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Matthew William Lawrence (born February 11, 1980) is an American actor, singer and podcaster, known for his roles in Mrs. Doubtfire and Boy Meets World. Lawrence also starred in the series Brotherly Love with his real-life brothers Joey and Andrew.


Lawrence began acting in the mid-1980s, playing Danny Carrington in Dynasty. He studied acting at HB Studio[6] in New York City. He continued as a child actor through the early 1990s, appearing in many television and feature film roles, including the Robin Williams comedy Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) and the mid-1990s television series Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad. In addition, he maintained starring roles in Brotherly Love, which starred his real life brothers, and in Boy Meets World in which he played Jack Hunter. Lawrence also appeared alongside Christopher Lloyd in Angels in the Endzone and starred in the Disney English dub version of Kiki's Delivery Service with Kirsten Dunst and Phil Hartman in 1998.

Lawrence's singing debut was in 1986, when he and his brother Joey performed at the 1986 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. He sang at the 1991 Macy's Parade as well. Other musical performances can be found on two Gimme a Break! episodes, "Nell's Secret Admirer" and "The Window; Part 1"; two Brotherly Love episodes, "A Roman Holiday" and "Art Attack"; and on Boy Meets World. In the 2021 film Mistletoe Mixup, he performed "O Holy Night" with his brothers Joey and Andrew. Lawrence also played guitar on several of his earlier performances.

In 2011, Lawrence guest-starred on his brother's sitcom, ABC Family's Melissa & Joey.[7]

In 2015, he reprised his role as Jack Hunter in the series Girl Meets World, a spin-off/sequel of Boy Meets World.[8]

Lawrence competed on the twenty-fourth season of Worst Cooks in America, the show's seventh celebrity edition titled That's So '90s, airing in April and May 2022.[9]

In February 2023, the three Lawrence brothers launched a podcast, titled Brotherly Love, centered around rewatches of the sitcom. It was launched through PodCo, a podcast studio launched by actress Christy Carlson Romano and focused on rewatches of completed television series by their former actors.[10]


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