Malcolm Broderick
(Ralphie Hilliard)
 Having celebrated a two digit birthday in a hit play, and
having treaveled extensively as a professional actor in
this country as well as in Europe, eleven year old
Malcolm Broderick passionately resents being called a
"moppet." One of Manhattan's younger natives, he has a
fine British heritage for his chosen profession. His
parents came to New York from Blackpool, England,
where plays are tried out before opening in London and
where his mother was active in amateur thatricals. An
uncle still owns many theatres and amusement centers
there. Another, non-theatrical uncle is former Mayor of
Burnley, England. Malcolm was discovered by Jan
Peerce who was looking for the ideal boy to play his son
on the Colgate Comedy Hour for his rendition of "What Is
A Boy?". He has since then been one of video's favorite
child actors and has been associated with such
Broadway productions as "The Seven Year Itch" and
"Frogs of Spring." He most recently appeared in the
Texas production of "King of Hearts" with Franchot Tone.
During the summer of 1953 he made films in Paris,
London and Berlin for Eastman Kodak Company and last
summer he acted on the TV series, "The Marriage," with
Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy.
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