Bryan Termulo BiographyBryan Termulo was born on March 8, 1988 in Bocaue, Bulacan, Philippines. Bryan is a popular singer in the Philippines who joined the competition “Pinoy Pop Superstar,” where he emerged a runner-up. He has been singing the theme songs of some of the telenovelas in ABS-CBN entitled “Walang Hanggan,” and “100 Days to Heaven,” entitled “Dadalhin” and “Bihag,” respectively. He is the third child among four siblings and his parents were Benigno Termulo and Ruth Cruz. His real name is Bryan Byll Cruz Termulo and his friends call him Yan. He is a simple person but is very persistent and persevered when talking about achieving his dreams. Bryan graduated his high school at the Pulong Buhangin National High School in his hometown, Santa Maria, Bulacan, Philippines. He pursues his college education and is taking up Mass Communication. He hopes to be a broadcast journalist in the years to come aside from being a singer.
His career was going nowhere somewhere along the line, and Bryan was already thinking of shifting his career to being a nurse and instead work abroad. It was ABS-CBN who once again offered him to pursue his singing and acting career. He was not able to study a Nursing course but instead shifted to Communication Arts and will be graduating next year. He goes to Trinity University of Asia.
He had his first solo concert at the Music Museum entitled “Bryan Termulo XXV,” and as a birthday concert, he will do all kinds of genre songs from pop, jazz, and others. He had also displayed his dancing skills, even though he is not really a dancer. His second album entitled “Bryan Hanggang Ngayon” was produced by BWB and distributed by Star Records, has eight songs and had a bonus track of “Dadalhin” and “Hanggang Ngayon” songs. He is co-managed by Raul Leynes and Star magic, the talent marketing arm of ABS-CBN.
Bryan is popularly known as the voice behind ABS-CBN’s teleseryes, but just recently he joined one of the drama series under the same network. He appeared in the soap entitled “huwag ka Lang Mawawala,” which has just concluded. The drama series starred Judy Ann Santos, KC Concepcion and Sam Milby. He was happy about that latest development in his career, because he was given the chance to be included in a TV series that stars big names in the Philippine movie industry. He was paired with Empress Schuck.
The story revolved around Anessa played by Judy Ann Santos who is a battered wife of Sam Milby, who was playing the role of Eros. The drama series just ended last Friday August 23, 2013 and gave way to the new teleserye starring Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo.
Bryan is still busy with his singing career and studies, and hopefully he will be given the chance to do some acting in the days to come. He believes that ABS-CBN will always take care of their talents and know what is best for them.