Isabelle is one of the most iconic characters in American culture, and it’s no surprise that her life story is one that has inspired many to celebrate the milestone of her 50th birthday.
Her life story has been the focus of countless movies, TV shows, and books, and her legacy is still being explored in the current HBO series The Night Before.
It’s been 20 years since Isabelle left New Mexico to begin a career in television and was the star of a new ABC series called The Night before.
She returned to the States with her husband, Tom, in 1983, where she spent nearly half of her life.
At the time, the couple owned a ranch in Mexico and had five children.
In 1992, she was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
“I’ve always said it’s a big, big deal for us to have to tell her story,” Tom said.
We’ve always wanted to celebrate it and give her a celebration and a hug.
There were so many movies and TV shows and books and comics that we just wanted to tell it.
But, it’s been a big deal to her family.
Her husband Tom says they’ve always loved the movie, but the series has always been the one they’ve wanted to see more of.
“I think that’s probably one of her biggest regrets, because she loves her job and she loves to do her job, but I think we always wanted more of her story to come to life,” he said.
But even after she’s finished her treatments, Isabelle continues to serve as a catalyst for a larger conversation.
Tom is still married to Isabelle’s mother, Elisabeth, and their two young daughters, Hannah and Alyssa.
The show has given Isabelle a chance to speak out about what it’s like to be cancer-free and how that affects her life now.
On Monday, she spoke with The Washington Post about her life, her future, and how she feels about being cancer-positive.
You’re the best. “
I want to say to you all, thank you.
You’re the best.
Thank you for coming to me.
You’ve given me so much love.
I have to do the same.
I don’t need you, you’re my best friend.
I’ll just say, thank all of you.”
Watch the full interview above.
New Horizons’ director, Joe Weisberg, and star/co-writer/executive producer, J.J. Abrams, both spoke about the show at the 2017 Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour.