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Actor, Singer, Dancer

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From stage to screen, Matthew loves to perform and entertain! 

In March 2023, Matthew filmed a series regular role in the pilot episode of Drew Goddard’s High Potential, starring Kaitlin Olson. In May, ABC announced plans to pick up the one-hour drama for the new season. Next up is Ragtime at Signature Theatre in Arlington, VA. Matthew will play The Little Boy under the direction of Matthew Gardiner. 

Matthew recently starred as Young Ray in the play “Tommy and Me” at Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, PA. This comes on the heels of his performance of Frank Jr. in the Off-Broadway production of “Merrily We Roll Along” at the New York Theatre Workshop. Matthew also had the honor of performing with several Broadway stars in The Transport Group’s benefit concert performance of the musical “Nine” at the Kaufman Music Center.


Matthew filmed his first lead role in the feature film, Going for Two, alongside Julianne Hough. He stars as Jimmy Moriarty, a fatherless 12-year-old boy, embarking on a quest for his “manhood”. He was also seen in a supporting role in Manodrome which premiered at the 73rd Berlin International Film Festival on February 18, 2023.   


Matthew co-starred in Season 2 of the Emmy Award winning Only Murders in the Building, playing Little Charles, and made his feature film debut as Jackson in Paramount's SMILE. Matthew has also worked professionally as a voiceover artist for commercials and on several animated series – including work with Netflix, Nickelodeon, and Disney.

Other regional theater credits include Fletcher in “Freaky Friday” at the New Theatre & Restaurant and Billy in “School of Rock” at The Theatre in the Park. In 2021 he performed as Randy Parker in MTKC Pro's “A Christmas Story” and as Tom Thumb in Musical Theatre Kansas City's “Barnum.”

He trains in the advanced all-pro track with Co-Owner Jessi Clayton, Sarah Baskin, and Taylor Kaplan of The Professional Performance Prep (The Prep) in Little Silver, NJ and studies voice with Laura Renee Mehl (NY).

Matthew attended Broadway Artists Alliance's (BAA) 2020, 2021, and 2023 Summer Intensives in New York City on scholarship as well as BAA’s 2022 and 2023 Winter Workshop Intensives.  He also graduated from BAA Conservatory’s 10-week professional development program and continues to train and perform with them regularly.

You can follow Matthew on Instagram @matthewlambofficial and

Matthew Lamb currently co-starring as The Little Boy in Signature Theatre's production of Ragtime.

“What a Game,” Father’s (Bill English) foray to the ballpark with his weirdly clairvoyant

“What a Game,” Father’s (Bill English) foray to the ballpark with his weirdly clairvoyant Little Boy, wonderfully played by the luminous Matthew Lamb, is a delightfully leveling episode in a show loaded with Americana."

-- Amy Kotkin, DC Theatre Arts

“What a Game,” Father’s (Bill English) foray to the ballpark with his weirdly clairvoyant

There are many standout performances in this show, but I was especially captivated by two. Tateh (Bobby Smith) brings a ferocity to his portrayal of the highs and lows of one immigrant experience, taking the audience on the emotional journey of finding a better life for his little girl through scrappy creativity and palpable devotion. The Little Boy (Matthew Lamb) often provides moments of levity, and Lamb’s comedic timing and professionalism shine through both on and off the stage.

-- Rebecca Cary, The Rodgers Revue

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Matthew Lamb is a delight as the Little Boy, an upper-crust kid with a common touch and a weird clairvoyant inkling of impending war.

-By Peter Marks, The Washington Post

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