Matthew Broderick has been celebrated for the iconic characters he’s played on stage and on screen. In this episode, he talks about what it was like to grow up in New York City with a family of artists, and how he prefers to eat when he’s on the road for different roles. He shares fond memories of the housekeeper who helped raise him and her recipe for ratatouille that he cherishes to this day.
Matthew Broderick is a two-time Tony award-winning actor best known for his iconic portrayal of the charismatic Ferris Bueller in the 1986 film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. His acting career began on Broadway when he was just 17, and since then, he has gotten recognition for his stage roles in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Brighton Beach Memoirs.
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