A native of Bel Air, Maryland, Kera O'Bryon has been in entertainment since the
age of 3. An accomplished singer and actress, Kera has performed in 35 stage
productions, primarily focusing on musical theatre and opera.
She became a recording artist at the age of 8, releasing a record with her family
and then one with her brother when she was 13. Some of her most exciting
performances included opening for Smoky Robinson, and Marie Osmond, as well
as winning a statewide vocal competition to sing the national athem for the
Baltimore Orioles Opening Day game in Maryland in 1990. She sang for the
NCAA Eastern Final Division Basketball Tournament at UMBC that same year, as
well as the North vs. South Hawaiian Classic Lacrosse Tournament at John
Hopkins University. She opened the festivities for the national FTD in Chicago,
Sacramento, and Reno and for the NFDA (National Funeral Directors
Association) in Chicago, Palm Springs, Baltimore, and Las Vegas.
Kera has recorded voice-overs and jingles nationwide for such clients as Michelob,
Kroger, Eckerd, Fresh Pride, Heilig-Meyers, Fidelis Care, Ortega, The Melting
Pot, Circuit City, Sports Authority, and McDonald's, to name a few, and also stays
busy recording voice-overs from her home recording studio. She has been doing
back-up vocal and demos for national artist, and many other regional and local
Clients. Kera's television credits include the "Hauntings", "FBI Files", The
Prosecutors", "The New Detectives", "Untold Stories of the Navy Seals", Christian
Broadcasting Networks's "The Knock Knock Show", along with numerous film
credits, including Stephen Walker's recently released independent film,
"JUDGES". She hosted a pilot television program in Los Angeles called "Beach
Music 2002", whick featured beach music artists such as The Embers and The
Main Ingredient, etc. In 2003, Kera performed Rod McBrien's "Till the White
Dove Flies Alone" for the Annual Veteran's Day Ceremony at The Wall in
Washington, D.C., and on Memorial Day this year, did a concert of Rod McBrien's
music in Hartford, CT. The WWII Memorial Commemorative CD, "Salute!" was
released on June 28th, 2005 at the Women's Memorial in Washington, D.C. on
which she sang background vocal's for Lou Christie, Crystal Gayle, Zachary
Richard, and others. She recently completed a country music project in Nashville.
For almost 5 years, she has been the host of an Emmy Award-winning internation
television program for NASA Langley's Office of Education, called "Destination
Tomorrow", and was recently nominated for a second Emmy.
Kera currently lives in Newport News, Virginia, with her husband, Christian,
where she enjoys singing, reading and traveling in her spare time.......
What spare time???
WORKING WITH DJ:
Working around someone, who is motivated, focused, and the consummate
professional energizes you, motivates you and keeps you on track. DJ Perry
embodies that. Each time I have worked with him, I have always come away with
a feeling of purpose. He lights a fire under me to stay with it. DJ has a great
combination of humor and concentration. There is a time and place for
everything. His ability to convey a range of emotion in a single glance is
unparalled. His tender yet intense approach to each of his roles will no doubt
continue to carry him through an already successful career.