Israel Broussard is an American actor who started his career with the movie Flipped in 2010. He is best known for the role of Marc Hall in the crime film The Bling Ring and Miles in the film Extinction.
Similarly, Israel is also recognized for his performances in movies like Perfect High, H8RZ, Good Kids, Happy Death Day, Happy Death Day 2U, and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.
American actor Israel Broussard has a net worth of $2 million. All of his fortunes are gathered from his films and TV series career. Besides that, he also adds a few sums of money from TV advertisements, commercials, and endorsement deals, and sponsorships.
Generally, an actor earns a salary between $37,000 to $57,000, and Netflix actors are paid $30,000 per episode over the first two seasons. Later, their earnings can increase between $200,000 to $250,000.
25-year-old actor Israel Broussard was born Isaiah Israel Adams on August 22, 1994, in Gulfport, Mississippi, the United States to parents Angela Clapp and Lawrence Clayton Adamas. He was only four years old when his father died.
Later, his mother married a computer programmer, Gil Broussard, who adopted him and his sister, Aubrey. Similarly, he has a younger half-brother named Keller.
Extinction actor Israel Broussard has not revealed his relationship status to the media. According to some online sources, he is dating French actress and model, Keana Marie- the couple began tagging each other on their Instagram in 2017.
As per the rumors, Happy Death Day actor posted a picture of Marie on December 19, 2017, stating she is the best part of his life. However, the photo is now not available on his Instagram. After two days, Keana also shared their picture, revealing that the duo was together on an adventure trip.
Moreover, Broussard also posted a picture with his rumored girlfriend stating:
That’s just the way you make me feel.
The image is also now deleted. On March 29, 2018, Keana uploaded a picture with Israel writing “warmth” on a picture.
Though the pair has never openly addressed their relationship, their Instagram tells a different story.
5 feet 11 inches tall actor Israel Broussard began his acting career as Garrett Einbinder in the film Flipped. The same year, he appeared in the TV series Romantically Challenged. After a year, the actor played Josh in the movie The Chaperone.
Additionally, in 2013, the Flipped actor featured in the film The Bling Ring and on the series Sons of Anarchy. The next year, he appeared in the movie Earth to Echo. Likewise, in 2015, he starred as Jack Stanton in the movie H8RZ alongside Abigail Spencer, Eliza Bennett, Jeremy Sisto, Malcolm Mays, and Cary Elwes.
Moreover, after two years, in 2017, The Bling Ring appeared in the film Happy Death Day with Jessica Rothe. Similarly, he is a part of the films and TV series such as Good Kids, Say You Will, and Extinction, Happy Death Day 2U, Perfect High, Fear the Walking Dead, and Into the Dark.
Some of Israel’s film with its budget and box office earnings are listed below:
|Movies||Budget||Box Office Earnings|
|The Bling Ring||$8 million||$19.1 million|
|Earth to Echo||$13 million||$45.3 million|
|Happy Death Day||$4.8 million||$125.5 million|
|Happy Death Day 2U||$9 million||$64.5 million|
In 2018, Broussard played the role of Josh Sanderson in the Netflix movie To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, along with Lana Condor, Noah Centineo, Janel Parrish, Anna Cathcart, Andrew Bachelor, Trezzo Mahoro, Madeleine Arthur, Emilija Baranac, and Hohn Corbett.
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before actor Israel Broussard was involved in a controversial statement on August 21, 2018. He tweeted a Black Lives Matter statements after three months of 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami saying:
"Dogs can sense earthquakes. Too bad Japan ate them all."
Moreover, he was also caught liking tweets that promote Sandy Hook conspiracy theories and anti-Muslim tweets. After that, Broussard deleted the tweet asking for an apology writing:
"I am dedicated to becoming a more informed and educated version of myself."
As of now, he seems to stay away from such controversies.