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Three more Top 40 contenders followed over the next twelve months.His version of "Dream Girl" outperformed the Wynter version on the Australian charts.The Library of Congress may or may not own a copy of a particular film or video.To request additional information Ask a Librarian ( The Library of Congress is providing access to these materials for educational and research purposes and makes no warranty with regard to their use for other purposes.He was a cast member for two years on Australia's first major comedy satire program, The Mavis Bramston Show (1964–1968), and featured in the 7 Network's Anything Goes (1968). Bryan has had guest starring roles in other productions. He appeared in a Matlock Police episode, 'What's In It For Me' in 1973.
The relationship ended before Bryan departed Australia for England in 1964.
More recently, Bryan has been involved in The Johnny O’Keefe Memorial Show, performing alongside other legends from the JOK era including Alan Dale, Vicki Forrest, Barry Stanton, Johnny Devlin and Adam.
He is currently performing with Roland Storm and Lucky Starr in the "Golden Boys of Aussie Rock 'n' Roll" show.
Some of Bryan's others hits were "Five Foot Two", "I Don't Want To Be Alone", "Love and Money" and "Ten Pin Bowling".
After having featured on pop shows all over Australia, Bryan scored his own teen music TV series on ABC Television.