Matthew Broderick Biography

Matthew Broderick made his stage debut at 17 in Horton Foote’s On Valentine’s Day opposite his father, James Broderick. Off-Broadway: Torch Song Trilogy (OCC, Villager Award), The Widow Claire. Broadway: Brighton Beach Memoirs (Tony®, OCC, Theatre World awards), Biloxi Blues, How to Succeed in Business… (Tony®, DD, OCC awards), Night Must Fall, Taller Than a Dwarf, The Producers (Tony®, DD, OCC nominations), Roundabout’s The Foreigner and The Philanthropist. Films include: Deck the Halls, Max Dugan Returns, WarGames, 1918, On Valentine’s Day, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Project X, Ladyhawke, Biloxi Blues, Glory, Family Business, The Freshman, The Night We Never Met, The Lion King (voice of Simba), Infinity (directed by Mr. Broderick and written by his mother Patricia Broderick), The Cable Guy, Addicted to Love, Godzilla, Inspector Gadget, Election, You Can Count on Me, The Good Boy (the voice of Hubble), The Last Shot, The Stepford Wives, Marie and Bruce, Strangers with Candy, and the film adaptation of The Producers. TV: “The Music Man” on ABC and “Master Harold and the Boys” on Showtime. He also starred in Bee Movie, Then She Found Me, Finding Amanda, The Tale of Despereaux, Wonderful World, and Tower Heist.

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