Actor Isla Fisher, who is married to comedian Sacha Baron Cohen says being his wife is like living with all the characters he has played so far.
Actors Kirsten Dunst, Lizzy Caplan and Isla Fisher attend the "Bachelorette" New York Premiere at Sunshine Landmark in New York City. (AFP Photo)
"I've had everything - Bruno's Justin Bieber haircut, the Borat moustache. Let's just say that life with Sacha is never boring," she said. Fisher recalls how often Cohen has left her cringing in front of fellow Hollywood stars, reported Sun online.
"I remember being invited to a screening of a movie that Jack Black produced and - let's call her a heavy-set lady - gave a really long speech after the film. Then Jack got up at the end and briefly just thanked everyone for coming. So later, Sacha asked Jack why he made such a short speech and told him he should have told the lady to shut up. He wouldn't stop talking and Jack's like, 'Yeah, that's my mother'."
Cohen, 41, who qualified for this year's Sunday Times Rich List with a fortune of 68 million pounds, had Fisher red-faced at the Golden Globes thanks to his bizarre sense of humour. "He's a disaster. Who goes to the Golden Globes, marches up to Cate Blanchett and says, 'Hi, nice to meet you, what do you do for a living?'.
I'm literally running away as fast as I can." Fisher will next be seen in The Great Gatsby alongside Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan and Tobey Maguire.