Bryan Burdon has appeared in almost every branch of entertainment. He began his showbusiness career at the age of twelve touring in variety and revue with his father, comedian Albert Burdon, working in all the major music halls. On leaving his fathers act he joined a number of repertory companies to gain experience in the legitimate theatre. Soon after he became a member of the famous Fol De Rols summer show where he stayed for three seasons sharing the comedy with the late Leslie Crowther.

His versatility has brought him work ranging from cabaret at the Savoy Hotel to principal comedian in summer seasons at all the major resorts. Straight roles have included the farce Chase Me Comrade, the plays Seagulls Over Sorrento, Flare Path and the lead in the west end run of Strippers at the Phoenix Theatre. During the Rock & Roll era he compered many major pop tours. His work in musicals has included Hit The Deck, Irma La Douce, the national tour of Bud "n Ches, where he played one of the Crazy Gang and the British premiere of Stephen Sondheim's Follies. He was in the London production of the American Revue Sugar Babies at the Savoy Theatre, in which he not only played but understudied the legendary Mickey Rooney. Bryan has worked abroad in places as far apart as the Persian Gulf, Singapore, South Africa and the USA.

No stranger to television, among his numerous credits are, Sapper Binns in Danger UXB, Bill Webb in Gems, The Secret Life of Adrian Mole, Emmerdale, Hi De Hi, Sunday Night at the London Palladium, Six of Hearts, Show Me, Broken Homes, A Xmas Lantern with Wayne Sleep, The Freddie Starr Series and Victoria Wood as seen on TV. He proved very popular on Children's Television where he appeared and co-wrote the series On The Rocks, guested on a number of the Sooty Shows and hosted the final two series of Pinky & Perky.

Bryan has the unique record of having written and starred in the Theatre Royal Windsor's prestigious annual pantomimes for twenty five years