Who is James Wilkie Broderick?

American celebrity child James Wilkie Broderick was born in the USA, on 28 October 2002, making his zodiac sign Scorpio. He’s probably only known for being the son of famous parents American actress and producer Sarah Jessica Parker, and popular American actor Matthew Broderick.

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Education and early life

James and his sisters, twins Tabitha and Marion (born via surrogacy) were raised in New York City by their parents, while the family spent most of their summers at their home in a village in Ireland.

James had a rather normal childhood, and hasn’t become interested in acting even though his parents have occasionally taken him to their movie sets. He was quite sporting during his teenage years, and played soccer for his high school’s team.

James matriculated in 2020 and is today attending a college, from which he should be matriculating in 2024.

Love life and relationships

James hasn’t spoken about his love life in public, even though he was asked about it when he made an appearance in the talk-show “Entertainment Tonight” in 2020.

Some fans have claimed to have seen James spending time with his girlfriend, whom he met while the two were attending the same high school, but no pictures of the two have been uploaded onto the internet to confirm these rumors.

There are also some who believe that he’s gay, but this remains unconfirmed as well.

James seems to be unattached as of November 2022.

Interesting facts and hobbies

James enjoys being active on Instagram, and although he’s only posted about 30 pictures and videos onto the social media network, it’s believed that he answers nearly all of his fans messages; there are today close to 25,000 people following him.

He loves to go hiking, and most of his Instagram pictures feature him spending time at natural locations.

James loves plants, and has his own little garden.

He likes to read, and one of his favorite books is “Autobiography of My Mother” by Jamaica Kincaid.

Photography is one of James’ favorite hobbies.

His favorite actors are Bruce Willis and Jim Carrey, and some of his favorite films include “American Siege”, “White Elephant”, and “Survive the Night”.

Height, eyes and wealth

James’s age is 20. He has light blue eyes and short brown hair, he weighs around 145lbs (66kgs) and is 5ft 7ins (1.7m) tall.

James doesn’t have his own independent net worth as of November 2022, but his parents’ combined net worth has been estimated at over $200 million.

Who is James’ mother Sarah?

Sarah Jessica Parker was born in Nelsonville, Ohio USA on 25 March 1965, making her zodiac sign Aries. She’s had roles in over 60 movies and TV series, and is perhaps still best known for her playing the main character Carrie Bradshaw in the evergreen romantic comedy series “Sex and the City”, which Darren Star created, and which also starred Kristin Davis and Kim Cattrall. It follows the lives of four female friends living in New York City in the ‘90s, the series aired from 1998 to 2004 and won 55 of its 121 award nominations.

Sarah was raised in Nelsonville alongside her seven siblings, by their father Stephen Parker who was a journalist, and mother Barbara Parker (nee Keck) who was a teacher and nursery school operator. Stephen and Barbara divorced when Sarah was three, and she then lived with her mother and her third husband Paul Forste, an American truck driver; the family often moved, and Sarah switched schools close to 10 times.

She grew up practicing ballet and singing, and was nine when she launched her acting career, making an uncredited appearance in the 1974 drama movie “The Little Match Girl”. She had no roles in the following six years, and rather focused on education and dancing; she studied at Dwight Morrow High School and School of American Ballet, as well as a couple of other schools, including Hollywood High School, School for Creative and Performing Arts and New York Professional Children’s School; upon matriculating in 1983, Sarah didn’t enroll at college.

Her debut TV series role was her playing of Annie in three episodes of the 1980 family drama “3-2-1 Contact”, and she gained recognition in 1987 and 1988, with her portrayal of Kay Ericson Gardner in the drama “A Year in the Life”, created by Joshua Brand and John Falsey, and which starred Richard Kiley, Trey Ames and Adam Arkin. It follows a plastics manufacturer whose wife has just passed away, while his four adult children have now moved in with him; the series won five of its eight award nominations.

The year 1993 saw Sarah star alongside Bette Midler and Kathy Najimy in the critically acclaimed family fantasy comedy movie “Hocus Pocus”, which Kenny Ortega directed, and which follows teenage boy Max, who’s accidentally awoken three diabolical witches; the movie won two of its 13 award nominations. Some of Sarah’s other notable performances in the ‘90s were in the 1995 romantic comedy movie “Miami Rhapsody”, the 1996 drama film “The Substance of Fire”, and the 1999 romantic family comedy movie “Dudley Do-Right”.

The year 2005 saw her star as Meredith Morton in the romantic comedy movie “The Family Stone”, written and directed by Thomas Bezucha, and which also starred Dermot Mulroney and Claire Danes. It follows a conservative businesswoman as she’s spending Christmas with her boyfriend’s free-spirited family, and the movie won four of its 12 award nominations. Some of Sarah’s notable performances in the remainder of the decade were in the 2007 drama movie “Spinning Into Butter”, the 2008 romantic comedy film “Smart People”, and the 2009 romantic comedy movie “Did You Hear About the Morgans?”

What marked the 2010s for her was probably her playing of Maggie Falk in the 2015 romantic comedy movie “All Roads Lead to Rome”, directed by Ella Lemhagen, and in which Sarah starred alongside Raoul Bova and Claudia Cardinale. It follows the life of Maggie, a single mother who’s working at a college in New York City, and who’s now embarked on a journey to a Tuscan village where she used to spend time when she was younger.

Sarah’s three most recent roles have been in the 2021 comedy “The Pack Podcast” (voice role), 11 episodes of the 2022 romantic comedy series “And Just Like That…”, and the 2022 family fantasy comedy movie “Hocus Pocus 2”.

She’s won 29 of her 75 award nominations, including two Primetime Emmy wins: the first in 2001, for Outstanding Comedy Series, and the second in 2004, for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, both for “Sex and the City”.

Prior to meeting Matthew, Sarah was in a long-term relationship with famous American actor and producer Robert John Downey Jr; they were together from 1984 to 1991, when Robert was struggling with drug addiction, which eventually led to their split. Sarah then spent less than a year dating John F. Kennedy Jr.

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