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Biography for Isabel LucasIsabel Lucas (born 29 Jan. 1985 (28 years ago)) is an Australian actress perhaps best known for her role as Tasha Andrews on the Australian TV soap opera Home and Away (2003–2006) and for her active role in various environmental awareness organisations including Greenpeace International. Lucas moved to Los Angeles in early 2008 (5 years ago) and has since been featured in movie and TV projects including Transformers (5 walls): Revenge of the Fallen and Rights Revoked, a documentary shot with friend and actress Elissa Sursara for Animal Planet.
Early yearsLucas was born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. As a child, Lucas lived in Cairns, in Far North Queensland. She also had stints in Switzerland, Kakadu, and Australia's Northern Territory. She has a Swiss mother and an Australian father and speaks German and French in addition to her native English. Lucas went to a high school named St Monica's College in Cairns, Queensland, Australia.
CareerLucas enrolled in the Victorian College of Arts but had never pursued commercial roles until she was spotted at the Port Douglas market by Sharron Meissner, a Sydney theatrical agent. She auditioned for the role of Kit Hunter in Home and Away (now played by Amy Mizzi); although the producer of the show, Julie McGauran, felt that role was not right for Isabel, she was sufficiently impressed to have a new character, Tasha Andrews, created for her. Lucas won a Logie Award (for new popular talent) for her performance on the program. Playing Tasha Andrews on Home and Away was Lucas' first TV role. She also appeared in an American TV commercial for Crest toothpaste. Lucas is currently working on her movie debut, the upcoming vampire thriller Daybreakers, set for release in Jan. 2010 (3 years ago) and starring Ethan Hawke.
Lucas has been cast as Gwen in the Steven Spielberg World War II miniseries, The Pacific. She also appeared in Transformers (5 walls): Revenge of the Fallen as Alice. In a recent article, Lucas refused to speculate on her latest casting. Reports have suggested that although assigned to the William Morris Talent Agency in Los Angeles through the auspices of Meissner Management, Lucas obtained the role of Alice in her native Australia before moving permanently to America. It has been claimed that Lucas was handpicked by Steven Spielberg. However, Michael Bay, director and producer of Transformers (5 walls), has denied that Spielberg influenced the decision to cast her.
Personal lifeLucas dated her former Home & Away co-star Chris Hemsworth until Jun. 2006 (7 years ago). She dated American actor Adrian Grenier during 2008 (5 years ago), but they split up in August. She suffered a minor head injury in Jul. 2008 (5 years ago) in a car accident while she was a passenger in Transformers (5 walls) co-star Shia LaBeouf's car. She was not seriously injured, but he was cited with a misdemeanour DUI.
ActivismIn Oct. 2007 (6 years ago), Lucas was part of a group of 30 people from Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (including American actress Hayden Panettiere (56 walls) and Australian Surfing Instructor Vaya Phrachanh) who took part in a protest against whaling in Taiji, Wakayama, Japan. The group paddled out on surfboards to the whales to attempt to stop the hunt, but they were forced to turn around after being intercepted by one of the fishing boats. They drove straight to Osaka airport and left the country to avoid being arrested for trespassing by the Japanese police. There is still an outstanding arrest warrant for Lucas in Japan. Many Japanese consider this kind of act as an attack on their culture.However, in a news interview, Lucas stated that this was for purely economic reasons as polls show that 70% of Japanese oppose whaling. Taiji's fishery cooperative union argues that these protesters "continue wilfully to distort the facts about this fishery" and that the protesters' agendas are "based neither on international law nor on science but rather on emotion for economic self-interest."
Lucas is a spokesperson for the National Breast Cancer Foundation and supports many organisations including, World Vision The Humour Foundation Women Against Violence Oxfam Community Aid Abroad Global Green Plan Save the Whales Again
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