Matthew Josten was born on 8 September 1997. His birthname was Matthew Michael Josten. He was born in California in a town called Santa Clarita in the USA. He is a producer and actor. Since his four years, he has been acting in films. He got selected in the first role that he auditioned for. His acting career started in 2002. He starred in the TV series Birds of Prey in 2002. He appeared as a 4-year-old guy in an episode. It was created by Laeta Kalogridis. It was an action adventure fantasy science fiction drama. It was released on October 9.
Matthew appeared in TV series as Gus Carey/ Gus in six episodes of the “The Drew Carey “Show in the year 2004. It was created by Drew Carey and Bruce Helford. It was a comedy drama, and it was released on September 13 in 1995. The series won 11 awards and was nominated for other ten awards. It was also nominated for 7 Primetime Emmy awards. He appeared in the film Just Hustle in the same year. It was written by Sage Bannick and directed by Ari Bernstein. It was a crime genre movie.
Matthew acted as Little A.J. Roberts in eight episodes of the TV series JAG from 2002 to 2004. Donald P. Bellisario created the series. It won three Primetime Emmy Awards. It also won other eight awards and was nominated for 17 awards. The series started in September 1995. It was a crime action mystery thriller drama. Matthew gave voice to the character Kirby- Alien Kid in the popular film Chicken Little in 2005. Mark Dindal directed the film and Randy Fullmer produced the film. The movie earned 314 million dollars. In 2006, he appeared as a Boy Scout Leader in the TV movie The Other Mall. In 2007, Matthew gave voice in the film Meet the Robinsons for the character Michael “Goob” Yagoobian. It was directed by Steve Anderson. It was a science fiction comedy film.
The movie earned 169 million dollars. In the same year, he acted as Dillion in the film Jake’s Closet. It was written and directed by Shelli Ryan. It was a horror thriller drama and was released in July 2007. Matthew Josten appeared as Bo Hamilton in 44 episodes of the TV series Rodney from 2004 to 2008. He then appeared in the films The Absent as Tyler,
: Typee as Nathan and in Tenn as Dakin Williams.
He also appeared in the series October Road, Haunted Hathaways, Instant Mom, Chad : ”An American Boy”, Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street and in Speeches. Matthew Josten produced ,wrote, directed, Cinematographed, edited and composed the short films New Shoes and The City of Angels in 2014 and 2013 respectively. He also acted in the film Becoming Beyond which is to be out in 2017.