Birth NameMatthew Charles Labyorteaux
5' 7" (1.7 m)
Matthew Labyorteaux was born on December 8, 1966 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Matthew Charles Labyorteaux. He is known for his work on Little House on the Prairie (1974), Mulan (1998) and Deadly Friend (1986).
He is adopted.
Brother of actor Patrick Labyorteaux and Jane Laborteaux.
Was born with autism and a hole in his heart.
In 1992, he and his brother, actor Patrick Labyorteaux, with whom he founded the Youth Rescue Fund, a charity dedicated to helping runaways, appeared before a House sub-committee to plead the case of runaways and raised $11 million for youth shelters across America.
Son of Ron Labyorteaux and Frances Marshall.
Brother-in-law of Tina Albanese.
On "The Little House on the Prairie" a few season before he played the "Ingalls" adopted son "Albert" he played a young "Charles Ingalls" (Michael Landon) in an episode where Ma tells Laura and Mary about how she and Charles met.
Brother, Patrick Labyorteaux, also appeared on Little House on the Prairie, as Andrew Garvey.
Doing voiceover work.