"Top Gun" director Tony Scott reportedly battled inoperable brain cancer before jumping to his death off the the Vincent Thomas Bridge in Los Angeles on Sunday (August 19).
Sources close to the director tell ABC news that Tony knew of the diagnosis and a rep at the Coroner's Office says several letters addressed to loved ones were found in his car. Additionally, a suicide note was subsequently found at Mr.
Tony Scott, the director "Top Gun" and "Crimson Tide" who died on Sunday after apparently jumping off a bridge in Los Angeles, had inoperable brain cancer according to a report. Read Post
Famed Hollywood filmmaker Tony Scott, who leapt to his death off the Vincent Thomas Bridge in Los Angeles yesterday afternoon, had been diagnosed with inoperable brain cancer according to ABC News. More » Read Post
Top Gun director Tony Scott, who jumped off a Los Angeles bridge to his death yesterday, was suffering from inoperable brain cancer, an insider tells ABC News. Police got multiple calls about the jump yesterday around 12:35pm; a num... Read Post