John Broderick was born in San Francisco, California on October 22, 1942.
John's entertainment career began while he was a student in San Francisco, when he belonged to a mime troupe. He attended film school in London, and returned to the US to ply his trade in Hollywood.
He worked on a wide range of films, including The Exorcist (1973, supervising editor), Six Pack Annie (1975, director), Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986, production manager) and Monkey Trouble (1994, production manager and co-producer).
He met his wife, Eunice (Neecee) when he was in Brazil during the filming of Moon over Parador. They lived in Malibu, California.
John died in Santa Monica, California on June 17, 2001. He had kidney disease for several years.
Broderick afterward proved up on land to which they had entered a claim and the father of the subject of this review went to Dubuque, where he entered the employ of John T. Hancock as clerk in a general store.
John J. Broderick acquired his education in the public schools of Elkport, Iowa, but his advantages along this line were extremely limited as he attended for only six months during his entire life.
Broderick was united in marriage to Miss Alice M. Walsh, who was born in this township, May 29, 1862, a daughter of John and Maria (Carter) Walsh, natives of County Galway, Ireland, the former born August 15, 1819, and the latter, August 17th of the same year.
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