Beth Broderick

as Melissa Brewer in the movie Justice in a Small Town

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Real name is Beth Alison Broderick
Was born at 24 February 1959 (now is 59 years old) in Falmouth, Kentucky, USA

Beth Alison Broderick was born on February 24, 1959 in Falmouth,Kentucky, USA but was raised in Huntington Beach, California. Beth wasalways very interested in theater as a child and she graduated from theAmerican Academy of Dramatic Arts in Pasadena, California at age 18. After that, she moved to New York and began her professional actingcareer. She stopped acting for a few years to dedicate herself todealing with the AIDS crisis in the early eighties.

When she was 27,she started acting again and she made her debut in 1988 when she playedthe sexy neighbor who seduces a young, innocent'Jonathan Silverman (I)' in Stealing Home (1988) . In 1990,she appeared in The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990) . She has alsoappeared in several theater productions like "Carnal Knowledge","Triplets in Uniform" and "Zastrozzi, the Master of Discipline" (whichshe also co-produced). In New York, she has starred in "The Mousetrap","The Lion in Winter" and many more. Beth is not only an actress, she isalso a writer and she has written "A Cup of Joe", "Wonderland" and"Literatti" with 'Dennis Bailey (I)' .

Beth is also a director andshe has directed an episode of "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" (1996) called "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" (1996) {Making the Grade (#5. 14)} . She has been active in the battle against AIDS since 1984 and she isthe founding director of "Momentum", one of the first organizations inNew York established to assist people with AIDS. Beth was also afounding member of the Celebrity Action Council of the City LightWomen's Rehabilitation Program at the Los Angeles Mission, whichprovides hands-on service to homeless women, helps them to overcomesubstance abuse and learn job skills to help them reclaim their livesand families. .

There is some small facts about Beth Broderick:
  • Graduated high school early at age 16, and went on to study acting at the famed American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Pasadena, CA.
  • Her mother's name is Nina.
  • At age 18, she moved to New York and began her professional acting career.
  • Her favorite authors are: 'Reynolds Price' , Tim McLaurin (she optioned his novel, "The Last Great Snake Show"), 'Jim Harrison (I)' and 'Truman Capote' .
  • Optioned the novel "The Last Great Snake Show," written by Tim McLaurin.
  • Her writing partner is 'Dennis Bailey (I)' .
  • Her interests are gourmet cooking, flower arranging, reading, and writing.
  • Presented the California Lottery Hero In Education Award to Edwin Galan.
  • She has two sisters and one brother.
  • Supports Governor 'Howard Dean (I)' (2004).
  • Cut, dyed and styled her own hair for her role of "Ida" in Timber Falls (2007) .
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There is the list of movies, where Beth Broderick was taked part:
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1 Justice in a Small Town movie Justice in a Small Town 1994 as Melissa Brewer
2 Psycho Beach Party movie Psycho Beach Party 2000 as Mrs. Ruth Forrest
3 Heroes of Comedy: Women on Top movie Heroes of Comedy: Women on Top 2003 as Herself
4 Sabrina, the Teenage Witch movie Sabrina, the Teenage Witch 1996 as Zelda Spellman / Jezebelda
5 The 5 Mrs. Buchanans movie The 5 Mrs. Buchanans 1994 as Delilah Buchanan
6 A Perfect Christmas List movie A Perfect Christmas List 2014 as Michelle
7 Are You Lonesome Tonight movie Are You Lonesome Tonight 1992 as Laura
8 Bad Actress movie Bad Actress 2011 as Alyssa Rampart Pillage
9 Bordello: House of the Rising Sun movie Bordello: House of the Rising Sun 1985 as Caz Wilcox
10 Breast Men movie Breast Men 1997 as Terri
11 Echoes of War movie Echoes of War 2015 as Doris McCluskey
12 Fly Away movie Fly Away 2011 as Jeanne
13 Fools Rush In movie Fools Rush In 1997 as Tracey Verna
14 French Exit movie French Exit 1995 as Andie Ross
15 Homeland Security movie Homeland Security 2004 as Elise McKee
16 If Looks Could Kill movie If Looks Could Kill 1986 as Newswoman
17 In Love movie In Love 1983 as Ella
18 In the Deep Woods movie In the Deep Woods 1992 as Myra Cantrell
19 Inside the Inner Circle movie Inside the Inner Circle 2003 as Herslf
20 Late Bloomer movie Late Bloomer 2017 as Eileen Taft
21 Lost: Destiny Calls movie Lost: Destiny Calls 2009 as Diane Jansen
22 Man of the Year movie Man of the Year 1995 as Kelly Bound
23 Maternal Instincts movie Maternal Instincts 1996 as Dr. Eva Warden
24 Mystery Woman: Mystery Weekend movie Mystery Woman: Mystery Weekend 2005 as Clare Beckman
25 Revenge of the Bridesmaids movie Revenge of the Bridesmaids 2010 as Olivia McNabb
26 Rewrite for Murder movie Rewrite for Murder 1991 as Andrea Malcolm
27 Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Spellbound movie Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Spellbound 1998 as Aunt Zelda Spellman
28 Sex Appeal movie Sex Appeal 1986 as Fran
29 Shadowhunter movie Shadowhunter 1993 as Bobby Cain
30 Shattered Hearts: A Moment of Truth Movie movie Shattered Hearts: A Moment of Truth Movie 1998 as Patricia Ellis
31 Slammer Girls movie Slammer Girls 1987 as Abigail
32 States Evidence movie States Evidence 2006 as Scott's Mom
33 Stealing Home movie Stealing Home 1988 as Lesley
34 Student Affairs movie Student Affairs 1987 as Alexis
35 The Bonfire of the Vanities movie The Bonfire of the Vanities 1990 as Caroline Heftshank
36 The Inner Circle movie The Inner Circle 2005 as Jean
37 The Silencer movie The Silencer 1992 as Barbie Rodgers
38 Thousand Pieces of Gold movie Thousand Pieces of Gold 1991 as Berthe
39 Timber Falls movie Timber Falls 2007 as Ida
40 Two Dollar Beer movie Two Dollar Beer 2009 as Mom
There is the list of interview of Beth Broderick:
  • "Daily Mail" (England), 30 June 2001, by: Frances Hardy
  • "Strive Magazine" (USA), April 2001, pg. 25, by: Nelson Aspen, "Comfortable in Her Skin and Self"
  • "A&U; Art and Understanding" (USA), March 2001, by: Chael Needle, "Some Kind of Magic/Beth Broderick"
  • "TV Guide" (Canada), 24 April 1999, Vol. 47, Iss. 17, "Magic Formula"
There is the list of some articles of Beth Broderick:
  • "TV Guide online" (USA), 29 June 2001, by: Daniel R. Coleridge , "Sabrina Star Tells All"
  • "TV Guide" (USA), November 5 1999, by: Jonathan Reiner , "Sabrina's Aunts Sound Off "
  • "In Style magazine" (USA), October 1998, "Spellbinding Shower"
  • "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), 11 November 1994
There is the list of some printed articles of Beth Alison Broderick:
  • "TV Guide" (USA), 5 January, Vol. 50, Iss. 2545
  • "People Magazine" (Australia), Novemeber 2002
  • "Jezebel Magazine" (USA), Jan 2002, "Stealing Home"
  • "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1996, Vol. 10, Iss. 1, pg. 52-53, by: staff, "The 5 Mrs. Buchanans: Beth Broderick"
There is the list of some quotes of Beth Broderick:
  • [About "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" (1996) ] The show is meaningful to kids and I think it does have a great message. I mean, I wish when I was a kid that I'd been watching a show where women were so clever and so forthright and powerful. I love the way that Sabrina deals with boys. I love the equality in their relationships. We didn't have that when I was a kid. We didn't have people like that to look at.
  • [About "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" (1996) ] We're saying women can be powerful, women can live on their own and be strong, women can be smart and pretty, women can be whatever they want to be. That's a really important message. I love the way Sabrina talks to boys. I mean, nobody told me you could tell boys you weren't interested! It was hard when I was a kid to find role models that were free and exciting and offered this type of latitude.
  • I think it's very important to support the program in your area as each part of the country has its own challenges coping with AIDS. It can be very different from state to state and city to city. Wherever you live there is surely someone who could use your help.
  • I was a total nerd growing up. I'd rather sit home and read a novel on New Year's Eve and say, "Wow, I read the whole thing in one night!". That was my idea of a big time.
  • There's a lot more to being a woman than being 18 years old on the cover of Maxim magazine.
  • Examining other people's motivations, other people's language and other people's way of interacting is much more fascinating to me than spending a lot of time worrying about my own. I've said, "What other people think of me is none of my business."
  • [About Psycho Beach Party (2000) ] I've played June Cleaver and I've played a killer, so it was fun for me to spoof myself.
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