Isaac Levenbrown, Screening Room Designer for Hollywood’s Elite, Dies at 65
His clients included Michael Ovitz, Barry Diller, Sharon Stone, Dustin Hoffman and Jennifer Garner
Isaac Levenbrown, who designed and installed high-end audio-video systems and screening rooms for Hollywood’s top talent agencies, law firms, executives, agents, attorneys and celebrities, has died. He was 65.
Levenbrown, whose survivors include his wife, writer-producer Jessica Klein (Beverly Hills, 90210), and a son, APA vp Joshua Levenbrown, died Nov. 29 at his home on the Eastern Shore of Virginia after a struggle with throat cancer.
Levenbrown’s industry clients included Endeavor, Paradigm, Michael Ovitz, Jerry Perenchio, Skip Brittenham, Sharon Stone (he worked with Ralph Lauren on her room), Dustin Hoffman, Matt Reeves, Paul Feig, Barry Diller, Arnold Kopelson, Roddy McDowall, Jennifer Garner, Mort Marcus and Debbie Klein.
A native of Brooklyn, Levenbrown studied film at UCLA, where he graduated with a degree in fine arts. He moved to Virginia three years ago and became a painter of oversize portraits that feature political and emotional themes.
Survivors also include his sister, Cheryl, daughter Brittany, son Jonathan, stepdaughter Shira and and three grandchildren.
Donations may be made to Chabad of the University of Toronto, supporting Jewish life on campus.