Matthew Lawrence’s Net Worth? How Much Money Makes American Actors?

Matthew Lawrence is an American actor and singer. His roles in numerous films and TV shows have been huge successes, and he has gained widespread fame as a result.

Matthew’s roles in shows like Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad, Brotherly Love, and Boy Meets World helped propel him to stardom. In the mid-1980s, he became even more well-known for his role as Danny Carrington on the hit prime-time soap opera Dynasty.

His career spans back to the 1980s, when he first began performing on stage. In the American film and television industry, Matthew has become a major player. Matthew has been in over 20 films and several TV shows and webisodes. Without further ado, let’s examine Matthew Lawrence’s wealth.

Film Career

As the son of Steve Martin’s character, Lawrence made his big screen debut in the John Hughes comedy “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles” (1987). Subsequently, he appeared in “Pulse,” a science fiction horror film, and “Tales from the Darkside: The Movie,” a horror comedy anthology. One of his most famous performances was as one of three brothers being raised by the eccentric title character in the 1993 drama “Mrs. Doubtfire.” Later in the 90s, he made an appearance in “The Hairy Bird,” a comedy, and he voiced the lead role in “Rusty: A Dog’s Tale,” a family picture.

The year 2000 began for Lawrence with a prominent part in the teen horror comedy “Boltneck,” alongside Ryan Reynolds, Justin Walker, and Christine Lakin. His subsequent comedic roles were in “Cheats” and “The Hot Chick,” both directed by Rob Schneider. To satirize the sports film genre, Lawrence played quarterback Lance Truman in 2007’s “The Comebacks.” Later the same year, he co-starred with Nathan Fillion, Michelle Monaghan, and Benjamin Bratt in the indie drama Trucker. In addition to the dramatic “Fort McCoy,” Lawrence has also been in the action thriller “Money Plane,” which was directed by his brother Andrew.

Further Television Career

The sixth and last season of the NBC sitcom “Gimme a Break!” featured Lawrence in a recurring role. Acting against his real-life older brother, Joey, he played Matthew Donovan, Joey’s younger brother. After this, in 1988, Lawrence played David Rothenberg, a youngster whose father tried to burn him to death on television in the real crime film “David.” After this, he appeared in several more TV movies, such as “Joshua’s Heart,” “The Summer My Father Grew Up,” and “Daddy.” Then, from 1991 to 1994, Lawrence was a regular on “Blossom,” another of his brother’s television series; in it, he played a younger version of his brother’s character, Joseph Russo. Lawrence also starred in two failed sitcoms during this time, Drexell’s Class and Walter & Emily.

During the years 1994 and 1995, Lawrence starred as musician Sam Collins/Servo in the television series “Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad,” which was his most prominent television role to that point. This was also around the time he made an appearance in the short-lived sitcom “Bringing Up Jack.” Lawrence then joined the cast of “Brotherly Love,” a sitcom in which he would later appear alongside his real-life brothers, Joey and Andrew.

Once production on the show wrapped in 1997, he appeared in the TV movie “Angels in the Endzone.” In the same year, Lawrence took over as Jack Hunter on “Boy Meets World,” then in its fifth season on ABC. He has also directed episodes of CSI: Miami, Boston Public, Melissa & Joey, Workaholics, Girl Meets World, and Hawaii Five-0. Lawrence has also been in the Disney Channel Original Movies “Horse Sense” and “Jumping Ship,” in which he co-starred with his brothers.

What is Matthew Lawrence’s Net Worth 

According to the celebritynetworth, Matthew Lawrence has a net worth of $2 million dollars. Matthew Lawrence got his start in acting on the TV shows “Dynasty” and “Sara” when he was a child. He went on to be in many sitcoms, such as “Gimme a Break!” “Drexell’s Class,” “Walter & Emily,” “Brotherly Love,” and “Boy Meets World.”

Net Worth: $2 Million
Date of Birth: Feb 11, 1980 (42 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Profession: Actor, Singer, Voice Actor
Nationality: United States of America

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