Matthew Broderick is an unforgettable individual for kids all around the world particularly 90s kids. For those who do not know about him, he is the voice behind Simba in ‘The Lion King’. As Simba, we saw Matthew as a very caring and loving father and you will be surprised to how his real life is similar to the character. Learn about his happily married life and also discover his relationship with his kids.
Matthew Broderick Wife Sarah Jessica Parker, Son and Twin Daughters:
Matthew Broderick is equally if not better at parenting than his animated character Simba at parenting.
Matthew Broderick is married to the beautiful actress and designer Sarah Jessica Parker. The longtime husband and wife got married on 19th May 1997 and have not looked back since then.
They had their first son James Wilkie Broderick born in October 2002. They also had two twin daughters, Marion Loretta Elwell and Tabitha Hodge born through surrogacy in June 2009 that the couples love dearly on.
The family of 5 seems to have a blast and appear happy wherever they go. Whenever all 5 of them make a rare public appearance, they seem to be vibrant and joyous like when they attended Broadway’s newest addition to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory earlier this year in April.
It is nice to see that Matt and Sarah’s kids are growing up well, the twins are already 8 years old and their son, James Wilkie Broderick is already graduating middle school at 15 years old.
Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker are already married for 20 years now and will soon be coming to their 21st year. It almost seems like Matthew has it all when it comes to his personal life, a perfect wife, and perfect kids. We wish him and his family to stay this cheerful for years to come.
Matthew Broderick Bio:
Matthew Broderick was born on 21st March 1962 in Manhattan, New York, USA. He was born to Irish Catholic father James Broderick who was also an actor and Jewish mother Patricia who was a playwright, painter, and an actress.
He attended City and Council School and also graduated high school from Walden School in a drama program.
His first role was in the playwright’s Horton Foote’s ‘On Valentine’s Day’. He is recognized as the voice of adult Simba in ‘The Lion King’ movies. His one important role in the 90s was in the movie ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’.
He has starred in numerous other movies like ‘The Cable Guy’, ‘Infinity’, ‘Trainwreck’ and ‘Manchester by the Sea’.