Having performed globally on the stages of Broadway, the Jazz clubs of New York, Tokyo, and Taiwan, to London’s West End.
As a TV personality Breton has been seen on “Project Runway”, “Americas Next Top Model”, “Australia’s Next Top Model”, “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and NYC”, and his own TV show “The Malan Show” BRAVO TV. As a danseur Breton danced with Paula Abdul, Missy Elliot, Puffy Combs, and many others. His voice can be heard in campaigns for Sothebys, Banana Republic, ABC, and he was the Voice of ESPN’s Xtreme sports. Originating from Taiwan, Breton was discovered as a fashion model in the 1990’s . Breton, an alumnus of the Juilliard School, began his music training at the age of 4, where he studied the piano, tuba, violin, flute. He has appeared as a commentator for “MTV News”, “E News”, “NBC’s The Today Show”, “Fox Morning Show”, “CBS morning show”, and “OK! Magazine” where he had his own column ‘ Malan’s Musings’ . Breton is an award winning film director, and has produced shows for TV, film, and theatre. In 2018 Breton wrote, animated, and musically arranged the theatrical piece “Everywhere at the end of time” performed to a sold out Madison Square Garden. “The single (Something Stupid) is riveting as well as provoking and Breton brings a new sound to pop, with his distinct, warm vocals, that carry the perfect amount of debonair quality.” -American Songwriter
The song charted number ten on the french pop charts the day of its release….