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Chad Broskey is a Actor American born on 3 july 1987 at Louisville (USA)

Chad Broskey

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Nationality USA
Birth 3 july 1987 (36 years) at Louisville (USA)

Chad Broskey (born July 3, 1987) is a former American actor.


Since his last acting performance of Legally Blondes, his whereabouts have been unknown.

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Filmography of Chad Broskey (2 films)

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Legally Blondes, 1h26
Directed by Savage Steve Holland
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Comedy-drama
Actors Camilla et Rebecca Rosso, Brittany Curran, Bobby Campo, Christopher Cousins, Chad Broskey, Chloe Bridges
Roles Justin
Rating37% 1.8996151.8996151.8996151.8996151.899615
Starting in Great Britain, Isabelle "Izzy" (Rebecca Rosso) and Annabelle "Annie" Woods (Camilla Rosso) are introduced as clever twin girls with a love for pink like their cousin, Elle Woods. They and their widowed father are moving to Southern California where they will be staying in Elle's home. Elle is now a successful Lobbyist. Awaiting the girls are a pair of chihuahua dogs, their giddiness is cut short when they find out they are going to attend Pacific Preparatory, Elle's alma mater, a private school requiring uniforms.
Read It and Weep, 1h39
Directed by Paul Hoen
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Children's films
Actors Kay Panabaker, Danielle Panabaker, Allison Scagliotti, Jason Dolley, Alexandra Krosney, Chad Broskey
Roles Marco Vega
Rating55% 2.754732.754732.754732.754732.75473
Read It and Weep begins with freshman Jameson "Jamie" Bartlett (Kay Panabaker), who has three best friends, named Connor (who has a crush on her) (Jason Dolley), Lindsay (Marquise Brown), and Harmony (Alexandra Krosney), a brother named Lenny Bartlett (Nick Whitaker) and an enemy named Sawyer Sullivan (Allison Scagliotti) (who she calls "Myrna" in her journal and the novel), whose boyfriend Marco is the object of Jamie's affection. She also owns a tablet PC which she writes in every day. In that journal she writes about a character named "Isabella," or "Is" (Danielle Panabaker), a popular girl with incredible powers based loosely on herself. Jamie uses her alter-world to write her feelings about her classmates, friends, and her life.