Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher.
Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher.

Isla Fisher worried Sacha Baron Cohen will get arrested

ISLA Fisher is always worried husband Sacha Baron Cohen is going to get arrested.

The 44-year-old funnyman has made a lot of controversial films over the years and the 'Keeping up with the Joneses' actress admits there's a concern that he will get into legal trouble.

Speaking about their home life, Isla said: "Instead of asking: 'Are you going to pick up the dry cleaning?' I'd ask, 'Are we getting sued by somebody?' or 'Is there a warrant out for your arrest?' But luckily when he started to make fictional films like 'The Dictator', we didn't have to have those kinds of conversations, because there were no legal implications."

Isla, 40, worked alongside Sacha in last year's football hooligan film 'Grimsby' and she says she was in awe of how good he was.

The mother-of-three - who also starred alongside Penelope Cruz in the film - told Square Mile magazine: "He gave Penelope a bigger better trailer than me, which I would tease him about. He did an amazing impromptu Michael Jackson dance as Nobby, his trousers seamlessly fell down while he was moonwalking. I ruined so many takes laughing. I was just blown away by how brilliant he is. #braggingwife, I get it."

And Isla says she would love to work with Sacha again, but admits she has her limits when it comes to his work.

She revealed: "I would love to work with Sacha again but not on anything that wasn't staged. It's too dangerous. I wouldn't want my thumb broken for my art."



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