Patrick Francis Labyorteaux (born July 22, 1965) is an American actor, television producer and television writer. In many of his earlier credits, his last name is spelled as "Laborteaux". He is best known for his roles of Andrew "Andy" Garvey on the NBC series Little House on the Prairie as well as Bud Roberts on the CBS series JAG and NCIS.
Patrick Francis Labyorteaux
July 22, 1965
|Occupation||Actor, television producer, television writer|
Tina Albanese (m. 1998)
|Family||Matthew Labyorteaux (brother)|
Labyorteaux was born on July 22, 1965, in Los Angeles, California to unknown parents. He was adopted by Ronald "Ron" Labyorteaux (1930–1992), a talent agent, and Frances Mae "Frankie" Labyorteaux (1927–2012), an actress better known by the stage name Frances Marshall, at the age of nine months. Little is known of his personal life before he was adopted, though his adoptive mother commented that when they first met Labyorteaux, he was suffering from malnutrition and had been labeled "unadoptable" by social workers. His brother, Matthew Labyorteaux, was adopted by Ronald and Frances in 1967, when he was ten months old, and his sister, Jane Labyorteaux, at an unknown date.
Life and careerEdit
Labyorteaux, also credited as Patrick Laborteaux in his early career, starred on television and in film. His well-known TV roles are on the hit NBC series Little House on the Prairie as Andrew "Andy" Garvey from 1977–81, and on the CBS hit series JAG as Lt. Cmdr. Bud Roberts from 1995 to 2005, a role he reprised in three episodes of JAG's spin-off, NCIS. Other TV shows on which he has made guest appearances include Starsky & Hutch, 21 Jump Street, Living Single, Yes, Dear, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, The Love Boat, Ghost Whisperer, and iCarly.
He starred in films as well. He played Peter, great-nephew to Lucille Ball in the 1974 film "Mame." One of his well-known roles is in the 1987 comedy film Summer School as football player Kevin Winchester alongside future JAG/NCIS costar Mark Harmon. He appeared in the 1989 cult film Heathers as Ram Sweeney. He voices cartoons such as Spider-Man: The Animated Series, Godzilla: The Series and others.
|1974||Only With Married Men||Peter West||TV movie|
|1977||A Circle of Children||Patrick||TV movie|
|1977||Young Joe, the Forgotten Kennedy||Ted Kennedy||TV movie|
|1977||Opening Night||Child Actor||Uncredited|
|1978||The Comedy Company||Davey Byron||TV movie|
|1986||Prince of Bel Air||Justin||TV movie|
|1987||Summer School||Kevin Winchester|
|1991||Ski School||Ed Young|
|1991||Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College||Mookey||Direct-to-video|
|1991||Adventures in Dinosaur City||Rex / Mr. Big||Voice|
|1994||National Lampoon's Last Resort||Young Hemlock||Direct-to-video|
|1995||High Lonesome||Postmaster||TV movie|
|1995||The Stranger Beside Me||Police Officer Lane||TV movie|
|2002||Redemption of the Ghost||Cameron|
|2009||Melancholy Baby||Zachariah Block||Short|
|2010||In My Sleep||Rob|
|2011||2012: Ice Age||Bill Hart||Direct-to-video|
|2018||The Last Sharknado: It's About Time||Julius Caesar||TV movie|
|1973||This Is the Life||Eric Barrington||Episode: "Child of Rage, Child of Tears"|
|1976||Shazam!||Bill Sherwood||Episode: "Ripcord"|
|1976||Captains and the Kings||Young Rory||TV miniseries (Chapter V)|
|1977–1981||Little House on the Prairie||Andrew "Andy" Garvey||43 episodes|
|1977||Starsky & Hutch||Richie Yeager||Episodes: "The Plague" (Parts 1–2)|
|1979||The Love Boat||Bobby Trymon||Episode: "Ages of Man / Bo 'n Sam / Families"|
|1979||Trapper John, M.D.||Billy||Episode: "One for My Baby"|
|1981||The Love Boat||Todd Andrews||Episode: "The Lady from Laramie/Vicki Swings/Phantom Bride"|
|1989||21 Jump Street||Pvt. Jack Weaver||Episode: "A.W.O.L."|
|1990||Paradise||Jerome||Episodes: "The Gates of Paradise", "Shadow of a Doubt"|
|1995–1998||Spider-Man||Flash Thompson||Voice, 15 episodes|
|1995||Hope and Gloria||Howie||Episode: "Are We Having Fun Yet?"|
|1995||Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman||Bob Fences||Episode: "Contact"|
|1995||New York Daze||Stairmaster Guy||Episode: "Rebound Guy"|
|1995–2005||JAG||Lt. Bud Roberts Jr.||208 episodes|
|1996||The Last Frontier||Andy||6 episodes|
|1996||Living Single||Officer Solis||Episode: "The Engagement: Part 2"|
|1999||Godzilla: The Series||Dr. Hoffman||Voice, Episodes: "Monster Wars" (Parts 1–3)|
|2003||Yes, Dear||Lt. Bud Roberts Jr.||Episode: "Let's Get Jaggy with It"|
|2003, 2016–2018||NCIS||3 episodes|
|2007||Without a Trace||William Broeder||Episode: "The Beginning"|
|2008||Wildfire||Derek Polk||Episode: "Flames"|
|2008||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Bob Lenz||Episode: "Say Uncle"|
|2009||Ghost Whisperer||Jeffrey Crockett||Episode: "Ghost Busted"|
|2009||The Storm||Carter||TV miniseries|
|2009||Dexter||Cook (Sandwich Shop)||Episode: "Dirty Harry"|
|2009||iCarly||Wilson||Episode: "iFind Lewbert's Lost Love"|
|2016||American Crime Story||Mike Walker||Episode: "100% Not Guilty"|
|2016||Castle||Glen Hume||Episode: "Dead Again"|
|2016||Scandal||Doug Morton||Episode: "That's My Girl"|
|2017||Rebel||Dr. Adam Loyton||Episode: "Brother's Keeper"|
- "Patrick Labyorteaux". IMdb. Retrieved January 11, 2018.
- Beck, Marilyn. “’Unadoptable’ child bright, new star of ‘Prairie.’” The Tucson Arizona Daily Star. 9 June 1978.
- "About Patrick Laborteaux and Matthew Laborteaux". littlehouseontheprairie.com. Retrieved 2018-11-15.
- "Actress Frances Labyorteaux Dies at 85". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2018-11-15.
- "Frances Mae Labyorteaux Obituary". Legacy.com. February 2, 2012.
- People, "Landon's Little Kids", September 11, 1978.
- Reilly, Sue. “Michael Landon’s Amazing Kids.” People Weekly. 11 September 1978
- "Her Nephew's Son". Nanaimo Daily News. 28 July 1973.
- "Paramount Announces Summer School". The Germantown News. 16 July 1987.
- Benson, Sheila (31 March 1989). "Heathers' Gets Lost in a Moral Thicket". Los Angeles Times.
- Couch, Aaron (1 November 2014). "'Spider-Man: The Animated Series' Cast Reunites and Reveals New Project". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 17 May 2019.
- Staff, Variety (2001-08-20). "Jeau Bennett Labyorteaux". Variety. Retrieved 2018-11-15.