THE SCREENING ROOM: Happy Birthday Matthew Broderick and Rosie O'Donnell (Video)

By Playbill Staff
March 21, 2013

Two-time Tony Award winner Matthew Broderick and Broadway actress and television personality Rosie O'Donnell celebrate their birthdays March 21. In celebration of Broderick and O'Donnell, Playbill.com has put together various performances from the two.



Broderick was awarded the Tony Award in 1983 for his performance in Brighton Beach Memoirs and again in 1995 for his performance in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. He was Tony-nominated for The Producers and currently stars on Broadway in Nice Work If You Can Get It. For more on his theatrical career, visit the Playbill Vault.

O'Donnell, best known for hosting "The Rosie O'Donnell Show," has been seen on Broadway in Grease, Fiddler on the Roof and Seussical. For more on her theatrical career, visit the Playbill Vault.

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Broderick and the cast of Nice Work If You Can Get It perform at the Tony Awards:

Playbill Video visits the cast of Nice Work in rehearsal:

Broderick and Kelli O'Hara talk Nice Work:

Broderick and the cast of Nice Work on opening night:

Broderick and Nathan Lane perform "We Can Do It" on the "Today" show:

Broderick and the cast of How to Succeed… perform at the Tony Awards:

Broderick and O'Hara perform "Lady Be Good" on the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade:

Highlights and interviews from How to Succeed…, starring Broderick:

Broderick recording That Face from The Producers:

The cast of The Producers performs at the Tony Awards:

O'Donnell performs a Broadway medley on the last episode of her talk show:

O'Donnell sings "The Magic of Christmas Day" alongside Celine Dion:

O'Donnell performs alongside Liza Minnelli:

O'Donnell in the commercial for Broadway's Grease:

"Little Girls," performed by O'Donnell:

"Easy Street," featuring O'Donnell:

O'Donnell performs in the 1997 Tony Awards opening number:

O'Donnell sings with *N Sync and Donny Osmond on her Christmas special:

O'Donnell sings the theme from "Maude" to Bea Arthur:

O'Donnell comically covers Mariah Carey: