORE