Israel Broussard (full name Isaiah Israel) is a young American actor. He began his film career in 2010 with small roles in films and TV shows. He became widely known after the release of the films "Happy Day of Death" and "Happy New Day of Death".
The actor has 20 roles in television and film projects. At the age of 25, he has already managed to gain popularity and gained a large number of fans.
Broussard has also made numerous appearances in popular American entertainment shows and television series, including Made in Hollywood, Great Channel + magazine, and Three Cinemas.
Isaiah Israel was born in the United States in the summer of 1994. His father's name was Lawrence Clayton Adams. He passed away when the boy was 4 years old. Mom married a second time to the Frenchman Gil Broussard, who worked in one of the computer companies as a programmer.
Later, the stepfather formalized the adoption of Israel and his older sister Aubrey. Since then, the children began to bear the surname Broussard. Israel has a half-brother from his stepfather's first marriage.
Israel's ancestors were English, German, Scottish and Irish. The boy's father was once fond of music and performed as part of a local band in clubs and bars. Mom worked for a famous cosmetics distribution company. To find new clients and make money, she often had to leave for other cities. Therefore, the elder sister was engaged in raising little Israel.
From childhood, Israel became interested in creativity. He was very fond of music and dreamed of becoming a professional guitarist and drummer. Together with his fellow music fans, he formed a small rock band and began performing at school events.
In high school, the young man joined a theater studio and took part in many performances and concerts. He had no doubt that his future life would be bound up with creativity, music and performing arts.
The charismatic young man, already in high school, attracted the attention of representatives of the film industry. He was noticed at one of the performances, where he played the main role. After the performance, an agent for the selection of actors turned to the young man and offered to try his hand at cinema.
Soon Broussard signed his first contract with a creative agency, and after 2 years he went to Los Angeles. From that moment on, his career in film and television began.
Broussard appeared in the cinema in 2010. The first roles did not bring him fame, but he gained experience on the set.
The debut of the young actor took place in the famous project "Sons of Anarchy". Israel got a cameo role, but at the same time was able to meet many famous actors.
Broussard's next job was in the comedy series Romance in Doubt. In the same year, he starred in the melodrama "Hello Julie!"
The career of the young actor was rapidly gaining momentum. He began to receive new offers from producers and directors.
Over the next few years, Israel was constantly busy with new roles. He has starred in the films: "Accompanying", "Elite Society", "Claudia Lewis", "Extraterrestrial Echo", "Jack of Hearts", "Fear the Walking Dead".
In 2017, the actor got the central role of Carter Davis in the film "Happy Day of Death", which brought him widespread fame and popularity. In 2019, the continuation of the picture was released, where Broussard reappeared in the image of Carter.
The young actor perfectly played Josh Sandersen in the melodrama To All the Boys I Loved. The film was released in 2018, after which Broussard immediately had an army of female fans.
Fans of the actor are constantly interested in his personal life. To the delight of many of them, Israel has no plans to start a family yet.
Some media have speculated about the young man's romance with his colleague on the set Lana Condor. But the young people denied the rumors, saying that they are only good friends.