Patricia Broderick
American playwright and painter
Patricia Broderick
Biography
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Birthday
23 February 1925
Deceased
18 November 2003
home town
New York, New York
Death Place
New York, New York
Career Highlights
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Patricia broderick
Alternative names
Biow, Patricia
Birth name
Patricia Biow
Relationships
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Martha Broderick
Parent
Janet Broderick Kraft
Parent
Matthew Broderick
Parent
1962/03/21
James Broderick
Married
News
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Bundles of mail tossed down drain - Virginia Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
WILLIAMSBURG — Returning home from a routine walk Tuesday, Patricia Broderick spotted a bunch of papers peeking from the storm drain in front of her Holly Hills home. It was a huge cache of undelivered mail
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Also in Golf - Drogheda Independent
Google News - over 5 years
Last Thursday's 18-hole stableford for Conquer Cancer: Class A winner Joan Curran 40pts, 2nd Aileen Rooney 39pts ob6; Class B winner Aoife Philips 42pts, 2nd Barbara Clarke 37pts ob9; Class C winner Patricia Broderick 41pts, 2nd Maeve Sheridan 39pts
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Sachem East Students Pledge Not to Text and Drive - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
"They learned that texting and driving is an epidemic sweeping across America causing drivers to black out for five seconds at a time," said health teacher Patricia Broderick. because it takes their eyes off the road for an average of five seconds
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Paid Notice: Deaths BRODERICK, EILEEN M., NEE TOBIN
NYTimes - almost 9 years
BRODERICK--Eileen M., Nee Tobin, on December 22nd, 2007 of New York City, NY. Beloved wife of the late John M. Broderick. Devoted mother of John P. (Marty) Broderick, Edwin T. Broderick, Robert D. (Maryanne) Broderick and Patricia Broderick. Loving grandmother of Devon, Christopher, Sean, Megan and Lauren. Relatives and friends are invited to her
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Patricia Broderick, 78, Writer and Painter
NYTimes - about 13 years
Patricia Broderick, a writer and painter who was the mother of the actor Matthew Broderick, died on Tuesday at her home in Greenwich Village. She was 78. The cause was cancer, her son said. Raised in Manhattan on the Upper East Side but a devotee of the bohemian Village, Ms. Broderick had a wide range of interests and callings. An artist in her
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PUBLIC LIVES; New Church Home for Priest Who Sued a Bishop
NYTimes - over 14 years
THE Episcopal priest assumes a robotic voice: ''Pin Bot. Circuits. Are. Activated.'' She presses the start button and a pinball machine jangles to life in a rectory sitting room. The priest, the Rev. Janet Broderick Kraft, does funny voices pretty well, along with sermons and challenges to episcopal -- small ''e,'' as in regarding a bishop --
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Paid Notice: Deaths O'BRIEN, GERARD JOHN
NYTimes - over 15 years
O'BRIEN-Gerard John. Died on May 21, 2001, of Somers, NY. Formerly of New York City. Beloved husband of Patricia Broderick O'Brien, father of Gerard J. O'Brien, Jr., of Arlington, VA, David C. O'Brien, of Alexandria, VA, Richard C. O'Brien, of Somers, NY, Patricia A. Peters, of Portsmouth, R.I., and Laura M. White, of South Salem, NY. Brother of
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Home Video
NYTimes - almost 20 years
Promoting Quirky Films ''Infinity'' is Matthew Broderick's first film as a director. ''It was a difficult job and took four years from start to finish,'' he said. A love story based on two autobiographies by the Nobel Prize-winning nuclear physicist Richard Feynman, the film stars Mr. Broderick and Patricia Arquette and was written by Patricia
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A Man, a Woman and an Atomic Bomb
NYTimes - about 20 years
Matthew Broderick has always radiated the boyish charm of a canny whiz kid ingratiating himself with the grown-ups by batting his eyes and doing adorably cute parlor routines. What prevents him from becoming an insufferable goody-two-shoes is his brash side-of-the-mouth cheekiness. It isn't easy having to be the teacher's pet. And Mr. Broderick
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FILM VIEW; At Close Range, the Human Face of War
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: In recent years, we've seeN Sylvester Stallone's ''Rambo'' movies, which re-fight (and win) the Vietnam War. There was Clint Eastwood's ''Heartbreak Ridge,'' which exalts the United States' invasion of Grenada. We've also had the phenomenally successful ''Top Gun,'' in which Tom Cruise comes very close to starting World War I In recent years,
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THE BRIEF ROAD TO STARDOM OF MATTHEW BRODERICK
NYTimes - over 33 years
At 19 he was out of high school and out of work, dividing his time between ''auditioning like a madman'' and playing paddle ball. He had made a deal with himself - that he would spend one year trying to become an actor, and if it didn't work out he would go to college - but his paddle-ball game was going a lot better than his acting career. But at
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Patricia Broderick
1925
Born in 1925.
1996
Her 1996 film Infinity was based on the life of Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman.
Broderick worked on the script of the 1989 Civil War drama Glory. Her paintings were shown in several galleries in New York and across the country. Broderick's partner of her last six years was the painter John Wesley.
2003
Broderick died of cancer on 18 November 2003 in her home in Greenwich Village, aged 78.
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