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MATTHEW BRODERICK (Nick) recently starred opposite Meg Ryan in the quirky romantic comedy "Addicted to Love," directed by Griffin Dunne. The award-winning actor also added the role of film director to his repertoire, with the critically-acclaimed feature "Infinity," based on the life of physicist Richard Feynman.

          Other film credits include "The Cable Guy," "Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle," "Biloxi Blues," "Max Dugan Returns," "Project X," "On Valentine's Day," "Torch Song Trilogy," "Family Business," "The Freshman," "The Night We Never Met," "War Games" and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," in which he portrayed the quintessential modern-day teen rebel. He also lent his voice to "The Lion King," assaying the adult Simba the Lion.

          An accomplished stage performer, he made his theater debut at age 17, opposite his father, the late James Broderick, in Horton Foote's "On Valentine's Day." Two years later, he won the Outer Critic's Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor in Harvey Fierstein's "Torch Song Trilogy." He went on to win his first Tony Award for Neil Simon's "Brighton Beach Memoirs" and starred in the play's sequel, "Biloxi Blues."

          In 1995, Broderick won his second Tony Award for his starring role as canny advertising executive J. Pierrepont Finch in the popular Broadway revival of "How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." He also starred in the world premiere of Horton Foote's "The Death of Papa," with Ellen Burstyn, Hallie Foote and Polly Holliday.

          On television, he has appeared in the Showtime film "Master Harold ... And the Boys" and received an Emmy nomination for the TNT production of David Mamet's "A Life in the Theater," opposite Jack Lemmon


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