JasonIsaacsonline.com is a completely UNOFFICIAL, nonsanctioned, unacknowledged effort
with no direct connection to Jason Isaacs or any of his agents or
representatives. Neither the administrators nor any moderators of
the affiliated message board, http://jasonisaacsonline.com/phpBB/index.php, has any way to contact Mr. Isaacs.
Kids, you're on your own. When Mr. Isaacs
signs up to do a movie, he may be contracted to participate in some
publicity activity therefor. There is no
requirement, however, for him to respond in any way to fan mail,
which—particularly since the appearance of the Harry Potter
franchise—can reach positively epic proportions; as the song has it,
Mr. Isaacs is apparently big in Japan.
That said, Mr. Isaacs has expressed pleasure at
receiving fan mail; due to constraints of space and general life
accommodation, he probably prefers to get postcards or notes rather
than gifts. If you'd like to write to Mr. Isaacs, the following
are the most reliable accurate addresses we have. Remember that
any response is a delightful surprise, not something you should depend
upon receiving. Mr. Isaacs takes his own time to prepare any
answers himself. If you are writing to request a picture, please
include a stamped, self-addressed envelope of a size adequate to
accommodate a photo. If you write to an address outside your own
country, it is considered polite to include IRCs (International Reply
Coupons)--these are vouchers which a recipient can take to their own
post office to exchange for their local stamps*. You should be
able to get an idea of how much the postage for a large envelope from
the U.S. or the UK back to you would be from a local-based website,
then purchase an equivalent value in IRCs from your post office for
enclosure with your envelope.
c/o David DeCamillo
The Gersh Agency
232 N. Canon Dr.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(Nb: a kind fan wrote to advise that when she tried this addy, her letter was returned; I don't know if that means Mr. Isaacs is no longer affiliated with Gersh, Mr. DeCamillo has moved on, or what. Sorry.)
c/o Jeff Golenberg
9100 Wilshire Blvd.
Ste. 700 West
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
In the UK:
c/o Paul Lyon-Maris
Independent Talent Group LTD
76 Oxford Street
London, W1D 1BS
(The UK agent's office is located in a large, unimpressive
building about which Bill Bryson has probably had a good rant, along a
somewhat unsalubrious stretch of Oxford Street. It was flanked,
on the occasion of my visit in August 2003, by an unusual number of
shops displaying thigh-high, stilleto-heeled, pointy-toed
boots in lurid shades of PVC on their outside racks, with helpful signs
pointing out that they now carry them in men's sizes up to 12EE.
It looked like the kind of discouraging edifice to which Darth Vader
might resort for help with his retirement stipend. Not at all
what I was picturing:)
or use to mulch their gardens, or line the bottom of their pet
containers, or paper the garage walls, or use to note phone numbers, or
wrap chewed wads of gum for discard, or...
If you'd like to write to the webmistress, please direct e-mail to admin at jasonisaacsonline dot com
(to reduce spam, this address is not provided as a hotlink; please cut
and paste it into your e-mail address line, replacing the words "at"
and "dot" with the appropriate symbols). Diane has kindly offered to respond to general fan questions at diane at portraitplanet dot com.
Otherwise, check the message board--someone else may have been curious about your very topic!
Diane's site, http://www.portraitplanet.com/jason.html,
features some of her artworks of Jason Isaacs, together with
statistical information (she provides the most comprehensive site
dealing with the eternal question, "Why does he always die??") and a
collection of memorable lines from some of his characters.
Char's site, http://www.jasonisaacsphotoalbumsonline.com/, has a fabulous collection of images from most of his projects and public appearances, plus news about upcoming appearances.
There's another nice, friendly message board with fans who are delighted to chat about Jason Isaacs (or not!) at the FanZone.
And don't forget to visit here: http://www.one.org/international/
Updated: 11 August 2008