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|03-08-2005, 01:29 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 13, 2004
Location: wished I was with the lady in the above picture
What Bryton Mcclure looks like today
This for anyone who has not seen it yet.
Some of theses others are for when he was younger.
Some interesting things about Bryton.
The Young and the Restless has been the number one daytime drama for more than twelve consecutive years. Monday, May 31, Recording Artist Bryton – who starred for eight seasons on the ABC sitcom Family Matters – makes his soap debut as Devon, a young teen who will take on none other than the show’s main character “Victor”, Mustache himself! According to Y&R co –executive producer / co-headwriter Jack Smith, Victor’s community-service project at the inner-city recreational center will bring him into direct contact with Devon (Bryton’s new character) and provide a launching pad “for a major foster child story.”
At 18 years old, Bryton is well received in both the US and Europe. At 14, he was the youngest recording artist on the Universal Polydor label. He debuted his 1st single on live television at Pop-Komm’s “Stars 2000”. The all-star concert had over ten million viewers worldwide. Bryton’s single is now on over nine-million compilation CDs sold that include songs by Britney Spears, the Back Street Boys, and n-Sync to name a few. Bryton has also performed live on Viva, ZDF 5, Giga TV, Disney TV and RTL in Europe and on numerous television shows on nearly every major network in the U.S.
Bryton booked his first TV commercial for Disney / Mattel’s on his first audition at age 2. At age 3, Bryton's first theatrical audition landed him a role on the ABC TV show, Family Matters. He starred as Richie on more than 200 episodes during the show’s 9 year reign. Today, Bryton can still be seen daily, on Family Matters in over 72 countries worldwide.
Additional credits include the voice of Freddie on Fox's “Kids From Room 402”, the voice of “Mowgli” in Disney's “Jungle Book” CD ROM and currently, Disney’s new animated series, American Dragon”
Bryton shared the stage with Mariah Carey, Usher, NSYNC, Destiny’s Child and Celine Dion to name a few in Washington DC at the United We Stand Concert during Michael Jackson’s performance of the song "What More Can I Give". Bryton also appears on the recording and video of the same song.
Most importantly, Bryton has performed at children's charity events all over the world. He's been invited to entertain three consecutive years at the White House in Washington DC and was subsequently personally invited by Bill Clinton to perform and speak at the launch of a $2 billion-dollar anti-drug campaign. Bryton has performed to sell out crowds at the Koln Arena in Germany, in New York's Central Park, the Salt Palace, Disney World, the House of Blues in Hollywood and at various events worldwide. He has performed the National Anthem on many occasions to crowds as large as 200,000 people.
Bryton is the spokesperson for many charities and founded his own charity in 1996 called “RADD Kids”, which has since been awarded by the United States government for outstanding youth safety work. Bryton has been honored with 12 awards in the entertainment industry, including the Michael Landon Award for charitable contributions through youth in entertainment.
Bryton was nominated by the Hollywood Reporter's Young Star Awards for best performance by a recording artist alongside Brandy, LeAnn Rimes, Hansen and Jonny Lang to name a few.
Among hobbies, Bryton loves racing go-karts, snowboarding, video games and most of all, performing live in front of large audiences. Bryton's goals include winning an Oscar, an Emmy and a Grammy.
Resume for Bryton
Bryton Hair: Brown Born 08/17/1986 Eyes: Brown Height: 5’ 9” Agent: APA: Theatrical
The Young and the Restless -- CBS / DEVON / current
Family Matters Richie/ Star / 9 seasons ABC / CBS / Worldwide Syndication
Brothers Garcia – Guest Star
Smart Guy Cory / Guest Star / The WB Network
Music Pizza Guest Star w/ Sherrie Lewis / PBS
NAACP Image Awards Award Presenter to Michael Jackson
Puzzle Place Guest Star (Tim)
Universal Polydor Ooh, The Way I Feel About You (Premier Video)
ABC - Always Be Careful You’ll Always Be Cool
Prince - Seven
RADD - Drive My Car
Michael Jackson - Dangerous Compilation Michael Jackson – What Have I Got That I can Give Film
Milk Cartons Staring as "Billy"
Mattel / Disney See-n-Say -- Industrial film
Sony/M&M’s Sony movie trailer
Cartoon Animation Series
Jungle Book Voice of Mowgli, Mancub / Disney CD Rom
Galaxy Quest Feature Animated Film / Dream Works 1999
Kids in Room 402 Current - Freddie (lead) 1999/2000 FOX/Saban
Hunchback of Notre Dame CD ROM (Various) 1998
02’ Disneyland SADD Conference, Anaheim California
02’ Pricilla Presley’s Charity "Casa Pacifica" Performing Arts Center, Thousand Oaks, CA
Tribute to Michael Jackson, London England
’01 "United We Stand – What More Can I Give" all-star fundraiser, RFK Stadium, Washington DC
01 "Next Big Star" Guest Star– Ed McMahon Theatre, MGM Grand, Las Vegas
’01 MJ Day 3, Webster Hall, New York
01 Universal Sheraton, National Diversity Summit, US Department of Transportation
'01 Apollo Theatre, London 10th Annual MJ Day / w Michael Jackson
00 PopKomm "Stars 2000" Live TV Broadcast Koln Arena, Germany
'00 Bravo Convention, Berlin Germany, Bravo Stage
'00 Sail With the Stars, Co-headliner with Jonny Lang
'00 Michigan 500, National Anthem
'99 CART Explosion, Live TV Broadcast Koln Arena, Germany
'99 Al Jerreau & Friends, Al Jerreau-Jeffrey Osbourne-Melissa Manchester - Malibu, CA
'99 Inaugural Houston Grand Prix, National Anthem
'98 Presidential Event, President Clinton's Live Nationally televised press event
'98 House of Blues, Diane Eastwood's Quest for Excellence
'97 D.A.R.E. day Live in New York's Central Park
Alubms he is in or has out.
20 top hits winter extra 2000
Sailor Moon Goodbye Sailer Moon Vol. 12
The Dome vol. 16
Hit Hammer 2000
Hit Mix 2001 - The NonStop Mix
I hope to one day meet Melanie Bernhardt who played Kathy Gordon in 4 Different Strokes episodes.(girl in the wheel chair)
|03-08-2005, 01:46 AM||#2|
Join Date: Jan 13, 2004
Location: wished I was with the lady in the above picture
Pictures of Bryton with other celebrities.
go to this website http://www.bryton.net/
This is where I got the information about Bryton. So I like to give credit to the website for all the information on Bryton.
Reason I posted the information, is because some people do not like going to website links off of websites people post incase of a virus/trojan/spyware/addware.
Some he wrote I like
"To everyone who beholds these pages
May 2005 deliver the grandest of stages
Where friendship and love can perform together
And music and laughter will sound forever
Stages with concerts for our sisters and brothers
With never ending encores, one after another
Songs that are dedicated to me and to you
Songs that will last the whole year through
May this New Year bring, much joy and happiness
Especially to the ill and those who have less
Share with a stranger, your smile and your grace
And help make this world, a better place!"
Other things he said.
Everything we need to know may have been learned by building of The Ark...
1: Don't miss the boat.
2: Remember that we are all in the same boat.
3: Plan ahead. It wasn't raining when The Ark was built.
4: Stay fit. When you're 60 years old, someone may ask you to do something really big.
5: Don't listen to critics; just get on with the job that needs to be done.
6: Build your future on high ground.
7: For safety's sake, travel in pairs.
8: Speed isn't always an advantage. The snails were on board with the cheetahs.
9: When you're stressed, float awhile.
10: Remember, the Ark was built by amateurs; the Titanic by professionals.
11: No matter the storm, stay on course, there will always be a rainbow at the end.
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