Bryton Eric McClure (credited simply as Bryton) was born August 17, 1986 in Lakewood, California. He is an American Emmy Award-winning actor and singer. Bryton was born to an African-American musician father and a Caucasian mother.
From 1990-1997 he appeared as Richie Crawford on the sitcom Family Matters, and currently stars on The Young and the Restless.
In addition to acting, McClure has had some success as a recording artist. He debuted his first single, "Ooh, The Way I Feel About You," on the German TV series Stars 2000, and has performed live on the international networks Viva, ZDF 5, and Giga TV, as well as on The Disney Channel.
Bryton's credits also include voice acting work as Freddie, on the animated series The Kids From Room 402, and Mowgli on The Jungle Book CD-ROM.
An active spokesman for many charitable organizations, Bryton founded his own charity in 1996 called "RADD (Recording Artists, Actors and Athletes Against Drunk Driving) Kids" - which has since been awarded by the United States government for outstanding youth safety work.
He has received several honors, including the Michael Landon Award for contributions through entertainment. A resident of Southern California, he enjoys racing go-karts, snowboarding, and video games.
Bryton has played the role of Devon Hamilton on CBS's The Young and the Restless since 2004. He won the 2007 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series.