The Roy Faires Collection - Interview with Matthew Broderick (1986)
Austin History Center
Sound  |
1986  |
| English
  • Highlights
    Roy Faires asks actor Matthew Broderick about the reality of a character like Ferris Bueller
    On working with acclaimed writers like Horton Foote, a Wharton native, and Neil Simon. Broderick won a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play for Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs in 1983.
    Broderick talks about his background in stage acting
    On playing a Texan in Foote's play, On Valentine's Day
    Broderick's perception of Texans
    Faires questions if Broderick will ever feel bored with acting