Wife Isla Fisher wished her husband Sacha Baron Cohen with an adorable Instagram post on his birthday on 13th October. Cohen turned 49 this year and yet he looks young and energetic as ever!
Isla Fisher wishes her Sacha Baron Cohen, calls him ‘boo’
Captioning her throwback picture, Isla Fisher wrote, “Happy Birthday boo 🎂. You have had an amazing year as an activist, actor, father and husband. Thank you for trying as hard as you can to make the world a better place 💕❤️”
Their friends showered their wishes in the comments too. Mary Elizabeth Ellis, for instance, said, “ou look like high school sweethearts! But we know the real story….;) Happy bday to your babe😘” Orlando Bloom also commented saying “Very handsome in the photo 😍”
Isla Fisher and Sacha Baron Cohen have been dating for close to 18 years and have been married since 2010. They have three kids, Olive, Elula, and Montgomery. In an interview, Fisher said that they bonded over “’a shared sense of humour and a willingness to be married’.”
Now, since both of them are in different cities due to work commitments, we often see them indulge in social media PDA. Take this recently posted snap by Isla Fisher for instance:
Sacha Baron Cohen’s Borat is all set for release!
The much-awaited Borat is finally going to be out on 23rd October. The release has been intelligently timed with the US elections and is expected to not just tickle the viewer’s laughter bone but also make them think and introspect. Cohen plays the recurring journalist who is making Americans say things that they would never say out loud once again.
Commenting on the uniqueness of this sequel, Cohen said, “it was the first time I’d ever given a major speech in my own voice but I felt like I had to ring the alarm bell and say that democracy is in peril this year. I felt, even if it was going to destroy my career and people are going to come at me and say, ‘Just shut up, the last thing we need is another celebrity telling us what to do’ — I fully understand people who do that — I felt I needed to do that to live with myself.”