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ISLA FISHER (Dr. Mary Lou LaRue) stars with Ryan Reynolds and Abigail Breslin in the comedy “Definitely, Maybe,” written and directed by Adam Brooks. Before that she starred in the critically acclaimed film “The Lookout,” written and directed by Scott Frank, and also starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Jeff Daniels; and in the comedy “Hot Rod” with Andy Samberg of “Saturday Night Live.” She also starred in “Wedding Daze” with Jason Biggs, written and directed by Michael Ian Black.

Fisher is most widely recognized for her critically acclaimed performance as Vince Vaughn’s off-kilter love interest in the blockbuster comedy “Wedding Crashers.” She first appeared stateside in the live-action feature “Scooby-Doo,” in 2002. Since then, she appeared in “I Heart Huckabees” for director David O. Russell, and the scripted/improvisation television series “Pilot Season,” with David Cross, Andy Dick and Sarah Silverman.

Born in the Middle-Eastern country of Oman, Fisher’s family moved to the small city of Perth in Western Australia when she was a young girl. At the age of nine, Fisher was already appearing in commercials broadcast on Australian television. She then portrayed Shannon Reed in the popular soap “Home and Away,” which also helped launch the careers of Guy Pearce, Naomi Watts and Heath Ledger. While working on the set of “Home and Away,” she found time to write and release two best-selling teenthemed novels.


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