Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker’s 19-year-old son, James Wilkie was always under limelight. James made a rare appearance in the media. On Monday, Broderick, 60, was accompanied by James to an event in New York City celebrating his Haute Living magazine cover. Broderick and Parker are the parents of three kids where James Wilkie is the eldest and two twin daughters. Twin daughters Tabitha and Marion who are 12 years old as per now are from via surrogacy. Scroll down to know more about Matthew Broderick net worth, car accident, and many more:
How rich is Matthew? What is Matthew Broderick net worth?
An American actor, singer, film director and film producer Matthew Broderick net worth is $45 million. He is from a rich family. In 1962, Broderick was born to an immigrant Jewish mother from Poland and Germany and an Irish Catholic father. His father was an actor, while his mother was a playwright, painter, and actress.
He won several awards for his movies. Two Tony Awards have gone to Broderick: one for Best Actor in a Musical for How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and one for Best Featured Actor in a Play for Brighton Beach Memoirs. Nathan Lane and Broderick co-starred in Mel Brooks’ musical comedy The Producers in 2001. In the Broadway staging of Terrence McNally’s showbiz comedy, It’s Only a Play, he later reconnected with Lane (2014). In 2013, Broderick received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Musical Theater Album after starring in the Broadway production of Nice Work If You Can Get It. Broderick is still the youngest person to have won the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play as of 2020.
For his services to the film industry, Broderick received a motion picture star at 6801 Hollywood Boulevard in 2006 and was inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He was admitted to the American Theater Hall of Fame eleven years later.
What is Matthew Broderick wife Sarah Parker net worth? Is she a multi millionaire?
Matthew married actress Sarah on May 19, 1997, in an Episcopal ceremony presided by Broderick’s sister, Janet Broderick Kraft, in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Sarah Parker net worth is $150 million dollars. Her most valuable asset is her legendary performance as Carrie Bradshaw in the television series “Sex and the City” and its spinoff films. Her $3.2 million per episode compensation for the show is the largest in television history. She made around $50 million in the first three seasons and then renegotiated her contract after season three, earning $147 million in the final three seasons, bringing her total profits from the show to over $200 million.
Sarah won four Golden Globes, three Screen Actors Guild Awards, and two Emmy Awards for the role. She also made money through her own production firm, Pretty Matches, which created content for HBO and other networks. The actress also developed a fashion line, Bitten, in 2007 in collaboration with Steve & Barry’s, demonstrating her business acumen. She also has a business partnership with a large corporation and is expected to have stockholders from a variety of international corporations.
Matthew Broderick car accident
Broderick was driving a rental BMW 316 in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland, when he went into the wrong lane and struck head-on with a Volvo on August 5, 1987. Anna Gallagher, the driver, and her mother, Margaret Doherty, both killed instantaneously. He had a fractured leg and ribs, as well as a concussion and a collapsed lung. Grey suffered severe whiplash, which required surgery to prevent paralysis.
He was charged with causing death by reckless driving and risked up to five years in prison, but he found guilty of careless driving and fined £100 (US$175).
The verdict was called a “travesty of justice” by the victims’ families. Martin Doherty, the victims’ brother and son, later forgiven Broderick while planning to meet him in 2003. When Broderick featured in a multi-million dollar Honda commercial that aired during the Super Bowl in February 2012, Doherty stated that the meeting had still not taken place and that Broderick “wasn’t the best choice of drivers, considering his history.”