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Isla Fisher has hardly aged since finding fame on Home and Away 28 years ago

Isla Fisher has hardly ages since she first found fame on Home and Away in 1994.

The red-headed beauty has hardly aged since she joined the cast of Home and Away at the age of 18, proving that the Australian star – who is married to Borat’s Sacha Baron Cohen – has lucked out in the DNA lottery.

Despite the fact that she turned 46 this week, she still has the same youthful radiance, bright complexion, and doe-eyed appearance as she did on the soap.

Isla’s age-defying looks were on full display as she took to social media to commemorate another trip around the sun with photos.

One of the throwback photos showed a teenage Isla sitting alongside her mum.

Isla penned atop of the post: “Thanks to my mum for birthing me.”

Another was a repost from a tribute by Bruna Papandrea.

The TV producer captioned an old photo of herself with Isla, ” “Isla Fisher, my wonderful buddy, celebrates her birthday today. We haven’t altered all that much.”

Isla’s husband Sacha took to social media to mark his wife’s day.

He captioned a photo of her sitting on his shoulders, ” “I’d want to honor a red-haired, Scottish, Arabic, Australian, Jewish bright woman who appears to be my wife. ‘Jageshemash,’ as Borat would say. Isla, I wish you a very happy birthday.”

In 2001, Isla and fellow actor Sacha met at an Australian party. They bonded over “pulling the mick out of the other individuals in the party,” Sacha previously told the New York Times.

Isla converted to Judaism for Sacha during their engagement in 2004, and the couple married in 2005.

The pair married in a tiny and private ceremony in Paris after six years of engagement.

Isla starred in the Australian soap Home and Away between 1994 and 1997.

She played Shannon Reed, a young, unconfident bisexual woman who battled anorexia.

She went to theatrical school in Paris after her experience on the soaps and then to Hollywood.

Isla has starred in a number of major films, including Scooby-Doo, Confessions of a Shopaholic, and Wedding Crashers.


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