Isabelle Thomas was the wife of Bradley Thomas who is an American film and television producer. She died by suicide at the age of 39 after jumping off a hotel balcony. She was the daughter of Sir Henry Lawrence, the 7th Baronet of Lucknow and his ex-wife Penelope.
Isabelle Thomas jumped off a hotel balcony
Isabelle Thomas died by suicide at the age of 39 after jumping off a hotel balcony, on January 29, 2024. Her tragic death shocked and saddened her friends, family and the community. She was known for her vibrant personality and contagious laughter. In 2010, Isabelle was spotted with Amy Winehouse at a Camden charity event.
Who Was Isabelle Thomas?
Isabelle Thomas attended King Edward’s School and Prior Park College in Bath as a child. She worked in various high-profile positions after university, notably as former British Prime Minister David Cameroon’s digital advisor. She later earned a Biological Sciences degree from Oxford.
Isabelle dealt with the UN and World Bank. After working and producing in California, she joined the UCLA Centre of Storytellers & Scholars Advisory Board. Her Facebook pages show she DJed part-time at Boujis nightclub in London, Prince William and Harry’s previous fave. She performed at Ibiza Rocks, Thye Grand Prix, and the Grammy Awards party.
Isabelle Thomas Children
Isabelle Thomas had two twins together named Poppy and Grace with her husband, Bradley Thomas. She was also a stepmother to Bradley’s two older children Lucy and Charlie. Bradley and Isabelle last photo were taken at the 2024 BAFTA Tea Party in Beverly Hills. Bradley’s mum smiled during the event.
Who Is Bradley Thomas?
Bradley Thomas is an American film and TV producer who was born on November 30, 1965, making him 58 years old. He has been married twice – first to Hillary Matthews from 1997 to 2015 and later to Isabelle Thomas from 2018 until her death in 2024.
He co-founded Imperative Entertainment, a studio that specializes in the development, production, and financing of original and branded entertainment for all platforms, with a focus on film, television and documentaries.