||.||Matthew Broderick, the son of the late actor James, began his career
in 1983 in "War Games". A versatile actor, Matthew
Broderick's hilarious antics of Ferris in "Ferris Bueller's Day
Off' are in stricking contrast to his portrayals in "Torch Song
Trilogy" and Neil Simon's "Biloxi Blues". Matthew
has appeared in over 25 films and TV movies.
Matthew won his first Tony Award for his performance in Neil Simon's "Brighton Beach Memoirs". Also on Broadway, Matthew won plaudits as well as his second Tony Award - Best Actor in a Musical - for his starring role in the revival of "How To Suceed In Business Without Really Trying".
1998 is a busy year for Matthew Broderick. He has three films due to open.
|.||"Godzilla" - 22 May
1998 release by Tri-Star Pictures. A sci-fi, action monster film starring
Matthew Broderick, Jean Reno, Maria Pitillo, Hank Azaria, Michael Lerner,
Harry Shearer, and Arabella Field.
"Election" - 30 October release by Paramount Pictures. A comedy starring Matthew Broderick, Thora Birch, and Reese Witherspoon.
"Walking To The Waterline" - 1998 release. Directed by Matt Mulhen. Starring Matthew Broderick, Jon Cypher, Hallie Foote, Elizabeth Franz, Hal Holbrook, Matt Mulhern, and Alan Ruck.
"Inspector Gadget" - 1999 release from Walt Disney.
Cast to date: Matthew Broderick, Cameron
Diaz, Rupert Everett.
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