Cliff Broadway

Cliff Broadway

actor, additional crew, producer

Cliff Broadway was born on Jan 27, 1969 in USA. Cliff Broadway's big-screen debut came with The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring directed by Jeff Pobst in 2002, strarring Sam Gamgee (Xbox version) (voice). Cliff Broadway is known for This Last Lonely Place directed by Steve Anderson, Rhys Coiro stars as Sam Taylor and Xander Berkeley as Frank Devore. The most recent award Cliff Broadway achieved is Newport Beach Film Festival. The upcoming new movie Cliff Broadway plays is This Last Lonely Place which will be released on Apr 26, 2014.

Writer/Producer Cliff Broadway has worked across the spectrum of the performing arts including voice-over, stage, film & television production; and he has written for stage, screen, on-line, and print. A principal member of Industry Standard Films, Cliff has developed several new projects for film & TV including a prestige format pop-culture biography series and a children's new-media series. Cliff most recently worked on "The Big Question: A Film about Forgiveness" and also "Star Wars: The Legacy Revealed" (History Channel, air-date Memorial Day 2007), which received three Prime Time Emmy Award nominations including Outstanding Nonfiction Special, Outstanding Writing & Directing.Over a three-year period that involved traveling the globe, Cliff co-wrote and produced the award-winning documentary "Ringers: Lord of the Fans" (Sony Pictures release Nov. 2005). The Interviewer at the heart of "Ringers," Cliff engages famed actors, rock legends, and everyday fans with seamless camaraderie. His voice-over work ranges the spectrum of TV, film, radio, and video games (Sam Gamgee in Universal Interactive's "Fellowship of the Ring"). His appearance on "The Jamie Kennedy Experiment" became hugely popular on YouTube and clip shows -- built on an elaborate voice-over prank that he carried to unbelievable extremes.A pioneer blogger, Cliff started in 1999 as a senior writer/editor with the most popular Tolkien mega-site on the web, Using the pseudonym "Quickbeam," his work was compiled into two volumes for the "The People's Guide to J.R.R. Tolkien" series (Cold Spring Press). Cliff launched his stage career on the Chicago boards in 1988, with credits including the long-running blockbuster comedy "Party" and a turn as the beleaguered Darren Stephens in "Bewitched: The Musical," among many others. His first critically acclaimed play, "Elevator," was produced in 1998 by Los Angeles' nascent Copperview Theatre Company. Cliff hails from Melbourne, Florida, and now resides in the heart of Hollywood -- and yes, Broadway really is his surname from birth. Now ain't that a kick in the pants?

  • Birthday

    Jan 27, 1969
  • Place of Birth

    Melbourne, Florida, USA

Known For


1 wins & 0 nominations

Newport Beach Film Festival
Outstanding Achievement in a Documentary
Winner - Achievement Award

Movies & TV Shows