Brandon Broussard is a screenwriter currently residing in Los Angeles, California. He was writer and director of the 2003 award winning feature film The Epicureans, which competed in multiple film festivals, and won several audience awards. He received his first TV writing credit in 2008.
As an undergrad, Brandon majored in Political Science, but switched gears after graduation, obtaining an MFA in screenwriting at Howard University. It was during his college days that Brandon first flexed his writing muscles, penning a number of editorials, including one covering the OJ verdict (published in 1995).
Throughout his career, Brandon has both written and produced screenplays alongside several well-known figures. His most recent writing project, a screenplay entitled The Perfect Match, was produced by the one and only Queen Latifah, and will be in theaters next spring. His second film, #RealityHigh is currently in production with both Netflix and Court Five productions.
In 2008, Brandon created the company Barack the Vote. During the election, this company made millions in sales, helped mobilize the black youth vote, and popularized the phrase "Barack the Vote." The company’s success landed Brandon, and his sister, on the cover of Black Enterprise, and the opportunity to star on Millionaire Matchmaker as one of the millionaires looking for love. In 2012,he worked on Barack the Vote once again, and was featured in a Docu-Series called “The Second Coming” on BET.
In addition to Brandon's film writing and producing, he now runs a start-up called Modmoda, a company that works to create viral videos. Modmoda has offices in both LA and NY.
When he is not working on a writing project, producing, or running his start up, Brandon can be seen out enjoying delicious food and wine with friends, discussing politics, dating, and work, or running in the mountains, and scenic trails near his home.