Israel Broussard Biography, Age, Twitter, Family and Movies

Israel Broussard Biography

Israel Broussard (full name: Isaiah Israel Broussard) is an American actor who is famous for among other roles, the teen romance film To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018). 

His other films include: the comedy-drama Flipped, The Bling Ring (a 2013 crime film), Perfect High (a 2015 drama film), H8RZ (a 2015 thriller), Good Kids (a 2016 comedy) and the slasher film Happy Death Day (2017).

Israel Broussard Age

The To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before Actor is 24 years old as of 2018. He was born on 22 August 1994 in Gulfport, Mississippi, United States.

Israel Broussard Family

Israel is the son of Angela Clapp, a Mary Kay cosmetics consultant and Lawrence Clayton Adams, who died in 1999 when Israel was four years old, leaving behind his wife and two children. Broussard’s mother remarried later on to a computer programmer by the name Gil Broussard.

His stepfather would later adopt him together with Aubrey, his older sister. Israel has another sibling, a younger half-brother, Keller, from his mother’s remarriage.

Israel Broussard’s Photo

Israel Broussard Height

Broussard is 1.8 m tall.

Broussard’s Career

Actor Israel Broussard began acting in films where he had minor roles. His first was in the comedy-drama Flipped (2010) as Garrett Einbinder and in 2010, he got another minor role in the comedy The Chaperone as Josh. He also landed a role in Sofia Coppola’s crime film The Bling Ring (2013).

He featured in the music video for M83’s “Claudia Lewis” alongside Lily Collins in 2013 and in 2015, he featured in a Lifetime film Perfect High where he portrayed the character of Carson Taft. In 2016, he starred as Mike “Spice” Jennings in the comedy film Good Kids.

In 2017, he starred as Carter Davis, opposite Jessica Rothe, in Christopher Landon’s horror film Happy Death Day and had another starring role in the film Extinction in 2018. He also got a role in the young adult romance film To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before as Josh Sanderson.

Israel Broussard Flipped

Flipped is 2010 romantic comedy-drama film on which Broussard plays a minor role as Garrett Einbinder.

Israel Broussard The Bling Ring

The Bling Ring is a Sofia Coppola’s satirical crime film in which Broussard features as Marc Hall, alongside other actresses like . The film is based on a real-life group of teenage burglars called the Bling Ring. For this film, Broussard received praise for his performance.

Israel Broussard Extinction

Extinction is a science fiction thriller film about a father who has a recurring dream/vision about the loss of his family while witnessing a force bent on destruction. Broussard is among the film’s stars as he plays the charcter of Miles, a soldier. Other leading roles include that of Peter (played by Michael Peña), Alice, Peter’s wife (played by Lizzy Caplan) and David, Peter’s boss (played by Mike Colter).

Israel Broussard And Emma Watson

Broussard acts on the crime film, The Bling Ring (2013), alongside Emma Watson and other actors and actresses like Katie Chang, Taissa Farmiga, and Claire Julien.

Israel Broussard Movies

Happy Death Day 2U
Carter Davis
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before
Josh Sanderson
Happy Death Day
Carter Davis
Say You Will
Bobby Nimitz
Good Kids
Mike “Spice” Jennings
Jack Stanton
Jack of the Red Hearts
Robert Adams
Earth to Echo
The Bling Ring
Marc Hall
The Chaperone
Garrett Einbinder

Broussard’s TV Series

Fear the Walking Dead
James McCalister
Perfect High
Carson Taft
Sons of Anarchy
Joey Noone
Romantically Challenged
Justin Thomas

Israel Broussard Instagram

Israel Broussard Twitter

Shortly after the release of the Netflix film To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, Broussard was found to have made anti-Black Lives Matter statements on his Twitter account, which is no longer available. The tweets were uncovered on August 21, 2018.

He had also written some other tweets that were deemed to be offensive like “Dogs can sense earthquakes. Too bad Japan ate them all.” This was written three months after the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami. He was also found to have liked tweets promoting Sandy Hook conspiracy theories, anti-Muslim, and pro–Second Amendment tweets. Several twitter account holders did not take the actor’s tweets kindly.

He has since apologized on Twitter, stating, “I am dedicated to becoming a more informed and educated version of myself.”

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