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  • (2000) TV commercial for Biography Channel.
  • (April 19, 2001) Co-starred with Nathan Lane in Broadway premiere of "The Producers," written by Mel Brooks and directed by Susan Stroman.
  • (2001) Print advertisement for The Gap.
  • (2002) TV commercial for The United Way.
  • (March 10, 1995 - July 14, 1996) "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," a musical comedy revival, with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser [posthumous credit], book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert, based on the novel by Shepherd Mead, music orchestration by Danny Troob, musical direction and vocal arrangements by Ted Sperling, additional orchestrations by David Siegel and Robert Ginzler, dance arrangements by Jeanine Tesori, incidental music arrangements by Ted Sperling, choreography by Wayne Cilento, assistant choreographer Lisa LeGuillou, and directed by Des McAnuff on Broadway at the Richard Rodgers Theatre (564 total performances, including 16 previews beginning March 10, 1995). Cast: Matthew Broderick (as "J. Pierrepont Finch"), Jeff Blumenkrantz, Ronn Carroll, Victoria Clark, Jonathan Freeman, Luba Mason, Megan Mullally (as "Rosemary Pilkington"), Gerry Vichi, Lillias White, Randl Ask, Kevin Bogue (as "Security Guard/Wicket/Ensemble"), Maria Calabrese, Walter Cronkite (as "Voice of the Narrator"/Recorded voice only), Tom Flynn, Jack Hayes, Rebecca Holt, Jay Aubrey Jones, Nancy Lemenager, Kristi Lynes, Martin Moran, Aiko Nakasone, William Ryall, Jerome Vivona, and Carla Renata (as Carla Renata Williams). Produced by Dodger Theatricals (Des McAnuff, Michael Daevid (as Michael David), 'Robin De Levita', Rocco Landesman, Ed Strong), Kardana Productions, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and The Nederlander Organization (James Nederlander Sr. (as James M. Nederlander): Chairman. Robert E. Nederlander: President. James L. Nederlander: Vice-President); Associate Producer: Whistlin' Dixie.
  • Books On Tape: Narrator of Stephen King's "Nightmares & Dreamscapes, Volume 2".
  • In addition to being nominated in 2001 for a Tony award (which he lost to his "The Producers" co-star Nathan Lane), Broderick has won two Tony awards: 1983 - Actor in a Featured Role, "Brighton Beach Memoirs", and 1995 - Actor in a Musical, "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying!".
  • (1995) TV commercial for The New York Times newspaper.
  • (October 2005) Portrayed Felix Unger in "The Odd Couple" play by Neil Simon, on Broadway at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
  • (1985) "Biloxi Blues," comedy. Written by Neil Simon. Scenic Design by David Mitchell. Costume Design by Ann Roth. Lighting Design by Tharon Musser. Sound Design by Tom Morse. Directed by Gene Saks. Neil Simon Theatre: 28 Mar 1985- 28 Jun 1986 (524 performances + 12 previews that began on 19 Mar 1985). Cast: Matthew Broderick (as Eugene Morris Jerome), Randall Edwards (as Rowena), Barry Miller (as Arnold Epstein), Penelope Ann Miller (as Daisy Hannigan), Matt Mulhern (as Joseph Wykowski), Alan Ruck (as Don Carney), Bill Sadler (as Sgt. Merwin J. Toomey), Geoffrey Sharp (as James Hennesey), Brian Tarantina (as Roy Selridge). Standbys: Jim Fyfe (as Don Carney/James Hennesey), Greg Germann (as Arnold Epstein/Eugene Morris Jerome), Joan Goodfellow (as Rowena), Woody Harrelson [Broadway debut] (as Joseph Wykowski/Roy Selridge), Joyce O'Brien (as Daisy Hannigan), Geoffrey Sharp (as Eugene Morris Jerome), Jamey Sheridan (as Sgt. Merwin J. Toomey). Replacement cast during run: Jim Fyfe (as Don Carney), Zach Galligan (as Eugene Morris Jerome), Mark McDermott (as Roy Selridge), Mark Nelson (as Arnold Epstein), Bruce Norris (as Eugene Morris Jerome), Joyce O'Brien (as Daisy Hannigan), William Ragsdale (as Eugene Morris Jerome), James Shanta [credited as James Anthony Shanta] (as Joseph Wykowski), Jamey Sheridan (as Sgt. Merwin J. Toomey), Jonathan Silverman (as Eugene Morris Jerome), Lisa Waltz (as Daisy Hannigan). Standbys: Bruce Norris (as Eugene Morris Jerome), Karen Sellon (as Daisy Hannigan), Holt Wilson (as Joseph Wykowski/Roy Selridge). Understudies: Dan Butler (as Sgt. Merwin J. Toomey), John Linton (as Joseph Wykowski/Roy Selridge), Jay Rubenstein (as Arnold Epstein), Adam Silbar (as Eugene Morris Jerome), Jon Tenney (as Don Carney/Eugene Morris Jerome/James Hennesey). Produced by Emanuel Azenberg. Produced in association with Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson Theatre (Robert Fryer, Artistic Director). Note: Filmed as Biloxi Blues (1988).
  • (January 2012 - February 2012) Series of TV commercials for the 2012 Honda CR-V automobile. The commercials contain many references to Matthew's signature role of Ferris, in Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986).
  • (March 2001) He acted in Mel Brooks' musical, "The Producers," at the St. James' Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Nathan Lane, Roger Bart, Gary Beach, Cady Huffman, Brad Oscar, and Eric Gunhus in the cast. Susan Stroman was both director and choreographer.
  • (February 19, 2001) He played in Leopold Bloom in Mel Brooks' musical, "The Producers," at the Cadillac Palace Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Nathan Lane (Max Bialystock); Brad Oscar and Ron Orbach (Franz Liebkind); Gary Beach (Roger DeBris); Roger Bart (Carmen Ghia); and Cady Huffman (Ulla) in the cast. Susan Stroman was director. William Ivey Long was costume designer. Robin Wagner was scenic designer. Thomas Meehan was librettist.
  • (December 10, 1982 to January 29, 1983) He acted in Neil Simon's play, "Brighton Beach Memoirs," in a world premiere at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California with Elizabeth Franz, Peter Michael Goetz, Mandy Ingber, Zeljiko Ivanek, Jodi Thelen and Joyce Van Patten in the cast. Gene Saks was director.
  • (December 8, 1984 to February 2, 1985) He acted in Neil Simon's play, "Biloxi Blues," was performed in a world premiere at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles, California. Gene Saks was director.

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