Isabelle Thomas, a British documentary filmmaker and wife of Oscar-nominated producer Bradley Thomas, has sadly passed away at the age of 39. Her death was ruled as suicide, with reports indicating that she jumped from a high floor of the Hotel Angeleno in Los Angeles.
Described as the “light” in her family’s lives, Isabelle was known for her fearlessness in embracing life’s opportunities and spreading love and kindness to those around her. Her diverse projects reflected her curiosity about people and cultures, leaving a lasting impact on those she encountered.
Originally from the Cotswolds in the U.K., Isabelle graduated from Oxford University and later advised on projects for various international entertainment companies, private family offices, and global organizations like the UN and The World Bank.
In 2018, she married Bradley Thomas, a renowned producer whose career included notable films like Clint Eastwood’s “The Mule” and the Palme d’Or-winning “Triangle of Sadness.” The couple was frequently seen together at industry events, with Bradley currently immersed in award season promotion for “Killers of the Flower Moon.”
Isabelle’s passing is a profound loss, especially as her husband navigates the excitement of award season. Bradley’s extensive producing career, spanning over three decades, has seen him collaborate with esteemed filmmakers like Ridley Scott and Ruben Östlund.
The tragic news of Isabelle Thomas’ death serves as a reminder of the fragility of life and the importance of supporting those struggling with mental health challenges.