Person    | Female  Born 3/4/1965  Died 18/9/2006

Brixton Brady

Categories: Cyclist, Tragedy

Countries: New Zealand

Active in the queer arts community, once photographed by Karl Lagerfeld for Vogue. Brixton was aged 41 when, cycling to work, a lorry crashed into her and she and died at the scene.

According to the the Internet Movie Database she was born as Elizabeth Fisher (although they refer to her as a 'he') and the Open Media Database states she was born in Ashburton, New Zealand.

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Brixton Brady

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Brixton Brady

3rd April 1965 - 18th September 2006. Loving you always my Love Brixton, Lord...

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