Matthew Broderick Breaks Character to Scold Fan

Hamptons resident Matthew Broderick broke the fourth wall during a performance of Nice Work If You Can Get It on Broadway Friday to admonish a fan for filming the show.

New York Post reports the actor broke character after noticing an audience member filming him from the front row. A rep for Broderick told the Page Six that he would “not tolerate people filming or shooting pictures.” He also confirmed that the obnoxious would-be director stopped filming without further incident after Broderick addressed the issue.

Broderick is an original cast member of Nice Work If You Can Get It. The Tony Award-winning musical comedy has been open since April 24, 2012. The play has an open run at Broadway‘s Imperial Theatre, located at 249 West 45th Street.

Visit niceworkonbroadway.com for ticket info and scheduling. Bring your cameras, longtime Broderick fans, for a sure fire way to chat with the former Ferris Bueller and War Games star.

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