Jacob Elordi discussed his transition from teen rom-coms to “Euphoria” in an interview with GQ. After completing the first “Kissing Booth” movie, he claimed to have “$400 or $800 left in my bank account.” Elordi claimed that he had trouble finding work before getting the part of Nate in HBO’s “Euphoria.” Morning Brew has been read by over 3 million people; you should too! Jacob Elordi , the star of “ Euphoria ,” admitted that after shooting the first “ Kissing Booth ” movie, his financial situation had deteriorated.
In a fresh interview made available to GQ on Monday, Elordi admitted, “I wasn’t booking work.” “I suppose ‘Euphoria’ was my last audition before I went home for a little while to get some money and recover,” the actor recalled. “I don’t know, $400 or $800 left in my bank account.”
The 2012 young adult novel “The Kissing Booth” by Australian author Beth Reekles was adapted for television by Netflix, and the actor’s breakthrough role was as Noah Flynn, a heartthrob.