Welcome to Unicorn, your one and only resource for the talented Aussie actress Isabel Lucas, known from "Home & Away", "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen", "MacGywer" and "Careful What You Wish For". Here you can find detailed information, exclusive high quality photos, all the latest news, as well as other multimedia such as videos, audio files and graphics. I hope you will enjoy the site, and don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or concerns. Make sure to bookmark us, and check back!
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Since news are slow at the moment, I thought I could share an article Screen Rant just published on how the inclusion of Isabel’s character Alice in “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” added legitimacy to, according to them, the weirdest Transformers toyline – the Pretenders.

With the inclusion of Alice (Isabel Lucas) in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Michael Bay’s movies redeemed the franchise’s weirdest toyline: the Pretenders. While the movie was not particularly well received and won the Razzie for Worst Picture, Alice’s inclusion was a great moment for fans of the series and viewers alike. The result was that it brought a level of modernity to that line of the robots in disguise.

Introduced in 1988 as part of the “G1” line in Marvel Comics UK, and adapted into the IDW and Super-God Masterforce continuities in subsequent years, the Pretenders focused on Transformers that could cover themselves in synthetic organic shells to hide the robot. Thus, they commonly took the form of human beings and would live like regular citizens until they had to attack. The shells on the tie-in action figures were removed from the front and back to reveal the robot within. Unfortunately, this line of Transformers was also met with confusion by many fans who didn’t understand the purpose they fulfilled, and so wouldn’t hide the real robotic characters within properly. Additionally, the subsequent waves of the Pretenders came with several quality issues, and were quickly written off. Ultimately, it was one of the Transformers’ weirdest and least successful subtoylines, but Michael Bay’s Transformers movie somewhat redeems it.

In Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Alice plays a Pretender Decepticon who infiltrates the college attended by Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf). Like her comic/action figure counterpart, her robot self is also disguised by a synthetic organic tissue. However, the movie elevates the concept of the Pretenders and redeems their tarnished reputation among fans by giving the Pretenders a defined story purpose, and a reason for being. It also makes the transformation of the Pretenders conceptually a lot cooler by getting rid of the clunky execution of a removable shell. In Michael Bay’s sequel, Alice’s disguise is unnoticed by the entire college, until she reveals the robotic endoskeleton within, but she’s also able to easily transform back into a human to remain disguised.

Another issue that the movie fixed was that the construction of the Pretenders action figures often limited the mobility of the Transformers within. When removed, there wasn’t much the actual robot encased could do on its own, making the disguise seem more pointless. It also led to scale discrepancies, especially when characters like Bumblebee and Grimlock were added to later Pretender lines as they were far larger than human beings, thereby undermining the entire point of the Pretenders being able to pass as human. The shells themselves also varied in nature. With the Transformers Beast Wars Pretenders, the shells being in the form of animals on Earth addressed the unrealistic size problems, but the figures themselves provided no articulation or even weapons. In Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, however, Alice is properly scaled, practical, and had self-contained weapons, giving her a full range of capabilities. The animal-like qualities in some of her movements was also a nice nod to the Beast Wars line.

While there is still overall some skepticism over the Pretenders and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen as a movie, advances in figure technology and renewed interest in the line may still lead to a resurgence in their shelf lives. Many attempts since to bring back the Pretenders have been made, including the “Power of the Primes” line some years ago. Michael Bay’s Transformers movies are often criticized for making decisions many audiences didn’t enjoy. Still, it’s undeniable that they led to a resurgence of popularity for the franchise that continues to grow. Hopefully, that continues with the spinoff movies on the horizon, such as the upcoming Transformers: Rise of the Beasts.

Isabel’s creative management company MissusM Creative shared some exciting news regarding Bosch & Rockit today! The film has been chosen for America’s prestigious Mammoth Film Festival, and will be screened during the event on February 4th. They also shared a stunning promotional photo of Isabel, which you can find in our gallery.

Some MAMMOTH news to share with you today: the gorgeous new Australian film Bosch and Rockit, starring MissusM’s Isabel Lucas, is set to be screened at America’s prestigious Mammoth Film Festival on February 4th! 🎞 This magical coming-of-age story, which also stars Friends of MissusM @hemsworthluke & @rasmusking, was shot in and around beautiful Byron Bay in 2020 and is the brainchild of brilliant Aussie writer-director Tyler Atkins. We’re incredibly proud of everyone involved in this beautiful film and can’t wait for American audiences to fall in love with it too!

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Happy Tasha Thursday! We’ve reached the 2004 season of the show, and I’ve updated our gallery with Isabel’s first 4 episodes. In these episodes, Tasha finally learned the identity of her birth mother – quickly understanding by everyone’s reactions to the revelation that her mother was not a good person. Already worried she’s a bad person herself, this new piece of information makes her question herself and her life in Summer Bay. She’s also upset that Irene and Flynn lied to her, and decides to move back into the bush by herself to get away from everyone. Episode #3656 then turns things around for her, with Robbie coming into her life.

Since #3656 is Tasha and Robbie’s first episode together, we’ve created a compilation of all their scenes from the episode and added it to our video archive here for those who want to check it out. I really adore their scenes together, and this was a beautiful start to one of our all time favorite TV-relationships! In addition to the scenes from #3656, we’ve added clips from the first 3 intros of the 2004 seasons – airing between January and March 2004. These months saw quite a shift in the main cast of the show, hence the many editions. You can find the 1st here (Tasha, Jade, Kirsty and Kit), 2nd here (Tasha, Jade and Kirsty) and 3rd here (Tasha, Robbie and Kim).


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I just came across a new-old video of Isabel when browsing YouTube today and thought I should share it with you! The video was filmed at a festival in July August 2016, but was just uploaded to the site a couple of weeks ago. Isabel looks beautiful!

Update by Ann: Seeing the video Sara posted, I realized I saved some photos of Izzy at that festival last year which I never added to the gallery! They’ve been added now, and you can find the link below the video.

Appearances > 2016 Public Appearances > July 24: Splendour In The Grass Festival

Happy Tasha Thursday! We’ve reached the end of the 2003 season of Home & Away now, and our gallery has been updated with more than 1000 additional screen captures from the season’s final episodes – episodes #3634 to #3650 (the ones featuring Tasha). We’ll start the 2004 episodes next week, and we will also start adding a lot more videos to our video archive once Tasha gets more storylines! But as Sara mentioned last week, please just send us a message if you want clips from a particular 2003 episode added.

These episodes were quite eventful for Tasha! She got kicked out of the high school for trashing it after feeling unfairly treated by one of the teachers, and the episodes also saw her grow closer with Kane once he moved in with Irene. Their friendship takes a dark turn when Tasha learns about Kane’s past with Dani, and she tries to smother him in his sleep to protect herself. In the 2003 season finale (#3650), Irene and Flynn also discovered that Tasha’s real mother is Angela Russell, setting up an exciting storyline for Tasha going into 2004.


Television Series > Home & Away (2003-2006) > Episode Screencaptures > Episodes 2003

Hello Isabel fans! Our gallery has been updated with a couple of old candids set of Isabel, as well as an additional (unfortunately LQ) photo of Isabel and Tammin Sursok at the latter’s 21st Birthday Party. We also have some cute new pics of Izzy and Chris Hemsworth at a Home and Away Christmas party in 2005! Enjoy, and make sure to come back for another Tasha Thursday tomorrow.


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Candids > Unknown Date (Ca. 2007)
Candids > Unknown Date (Ca. 2007)
Candids > Candids From 2009 > April 29th, 2009
Appearances > 2005 Public Appearances > Home & Away Christmas Party
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It’s Tasha Thursday again! Screencaps of Isabel from the episodes ranging between #3614 and #3631 have now been added (9 featured Tasha in total). Most of this batch is unfortunately extremely low quality, but it’s the best we can find from this era of the show. With the episodes airing over 15 years ago, I think we’re lucky just to have them at all! These episodes saw Tasha getting a crush on Josh, believing that he felt the same way about her. More information about the episodes will be up in our episode guide, which should be ready next week. We will try to recap most of Tasha’s scenes from the episodes we add caps from each week, so stay tuned for that.

We’ve also updated our video archives with the 2003 intro credits and all of Tasha’s scenes from episode #3631. If you want us to add clips from a specific episode, just get in touch with us! We can’t add all due to server space, but we’ll try to add some each week.


Home & Away (2003-2006) > Episode Screencaptures > Episodes 2003 > Episodes #3615 – #3631
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Isabel’s upcoming film Bosch & Rockit have been mentioned as one of the 10 biggest Australian movies coming out in 2022! You can view the full list here. We don’t have an official release date yet (there has been mentions of March 1st), but we will keep you updated.

It’s been a weird kinda year for Australian cinema—despite cinemas being crippled by COVID, we had a huge boost in production from companies all over the world, and even some homegrown hits.

You’ve barely had a chance to catch up on all the great local content of this year and it’s already time to look forward to 2022. Scroll to start getting hyped up for another year of idiosyncratic, curious Aussie filmmaking: from some star-studded titles arriving soon, to conceptually-fascinating projects that we don’t even have a date for yet!

Bosch & Rockit
A sun-drenched selection from the Sydney Film Festival, Bosch & Rockit stars Luke Hemsworth as a drug dealer on the run. His surf-obsessed son (Rasmus King) doesn’t know that, though: he’s convinced they’re just on the father-son trip of a lifetime, until reality cruelly catches up. It’s based on debut writer-director Tyler Atkins’ hometown, the gorgeous NSW north coast that’ll look splendid on the big screen.

Welcome to another Tasha Thursday! Sara and I have gone through Home & Away episodes 3596 to 3613 this week, and made screencaps of the episodes featuring Isabel. People who watched the show all the way back in 2003 might remember that this era greatly revolved around the Sutherland family, with Dani facing trial for hitting Kane with her car. Tasha is therefore not featured much in these episodes, but there are some cute moments of her bonding with Kit among the Sutherland-drama! The final episode also hints that we might be seeing more of Tasha in the coming episodes, as Josh shows an interest in her that doesn’t seem all too good-hearted…

You can find the new episodes in our gallery, and I’ll try to add some videos from the episodes this weekend. I hope you all have a wonderful end to 2021 tomorrow! See you all in 2022 for (hopefully lots) more Isabel Lucas.

Television Series > Home & Away (2003-2006) > Episode Screencaptures > 2003 Episodes

I hope you’ve all had a wonderful Christmas so far Isabel fans! Here’s a little gift from us here at Unicorn to you all, which we hope will make your Christmas even better. We’ve updated our 2011 Tatler photoshoot with better quality versions + added more than 50 additional outtakes! I love this photoshoot, and especially all the adorable jumping shots of Izzy at the second page. Enjoy!


Photoshoots > Photoshoots 2011 > 2011 | Photoshoot #010 – Tatler Magazine

Hello Isabel fans, and Merry Christmas! We hope you’re all having a wonderful time with your loved ones, and that the holiday period will give you rest, cheerfulness and everything else you might hope for. Isabel hasn’t updated her social media accounts yet which means we’re not sure how she is celebrating, but hopefully she’s getting some well deserved rest with her family and friends this festive season. We’ve enjoyed building Unicorn this year, and we can’t wait to update you all on everything Izzy in 2022! In an attempt to spread some holiday cheer, we’ve updated our graphics archive with Christmas-themed avatars of Isabel which you can use on your social media profiles. They’re of course free to use by all fans as you please, no credit needed (but always appreciated). I hope you enjoy them! You can find them all here.

2021 became another unusual year for most of us, filled with insecurity and a lot more isolation than we would have hoped for due to the pandemic and all the restrictions. We’re aware many out there are having a hard time this holiday period, or that the holidays might exacerbate existing struggles. As RTE writes today, “While Christmas may offer a welcome distraction for many people, for others Christmas is a tough and lonely time of year.” If you, or someone you know, are having a tough time this Christmas, we strongly recommend getting in touch with one of the helplines included in this article this, or this. Take care of yourself everyone!

It’s another Tasha Thursday here at Unicorn! We’ve continued from where we paused last week, and added screen captures of Isabel as Tasha in Home & Away episodes 3585 to 3595 (the ones she was in). These episodes saw Tasha learning her real identity, starting school, befriending Kit and Max, and slowly finding out more about her traumatic past. Some of the episodes are merged into groups as the original recordings were done that way, which makes it impossible for us to tell them apart – we hope it’s not a major inconvenience. We’ve also added another video clip to our video archive.

The quality of the screencaps isn’t great, but it’s the best we can get considering the date of the episodes. However, the quality will slowly improve with each batch as we get to the newer seasons! Enjoy the new photos, and make sure to return next week for another Tasha Thursday. And in case we won’t have time to get any more updates in this week – Merry Christmas everyone!


Television Series > Home & Away (2003-2006) > Episode Screencaptures > Episodes 2003
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Hello Isabel fans! Today we’ve added well over 200 new scans of Isabel to our gallery, mostly from 2004 to 2008 (2009 to 2021 will be added as a separate update coming soon). The majority of these have been gathered from the web, and we’ve been unable to track down the original scanners to give proper credit. So if you see any photos belonging to yourself, please get in touch with us so that we can either take them down or credit you properly below the scan! It’s hard to find Izzy’s oldest photoshoots, but many of these scans give us a look of previously unseen – by us at least – photos from her “Home & Away” era that are fun to have. Enjoy!



Gallery > Magazine Scans > Magazines 2004
Gallery > Magazine Scans > Magazines 2005
Gallery > Magazine Scans > Magazines 2006
Gallery > Magazine Scans > Magazines 2007
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Back in 2004, Isabel won her very first award at the annual TV Week Logie Awards in Australia! She was bestowed the “Most Popular New Female Talent” logie for her performance as Tasha Andrews, and attended the event with Chris Hemsworth. We were hardly able to find any photos of Isabel at the event when we started building Unicorn, which we thought was a pity, as it was obviously a very big night for her. However, we’ve been able to get a hold of some very exclusive HQ portraits from the evening that we’re excited to share with you! Following the ceremony, Isabel was photographed by TV Week alongside her “Home & Away” co-star Kip Gamblin, who won the “Most Popular New Male Talent” award for his role as Scott. Find the gorgeous photos in our gallery!

Photoshoots > Photoshoots 2004 > 2004 | Photoshoot #013 – Logie Awards Portraits
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When we started building Unicorn, we originally wanted to launch the website 100% complete – in other words, having photos and screen captures from all of Isabel’s projects. However, she was on the soap Home & Away for 3 years, which is over 2000 episodes! We eventually decided to launch the site without her HAA episodes, and rather add them with time. That’s how we came up with… Tasha Thursdays! Every Thursday, we will add screen captures of Isabel as Tasha from the next couple of episodes she was in. We have been able to get a hold of all her episodes (with the exception of 3579 and 3580), and each week we will add new caps. The amount of episodes will depend on our spare time that week, but it will usually be around 5-10 episodes. In addition, we’ll add videos from some of Isabel’s scenes, graphics and episode information to our episode guide the weeks where we have additional free time. I hope you’ll all enjoy this regular feature here at Unicorn, and come join us to celebrate Isabel’s introduction to acting every week!

For our first Tasha Thursday, we’ve added screencaps from Isabel’s first episodes on the show – 3564 to 3581 (minus the two mentioned above). These aren’t the best quality due to their age, but it’s great to see Isabel’s first acting scenes anyway! I’ve added two clips to our video archive as well for those who want to check out her very first talking scenes. She really was adorable as Tasha, and it’s fun to see how much she has grown as an actress since she first started out. Enjoy!


Home & Away (2003-2006) > Screencaptures > Episodes 2003 > Episode #3564 – #3565
Home & Away (2003-2006) > Screencaptures > Episodes 2003 > Episode #3566 – #3570
Home & Away (2003-2006) > Screencaptures > Episodes 2003 > Episode #3571 – #3575
Home & Away (2003-2006) > Screencaptures > Episodes 2003 > Episode #3581

Hello and welcome to the grand opening of Unicorn, your newest fansite dedicated to the talented Isabel Lucas! You may recognize Isabel from one of her many projects, such as Home & Away, Red Dawn, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Daybreakers or Careful What you Wish for, or perhaps you’ve spotted her in a magazine at some point in recent years. In addition to being an actress and model Isabel is well known for her activism, and has participated in highly publicized activist stunts such as the 2007 protests against dolphin killings in Taiji, Japan (alongside Hayden Panetierre) and the 2010 mount Kilimanjaro climb with “Summit on the Summit” (alongside Kenna, Jessica Biel and many others). Regardless of how you were first introduced to Isabel, we hope our site can help you learn more about her and her career – and maybe inspire you to check out more of her work!

We have spent pretty much all our spare time in 2021 building this site, and are extremely excited to open at last. Our network is already pretty large – first, we have an extensive gallery holding more than 50 000 photos of Isabel (including many rare HQs). We also have a career archive with detailed information on Isabel’s many projects – but keep in mind that additional information will be added to the pages as we go. Our video archive contains 90 videos (and will continue to grow), our press archives more than 100 articles and interviews, and our main site consists of more than 50 pages with information (such as a complete awards list, original biography and hair styles), detailed information on her activism, media pages (including a large graphic archive) and so much more. We hope you enjoy browsing! Plenty more will be added, and we will launch a new regular feature tomorrow already.

While we’ve been creating Unicorn over the last year, several great friends of us have contributed by either donating photos, videos, information or other resources we’ve used to put things together. Big thanks to Emily for always supporting and donating a lot of videos and photos, Marica for helping us get some rare gems of Izzy, Neide and Elise for being great supporters and always helping out, Claudia for always helping whenever we’ve experienced technical issues or needed help in any ways, Nicole for designing our gorgeous layouts, Kaci for creating the wonderful script we’re using in our career archives, Monica for making the scripts used for our press and video sections and Sarah for helping me get some rare old photos of Isabel. Due to the long building process I’m sure I’ve forgotten to mention someone above, and if so I’m truly sorry, but we both really appreciate all the help we’ve been given along the way. Thank you so much! Further credits can be found on our credits page here. Enjoy the site, and make sure to follow us on twitter! xx Sara & Ann.

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Collider did a piece on Terrence Malick’s films this week, ranking all nine of his projects from worst to best. His 2015 film featuring our Isabel – “Knight of Cups” – ranked 6 on their list, and you can read their thoughts on the film below. See the full list here.

Terrence Malick is a fascinating filmmaker, as he’s influenced multiple generations of filmmaking throughout the different stages of his career. Malick was part of the landmark “New Hollywood” filmmakers who emerged in the 1970s, yet took a twenty year absence until he reemerged in the ‘90s. Malick’s work entered a third stage in the last decade, in which he seemingly abandoned all constraints of narrative structure, and pursued experimental work.

Malick’s work is often beloved, and his reclusive public persona is consistent with the mystery that surrounds each of his films. It’s never entirely clear when Malick’s next project is coming, as he often extensively retools his stories in the editing room, leading to many famous situations where storylines or entire performances are diminished, reframed, and even deleted.

Malick is currently working on his latest feature The Way of the Wind, which officially added Mark Rylance, Douglas Booth, Matthias Schoenaerts, Géza Röhrig, Joseph Fiennes, Lorenzo Gioielli, and Aidan Turner to its cast. Little is known about his next film other than it is a retooling of different chapters of the Christian religious text, and will surely generate the controversy that is inherent to adapting Biblical material.

Malick continues to fascinate, infuriate, and inspire film fans, and nearly fifty years after his debut, he remains one of the essential working filmmakers. Here are all nine Terrence Malick films, ranked worst to best.

6. Knight of Cups
Perhaps the most underrated film within Malick’s entire filmography, Knight of Cups shouldn’t have worked on paper. It actually couldn’t have worked on paper, as while Malick had loose story outlines, none of the actors received any actual pages. Malick frequently relied on improvisation, placing actors in unknown scenarios and gauging their authentic reactions. The result is a string of loosely interconnected realizations on the nature of healing.

Knight of Cups is a celebration of excess, and given the subject material, it’s appropriately a hard film to follow. Following the exploits of grieving screenwriter Rick (Christian Bale), the film’s story unfolds in eight mini-chapters as Rick reenters the world and experiences indulgence, pain, temptation, and ultimately love. The final chapter, in which Rick finally begins to see a path forward through the guidance of the enchanting Isabel (Isabel Lucas), is a surprisingly sentimental conclusion to the madcap insanity that preceded it. (View full list)

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Isabel posted a new video on her Instagram today, showing herself frolicking around the beach in Byron! The clip is visually gorgeous, and features the beautiful song “Stand by Me” by Tracy Chapman. Accompanying the new clip, Izzy shared a message from White Eagle, Hopi Indigenous Elder, with her video, which you can read below.


‘This moment humanity is going through can be seen as a portal and as a hole. The decision to fall into the hole or go through the portal is up to you. If they repent of the problem and consume the news 24 hours a day, with little energy, nervous all the time, with pessimism, they will fall into the hole.’ ‘Don’t feel guilty about being happy during this difficult time. You don’t help at all by being sad and without energy. It helps if good things emanate from the Universe now. It is through joy that one resists.’ ‘Also, when the storm passes, you will be very important in the reconstruction of this new world. You need to be well and strong. And, for that, there is no other way than to maintain a beautiful, happy and bright vibration.’ Message from White Eagle, Hopi Indigenous Elder (16/3/2020). Song by Tracy Chapman – Stand By Me

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Isabel was photographed out in Byron Bay on Sunday (October 24), holding her own little mini-market! Izzy was snapped selling clothes and shoes, and by the looks of it, quite a few people stopped by to have a look. We don’t know why she was getting rid of the outfits yet, but we wouldn’t be surprised if it was to collect money for one of the many charity organisations she supports! We will update you if if we learn anything new.

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A quick overview with all the milestones in Isabel’s life and career (so far) that gives you a time line of all the important dates in the history of Isabel.

This page is a work in progress

1985

January 29: Isabel was born in Melbourne, Australia.

1991

Unknown date: Moved to Switzerland, Europe, her mother’s birth country with her parents and sister Nina.

2003

June 26: Isabel had her first day on the set of “Home & Away” ( Photos)
July 31: Isabel’s first episode of “Home & Away”, #3564, aired on Australian television.
October 4: Isabel made her first public appearance, attending the The AJC Spring Carnival In Sydney ( Photos)
November 1: Isabel attended the AAMI Victoria Derby Day ( Photos)

2004

March 20: Isabel attended Kip Gamblin and Linda Ridgeway’s Wedding at the Botanic Gardens ( Photos)
April 03: Isabel attended the Golden Slipper Racing Carnival with Jason Smith & Bec Hewitt ( Photos)
April 18: Isabel attended the The 46th Annual TV Week Logie Awards, where she won Most Popular New Female Talent! ( Photos)
July 17: Isabel attended the Nickelodeon’s Kids Choice Awards at Luna Park ( Photos)

2005

March 03: Isabel attends an after party following the MTV Australia Video Music Awards ( Photos)
May 01: Isabel and her “Home & Away” co-stars attend the TV Week Logie Awards ( Photos)
June 15: Isabel attends the “Batman Begins” Sydney Premiere with her then boyfriend Chris Hemsworth ( Photos)
June 27: Isabel and her “Home & Away” co-stars attends the “Fame: The Musical” 10th Anniversary ( Photos)
June 30: The “Home & Away” Cast was in London to film and promote the show, and held a cast Party ( Photos)
July 4: Isabel and other “Home & Away” actors took over Channel Five’s idents and announcements for a week. One of the adverts featured Isabel smearing ice-cream on the screen, before wiping it off to form the Five logo.
July 15: Isabel and Bec Hewitt held a workshop at the Total Girl Stage School at Luna Park ( Photos)
July 31: Isabel and Indiana Evans planted trees and did promotional work for National Tree Day in Sydney ( Photos). In the evening, Isabel attended the Australian Premiere Of Wedding Crashers ( Photos).
September 08: The Home & Away cast went Dancing With “New Idea” ( Photos)
September 20: Isabel attended the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards with Chris Hemsworth ( Photos)
November 04: Isabel attended the “Love Letters” Premiere at the Parade Theatre in Sydney ( Photos)
December 03: Isabel was at the Homebake Music Festival at The Domain ( Photos)

2006

January 23: Isabel attended the Sydney Premiere of ‘North Country’ with her boyfriend Chris Hemsworth ( Photos)
January 30: Isabel attended the Screen Actors Guild Awards Party ( Photos)
February 07: Isabel attended the red carpet premiere of “Mystic India” in Sydney ( Photos)
March 28: The “Home & Away” cast attended the Oasis Lounge Opening At Star City Casino ( Photos)
April 10: Isabel and Chris Hemsworth attended the world premiere of “Kokoda” ( Photos)
April 12: The “Home & Away” cast attended the MTV Australia Video Music Awards ( Photos)
May 03: Isabel and Chris Hemsworth attended the Movie Extra Film Ink Awards ( Photos)
May 07: Isabel attended the TV Week Logie Awards with her “Home & Away” co-stars ( Photos)
May 30: Isabel attended the “The Director’s Cut” Opening Night At The Sydney Opera House ( Photos)
June 09: Isabel was a guest at the Sydney Film Festival Opening Night ( Photos)
July 28: Isabel attended the The Australia Red Cross Red Rocks event ( Photos)
August 10: Isabel attended the Varekai Cirque Du Soleil After Party with a friend ( Photos)
August 19: It was announced by The Sunday Telegraph in Sydney that Isabel was leaving “Home & Away”
November 14: Isabel showed off her new brown locks for the first time in public at the Australian Premiere Of ‘Catch A Fire’ ( Photos)

2007

March 13: Isabel attended the The FilmInk Awards Style Villa ( Photos)
May 09: Isabel was in attendance at the Movie Extra FilmInk Awards ( Photos)
October 18: Isabel was a guest at the Australian Indian Film Festival Gala Night in Sydney ( Photos)
October 27: Isabel arrived in Japan for the Taiji Protest with Save the Whales Again ( Photos)
October 28: Isabel participated in a peaceful paddle-out ceremony in Taiji, Japan, to protest the dolphin killings.
October 29: Isabel participated in a second peaceful paddle-out ceremony in Taiji. This time they were forced away by angry fishermen and had to leave the Cove.
November 18: Japanese police issues an arrest warrant for Isabel and the other protesters following their anti-whaling protest in October.
November 23: It was announced that Isabel had been cast in the mini-series “The Pacific”.
November 27: Isabel was a speaker at a major “Save The Whales Again” Protest at Bondi Beach in Australia ( Photos)
December 06: Isabel attended the AFI Awards ( Photos)

2008

June: Isabel moved from Melbourne to the US following new acting jobs and wanting to live closer to her then boyfriend Adrian Grenier.

2009

May 8: Isabel attended the launch of the schools environmental education curriculum with Dame Elisabeth Murdoch at Williamstown High School in Melbourne ( Photos)
May 15: Isabel visited the St. Monica’s College in Cairns, Queensland as a part of the environmental education curriculum launch. ( Photos)
August 10: It was revealed that Isabel and Chris Hemsworth had been cast in the “Red Dawn” remake.

2010

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2021

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“I love the quote ‘be the change you want to see’ – you can apply it to relationships, friendships or the environment.” –

The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF)

The National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) is Australia’s leading national body funding world-class, game-changing breast cancer research. 9 Australians lose their life every day to breast cancer. NBCF receive no government funding, and need your continued support to change the statistics.

In 2004, Isabel served as a spokesperson for the Australian National Breast Cancer Foundation. She appeared in ads for their “finding the cure, finding the cause” fund-raising, which involved selling pink armbands with the statement written on them. The NBCF breast cancer bands were sold for $2.50 per piece, and a photo of Isabel wearing the arm band (and a pink ribbon t-shirt) was used in several magazines to promote the fund-raising.

World Vision

World Vision’s focus is on helping the most vulnerable children overcome poverty and experience fullness of life. They help children of all backgrounds, even in the most dangerous places, inspired by their Christian faith. “Together we can protect children today, and empower them for tomorrow”, they state.

2004: Home & Away star Isabel Lucas is not just a pretty face, she’ss warm-hearted as well. The young actress and her family sponsor 10 children in different countries through World Vision. Next month Isabel will be urging people to help out with World Vision’ss annual appeal to sign up 10,000 new sponsors for 10,000 of the world’ss poorest kids which starts July 4. For more details go to www.worldvision.com.au

40 Hour Famine by World Vision

In 2004, Isabel was a spokesperson for World Vision’s 40 Hour Famine, a a World Vision event that is being held in 21 different countries. It started in 1971 when 17-year-old Ruth Roberts and 14 friends in Calgary, Alberta staged an event in a church basement to see what it was like to be hungry and raise money and awareness for children suffering during a famine. The funds raised went to World Vision. The event aims for young Australians to feel empathy for the lack of food which children in third world countries struggle with and to raise money to help children in these countries. It was started in 1975 in response to the famine in Ethiopia. Participants must first raise money through sponsorship from other people. Participants must then abstain from a particular group of items or do/not do something for 40 hours. Some of the famines include not eating food, not using first world technology such as television, refraining from talking, and not using furniture. Some participants create their own famines, such as living in a cardboard box or being blindfolded. The event officially runs from 8 pm on Friday to noon on Sunday, usually over a weekend in August. Participants may choose another time to fast if the official famine dates do not suit them. Children who attend primary school (usually between the ages of 4 – 12) are encouraged to participate in the 8-hour famine for safety reasons, instead of the usual 40-hour famine.

Christmas Angel Ambassador

As their new ambassador of 2004, Isabel became World Vision’s official Christmas Angels Ambassador. A photoshoot of Isabel as an angel was used to raise awareness about world poverty. The angel she posed with would be donated to anyone who signed up to sponser a child during the campaign, which ran throughout the festive period of 2014. The photos were also used in World Vision’s annual Gift Catalogue, which provides the opportunity to give a gift that will make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children and families.

Related Links:
Screen Captures from the 40 Hour Famine Video
World Vision Official Website

Human Rights Arts and Film Festival

The Human Rights Arts & Film Festival (HRAFF) is a not-for-profit arts organisation dedicated to cultivating a vibrant human rights community, culture and conversation in Australia. The critical nexus of creative cultural expression and the bold and brave storytelling of the artists, filmmakers and musicians is the heart and soul of what the Human Rights Arts & Film Festival is all about. It’s why we exist – engaging and inspiring audiences on human rights issues through art, film, music and conversation, which flows through to the partnerships and relationships that we nurture.

Isabel was announced as an ambassador for the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival in November 2009. She has done several promotional ads for the festival over the years, including 2010, 2012 and the 2017 festival.

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    Human Rights Arts and Film Festival 2017 Ambassador Isabel Lucas delivers an importan message.

Related Links:
HRAFF 2010 Promo (Screen Captures)
HRAFF 2012 Promo (Screen Captures)
HRAFF Ambassador Interview 2017 (Screen Captures)
HRAFF Official Website

The Humour Foundation

The Humour Foundation’s mission is to enhance wellbeing, lift spirits and improve health through insightful connection, creative play and joyful humour. Clown Doctors transform the hospital experience for children, families and staff.

Isabel has been a supporter of the Humour Foundation for as long as she can remember, and in 2004, she and her Home and Away co-star Jason Smith participated in the Clown Doctors program ran by the foundation. On April 1st, 2004, (for the national smile day!) they visited sick kids in hospitals to raise awareness about the value of clown doctors.

“I think humour is such a beautiful thing. When people are in hospital sick, tired and ill, the one thing that can brighten them up is humour. It is such a healing thing and makes you feel good” – Isabel, 2004

Life’s glum when you’re in hospital, especially for kids, but Home and Away’s Jason Smith and Isabel Lucas want to help change all that. They’re supporting The Humour Foundation’s Clown Doctors program in the hope that more children can benefit from the organisaton’s unique form of laughter therapy. “You can’t explain the emotions you feel when you go in and meet these kids,” Jason says. “You don’t know what you can do for them, but if you can put a smile on their face and make them happy, then that’s a worthwhile thing.” – From a 2004 issue of TV Week Magazine

Related Links:
Photos of Isabel & Jason working with the Humour Foundation
Official Website

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“I grew up around animals and I’m rebelling against them not having a natural existence.”

WWF

The World Wide Fund for Nature is an international non-governmental organization founded in 1961 that works in the field of wilderness preservation and the reduction of human impact on the environment. It was formerly named the World Wildlife Fund, which remains its official name in Canada and the United States.

In 2006, Isabel joined forces with WWF to help save the leatherback turtle. The mission was to raise awareness about the endangered species, as well as make fans aware that individuals’ actions can help the environment. “We have never been in a situation before where the choices and actions of one generation have such an impact on our future,” Isabel told Aussie newspaper The Sunday Telegraph in April, 2006. “We can’t afford to wait until governments and leaders show some responsibility. It’s time for individual action.”

In 2021, Isabel was also a part of WWF’s “I will if you Will” campaign, which served as a promotional campaign for the 2012 Earth Hour. Earth Hour is a WWF event that is held every year, and is currently the world’s largest mass participation event that has become the iconic symbol of people’s commitment to protect the planet.

Related Links:
– Photos: The WWF category in our gallery
– Video: Isabel’s 2012 Earth Hour video
– Website: WWF Official Website

FlowHive

Honey on tap directly from your beehive! Passionate about beekeeping, bees and native pollinators, innovation and education. Flow is a revolutionary beehive invention, allowing you to harvest honey without opening the hive and with minimal disturbance to the bees.

I love the magical way bees embody the art of collaborative service. Each with their unique role. I began learning beekeeping in my 20’s in LA when I adopted a traditional langstroth beehive. I still find it amazing that this earth would not have blueberries, cherries, cucumbers, avocado, apples, oranges (the list goes on) if it weren’t for these sweet pollinators.

Did you know, bees pollinate at least one in 3 bites of the food we eat and 90% of our wild plants? They are a vital part of our world and are facing an alarming decline.

If you’re curious to become a bee steward, @flowhive offer courses and starting kits. @Flowhive use all certified sustainable timber, made made in Australia. The pollinators will thank you with their humming song of peace, and gifts of raw honey.

More information coming soon…

Important Links:
10 Easy Ways To Help The Bees
FlowHives Linktree (Many useful links!)

OZ Quest

Ozquest’s core competency is organising expeditions for young people. It’s vision is to be recognised and respected as an organisation that challenges and improves young people whilst contributing to the global community. It enables young people to discover their potential through expeditions to “challenging” countries such as Vietnam, Nepal and Borneo. These expedition involve adventure, science and community service. Ozquest is limited to those aged between 18-30. It is affordable and accessible. It offers a balance between fun and hard work. It encourages involvement by all and recognition of achievements (big and small). It encourages initiative, leadership, teamwork, trust and respect for the individual. It offers the chance to learn from each other and the surroundings in which they are in.


In 2006/2007, Isabel worked with OZ Quest to help herd Elephants in outer Namibia. “The elephants were metres from us as we were trekking in the wilderness. We had to be so careful, it was incredible and nerve-racking,” Isabel said about the project. Isabel was in Namibia to do volunteer community work for two months. She’d signed up with Ozquest: Young Australian Adventures, an organization for 18 to 30-year-olds that offers programs to achieve the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. “Its aim is to combine adventure travel with volunteer community work,’ Isabel said following the trip. “They travel to developing countries and set up projects that will have an immediate impact on the local people. “My sister Nina went to Nepal with Ozquest three years ago and I’d been wanting to do something similar since.”

When her contract with Home and Away expired, Isabel – ignoring film and TV offers – couldn’t wait to get away and forget showbiz for a while. ‘Its important when you’re young to experience different countries through travel; it gives you a greater perspective on life and yourself,’ she reflects. With best friend Zoe, Isabel joined eight other young Aussies on an African adventure, and the group bonded over campfire meals at their base on the outskirts of Windhoek, the nation’s capital.

‘I loved our group,’ she smiles. ‘We formed deep friendships.’ Isabel’s first project was to help build a water trough for roaming elephants near one of the villages. ‘The wild elephants are a huge threat to the communities when they come to seek water,’ she explains. ‘Our job was to build a large trough at a safe distance from the people to divert the elephants.’

For 10 days they toiled, collecting rocks and sand and mixing cement to build a jumbo-sized drinking fountain. ‘We were up at 5am to be at work an hour later,’ she recalls. ‘It was very hot – up to 45 degrees. It was hard physical work but it felt rewarding as we knew what a significant difference we were making to the people there.’

Isabel’s next task was to turn a patch of sand into a vegetable and fruit garden. ‘This project was situated in Sossusvlei, where the largest sand dunes in the world are. If you saw the area we were working on you wouldn’t have believed it was possible!’ she says. The final phase for the group was a grueling eight-day trek. ‘We carried our backpacks with bare essentials and eight litres of water through the African wilderness,’ she says.

‘We’d often go for days without bathing and we all suffered blisters and were physically exhausted, which was all part of the experience.’ Now back in Australia, Isabel is turning her attentions once again to acting. ‘I’m currently doing drama studies and I’ll be auditioning for some local and international films as well as considering theatre,’ she says.

Currumbin wildlife sanctuary

Currumbian Wildlife Sanctuary has been conserving native wildlife and nurturing the local indigenous heritage for over 70 years. This regional treasure has also been educating and entertaining families and tourists from all across the globe. The animal attraction is at the heart of Gold Coast history.

More information coming soon…

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Learn about some of the work Isabel has done related to education!

School’s Environmental education curriculum

In 2009, Australia launched an educational initiative to inspire school children to preserve the environment. Isabel and Dame Elisabeth Murdoch visited the sustainable-designed Williamstown High School in Melbourne’s west on May 8, 2009, to launch the program. In the following days, Isabel visited several schools to discuss the initiative and meet with students. One of the schools she visited was her old college, St. Monica’s College in Cairns, Queensland.

The Living in 2030: An Experiment in Survival curriculum is a set of educational resources that invites students to imagine a world 20 years from now where environmental solutions have not yet been found to pressing issues including global warming. Students must then find solutions to the problems. Dame Elisabeth is the patron of the Global Green Plan Foundation, which along with corporate company Fuji Xerox, will distribute the curriculum materials to other schools. After touring the high school’s impressive grounds, which include a vegetable garden and water tanks, Dame Elisabeth said children had an important role to play in preserving the environment. “I think the future is in their hands,” she said.

After touring the high school’s impressive grounds, which include a vegetable garden and water tanks, Dame Elisabeth said children had an important role to play in preserving the environment. “I think the future is in their hands,” she said. Steve Cook, principal at Williamstown High School which has trialled the program, said students had responded with optimism and creativity to the program. “The work produced by our students involved in this program is characterised by their creativity, passion for the environment and a real desire to make a difference,” he said in a statement. “The curriculum provides facts whilst capturing imaginations and developing skills to address environmental challenges.” Global Green Plan Foundation vice president Don Hewett said about 10 other schools in Melbourne had expressed an interest in the curriculum. (Source)

La Trobe’s Aspire Program

La Trobe’s “Aspire” Early Admissions Program rewards involvement in community, leadership and volunteering with an early conditional offer in September into their chosen course at La Trobe. The initiative is designed to reward secondary students who have actively engaged with their community through volunteering and service, by providing early offers into La Trobe even before they’ve completed their final year exams, let alone received an ATAR score.

In August 2016, Isabel, model Laura Henshaw and AFL player Luke Mcdonald joined forces to promote La Trobe University’s Aspire program at the Melbourne campus. There they assisted in providing sustenance for the masses with a ‘Pay-It-Forward-Pizza’ initiative, whereby people who received a pizza from the three stars were encouraged to pass their empty pizza box to a stranger, which could then be redeemed for a fresh one.

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“Climate change is an issue that affects everyone at every level – no matter how rich you are or where you live on the planet, we’re all in this together, so there’s an opportunity for this to be a really unifying thing for the world.” – Isabel on Climate change

Earth Day

Earth Day is an annual event on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection. First held on April 22, 1970, it now includes a wide range of events coordinated globally by EarthDay.org including 1 billion people in more than 193 countries.

“May we acknowledge the intrinsic connection we have with the Earth. And muse on how this planet is alive. To thrive, we need to care for our ‘inner nature’ and our ‘outer nature’. May we appreciate and feel the sentience existing within our living Planet Earth and within ourselves. All life deserves our feeling and respect. May we all rest in moments of grateful reflection today.” – Isabel, Earth Day 2021

National Tree Day

National Tree Day, proudly sponsored by Toyota Australia, was co-founded in 1996 by Planet Ark and Olivia Newton-John. It has now grown in to Australia’s largest community tree planting and nature protection event as we strive to see over one million new trees, shrubs and grasses planted each year. National Tree Day is a call to action for all Australians to put their hands in the earth and give back to their community. Each year, about 300,000 people volunteer their time to engage in environmental activities that educate individuals about the world around them. It’s a day to venture outdoors and get to know your community, and most importantly, to have fun!

Impacts of 5G

It’s very clear that there’s many people in this community that are really concerned about this 5th generation untested technology and it feels so important to be able to have these peaceful gatherings and talk and communicate so we can have our heartfelt intentions and concerns heard and adhered to by council

“If you don’t personally believe 5G is harmful, that’s okay but may I gently ask, what could be lost if we all paused for a moments re-evaluation? If there is a possibility that a re-evaluation could benefit our global health and humanity, is it not worth it?”

There is a topic right now, I feel more strongly about than any issue I’ve felt called to campaign on before. But the question I keep facing is, how do I express it while remaining in my heart, empowering myself and others? When I consider this topic, I feel an incredible urgency and deep concern – the emotions of fear and anger arise. When I speak from this place, I know it’s not responsible, it infects others with fear and anger. I’m seeking guidance on how to ‘be the change we want to see’ whilst also naming the wrongdoing, the elephant in the room. Akin to the #metoo movement, there was a necessity to name the wrong-doing so light was shed on the topic so then the necessary alterations could be made for respect and fairness to prevail. This is how I am feeling about 5g. My main questions are, why has 5g microwave radiation technology not tested as safe? Why are 3,240 medical doctors and 250 top EMF scientists around the world signing the International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and in Space, (the numbers are growing every day) https://www.5gspaceappeal.org Why is there so many conflicting, misleading articles? Why was the telco testing done on a plastic dummy rather than a human? #wearenotsam @wearenotsam Why have we, the people, not been given the choice if we want this in our communities or not? And, why has it been proven that microwave radiation (EMF) is a powerful immune suppressant, harmful to humans, animals, plants – yet the telco companies are still installing the towers on top of schools, hospitals and near our homes, at prolific rate globally, whilst we are in lockdown? My research has shown me that fiberoptic hardwired cabling is the solution to our need for connectivity – unless independent 5g testing is proven safe. I am delighted and inspired to share that the Byron Shire in Australia is the first place to put a moratorium on a 5g tower upgrade. Along with Glastonbury, the Capital of the EU Brussels, Kalamata in Greece, amongst others. When the community uses it’s voice it is clear that — the power is with the people, not with the people in power.

Greenpeace

Greenpeace uses non-violent creative action to pave the way towards a greener, more peaceful world, and to confront the systems that threaten our environment. The network comprises 26 independent national/regional organisations in over 55 countries across Europe, the Americas, Africa, Asia and the Pacific, as well as a co-ordinating body, Greenpeace International, based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

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I’d do anything for Charity
– Isabel (jokingly) when asked if she’d pose nude for Charity on Rove, 2009

Sea Shepherd

Sea Shepherd is an international, non-profit marine conservation organization that engages in direct action campaigns to defend wildlife, and conserve and protect the world’s oceans from illegal exploitation and environmental destruction.

In 2009, Isabel filmed a PSA for the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. During her appearance on “Rove Live” to promote “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” (June 14, 2009), Isabel mentioned that she would love to support the organisation. The Australian director of Sea Shepherd, Jeff Hansen, explained that they got her on board for a 30 seconds long PSA, which was filmed during the winter of 2009, and the advert came out while Isabel was climbing Kilimanjaro with “Summit on the Summit”. Jeff Hansen further stated that Isabel didn’t charge them a single cent for her time and work. Their press release said the following about Isabel: “Sea Shepherd could not think of a more brave, passionate and dedicated activist and friend of the whales, than Isabel Lucas, also known for her role in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Isabel has stepped up for duty for the oceans numerous times, including raising international awareness by attempting to stop annual slaughter of dolphins in Taiji, Japan in 2007. Despite a busy filming schedule on the set of the Wolverine Production of Red Dawn in the United States, Isabel readily made herself available to become the face of Sea Shepherd’s Save the Whales announcement. With the recent loss of the Ady Gil, Sea Shepherd is now back down to two vessels, the Bob Barker and the Steve Irwin, up against nine vessels of the illegal Japanese whaling fleet.”

The story behind the video
“The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is proud to announce the Australian launch of our new “Save the Whales” public service announcement (PSA) featuring renowned actress Isabel Lucas.

The announcement is work of Melbourne advertising agency Starship who approached Sea Shepherd with the concept for the awareness campaign. Starship’s Managing Director Geoffrey McDonald Bowll said his team felt compelled to support Sea Shepherd’s work protecting the oceans.

“Starship wanted to design, build and promote a PSA for Sea Shepherd to raise much needed funds to shut down whaling in Australia’s Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary,” said Geoffrey.

“We hope that through our support and this announcement, one day Sea Shepherd will have an entire fleet of vessels defending the oceans for future generations,” he added.

Along with Geoffrey McDonald Bowll and Production Manager Matthew Peek, the team at Starship worked tirelessly to put together three storyboards, which were then put through rigorous testing to come up with a final design. All that was then needed was the right voice to speak out for the whales.”

In addition to the PSA, Isabel later also modelled T-shirts for the brand, were the profits would go to the organisation and their work. Photos from both the PSA and T-shirts can be found here. In 2013, Isabel once again appeared in a TV ad for the organisation, which ran across the Southern Cross network during September and October 2013 (screen captures here).

In 2018, Sea Shepherd congratulated Isabel on her birthday, saying “Big Happy Birthday shoutout to Isabel Lucas from Sea Shepherd!! Thank you for being such an amazing supporter! We really appreciate all that you do!“. When the organisation did a journey to raise awareness for the proposed disatrous Carmichael Adani coal mine later that same year, Isabel took to her social media to promote their work:

Sea Shepherd’s M/Y Steve Irvin is journeying along the coast from Melbourne, Victoria, to Abbot Point, Queensland, to raise awareness for the proposed disastrous Carmichael Adani coal mine that would put our Great Barrier Reef under the most serious threat. Home to reefs, corals, colourful fish, endangered turtles, dolphins, whales and sharks the GBR would have to endure much increased ship traffic and above all more carbon emissions in the atmosphere from the burning of coal causing global warming, bleaching, and death to the reef. Please, welcome the Sea Shepherd crew and visit the ship.

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    Isabel Lucas wants you to help us save whales - PSA for "Sea Shepherd" 2010.

Related Links
Sea Shepherd’s Official Website
Sea Shepherd’s Official Twitter
Related press articles
Related videos

Protect our coral sea

Our Coral Sea is a beacon of hope. It is one of the last places on Earth where ocean giants – sharks, tuna, marlin – still abound and its vibrant coral reefs still pulse with the rhythm of life. The Coral Sea Marine Reserve is an important step towards safe-guarding this marine jewel for the future. From thickly forested islands to small sandy cays, beautiful coral reefs and yet to be explored reef slopes and deep sea canyons; the Coral Sea contains 49 different habitats and supports over 300 different threatened species. Protection of this special and important part of Australia would provide a safe haven for its marine life and a globally significant ocean legacy for generations to come.

In 2011, Isabel helped “Protect Our Coral Sea” fight to preserve Australia’s Coral Sea by having it declared a protected marine park. The organisation created a campaign urging government officials to regulate the amount of fishing and seabed mining in the Coral Sea, which lies just off Australia’s north-east coast, and Isabel helped raise awareness to the campaign.

In a blog for the Huffington Post, she wrote, “When I learned that only one per cent of Australia’s Coral Sea was protected, I was stunned. I’ve become passionately involved with the Protect Our Coral Sea initiative, which aims to create the largest marine park in the world. It would protect a huge diversity of habitats from tropical coral reefs, to species living in the open ocean, to a huge pool of biodiversity living in the depths of the ocean that we don’t even know about yet. It would serve as a place for inspiration, enjoyment and where the ocean’s species – whales, dolphins, sea turtles, rays – will all have a safe haven forever.

Together with her then-boyfriend Angus Stone, Isabel also shot and shared a music video where they encouraged fans to join them in their fight. It was titled “Coral Sea Love“, and featued Julia Stone’s song “In The City of Lights”. The video was uploaded to ProtectOurCoralSea’s official Youtube account on June 3rd, 2011, with the accompanying text “Protect our Coral Sea gives everyone a ‘don’t it always seem to go that you don’t know what you got ’til it’s gone’ opportunity to protect our precious Coral Sea for our children’s children to enjoy. We believe it is our duty, together, to protect & love these beautiful sea creatures and their ecosystems living in this great oceanic garden” written by Isabel and Angus. The further encouraged people to send a submission to Environment Minister Tony Burke at www.protectourcoralsea.org.au.

In November, 2011, it was announced that “The Australian government has announced plans to establish the world’s largest protected marine area in the Coral Sea”, proving the campaign succesful.

Action for Dolphins

Action for Dolphins, formerly known as ‘Australia for Dolphins’, is an animal welfare charity committed to achieving international protection for small cetaceans. The organisation aims to end dolphin hunting and captivity, by using legal action and strategic advocacy.

In 2016, Isabel filmed an ad for Action for Dolphins where she protested dolphin captivity. The ad, which ran for three weeks through the holiday period in 2016, launched across the north coast of NSW and primarily targeted Coffs Harbour’s Dolphin Marine Magic – one of two venues along side Sea World on the Gold Coast which still holds captive dolphins. Isabel has also repetedly shared and promoted the work of AFD on her instagram profile.

‘As some of you may know, I care deeply about dolphins. In 2007 I went to Taiji, Japan, to witness the cruel dolphins hunts and slaughters there, but the thing is, dolphins are also being treated cruelly back home. They are being bred in tiny, chlorinated tanks and made to perform. They never get to know the ocean, many suffer anxiety and mostly they die young. That is why I’m behind @australiafordolphins efforts to introduce a law to end dolphin captivity.’

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    Actor and dolphin advocate Isabel Lucas speaks out against dolphin captivity in an Australia-first television ad for Action for Dolphins.
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    "Behind the scenes with actor and dolphin advocate Isabel Lucas, filming our exciting new TV ad against dolphin captivity. THANK YOU to everyone who chipped in and supported the Pozible campaign - you made this possible!"

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This page is a work in progress. More to come…

Nutrition and Vegetarianism

Isabel has stated that “where possible, I try not to categorise myself as anything at all. To be transparent, I am vegetarian.” Animals and their rights have always been extremely important to Isabel, and she is therefore conscious about any animal products she consumes. While she’s not completely a vegan (she eats eggs) she has her own chickens who they handle with love and “take care of in the backyard where they have ample space to roam and much vegetation” (quote by Isabel from November 2021). She names all her chickens, and they are treated as a part of the family.

Isabel is passionate about original indigenous Australians or Native Americans custodians, wisdom and perspectives related to nutrition and animal care. “I like to listen to how the elders and the chiefs communed with nature for centuries before. How they communed with the land, and in particularly the animals, (sometimes referred to as their ancestors). It’s sacred to learn of their visions, practice and ceremony. I hold space for many perspectives here.” The traditional food they consumed were supposed to be good for physical health, while also promoting cultural, spiritual and emotional health.

Ayurveda

Isabel has repeatedly turned to Ayuerveda for a holistic treatment to overcome some of the many challenges her professional life has come with. “Hats off to India and Indian system of medicines.” Isabel learned about the treatment from her friend Julia Stone. You can read more about Isabel’s visit to Arogya Nikethana Ayurveda Ashrama in 2017 here (in our press archives).

Ayurveda, a natural system of medicine, originated in India more than 3,000 years ago. The term Ayurveda is derived from the Sanskrit words ayur (life) and veda (science or knowledge). Thus, Ayurveda translates to knowledge of life.

I’m going to India for a month to do an Ayurvedic treatment… …and to do a writing project. The treatment is with a family run business, it’s tiny and very basic. Just simple, like they bring you hot water to shower with and it’s very modest. I’ve been before and it’s really beautiful.

Crystals

Isabel doesn’t travel anywhere without her crystals. She states that it is important to bring with you things that will make you feel grounded or comfortable in a space when you travel, and her crystals have always done that for her. “I collect crystals and gemstones, and I’ve been collecting them since I was a little girl. They give me positive energy and strength. They make me feel connected to the earth. I cherish them.

Holding crystals or placing them on your body is thought to promote physical, emotional and spiritual healing. Crystals supposedly do this by positively interacting with your body’s energy field, or chakra. While some crystals are said to alleviate stress, others purportedly improve concentration or creativity.


(Some of Isabel’s many crystals, shared on social media)

Words of wisdom

Various motivational sayings shared by Isabel on her Instagram through the years!

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Isabel loves poetry, and she regularly shares her favorite poems by either famous poets or friends of her on her Instagram. Recently, she have started to share some written by herself! Here you can find a selection of her beautiful words – we will update it with any new ones she might share in the future.


May the waters of your being
be one with the mist and sea, rivers, lakes and streams. – Isabel Lucas

March 29, 2021:

kaleidoscopic sun pashes
rainbows dancing on her lashes

ribbons of possibilities exist
in a universe conspiring to assist

no matter how turbulent the sea
1k under a stillness she couldn’t foresee


March 6, 2021:

Listening to the rain and forest fairies,
whispering their prayer to the softening soil

Laying on wet dark emerald leaves

Each sigh leaving a trace of silver for the sky
Never unsettling the silence from which they came.


February 26, 2021:

All the elements.
Earth for cups, water for tea, fire for warmth, air for breath.
Friendship for love strength tears softness trust wonder and magic.

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Through the years, Isabel has been rocking everything from long, blonde tresses to a beautiful honey colored pixie cut. In 2014 alone, she had a pixie cut, dark brown hair, brown hair with highlights, platinum blonde and honey-blonde! Here you can take a look at all her different hair styles – maybe you’ll find some inspiration for your next big occasion? If you hover over the images, you’ll find the year of the style + which event the photo is taken at. To view more photos of the look, click the photo to open the respective gallery album in a new tab/window.

Want to get Isabel’s pretty hair? Well, she has shared in an interview that her number one beauty tip is to use Aloe Vera Gel in her hair! “This is a little quirky, but I use aloe vera gel on the roots of my hair, then pin it up for 15 minutes while it dries. It works to add [texture] to your hair, and it’s also good for your scalp and skin.” Further, she loves to add various accessories to her hair to make the style pop a little extra, such as jewelry, feathers or a nice scarf. Out of all the different accessories, feathers are her favorite – in an interview with Beauticate in 2017, she shared that “A few of my favourite things are these beautiful feathers that I wear in my hair“!

Other hair quotes by Isabel
– “I use Argan Oil in my hair… …and I also love Moroccan Oil and use Aveda Be Curly Curl Enhancing Hairspray.”
– “I have a colourist in Melbourne, Lauren, and one in Byron, Brianna.

Hair-o-Graphy: Blonde

When Isabel first entered the spotlight through her role as Tasha Andrews in “Home & Away“, she sported a natural blonde hair color with brown underneath. After a few years as a brunette (2006-2011), Izzy once again went back to her blonde tresses in April, 2011. She then rocket a more honey-colored blonde for a few months, before turning platinum blonde around August 2011. She then went back to being a brunette in 2012, before appearing as a blonde again at the Y-3 10th Anniversary Collection at the 2013 MBFW on September 9, 2012. Regardless of tone and style, we think Isabel looked stunning with all the different blonde variants – see for yourself in our hair-o-graphy of all her blonde event looks below!

Hair-o-Graphy: Brunette

Following her “Home & Away” exit in 2006, Isabel craved some privacy and time-out from the spotlight. She therefore colored her hair brown to avoid being recognised as easily in the home country, and stayed under the rader for a few months. She first showcased her gorgeous new hair color at the November 14, 2006, premiere of “Catch a Fire” in Australia. She kept the brown locks for a few years, and did her first two feature films “Daybreakers” and “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” as a brunette before returning to a blonde color in 2011. Since then she has returned to her brown tresses every now and then.

Hair-o-Graphy: Pixie/short hair

Years of hair dyes and bleaching took a toll on Isabel’s hair, and towards the end of 2013 she surprised with a brand new pixie cut at the 13th Annual InStyle summer Soiree in 2013. She kept the short hair throughout 2014, and filmed “The Osiris Child” in 2015 before she let her hair fully grow back out again. In 2013 she walked the red carpets with her stunning new pixie cut, before switching over to braids on the sides in 2014 when her hair had started to grow out – this became her signature look for the year. Izzy also regularly styled her new tresses with accessories or head wear, and switched up the tone of her hair regularly throughout 2013-2015.

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I do feel I am in a unique position where I can use my public status to draw attention to things that matter to me and hopefully a lot of other people as well. I don’t want to push my ideas on other people. Everyone should think for themselves.

Isabel Lucas, 2007

During her spell on the Australian soap “Home & Away”, Isabel would occasionally show up in promotional ads for charity organisations and campaigns, such as the National Breast Cancer Foundation, and she and some of her co-stars visited hospitals with Clown Doctors Australia, an initiative of The Humour Foundation (we’ve only found one photo of this, and not much information – please get in touch with us if you have any details!). She also went swimming with whales in 2005 with the Whaleman Foundation, where she learned more about their work and eventually started working with them closely in their work to stop whaling.

Following her exit from “Home & Away” in 2006, Isabel felt an urge to travel overseas and participate in projects that made her feel like she made a good impact on the world – “I wanted time to explore and experience something foreign whilst doing something proactive“. Following some work for organisations such as OzQuest and WWF, she eventually became a big part of the Save the Whales Again movement, and her work for the cause included a trip to Taiji, Japan, as well as several protests in her home country, Australia. Her for work the whales have been showcased in several documentaries, such as the Academy Award winning film “The Cove” and the documentary “Minds in the Water“.

When she began making waves in Hollywood around 2009, Isabel continued to do work for causes close to her heart – and hoped her new, international fame could help her reach out to more people. In 2010 she was a part of Summit on the Summit, where she climbed the mountain Kilimanjaro alongside many famous faces in a highly publicized project to raise water shortage awareness. The climb was documented and aired on MTV, showing how Isabel fought both illness and extreme weather to reach the top.

On this page you can learn about many of the different campaigns Isabel has been a part of, as well as find a large collection of photos, videos, press articles and graphics towards the bottom of the page. If you have any knowledge on any charitable work Isabel has done that is not covered on this page, we would be grateful if you’d contact us!

Read more about specific causes

To keep our pages organized, we have categorized the work Isabel has done into the following sub pages. Each page will contain information on the different organizations and causes Isabel has worked for, as well as details about her involvement and how you can help support the cause yourself.

    Ocean Conservation
    Animal Rights
    Human Causes
    Environment Conservation
    Education Related Work

In addition to all the amazing work covered in the pages above, Isabel has even taken breaks from acting/other work to be a part of really big projects. Some of these have been so big that they deserve a dedicated page to themselves! Below you can read about her trip to Taiji, Japan + all her other projects for the “Save the Whales Again” campaign, and her Kilimanjaro climb with “Summit on the Summit!.

    The Whaleman Foundation & Save The Whales Again’s work to raise “whaling” awareness
    Summit on the Summit 2010: Mount Kilimanjaro Climb to raise water shortage awareness

Videos, Press & Media

With charity work being so special to Isabel, one of our goals is to put plenty of focus on her activism here at Unicorn. To achieve this, we have a put together an extensive collection of media dedicated to her causes, including videos, photos, graphics, press articles and much more! To make it as easy for you as possible to find everything we have in our archives within this category of Isabel’s work, we’ve provided a list of (almost) everything below – and make sure to keep checking back, as the categories will be updated regularly!

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Photos & Screencaps

Action for Dolphins

HRAAFF

Protect our Coral Sea

Summit on the Summit

The Whaleman Foundation

WWF

Education Related

Environmental Protests

World Vision

All Charity Photos

Press related to Isabel’s Activism
11/13/2021
The Daily Mail
Actress Isabel Lucas says she is fully vaccinated against everything EXCEPT Covid - and insists she is not anti-vax but 'pro-choice'
04/25/2010
SMH AU
Interview: Isabel Lucas - The shy, inspiring type
08/29/2016
Broadsheet
Why Isabel Lucas is all about vintage finds and packing crystals when she travels
09/23/2019
Peppermint Magazine
Isabel Lucas x Outland Denim - Interview
09/15/2019
Sunday Herald Sun
Warrior woman Isabel Lucas
11/20/2018
Domain
Isabel Lucas moves home to Australia: the Hollywood star next door
01/18/2018
The Cairns Post ·
Star backs day switch
08/16/2016
The Daily Mail
Isabel Lucas says her busy acting schedule prevents her from watching television even though she's a working actress
08/07/2016
Sunday Herald Sun
Isabel's Project of Passion
04/23/2015
Look to the Stars
New Film Features 100 Celebrity Narrators
11/14/2014
Look to the Stars
Stars Support Ruby Red Fundraiser for Neglected Horses
07/01/2014
Eric Spitznagel
Isabel Lucas On Sex, Death, and Hallucinating on Mt. Kilimanjaro
03/25/2012
Sunday Territorian
Isabel Lucas Pledges 100 Trees
04/01/2011
SMH AU
Airhead or ingenue? Interview about "Red Dawn", activism and more.
01/11/2010
Unknown
Isabel Lucas - Sea Shepherds And Summits For Charity
01/06/2010
The Courier-Mail
Coining it for Coral Sea aid
01/00/2010
Sea Shepherd
Isabel Lucas, Starship and Sea Shepherd join forces for the Whales
10/24/2009
The Weekend Post
Isabel Lucas stars in Coral Sea battle
05/16/2009
The Weekend Post
School visit close to Isabel’s heart
02/09/2009
The Cairns Post
Our Isabel touched by misery
01/09/2009
The Weekend Post
Parents back star’s whale campaign
00/00/2009
Deborah Bassett
Isabel on Ocean Activism and Saving Dolphins in Japan
06/04/2008
Cairns Eye
Eco Transformer
05/18/2008
SMH AU
Lucas's green cause close to her heart
11/24/2007
Townsville Bulletin
Arrest won’t stop Lucas
11/16/2006
The Daily Telegraph
Isabel is at Home in Africa

Videos related to Isabel’s Activism

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Isabel Lucas was born January 29 1985, in Melbourne, Australia. Her dad Andrew worked as a commercial pilot, which meant that Isabel, her older sister by two years Nina and their parents moved around a lot when she was young. Isabel spent parts of her childhood in several different countries, which she has later explained gave her a travel-bug that has made her travel all around the world later in life. When Isabel was 6, they moved to Switzerland, Europe, her mother’s birth country. They later lived 3 years in Jabiru in the Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory of Australia. The family then moved to Cairns, North Queensland, where her parents still reside. When her dad retired from being a pilot, he went into biodynamic farming. Her mother, Beatrice, works as a special needs teacher.

Isabel became a vegetarian at a young age after watching the documentary Earthlings in the house of Anthony Kiedis. In addition to her vegetarianism, Miss Lucas is also a huge animal lover. Growing up, her family had many different animals. Isabel and her sister Nina even bought their own horse with “pocket money” they had saved up while working at a vegetarian Thai restaurant at a young age, who they named Tiki. Their dad set that initiative for them, to have a goal and work towards it. Isabel has been horse back riding almost her entire life, and even used to compete in various styles.

In 2002, her now agent Sharron Meissner claimed to have discovered Isabel while she was walking on the beach at Port Douglas. However, it has later been revealed in interviews with Isabel that the meeting was arranged well before that. Meissner asked if Isabel was interested in modelling, which she wasn’t at the time. Sharron then suggested acting instead, which Isabel immediately showed interest in. She had previously been involved in drama during her school years, and attended courses at the Victorian College of Arts and Queensland University of Technology.

Once she was discovered by Sharron Meissner, they arranged an audition for Isabel with the popular Australia drama series “Home & Away”. Isabel initially auditioned for the role of Kit Hunter, but while the producer Julie McGauran didn’t think she was right for that role, she was so impressed with Isabel that she created a new role specifically for her. The role was Tasha Andrews, a girl who only spoke pig Latin to help ease Isabel into the television acting job. She eventually learned English, and went on to have several popular storylines over the year – such as learning who her real parents were (a deceased and despised woman in the community, and a wealthy man who wanted nothing to do with her), finding her own family in Summer Bay, a plane crash, getting involved with a cult, getting married to her boyfriend Robbie Hunter and eventually having a baby. Isabel made her debut on the show on in July 2003, and went on to receive great acclaim for her role. In 2004 she won the TV Week Logie award for Most Popular New Female Talent. Isabel stayed on the show for 3 years, before deciding it was time to try something new. Her character, Tasha, and her husband left the bay with their new baby, receiving their perfect happily ever after ending. Isabel has often looked back fondly at her years on the show in interviews, saying it taught her a lot and that she made many life-long friendships. “I feel the people I was on the show with were an especially beautiful bunch of people. I reflect on it with gratitude and think it was a very sweet entry into the film and television industry. The community on that project were very tight-knit and supportive“. Isabel was especially close with her co-stars Chris Hemsworth, who she dated for a couple of years, Jason Smith, Indiana Evans, Sharni Vinson, Jodi Gordon and Bec Hewitt.

Isabel went on to become a popular idol in her home country, and was a regular cover girl on several popular teen magazines in Australia such as Dolly, Total Girl & Girlfriend magazine. For someone as down-to-earth and shy as Isabel, it all eventually became too overwhelming. Therefore, following her exit from the show in 2006, Isabel took the chance to escape the spotlight for a while. She colored her hair dark brown to be less recognized, and took some time away from acting to do charity work and travel to countries such as Namibia, Switzerland and England.

In 2007, Isabel auditioned for a role in “Daybreakers,” a vampire film written and directed by Peter and Michael Spiering. She went on to land the role of Alison Bromley, a human survivor in a world were almost all humans have turned into vampires. The film began filming on the Gold Coast at Warner Bros. Movie World studios and in Brisbane on 16 July 2007, and completed in September the same year. The film premiered on 11 September 2009 at the Toronto Film Festival to mixed reviews. At some point between August 10, 2007, and May 2008, Isabel filmed the World War II miniseries “The Pacific” for HBO. The show was released in March 2010, two years later, when Isabel had already received some recognition internationally through her performances in “Daybreakers” and “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”. “The Pacific” received widespread critical acclaim, with Rotten Tomatoes’ critical consensus reading, “An honest, albeit horrifying, exploration of World War II, The Pacific is a visually stunning miniseries not for the faint of heart.”

Once Isabel had completed filming of “The Pacific” in 2008, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue her acting career further. Steven Spielberg, who Isabel had worked with on “The Pacific” (where he served as the series’ executive producer), suggested Isabel for the role of Alice to Michael Bay for his Transformers (2007) sequel “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”. She got the part, and with its June 8, 2009 release, it became Isabel’s first released film role. While the film went on to receive low ratings, it became Miss Lucas’ big international break, and the part landed her the award “Breakout Female Performance” at the 2009 Scream Awards. Following her breakthrough, Isabel took on several different roles in films such as “The Loft”, “Careful What You Wish For” and “Knight of Cups”. She explained in interviews that she wanted to do a string of different things to continue to grow as an actress, with only one exception – she would never do horror. “I have definitely said no to things if they are not line with my convictions. I don’t have any judgement for anyone who is inclined in a different way or direction, that is fine, but for me, at this point of my life, I want to have integrity and stand for what I believe in.

With her new starlet-status, several brands and products aspired to have Isabel face their campaigns. However, Isabel has been very picky when choosing which products to endorse. “I have been of­fered things but tend to turn them down if they don’t resonate with things I believe in. Like leather – I’m vegetarian so it’s not in line with my beliefs so I’m not going to promote something like that.” In 2014, she signed on to promote Linney’s Cote d’Azur jewellery collection, and she has appeared in big advertising campaigns such as Tourism Victoria, Gap and Outland Denim, and in 2016 she was the face of Melbourne Spring Fashion Week. While she was excited to be their ambassador, a lot of research and thought went into her decision before she agreed to step aboard the project – “I am an ambassador for the Human Rights Arts & Film Festival in Melbourne, so before stepping into the shoes of Melbourne Spring Fashion Week ambassador I wanted to make sure I had HRAFF’s backing, so I did check with them first and they said I had their support. I was also really pleased that Melbourne Spring Fashion Week has been so supportive of my convictions concerning ethical fashion. Nearly everything I’m wearing to the runway shows is sustainable, or the labels are taking some kind of conscious steps in that direction.

Whilst she’s passionate about acting and her work, Isabel is even more fervent about her activism. In 2004, Lucas served as a spokesperson for the Australian National Breast Cancer Foundation and has since provided support to many organisations, including World Vision, The Humour Foundation, Oxfam Community Aid Abroad, Global Green Plan, Save the Whales Again and Sea Shepherd. In October 2007, she was part of a group of 30 people from Surfers for Cetaceans, including American actress Hayden Panettiere, surfers David Rastovich and Vaya Phrachanh, who took part in a protest against the dolphin culling in Taiji, Wakayama, Japan. The group paddled out on surfboards to the dolphins in a peaceful paddle-out ceremony, to raise awareness about the issue. However, while they were getting ready to leave the country on the following day, they learned that Japanese fishermen were going out to kill dolphins in the cove that same day. Isabel and a few of the others decided to return for another peaceful paddle-out ceremony, but this time they were forced to turn around after being intercepted by one of the fishing boats. They drove straight to Kansai International Airport and left the country to avoid being arrested for trespassing by the Japanese police following the protest. There is still an outstanding arrest warrant for Isabel in Japan. In an interview, Lucas stated that the cull was grounded on purely economic reasons, claiming polls show that 70% of Japanese oppose whaling. In 2010 Isabel took part in another big charity project, by climbing Mount Kilimanjaro with the Summit on the Summit team to raise awareness of the global clean water crisis.

Isabel has regularly been described as a shy and quiet person, though she states that that’s only until you get to know her. She has spoken out about being overwhelmed by how people would see her when she went on her first audition for Home and Away, and that acting has since helped her become confident and sociable. “I like to keep relatively separate from the buzz and keep grounded. I prioritise what is important to me and there is a lot happening in the world right now that is distracting us from the more important issues on the planet. I don’t want to be part of the distraction, I want to be part of the solution and keeping positive.” Isabel has always been private about her personal life, especially her love life. “My whole life is based on listening to my gut instinct, so I follow my body and listen to it. It’s usually a very quick moment and it’s a real instinct of “yes” or “no”. I’m so grateful because my intuition is always right.” She dated her “Home and Away” co-star Chris Hemsworth during their time on the show, before breaking up around 2007. Isabel then dated actor Adrian Grenier for some time, and between 2010 and 2012 she was in a relationship with the Australian singer Angus Stone – who she did several projects with, including a music video for his song “Bird on the Buffalo” and an ad for Protect Our Coral Sea.

After several years in Los Angeles, Isabel craved the environment and privacy she had in her home-country Australia. While she says she appreciated her experience in the states, she states that it became clear to her that it wasn’t a healthy environment for her over time. “It’s just like being in a little fishbowl and over a long time it’s not healthy. It’s not a natural, healthy sense of community, we don’t function naturally that way.” Therefore, in 2016, Isabel bought a treehouse close by the surf in Byron Bay to $857,500, where she has been living since. “I love the ocean, especially seeing the whales migrating, and all the dolphins. I love being able to walk to the beach and have healthy, pristine nature around. It’s very encouraging and inspiring.” Next to her acting jobs, she is a beekeper – “it’s my way to support healthy bee populations and natural pollination. I prioritise and practise conscious healthy living.” Still, she remains passionate about her acting. She taken on several different classes to grow as an actress, including The Perdekamp Emotional Method workshops. PEM is a fundamental acting tool that ensures the skillful, exact and instant use of authentic emotions, and following her classes Isabel has also been an ambassador for the class. However, even though she is now living in Australia, she aspire to continue making films in the US as well. “It just felt right to be based in Australia and to travel there for work to film and to shoot projects. For me it’s just prioritising lifestyle and what fills you with joy and what is replenishing creatively and for me it’s having shorter visits to LA but more frequent, as opposed to being based over there.”

Isabel is a big supporter of freedom of choice, and has been vocal about her concerns regarding the potential of human rights breeches following the Covid-19 pandemic of 2020. In 2020 and 2021, several news paper wrongly started to refer to her as an “anti-vaxx activist”, despite Isabel’s repeated claims that she wasn’t against vaccines in themselves – she was against making them mandatory, and forcing anyone to take one against their will. The tabloids kept on twisting her words and narrowed her long career as an activist fighting for both human and animal rights, conservation of the environment and so much more into one single thing – despite Isabel not ever stating that she was against vaccines. On social media she explained that she has been vaccinated her entire life, and that she is a supporter of vaccines – she just wants to encourage open and honest conversations regarding mandatory vaccines, vaccine passports and freedom of choice. She has repeatedly quoted the saying “You can be in favour of something, but opposed to it being mandatory. You can be against something, but not in favour of it being banned” on her Instagram following the claims, as well as the words by Anna Gala: “What is right for you, may not be right for me. What is right for me, may not be right for you. But what is NOT right for either of us is being stripped of the freedom to choose what is right for ourselves”.

So what’s up next for miss Lucas? She has landed the role of Marie Curie in an upcoming film titled “Radiant”, which is set to start filming in 2022. She has also landed a part in the “The Ogilvy Fortune”, but the Covid-19 pandemic has temporarily paused the production.

I feel like we live in a society where competition gets pushed in our face a lot. But success for me would be seeing a healthy world, healthy community, and friends and family around me.

Written by the Unicorn staff, and last update was November 24, 2021.

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Find out everything there is to know about Isabel! From her life and hobbies, to her career projects, activism, fashion and beauty. All the trivia on this page was collected by the Unicorn staff from several different websites, interviews and Isabel’s social media, and will be regularly updated with new fun facts.

Life & Childhood

  • Isabel is of Swiss origin on her mother’s side, and she speaks both Swiss and German.
  • Isabel’s family migrated from Melbourne to Switzerland for a year when she was only 6 years old
  • Isabel can tap dance, Salsa, belly dance and Freestyle dance, and she can both play the guitar and sing!
  • Isabel’s height is 5’6″ (1.68 m).
  • Isabel dated her Home and Away co-star Chris Hemsworth and had on/off relationship before breaking up in June 2006.
  • Isabel did ballet when she was six years old.
  • Isabel was the passenger in Shia LaBeouf’s car when he crashed in July 2008. The crash was heavily covered by the press, and it was reported that she escaped with just some bruises. Shia had to undergo surgery for a crushed hand. They were hit by someone running a read light.
  • Isabel has been horse back riding almost her entire life, and even used to compete in various styles! She also owns her own horse.
  • She studied Ayurveda in India at an ashram for a month in 2010.
  • No matter where she travels, Isabel always carries crystals with her!
  • Despite starting her career on the TV screens, Isabel doesn’t actually own a TV herself!
  • Did her “Vogue” cover shoot from 2011 in Botswana, which was then her 4th visit to Africa. “There is something about the energy of Africa. I feel like there is so much beauty here, it’s in the nature, the natural beauty and it opens people’s hearts and it brings a peace.”
  • When doing her “Vogue” Australia cover shoot, the journalist noted that Isabel seemed both the happiest and most comfortable when the cameras were gone, and she just got to explore the baobab tree and its massive branches. She later highlighted that that was her favorite part of the trip – “The life force in that tree, walking around it, its beauty, it was really special.”
  • Isabel used to live in Kakadu, which is in Jabiru. Kakadu is an Aboriginal community.
  • Isabel says she likes to hike in Griffith Park because of the “energy of the trees and air.”
  • Used to write a word she pulled out of a basket her roommate had on herself every day, “just as a reminder”.
  • Takes 5Rhythms dance classes every Tuesday she’s free! “I’ve done it in Switzerland, Australia, Los Angeles—it happens all over the world every Tuesday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.”
  • She studied drama at the Victorian College of Arts, and the Queensland University of Technology.
  • Isabel’s birthstone is Garnet, and she was born in the Chinese year of Ox. Her birth sign is Aquarius.
  • Bought a treehouse close by the surf in Byron Bay to $857,500 in 2016
  • Once bought a horse with her siste Nina with “pocket money” they had saved up, working at a vegetarian Thai restaurant. Their dad set that initiative for them, to have a goal and work toward it. Her name is Tiki.

Fashion & Beauty

  • Isabel says her style is pretty eclectic of different time periods and styles, and describes it as “comfortable, creative and vintage”
  • She has sectoral heterochromia due to which she has as a brown spot in her right eye.
  • Going for a ‘zen facial’ with Fumi Yamamoto is one of her favorite things to do in Sydney
  • She ranked #84 in FHM Australia’s list of “100 Sexiest Women in the World” in 2011
  • Has worn outfits by designers such as Collette Dinnigan, Alice McCall, Michael Kors, Chanel, Ralph Lauren, Louis Vuitton, Bianca Spender, Josh Goot and Ali Ro
  • In 2005, Isabel was the in-store face of Diva’s terribly boho winter 2005 range.
  • Was the face of the 2016 Melbourne Spring Fashion Week

Career

  • Held a workshop organised by Total Girl Magazine with her “Home & Away” co-star Bec Cartwright (now Bec Hewitt) and Idol performer Ricki-Lee in July 2005, where they gave a group of young girls tips on breaking into show business.
  • She learned some Russian for her movie “The Wedding Party”.
  • Isabel’s first scenes ever was with Sebastian Elmaloglou, who played Max in “Home & Away”.
  • Isabel’s first on-screen kiss was with Daniel Collopy, who played Josh West in “Home & Away”.
  • Received the Australian TV Week Logie Award For Best New Talent on April 18, 2004
  • Isabel is extremely passionate about her acting, and attended pro workshop acting classes at Screenwise Film & TV School for actors in Sydney Australia before taking her career to the States.
  • Isabel appeared in an American television commercial for Crest toothpaste in 2005.
  • Isabel is represented by Management Production Entertainment.
  • Isabel made her theatrical film debut in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen as Alice in 2009.

Activism

  • Donated a painting she made at a fundraising auction at the Shellharbour Workers Club in 2005, where all earnings were donated to William Campbell College, a registered charity providing care for abused, neglected and homeless children. Her fellow Home and Away co-stars Tim Campbell (Dan) and Kate Ritchie (Sally) also contributed.
  • Isabel was together with her then boyfriend Adrien Grenier voted one of InStyle’s “Greenest Hollywood Couples”.
  • Encouraged the Cairns Regional Council to symbolically adopt a whale while she was in town for a brief family visit and to finalise her work-visa for Hollywood.
  • Participated in the Mount Kilimanjaro climb by “Summit on the Summit” in January, 2010.
  • Isabel is a sponsor for a 10-year-old girl from Zambia and her parents sponsor children from Africa, Latin America and Asia.
  • Along with other protesters (including Heroes’ star Hayden Panettiere, she paddled out on surfboards to a pod of dolphins off the coast of Japan to protest the killing of dolphins in October, 2007
  • Isabel has worked as a spokesperson for the Australian National Breast Cancer Foundation. She has also served as an ambassador for World Vision in 2004.
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On Life & herself

  • I’ve always been quiet, more of an observer.
  • I was a barefoot earth child for a couple of years.
  • I like to keep mobile. It keeps my mind awake.
  • My dad is a pilot so I think I was born with the travel bug.
  • Its important when you’re young to experience different countries through travel; it gives you a greater perspective on life and yourself.
  • I find it attractive when someone reveals themself to you. People who are really honest and real, who can just be themselves. Humility, spontaneity and compassion are beautiful qualities.
  • I think as an Australian it’s quite easy to pick up the American accent because we hear it a lot in different films and growing up, it’s around us a lot more.
  • My best friend was Aboriginal. She taught me about ‘bush tucker’—the food of the land, the different things you could eat if you got lost in the bush, like grasses and berries. There’s this tree called the billygoat plum—the fruit is quite nice.
  • I always bring my crystals: I’ve collected them since I was a little girl. Whatever we can do to make ourselves feel grounded or comfortable in a space is important.
  • Climate change is an issue that affects everyone at every level – no matter how rich you are or where you live on the planet, we’re all in this together, so there’s an opportunity for this to be a really unifying thing for the world.
  • I do feel I am in a unique position where I can use my public status to draw attention to things that matter to me and hopefully a lot of other people as well. I don’t want to push my ideas on other people. Everyone should think for themselves.
  • For me, being environmentally aware has always been a passion of mine. I think growing up in a household where we always had quite a green farm and aware of the fact that we’re citizens on the planet, I feel very blessed to have lived in such beautiful parts of Australia like Kakadu and falling in love with nature. So conservation and supporting organisations that share that passion is something I’ve enjoyed taking part in.
  • I can surf… well, I can stand up but I’m not a confident surfer. I just don’t spend enough time practicing.
  • I spend a lot of time reading, scripts mostly. But right now I’m reading a great book by Joseph Campbell, he’s a brilliant writer. It’s called Letting Go. It’s all about how we hold pain in our bodies, and how to release it. I don’t read much fiction. I love delving into other things that I’d like to learn about. It’s all very psychological and philosophical at times.

On acting, her career & Hollywood

  • Often, when I was younger, I wasn’t quite sure if I was in the right role, so to speak, being an actress because I always felt like: ‘How am I really helping the world? Can I do any good if I am doing this for my profession?’ I feel like I didn’t quite own the role. And I think things have moved around and the puzzle pieces have fallen into place and it does make sense.
  • As long as it’s not in the term of: ‘You’ve changed.’ It would make me sad if someone said that. But change, of course, is growth, and anything that is not growing is either paralysed or it’s not alive, because that’s life; we always change and we grow. – On whether stardom has changed her
  • Acting kind of chose me.
  • The cast was welcoming but I was not confident about being in front of a lot of people. It encouraged me to come out of my shell and trust myself and that everything was going to be OK. – On her early experiences as Tasha on Home and Away
  • All I want to do when I finish the show [Home & Away] is go backpacking around Vietnam, Nepal and Tibet.
  • I just said yes to opportunities that came my way.
  • Tasha was such a unique character, with an extremely unusual background… But it was a challenge in that there wasn’t much substance to base the character on or relate to, which is great for an imaginative person like myself.
  • I hadn’t really considered coming to LA, but I’ve been based here now for about a year and a half. I just felt very fortunate to be able to be even auditioning. I mean, the magnitude of this production is incredible and to get to work twice now with Steven Spielberg is something which I can barely believe.
  • Los Angeles is a mad town. I’m kind of in denial about living there. It’s a funny place, an odd environment to live in … but I’ve decided to like it.
  • (On whether she’d do nudity) It would really depend on how I felt about the script. If nudity was required to make it “full”, then I’d consider it. If it was a gimmick to get people to watch it… that’s not what it’s about for me.
  • I’ll always be grateful for the experience on Home and Away for teaching me so much. But I’m ready to dig deeper and embrace new projects, get my hands dirty with other quirky, imaginative characters.
  • I auditioned for lots of different projects, all grass roots at the moment, so I can’t really speak about them, but I met with lots of agents, including Kate Winslet’s. She (Winslet) actually called when I was in the meeting. She was flying out to the Oscars the next day. It was all so surreal.
  • I don’t really get nervous for auditions, because I just see them as mini acting classes. There’s no need to have an attachment to the outcome because it’s out of your hands after that.
  • People instantly assume you can’t have a platonic friendship with someone of the opposite sex. I think this may be specific to L.A. – or America.
  • I go by intuition. Work-wise, that means asking myself if a role will push me outside my comfort zone, challenge me to learn something new.
  • My first audition was the worst I have ever done, ever.
  • I’ve been doing a few courses lately. One about Reiki and Prahnic healing, and an acting course. It’s really important – especially being on a show like Home and Away where you can fall into patterns – to keep your creative juices flowing.
  • In LA you have two days to prep for an audition and you really feel a momentum. You feel you’re actually going forward, you’re improving with each audition.
  • I have found a really grounded, beautiful group of friends and there are some really beautiful natural places around LA, which was really important for me as well.
  • It’s just like being in a little fishbowl and over a long time it’s not healthy [about life in Hollywood]. It’s not a natural, healthy sense of community, we don’t function naturally that way. It just felt right to be based in Australia and to travel there for work to film and to shoot projects. For me it’s just prioritising lifestyle and what fills you with joy and what is replenishing creatively and for me it’s having shorter visits to LA but more frequent, as opposed to being based over there.
  • There’s so much that’s not important – the photos, what you wear on the red carpet and so much pressure to come across the right way.
  • With acting, there is quite a superficial side where it is based around money and wanting to succeed and fame, and that’s OK. But there is another side, which is about knowledge and storytelling. It is about creatively exploring characters and different concepts, ideas and stories. That’s the part I’m attracted to.

On Fashion & Beauty

  • I don’t really have a style. I wear what is comfortable, different bits and pieces. I guess it’s a more bohemian, alternative style
  • I shop very rarely. When I really need something, I’ll go shopping or I will head to the markets – it’s a calmer atmosphere there.
  • I Love wearing what’s colorful or comfortable or makes me feel good
  • My style has definitely matured over the years. I guess that’s a natural progression as I grow older. When I was younger I was more inspired by gypsy, bohemian, lace and free-spirited designs. I still am drawn to this kind of flavour and feel, but it has become more practical and more comfort-based.
  • I think fashion should be fun and I have quite a carefree, maybe even nonchalant, attitude towards it. I dress for comfort and I don’t give it too much thought.
  • I really enjoy combining the beautiful vintage op-shop pieces I find with a designer eco-shoe or a beautiful felt or textured hat. I guess my style is mix-and-match. You could call it eclectic.
  • It’s very important to me to be wearing clothes that are ethical and sustainable in all facets of production. I am particularly drawn to brands that are eco-friendly, conscious about their carbon footprint and serious about recycling.
  • One million plastic bags are used every minute and never used again and cheap, mass-produced clothing is following a similar path. The fashion industry has an immense opportunity to change and become a frontline leader for reducing emissions and becoming symbiotic with nature.

On Others

  • He’s very inspiring, the way he lives with so much humility and such an open heart, and he inspires me creatively as well. The word that I could use, if I had to use a word to describe him, is true. Just true, down to the ground. – On Angus Stone
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Welcome to Unicorn’s downloads section, a place where you can download Izzy clips, photo zip folders and more!

Short video clips

Video package #1:
Various Instagram clips shared by Isabel 2016-2020 | Size 47MB (22 clips)
Download by clicking here.

Young Hollywood Awards 2011
A clip of Isabel accepting her award at the 2011 Young Hollywood Awards | Size 49MB (00:03:03)
Download by clicking here.

Film Screencaps

Here you can download zipped folders of screen captures from some of Isabel’s films! We’re providing these for graphic makers, role players and people who want to collect Isabel photos, but they are not to be re-posted on other fansites or on tumblr/VK/social media without permission. All caps are made by us, so please respect our work!

Careful What You Wish For
Blu-Ray screen captures of Isabel in the film “Careful What You Wish For” | 1386 photos, MB
Download by clicking here.

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If you want to create your own Isabel graphics, you’ve come to the right place! Here we offer various Izzy-related resources, to help you on the way to the perfect wallpaper, avatar, blend, signature or any other creation you have in mind. If you create something using any of our resources, we’d really love to see your result – please send us your artwork through our contact form!

PNGs

What are PNGs? PNGs are images where the background is cut out, which gives you the freedom to put it on any background/texture you want! They’re great for graphic making, as they’re highly flexible. Cutting out an image often takes a long time, so here we’ve saved you some time by making several of Isabel for you! Simply save them, open in photoshop, and paste them on any background you want.

PSDs

To download a PSD, click the preview photo. We have categorized them by projects we find it fit the best with, but most of the PSDs will work with other projects as well. However, al our TV / film PSDs are made to work with screencaps – so they will be too bright to use on regular photos. If you want to work with event, photoshoots or TV / film promotionals or stills, use the Event / Candids / Photoshoot PSDs. Have fun!

PSD is the default file extension for Photoshop. It is widely used as an independent learning tool to demonstrate the layering of adjustments, masks, text, clipping paths and more.

Here we’ve created some which we’ve found that fits well with different projects of Dianna’s. We’ve also created some which usually goes well with photoshoot and/or event photos. Please note that they won’t look the same on every picture. You’re free to play around with the settings of them.

Don’t know how to use a PSD? Then check out this great tutorial over a Tumblr.

Home & Away:


The Wedding Party:


MacGyver:


Photoshoots and events:

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Unicorn is an unofficial fansite dedicated to the incredibly talented actress and activist Isabel Lucas. We have a large gallery with original and high quality screen captures, scans, event pictures, photoshoots and more. We also offer media downloads, detailed information and the latest news on Isabel and her amazing career, with hopefully many more features to come! We strive to bring you an informative, frequently updated and fun fansite resource without being intrusive of Isabel’s personal life.

The Beginning

I, Ann, had been a fan of Isabel for several years, and always found it sad that she didn’t have any active fansites. Early 2021, when I was cooped up inside due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, I decided to finally create one for her. I got my friend Sara to help me set up the site (she’s a lot more tech-savvy than I am), and she offered to help me collect photos and screencap a couple of her films. As you can imagine, she fell in love with Isabel as much as I was! She decided to join me in April 2021, and we quickly began collecting photos, videos and other Izzy-related media. We hoped to launch May 2021, but we quickly learned that Isabel both has a long career and an extensive list of activist work on the side – and we wanted to do both parts justice, which we needed several months to ensure. The more we learned about her activist work, especially everything she has done for “Save the Whales Again” and her Mount Kilimanjaro climb, the more we looked up to her – and the site became really special to us both, and we agreed to keep working on the site for a few more months to make sure we could provide a resource on Isabel that would provide both career and charity work information.

The Name

We both agreed we wanted an original name for the site, preferably one that matched Isabel’s unique personality. When we came across this photo of Isabel while collecting for the gallery, we remembered how several of Izzy’s friends/co-stars call her a unicorn on her instagram page – and instantly decided it was the perfect description for her.

The Girls

Our names are Sara and Ann, and we’re both in our late 20s as of the site launch. We’ve been making websites for over a decade, with Rose McIver Online being our original fansite. We both have a passion for web design and content writing, and find that a fansite is a perfect way to use our creativity in a fun way that also allows us to meet other people with our same hobby, while supporting people we admire and look up to. Get to know us a little more by learning some Izzy-related facts about us below!

Sara:
Favorite Isabel film: Daybreakers or That’s Not Me
Least favorite Isabel film: Knight of Cups
Favorite television show: MacGyver
Favorite Isabel character: Tasha Andrews. Also found Zoe Cooper hilarious (but maybe not in the best way!)
Favorite Isabel photoshoot: Either the Outland Denim one or Gritty Pretty, but she has so many gorgeous ones!
Favorite Isabel look: This, this or this. Also love all her TV Week Logie looks + her 2016 MSFW outfits!
I first saw Isabel in… The Pacific, but didn’t know her name at the time. So Ed Sheeran’s “Give Me Love” video!

Ann:
Favorite Isabel film: Careful What You Wish For
Least favorite Isabel film: A Heartbeat Away – sorry!
Favorite television show: Home & Away
Favorite Isabel character: Erica Martin or Tasha Andrews
Favorite Isabel photoshoot: Harper’s Bazaar, Sunday Style, Vogue, Tatler
Favorite Isabel look: TV Week Logie Awards 2005 and Met Gala
I first saw Isabel in… Home & Away

The F.A.Qs

Does Isabel know about the site?
As far as we are aware, no she does not. She does follow our instagram however, and has liked and commented on our posts, so there is a chance she has seen it through that.

Are you in touch with Isabel?
No, we are not. We have no way of contacting Isabel or anyone related to her (we want to avoid bothering her on Instagram), and no messages sent to us will ever be read by Isabel herself. We are just two fans, with no official connection to Isabel or her management.

Can I use your photos or graphics?
Yes, of course! The only graphics you are not allowed to re-use elsewhere is the layouts on our main site and gallery, as that was created especially for Unicorn. All graphics in our graphics archive are free for all fans of Isabel to use as they please, but we do appreciate it if you credit us when using them on social media. Please do not re-post our photos on other fansites or VK pages without permission though, as we have spent a lot of time and resources collecting what we have. If the photo is tagged with our site name, please do not remove it when re-posting on social media or tumblr.

The Previous layouts

Our first layout!
Date: October 2021 –
Designed by: Nicole
Featuring: Kacie Tomita shoot from 2018 and 2019 Outland Denim Campaign

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If you want to get in touch with us, please use the form below. You can also message us on twitter.

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    Friends & Helpers who have donated photos or otherwise contributed in the creation of Unicorn:

     

    Resources for our graphics:

     

    Other sites:

    Big thanks to WebHostPython for hosting Unicorn!

    Information for our pages have been written by using Isabel’s interviews as a source, as well as sites such as IMDB, Wikipedia, and biography.com. We are powered by WordPress and Coppermine. Our video and press archives use scripts created by Monica.

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    Women Who Run With The Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype


    Author: Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Ph.D.
    Released: 1989
    About the book: In Women Who Run with the Wolves, Dr. Estes uses multicultural myths, fairy tales, folk tales, and stories chosen from over twenty years of research that help women reconnect with the healthy, instinctual, visionary attributes of the Wild Woman archetype. Dr. Estes collects the bones of many stories, looking for the archetypal motifs that set a woman’s inner life into motion.
    Isabel read it on… Unknown
    Isabel’s opinion: “From my top 10 favorite list. Goldmine.” & “I’ve treasured it for over a decade. Has anyone else fallen in love with it too? I was recently reminded by the glorious Clarissa Pinkola Estes, ‘One of the most calming and powerful actions you can do to intervene in a stormy world is to stand up and show your soul. Struggling souls catch light from other souls who are fully lit and willing to show it.'”
    Purchase the book: Bookshop | Amazon


    The Highly Sensitive Person: How to Thrive When the World Overwhelms You


    Author: Elaine N. Aron
    Released: January 1, 1996
    About the book: Do you have a keen imagination and vivid dreams? Is time alone each day as essential to you as food and water? Are you “too shy” or “too sensitive” according to others? Do noise and confusion quickly overwhelm you? If your answers are yes, you may be a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP). Drawing on many years of research and hundreds on interviews, The Highly Sensitive Person will change the way you see yourself—and the world around you
    Isabel read it in… 2014
    Isabel’s opinion: “Curled up and cosy, feeing thankful for the vital insights I’m reading in this book.” She further quoted Philip G. Zimbardo’s words: “Elaine Aron’s perceptive analysis of this fundamental dimension of human nature is must reading. Her balanced presentation suggests new paths for making sensitivity a blessing, not a handicap.”
    Purchase the book: Official site | Amazon


    A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose


    Author: Eckhart Tolle
    Released: October 6, 2005
    Plot: With his bestselling spiritual guide The Power of Now, Eckhart Tolle inspired millions of readers to discover the freedom and joy of a life lived “in the now.” In A New Earth, Tolle expands on these powerful ideas to show how transcending our ego-based state of consciousness is not only essential to personal happiness, but also the key to ending conflict and suffering throughout the world. Tolle describes how our attachment to the ego creates the dysfunction that leads to anger, jealousy, and unhappiness, and shows readers how to awaken to a new state of consciousness and follow the path to a truly fulfilling existence.
    Isabel read it on… Unknown
    Isabel’s opinion: “Friends, do yourself a favor and pop into a second hand book store or just nick it from a forgiving friend – find yourself a copy of this brilliant book. A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle. I should’ve been asleep hours ago but it’s the bees-knees, I’m reading it for the second time.”
    Purchase the book: Amazon | Bookshop.org


    Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming


    Title:
    Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming
    Released: April 18, 2017
    Plot: The book describes solutions arranged in order by broad categories: energy, food, women and girls, buildings and cities, land use, transport, materials, and “coming attractions”. The book provides a list of 100 potential solutions and ranks them by the potential amount of greenhouse gases each could cut, with cost estimates and short descriptions.[
    Isabel read it on… Unknown
    Isabel’s opinion: On September 19, 2018, Isabel recommended several things one can do to in order to help tackle the issues we are currently facing with climate change. One of her tips was to “buy Paul Hawken’s book “Drawdown” it outlines the top ways of reducing carbon pollution and regenerating the Earth”. You can read all her recommendations here.
    Purchase the book:
    Amazon

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    Several people seem to have been successful at receiving an autograph from Isabel using the following address, but the latest feedback we can find is from 2014. There’s therefore no guarantee that a letter sent will be read by Isabel, but it’s worth a try! You can also try your luck at receiving a reply from Isabel through her official instagram page.

    Fan address
    Isabel Lucas
    Meissner Management
    P.O. Box 530 Paddington Sydney,
    NSW 2021 Australia

    If you want to request an autograph, follow the guidelines bellow. If you just want to mail a letter with the address above, and do not want anything back, then you can stop reading! Send a properly stamped and self addressed envelope (minimum size 8.5″ x 4″) with your request letter and a photo. You can include a piece of cardboard to keep the photo from bending in shipping and also add “Do Not Bend” on the envelopes. Send your letter and wait. On average, there is going to be a 3+ month wait for a response. (source)

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    “I can’t pick a favorite animal, I love so many! But I guess if I have to choose, I pick bees! There’s this brilliant documentary called Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us? I think it’s important for people to be educated on bees — they pollinate almost all the food we eat. They are amazing!” – Isabel Lucas, 2014

    Favorite Food: Spaghetti
    Favorite Drink: Mineral Water
    Favorite Color: Green and Ocean Blue
    Favorite Animals: Too many to mention! Bees are among her favorites, and she has also mentioned horses and whales.
    Favorite Book: Many! Check out some of them here.
    Favorite Actresses: Cate Blanchett, Nicole Kidman, Penelope Cruz and Audrey Tautou.
    Favorite Actors: Johnny Depp
    Favorite Singer: Jack Johnson, Norah Jones and Ben Harper
    Favorite Film: The French film “Amelie”
    Favorite Hobbies: Horseback riding, Drawing and painting, reading, beach exploring, camping and being in nature.

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    Here you can read about Isabel’s growing list of awards! Below each award, you’ll also find links to the photos from the ceremony in our gallery, videos and more where available. At the bottom of the page you can also find a list of all her nominations, as well as which project she was nominated for. We will continue to update the page with any new awards or nominations for Miss Lucas…

    2011: Young Hollywood Awards – Female Star Of Tomorrow

    The 2011 Young Hollywood Awards were presented by Bing on Friday, May 20th, at Club Nokia in Los Angeles. For the occasion, Isabel stunned on the red carpet in an elegant Ralph Lauren Spring 2011 halter dress. She was presented the Star of Tomorrow Female Award by her Red Dawn co-star Josh Peck, who held a nice little speech about her (“Isabel is a gem of a person” – we agree!) – while also making fun at the delayed release of their film.

    Actor of the year went to Garrett Hedlund, Breakthrough of the year to Hailee Steinfeld, Actress of the year to elle Fanning, TV actor of the year to Jesse Williams (Grey’s Anatomy), TV Actress of the year to Aimee Teegarden (Friday Night Lights), Male star of tomorrow to Armie Hammer and Cast to watch to the “Pretty Little Liars” cast (Lucy Hale, Ashley Benson, Troian Bellisario, Shay Mitchell)

    Thank you Josh for those kind words. This is lovely. I’d like to accept this award on behalf of all young, aspiring actors and to encourage them to never give up, despite the setbacks that may come their way. May we all always remember to dream. And I’d also like to take this opportunity to congratulate all the other honourees here tonight. Thank you so much.

    2011: Beverly Hills Film, TV & New Media Festival – Best Hollywood Newcomer

    Australian actors Josh Lawson and Isabel Lucas have been honored this week as ‘Best Hollywood Newcomers’ at the Beverly Hills Film, TV and New Media Festival where their feature film ‘The Wedding Party’ was screened. Josh Lawson and his partner Rachel Taylor attended the gala awards party on the opening night of the festival at the famous Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, but Isabel was not in attendance.

    ‘The Wedding Party’ continues to make waves on US festival circuit where it recently won ‘Best Film’ and ‘Best Director’ at the 2011 Bel Air Film Festival, and ‘Best Feature’, ‘Best Comedy Director’, ‘Best Actor – Josh Lawson’ and ‘Best Supporting Actress – Nadine Garner’ at The 2011 NYC International Film Festival. The film was also selected to screen at the Independent Film Quarterly Film Festival in New York, The Bahamas International Film Festival and the 2011 Anchorage International Film Festival. – Source

    2010: PETA’s Sexiest Vegetarian Australian celebrity

    HOLLYWOOD’S in demand hottie and former soap star Isabel Lucas has been voted Australia’s Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrity for 2010. The month-long poll on PETAAsiaPacific.com put Lucas ahead of model and actress Imogen Bailey, TV and radio personality Ruby Rose, singer-songwriter Missy Higgins, model Myf Shepherd, Australian Idol host Andrew G, surfing sensation Dave Rastovich and folk singer Xavier Rudd.

    2009: Spike TV’s Scream Awards – Breakout Female Performance (for Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen)

    The Scream Awards is an award show dedicated to the horror, sci-fi, and fantasy genres of feature films, hosted and sponsored by Spike TV. At their 2009 awards, Isabel picked up the award for Breakout Female Performance for her role in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

    Wow, thank you! Thank you Spike for this awesome award, thank you so much! It’s really an honour, thank you. And thank you to Michael Bay for this incredible opportunity, and to cast and crew, especially Shia and Ramon, and for everyone for voting. Have a great night, this is sweet, thanks.

    2006: Dolly Teen Choice Awards – King and Queen of Teen (with Chris Hemsworth)

    Teen idols, television stars, reality TV has-beens and other detritus of Australian celebrity turned up at Luna Park last night for the Dolly Teen Choice Awards. Don’t worry, we didn’t really know what they were either, but we’re reliably informed they are prizes voted on by 66,000 teenage readers of Dolly magazine, across 12 categories.

    To find out more, we went to the best source we know on popular culture, Wikipedia. The main award was for King and Queen of Teen, won by Isabel Lucas and Chris Hemsworth, who play Tasha and Kim in Home and Away. – Source

    2004: TV Week Logie Awards – Most Popular New Female Talent (for Home & Away)

    At the 46th Annual TV Week Logie Awards, Isabel picked up the Logie “Most Popular New Female Talent” for her portrayal of Tasha Andrews in Home & Away. Isabel shared the category with fellow Home & Away co-star Amy Mizzi, Simmone MacKinnon (McLeod’s Daughters), Stephanie McIntosh (Neighbours) and Katrina Milosevic (Stingers). The show was also nominated for “Most Popular Australian Program”, but lost out to McLeod’s Daughters.

    The ceremony took place on April 18, 2004, and Isabel was in attendance with her Home & Away co-stars, wearing a beautiful Collette Dinnigan dress. It was held at the Crown Palladium in Melbourne, and broadcast on the Nine Network. The ceremony was hosted by Eddie McGuire, and guests included Mel Brooks and Ronn Moss. Following the ceremony, Isabel posed for some portraits with fellow Home & Away star Kip Gamblin, who won the “Most Popular New Male Talent” Logie.


    Nominations:
    2008: Cosmopolitan Fun Fearless Female Women of the Year Awards – Inspirational Role Model
    2010: Dolly Teen Choice Awards – Aussie Superstar Of The Year
    2010: MTV Movie Awards – Best WTF Moment (for Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen)
    2011: New York City International Film Festival – Best Actress in a Leading Role (for The Wedding Party)

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    Here you can find all of Isabel’s audio interviews and podcasts! We will try to update with any new she might do, and if you have an interview or podcast we are currently missing then we would appreciate a message. Have fun listening to Isabel – we just adore listening to her humble, wise and down to earth interviews!

    Interviews

    “Careful What You Wish For” interview (2016)

    “In Like Flynn” interview (2019)

    Podcasts

    Alfa Vedic – Episode #63 – Being The Fulcrum Amidst The Chaos

    Isabel recently did a new photoshoot for The Lane (Australia), and we’ve been given 18 gorgeous HQ outtakes from her shoot! She looks incredible, and the jewelry she is modelling is beautiful. Her hair and makeup was done by Alexis Mahoney, Karissa Dalton was the creative director and the stunning photos were photographed by the talented Isabel Sasse. To find the names of the different jewelry Isabel is wearing, head over to The Lane.

    Photoshoots > Photoshoots 2021 > 2021 | Photoshoot #002 – The Lane
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    Welcome to Unicorn’s icon archive. Here you can find icons made by the staff of isabellucasfan.com as well as donated by various fans from around the world. If you would like to donate icons, please contact us. The icons are organized by category.

    Please do not hotlink our icons or post them onto places such as fanpop.com. If you take an icon and post it on another site, please give credit where it is due.

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    Welcome to Unicorns‘s video archive, an extensive collection of Isabel Lucas videos. Here you can browse through talk show interviews, film trailers, episode clips, online interviews, red carpet appearances, fan videos, music videos, short films and much more, related to Isabel and her long career.

    Please note that no harm was intended when posting the videos here. They remain the property of the rightful and original owner(s) and credit will be given if asked. If you’d like a video removed, please contact us and we will remove them promptly upon your request.


    • Award Shows, Events & Red Carpets
      Isabel accepting her awards at various award shows, conducting red carpet interviews, attending conventions and more.
    • Charity Work
      Videos related to the charity work Isabel has done, including her documentaries.
    • Film Productions
      Film trailers, clips, on set footage, behind the scenes features, deleted scenes and more from Isabel's film productions.
    • Miscellaneous
      Various videos of Isabel that don't fit into any of the other categories.
    • Other Projects
      Music videos, short films, commercials and advertisement campaigns Isabel has been a part of through the years.
    • Photoshoots
      Behind the scenes footage from some of Isabel's photoshoots, as well as on the set interviews and more.
    • Talk Shows & Interviews
      Videos of Isabel on various talk shows promoting her projects, such as "Rove", "Today Show", "T4" and more.
    • Television Productions
      Episode promos, clips, on set videos, interviews, deleted scenes and more related to Isabel's TV series.

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    We have just opened our icon archive, which contains more than 500 icons and avatars of Isabel in the sizes 100×100, 300×300 and 400×400! The smaller ones are perfect for forums, discord and WhatsApp, whereas the larger ones can be used on all social media profiles. Most of the avatars are created by either Ann or  myself, but thanks to Cherry Gem for some of the photoshoot ones. Also, thanks to my good friend Kaci for the beautiful theme base! We hope you’ll like this first addition to Unicorn, your upcoming Isabel Lucas fansite. Stay tuned for the full opening in a couple of weeks!

    Hello, and welcome to Unicorn! We are the only fansite dedicated to Aussie actress and activist, Isabel Lucas. All our pages and gallery are still a work in progress, but the full site will be launched in June/July 2021! We will eventually have a detailed information and career section dedicated to Isabel and her work, a large photo gallery, a press archive and a video archive. While waiting, I hope you’ll enjoy our gorgeous header by the talented Cherry Gem Design! We will also share some graphics and random photos while we wait for the full site launch.

    The reason we decided to launch a temporary version right now is that Isabel’s film “Bosch & Rockit” and a TV show called “Eden” which is listed on her IMDB page (but with few details, so I guess we will just have to wait until June 10 to see if she’s actually in it) are both set to be released in the coming month, and we want fans to have a place to find all the latest news. Stay tuned for the full launch of Unicorn, and follow us on twitter!

    Welcome to the Press Archive section of Unicorn! Here you will find an extensive archive with interviews/articles/transcripts/etc found online, in magazines or various videos pertaining to Isabel and her projects. Many of the articles listed have been transcribed by us specifically for this site, so we would appreciate it if our work was not reproduced elsewhere. You can easily navigate to a certain category in the “Jump to” (articles, reviews, interviews, etc.), or view the articles listed by year below.

    JUMP TO:   Interviews  |  Articles  |   Reviews  |  Transcripts | Fashion Reports

    2021:
    11/13/2021
    The Daily Mail
    Actress Isabel Lucas says she is fully vaccinated against everything EXCEPT Covid - and insists she is not anti-vax but 'pro-choice'
    2020:
    03/18/2020
    The Courier-Mail
    Lucas loving life outside the fishbowl
    03/15/2020
    DailyMail
    Isabel Lucas reveals why she quit her US role in MacGyver and left her Hollywood life behind to relocate back to her native Australia
    03/04/2020
    DailyMail
    Isabel Lucas reveals her BIZARRE new role in Byron Bay
    2019:
    10/27/2019
    Metro UK
    Isabel Lucas responds to Liam Hemsworth dating rumours
    09/23/2019
    Peppermint Magazine
    Isabel Lucas x Outland Denim - Interview
    09/16/2019
    New Idea
    Home and Away’s Isabel Lucas reveals life-changing news
    09/15/2019
    Sunday Herald Sun
    Warrior woman Isabel Lucas
    08/20/2019
    Heavy
    Isabel Lucas: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
    05/08/2019
    Dumbo Feather
    What is Newkind? Words by Isabel Lucas
    2018:
    11/20/2018
    Domain
    Isabel Lucas moves home to Australia: the Hollywood star next door
    10/14/2018
    The Sunday Mail (Queensland)
    Isabel Lucas Prefers Byron Bay Home to Away
    09/11/2018
    Gritty Pretty
    Get The Cover Look: Isabel Lucas
    01/18/2018
    The Cairns Post ·
    Star backs day switch
    01/06/2018
    Carter Matt
    MacGyver season 2: Samantha Cage’s fate revealed!
    2017:
    11/14/2017
    SciFi Monkeys
    Isabel Lucas talks ‘The Osiris Child’ and being no stranger to special effects.
    10/17/2017
    The Action Elite
    Isabel Lucas Interview on The Osiris Child
    10/16/2017
    AMFM Magazine
    Isabel Lucas On Confronting The Monsters In Us All
    09/13/2017
    Now to Love
    Home And Away alum Isabel Lucas has joined the MacGyver cast
    08/15/2017
    InStyle/Beauty Crew AU
    Isabel Lucas shares her unusual trick for adding texture to hair
    06/29/2017
    London Evening Standard
    No soap needed … gold tooth and tattoos help Lucas make her mark in sci-fi thriller
    04/00/2017
    Beauticate
    Actors Presenters with Beauticate
    03/28/2017
    The Courier-Mail
    Isabel Chasing Homely Adventures
    03/15/2017
    Bangalore Mirror
    Aussie actress Isabel loves Shringeri and Ayurveda
    02/21/2017
    Gritty Pretty
    Beauty Talk with Isabel Lucas
    02/17/2017
    SMH AU
    Isabel Lucas' 'women's circle' is the secret club we never knew we needed
    02/12/2017
    The Sunday Telegraph
    Why actress Isabel Lucas is happy to stay out of the spotlight
    2016:
    08/29/2016
    Broadsheet
    Why Isabel Lucas is all about vintage finds and packing crystals when she travels
    10/29/2016
    The Daily Telegraph
    Time abroad taught Isabel Lucas well, the Aussie actress claims
    08/26/2016
    The Advertiser
    Flying home and away for fashion
    08/26/2016
    Herald Sun
    Isabel Lucas Floats In For The Fest
    08/16/2016
    The Daily Mail
    Isabel Lucas says her busy acting schedule prevents her from watching television even though she's a working actress
    08/07/2016
    Sunday Herald Sun
    Isabel's Project of Passion
    07/13/2016
    Herald Sun
    Glam City - Melbourne Spring Fashion Week
    06/10/2016
    The Movie Blog
    Actress Isabel Lucas Discusses “Careful What You Wish For”
    2015:
    04/23/2015
    Look to the Stars
    New Film Features 100 Celebrity Narrators
    2014:
    12/22/2014
    SBS AU
    The Water Diviner Review
    11/14/2014
    Look to the Stars
    Stars Support Ruby Red Fundraiser for Neglected Horses
    08/22/2014
    InStyle
    5 Things to Know About Bohemian Bombshell Isabel Lucas
    07/01/2014
    Eric Spitznagel
    Isabel Lucas On Sex, Death, and Hallucinating on Mt. Kilimanjaro
    2013:
    11/30/2013
    The Weekend Post
    Isabel Lucas Shines
    11/24/2013
    DailyLife
    Isabel Lucas: I'm grateful to be focused on work
    10/26/2013
    The West Australian
    Isabel Lucas honours the Kimberley
    2012:
    09/10/2012
    Uproxx
    Isabel Lucas to play femme fatale in new thriller
    03/25/2012
    Sunday Territorian
    Isabel Lucas Pledges 100 Trees
    2011:
    11/23/2011
    Interview Magazine
    Interview with Interview Magazine
    11/15/2011
    Vogue Australia
    Wild at Heart: Isabel Lucas (Vogue Australia Spread)
    11/10/2011
    SBS AU
    Immortals Review
    11/09/2011
    MovieWeb
    Isabel Lucas Talks Immortals
    11/07/2011
    Marie Claire
    Marie Claire Magazine: Surf's Up
    04/08/2011
    Coming Soon
    WonderCon Exclusive Interview: Tarsem Singh and Isabel Lucas
    04/01/2011
    SMH AU
    Airhead or ingenue? Interview about "Red Dawn", activism and more.
    03/16/2011
    SBS AU
    A Heartbeat Away Review
    03/10/2011
    Townsville Bulletin
    Isabel’s Top Brass (A Heartbeat Away)
    03/07/2011
    AceShowbiz
    Michael Bay Admits 'Transformers 2' Was 'Crap'
    2010:
    04/25/2010
    SMH AU
    Interview: Isabel Lucas - The shy, inspiring type
    07/23/2010
    SBS AU
    The Wedding Party Review
    03/21/2010
    Sunday Herald Sun
    Isabel’s heart is in jazz
    01/12/2010
    Herald Sun
    Isabel Lucas on a high (Mount Kilimanjaro Climb Article)
    01/11/2010
    Unknown
    Isabel Lucas - Sea Shepherds And Summits For Charity
    01/07/2010
    The Guardian
    "Daybreakers" (2010) Movie Review by The Guardian
    01/06/2010
    The Courier-Mail
    Coining it for Coral Sea aid
    2010
    SOTS Tumblr
    Isabel Lucas: Why I Joined the Summit on The Summit Climb
    01/00/2010
    Sea Shepherd
    Isabel Lucas, Starship and Sea Shepherd join forces for the Whales
    2009:
    10/24/2009
    The Weekend Post
    Isabel Lucas stars in Coral Sea battle
    07/27/2009
    Geelong Advertiser
    Lucas a new kid on the boulevard (Interview)
    07/07/2009
    Gizmodo
    Why Just 2 Seconds of Transformers 2 Took 3 Months to Complete
    07/02/2009
    Wenn
    Isabel Lucas Never Dated LaBeouf, But Insists He's A Catch
    06/29/2009
    People
    The Various Transformations of Isabel Lucas
    06/00/2009
    Details
    Isabel Lucas — the Alluring Aussie Takes On America
    06/00/2009
    Movies ie
    Isabel Lucas talks about going from Home and Away to Transformers
    05/18/2009
    Teen Vogue
    Isabel Lucas - Summer Catch
    05/16/2009
    The Weekend Post
    School visit close to Isabel’s heart
    05/07/2009
    Herald Sun
    Isabel on the Hollywood radar
    02/09/2009
    The Cairns Post
    Our Isabel touched by misery
    01/15/2009
    AceShowbiz
    Roberto Orci Addresses Some 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen' Rumors
    01/09/2009
    AceShowbiz
    Trailer of 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen' to Debut During Super Bowl
    01/09/2009
    The Weekend Post
    Parents back star’s whale campaign
    00/00/2009
    Deborah Bassett
    Isabel on Ocean Activism and Saving Dolphins in Japan
    00/00/2009
    Nylon Magazine
    Nylon Magazine feature: Isabel Lucas *Unicorn Exclusive*
    2008:
    11/01/2008
    AceShowbiz
    Alice's Nature in 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen' Revealed
    10/17/2008
    Herald Sun
    She’s apples in US
    09/26/2008
    Wenn
    Labeouf Had No Idea His Hand Was Smashed After Crash
    08/31/2008
    PopSugar
    Adrian Defends the Paparazzi and His Relationship With Isabel
    08/12/2008
    People
    Adrian Grenier and Isabel Lucas Split
    07/30/2008
    Wenn
    Grenier Saves Lucas From Car Crash Questions
    07/30/2008
    Wenn
    Isabel Lucas' Mother: 'LaBeouf Was Not Drunk'
    07/29/2008
    The Insider
    Shia Labeouf's Passenger Isabel Lucas Back to Work!
    07/29/2008
    Wenn
    Labeouf Urged To Run Away From Crash Scene
    06/04/2008
    Cairns Eye
    Eco Transformer
    05/18/2008
    SMH AU
    Lucas's green cause close to her heart
    01/00/2008
    InStyle Magazine
    InStyle Magazine: Fashion Report, January 2008
    2007:
    11/24/2007
    Townsville Bulletin
    Arrest won’t stop Lucas
    11/23/2007
    The Cairns Post
    Lucas a lover in Pacific epic
    08/04/2007
    News.com.au
    Isabel Lucas lands role in Daybreakers
    08/01/2007
    The Weekend Post
    The Weekend Post Letter from someone who knew Isabel before she became famous
    07/25/2007
    The Cairns Post
    Isabel Lucas - Stars in her Eyes *Unicorn Exclusive*
    07/00/2007
    FHM Australia
    FHM Australia Spread
    04/14/2007
    New Idea
    Isabel's African Affair
    03/17/2007
    News.com.au
    Isabel Lucas Follows Kate Winslet
    2006:
    11/16/2006
    The Daily Telegraph
    Isabel is at Home in Africa
    2005:
    12/00/2005
    InStyle Magazine
    Fashion Report: White Mischief
    00/00/2005
    Burst Magazine
    Burst Magazine Interview *Unicorn Exclusive*
    00/00/2005
    Disney Girl AU
    Disney Girl: Isabel's Style Secrets! *Unicorn Exclusive*
    2004:
    08/00/2004
    Disney Girl AU
    Teen Power! The Celeb difference (Disney Girl AU Feature) *Unicorn Exclusive*

    Interviews
    04/25/2010
    SMH AU
    Interview: Isabel Lucas - The shy, inspiring type
    08/29/2016
    Broadsheet
    Why Isabel Lucas is all about vintage finds and packing crystals when she travels
    03/18/2020
    The Courier-Mail
    Lucas loving life outside the fishbowl
    09/23/2019
    Peppermint Magazine
    Isabel Lucas x Outland Denim - Interview
    09/15/2019
    Sunday Herald Sun
    Warrior woman Isabel Lucas
    09/11/2018
    Gritty Pretty
    Get The Cover Look: Isabel Lucas
    11/14/2017
    SciFi Monkeys
    Isabel Lucas talks ‘The Osiris Child’ and being no stranger to special effects.
    10/17/2017
    The Action Elite
    Isabel Lucas Interview on The Osiris Child
    10/16/2017
    AMFM Magazine
    Isabel Lucas On Confronting The Monsters In Us All
    08/15/2017
    InStyle/Beauty Crew AU
    Isabel Lucas shares her unusual trick for adding texture to hair
    04/00/2017
    Beauticate
    Actors Presenters with Beauticate
    02/21/2017
    Gritty Pretty
    Beauty Talk with Isabel Lucas
    02/12/2017
    The Sunday Telegraph
    Why actress Isabel Lucas is happy to stay out of the spotlight
    10/29/2016
    The Daily Telegraph
    Time abroad taught Isabel Lucas well, the Aussie actress claims
    06/10/2016
    The Movie Blog
    Actress Isabel Lucas Discusses “Careful What You Wish For”
    08/22/2014
    InStyle
    5 Things to Know About Bohemian Bombshell Isabel Lucas
    07/01/2014
    Eric Spitznagel
    Isabel Lucas On Sex, Death, and Hallucinating on Mt. Kilimanjaro
    11/24/2013
    DailyLife
    Isabel Lucas: I'm grateful to be focused on work
    11/23/2011
    Interview Magazine
    Interview with Interview Magazine
    11/15/2011
    Vogue Australia
    Wild at Heart: Isabel Lucas (Vogue Australia Spread)
    11/09/2011
    MovieWeb
    Isabel Lucas Talks Immortals
    11/07/2011
    Marie Claire
    Marie Claire Magazine: Surf's Up
    04/08/2011
    Coming Soon
    WonderCon Exclusive Interview: Tarsem Singh and Isabel Lucas
    04/01/2011
    SMH AU
    Airhead or ingenue? Interview about "Red Dawn", activism and more.
    03/10/2011
    Townsville Bulletin
    Isabel’s Top Brass (A Heartbeat Away)
    07/27/2009
    Geelong Advertiser
    Lucas a new kid on the boulevard (Interview)
    06/00/2009
    Details
    Isabel Lucas — the Alluring Aussie Takes On America
    06/00/2009
    Movies ie
    Isabel Lucas talks about going from Home and Away to Transformers
    00/00/2009
    Nylon Magazine
    Nylon Magazine feature: Isabel Lucas *Unicorn Exclusive*
    07/30/2008
    Wenn
    Grenier Saves Lucas From Car Crash Questions
    06/04/2008
    Cairns Eye
    Eco Transformer
    01/00/2008
    InStyle Magazine
    InStyle Magazine: Fashion Report, January 2008
    07/00/2007
    FHM Australia
    FHM Australia Spread
    04/14/2007
    New Idea
    Isabel's African Affair
    03/17/2007
    News.com.au
    Isabel Lucas Follows Kate Winslet
    12/00/2005
    InStyle Magazine
    Fashion Report: White Mischief
    00/00/2005
    Burst Magazine
    Burst Magazine Interview *Unicorn Exclusive*
    00/00/2005
    Disney Girl AU
    Disney Girl: Isabel's Style Secrets! *Unicorn Exclusive*
    08/00/2004
    Disney Girl AU
    Teen Power! The Celeb difference (Disney Girl AU Feature) *Unicorn Exclusive*

    Articles
    03/18/2020
    The Courier-Mail
    Lucas loving life outside the fishbowl
    03/15/2020
    DailyMail
    Isabel Lucas reveals why she quit her US role in MacGyver and left her Hollywood life behind to relocate back to her native Australia
    03/04/2020
    DailyMail
    Isabel Lucas reveals her BIZARRE new role in Byron Bay
    10/27/2019
    Metro UK
    Isabel Lucas responds to Liam Hemsworth dating rumours
    09/15/2019
    Sunday Herald Sun
    Warrior woman Isabel Lucas
    08/20/2019
    Heavy
    Isabel Lucas: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
    05/08/2019
    Dumbo Feather
    What is Newkind? Words by Isabel Lucas
    11/20/2018
    Domain
    Isabel Lucas moves home to Australia: the Hollywood star next door
    01/18/2018
    The Cairns Post ·
    Star backs day switch
    01/06/2018
    Carter Matt
    MacGyver season 2: Samantha Cage’s fate revealed!
    09/13/2017
    Now to Love
    Home And Away alum Isabel Lucas has joined the MacGyver cast
    06/29/2017
    London Evening Standard
    No soap needed … gold tooth and tattoos help Lucas make her mark in sci-fi thriller
    03/28/2017
    The Courier-Mail
    Isabel Chasing Homely Adventures
    02/17/2017
    SMH AU
    Isabel Lucas' 'women's circle' is the secret club we never knew we needed
    08/26/2016
    The Advertiser
    Flying home and away for fashion
    08/26/2016
    Herald Sun
    Isabel Lucas Floats In For The Fest
    08/16/2016
    The Daily Mail
    Isabel Lucas says her busy acting schedule prevents her from watching television even though she's a working actress
    11/30/2013
    The Weekend Post
    Isabel Lucas Shines
    11/24/2013
    DailyLife
    Isabel Lucas: I'm grateful to be focused on work
    10/26/2013
    The West Australian
    Isabel Lucas honours the Kimberley
    09/10/2012
    Uproxx
    Isabel Lucas to play femme fatale in new thriller
    11/15/2011
    Vogue Australia
    Wild at Heart: Isabel Lucas (Vogue Australia Spread)
    11/07/2011
    Marie Claire
    Marie Claire Magazine: Surf's Up
    04/01/2011
    SMH AU
    Airhead or ingenue? Interview about "Red Dawn", activism and more.
    03/10/2011
    Townsville Bulletin
    Isabel’s Top Brass (A Heartbeat Away)
    03/07/2011
    AceShowbiz
    Michael Bay Admits 'Transformers 2' Was 'Crap'
    01/12/2010
    Herald Sun
    Isabel Lucas on a high (Mount Kilimanjaro Climb Article)
    07/27/2009
    Geelong Advertiser
    Lucas a new kid on the boulevard (Interview)
    07/07/2009
    Gizmodo
    Why Just 2 Seconds of Transformers 2 Took 3 Months to Complete
    07/02/2009
    Wenn
    Isabel Lucas Never Dated LaBeouf, But Insists He's A Catch
    06/29/2009
    People
    The Various Transformations of Isabel Lucas
    05/18/2009
    Teen Vogue
    Isabel Lucas - Summer Catch
    01/15/2009
    AceShowbiz
    Roberto Orci Addresses Some 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen' Rumors
    01/09/2009
    AceShowbiz
    Trailer of 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen' to Debut During Super Bowl
    00/00/2009
    Nylon Magazine
    Nylon Magazine feature: Isabel Lucas *Unicorn Exclusive*
    11/01/2008
    AceShowbiz
    Alice's Nature in 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen' Revealed
    09/26/2008
    Wenn
    Labeouf Had No Idea His Hand Was Smashed After Crash
    08/31/2008
    PopSugar
    Adrian Defends the Paparazzi and His Relationship With Isabel
    08/12/2008
    People
    Adrian Grenier and Isabel Lucas Split
    07/30/2008
    Wenn
    Grenier Saves Lucas From Car Crash Questions
    07/30/2008
    Wenn
    Isabel Lucas' Mother: 'LaBeouf Was Not Drunk'
    07/29/2008
    The Insider
    Shia Labeouf's Passenger Isabel Lucas Back to Work!
    07/29/2008
    Wenn
    Labeouf Urged To Run Away From Crash Scene
    06/04/2008
    Cairns Eye
    Eco Transformer
    11/23/2007
    The Cairns Post
    Lucas a lover in Pacific epic
    07/25/2007
    The Cairns Post
    Isabel Lucas - Stars in her Eyes *Unicorn Exclusive*
    04/14/2007
    New Idea
    Isabel's African Affair
    03/17/2007
    News.com.au
    Isabel Lucas Follows Kate Winslet
    11/16/2006
    The Daily Telegraph
    Isabel is at Home in Africa
    08/00/2004
    Disney Girl AU
    Teen Power! The Celeb difference (Disney Girl AU Feature) *Unicorn Exclusive*

    Reviews
    12/22/2014
    SBS AU
    The Water Diviner Review
    11/10/2011
    SBS AU
    Immortals Review
    03/16/2011
    SBS AU
    A Heartbeat Away Review
    07/23/2010
    SBS AU
    The Wedding Party Review
    01/07/2010
    The Guardian
    "Daybreakers" (2010) Movie Review by The Guardian

    Transcripts
    00/00/2009
    Nylon Magazine
    Nylon Magazine feature: Isabel Lucas *Unicorn Exclusive*
    07/25/2007
    The Cairns Post
    Isabel Lucas - Stars in her Eyes *Unicorn Exclusive*
    00/00/2005
    Burst Magazine
    Burst Magazine Interview *Unicorn Exclusive*
    08/00/2004
    Disney Girl AU
    Teen Power! The Celeb difference (Disney Girl AU Feature) *Unicorn Exclusive*

    Fashion Reports
    01/00/2008
    InStyle Magazine
    InStyle Magazine: Fashion Report, January 2008
    12/00/2005
    InStyle Magazine
    Fashion Report: White Mischief
    00/00/2005
    Disney Girl AU
    Disney Girl: Isabel's Style Secrets! *Unicorn Exclusive*

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    Welcome to Unicorn’s media section. Here you can find audio files, downloads and graphics of Isabel, as well as graphic resources that will help you create your own Izzy graphics. Everything in our archive is free for fans to use wherever they please, but please do not re-post our work on other fansites without a credit link back to us. If you want to donate something, please contact us.

    AUDIO
    Audio interviews, podcasts and more you can download or listen to here at the site.
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    DOWNLOADS
    Zipped folders of screencaps, short video clips and other Izzy downloads.
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    GRAPHICS
    Wallpapers, blends, avatars, GIFs and more (100×100 icon is in a separate iconvault below)
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    iCONVAULT
    100×100 icons of Isabel from events, films, TV and shoots for your online profiles.
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    RESOURCES
    PSD colorings, PNG files and cropped avatar/icon bases you can use to make Izzy graphics.
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    Here you can learn more about Miss Lucas! We have an extensive archive of information on Isabel and her career, where everything has been written, collected or created by the staff at Unicorn especially for our site and its visitors.

    AWARDS & NOMINATIONS
    A growing list of the awards she has won or was nominated for during the years.
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    ACTIVISM & CAUSES
    Learn about the work Isabel has done for organizations such as Save the Whales.
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    BIOGRAPHY
    An in-depth look at Isabel’s life and career so far.
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    BOOKS
    Take a look inside Isabel’s bookshelf, and find out what she thinks about the books!
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    CONTACT
    If you want to send Isabel a fan letter, you can find the fan address in here.
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    FAVORITES
    Find out what’s Isabel’s favorite things and learn more about them
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    HAIRSTYLES
    Isabel has had several different hairstyles – blonde, brown, pixie, see them all in here.
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    LIFESTYLE
    Learn more about Isabel’s lifestyle, why she became a vegetarian, ayurveda and more.
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    POETRY
    Isabel writes some beautiful poetry – find some of it in here.
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    QUOTES
    A collection of quotes from Isabel herself, as well as others on Isabel
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    TRIVIA
    Interesting trivia on Isabel you might not know!
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    TIMELINE
    A timeline of the most important dates in Isabel’s life, as well as a through the years lookbook.
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