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Marlon Brando

Marlon BrandoAKA Marlon Brando, Jr.

Born: 3-Apr-1924
Birthplace: Omaha, NE
Died: 1-Jul-2004
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: Respiratory failure
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered in Tahiti and Death Valley)

Gender: Male
Religion: Deist
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Bisexual [1]
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: A Streetcar Named Desire

[1] Darwin Porter, Brando Unzipped (2005), "A self-admitted bisexual, he seduced more women and the occasional man than any other actor in the history of Hollywood." Additionally Porter interviewed director Elia Kazan, who explicitly stated that Brando was bisexual. Other sources include Gary Carey, Marlon Brando: The Only Contender (1985), and Emma Tom, "Labelling Compels Sexual Switch-Hitters to Pick a Closet", The Australian, 22 February 2006.

Father: Marlon Brando, Sr.
Mother: Dorothy Penebaker Myers
Sister: Jocelyn Brando (actress, b. 18-Nov-1919, d. 27-Nov-2005)
Sister: Frances (b. 1922, d. 1994)
Wife: Anna Kashfi (m. 1957, div. 1959)
Wife: Movita Castenada (m. 1960, annulled 1968)
Wife: Tarita Teriipia (m. 1962)
Girlfriend: Rita Moreno (actress)
Girlfriend: Josanne Marianna Berenger
Girlfriend: Christina Ruiz
Girlfriend: Elaine Stritch (actress)
Son: Christian Brando (d. 26-Jan-2008 pneumonia)
Daughter: Cheyenne Brando (d. 1995 suicide)
Girlfriend: Ursula Andress
Boyfriend: Wally Cox

    High School: Shattuck Military School

    Dutch Ancestry
    Irish Ancestry
    Sgt. Pepper Lonely Heart
    Oscar for Best Actor 1955 for On the Waterfront
    Golden Globe 1955 for On the Waterfront
    Golden Globe 1956 for World Film Favorite, Male
    Oscar for Best Actor 1973 for The Godfather
    Golden Globe 1973 for The Godfather
    Golden Globe 1974 for World Film Favorite, Male
    Emmy 1979 for Roots: The Next Generations
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1777 Vine Street
    Funeral: Martin Luther King (1968)
    Risk Factors: Obesity, Stuttering, Marijuana

    One-Eyed Jacks (30-Mar-1961)

    Birth of the Living Dead (18-Oct-2013) · Himself
    The Score (9-Jul-2001)
    Free Money (3-Dec-1998) · The Swede
    The Brave (10-May-1997)
    The Island of Dr. Moreau (23-Aug-1996) · Dr. Moreau
    Don Juan DeMarco (7-Apr-1995) · Jack Mickler
    Christopher Columbus: The Discovery (20-Aug-1992)
    Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse (May-1991) · Himself
    The Freshman (20-Jul-1990)
    A Dry White Season (10-Sep-1989)
    The Formula (19-Dec-1980)
    Apocalypse Now (15-Aug-1979) · Col. Kurtz
    Superman (15-Dec-1978) · Jor-El
    The Missouri Breaks (19-May-1976) · Lee Clayton
    Last Tango in Paris (14-Oct-1972) · Paul
    The Godfather (15-Mar-1972) · Don Vito Corleone
    The Nightcomers (15-Feb-1972) · Peter Quint
    Burn! (21-Dec-1969)
    The Night of the Following Day (26-Dec-1968) · Chauffeur
    Candy (17-Dec-1968)
    Reflections in a Golden Eye (11-Oct-1967) · Maj. Weldon Penderton
    A Countess from Hong Kong (5-Jan-1967)
    The Appaloosa (14-Sep-1966) · Matt
    The Chase (19-Feb-1966)
    Morituri (25-Aug-1965)
    Bedtime Story (10-Jun-1964)
    The Ugly American (2-Apr-1963)
    Mutiny on the Bounty (8-Nov-1962) · Fletcher Christian
    One-Eyed Jacks (30-Mar-1961) · Rio
    The Fugitive Kind (1-Dec-1959) · Val Xavier
    The Young Lions (2-Apr-1958)
    Sayonara (5-Dec-1957) · Maj. Gruver
    The Teahouse of the August Moon (29-Nov-1956) · Sakini
    Guys and Dolls (3-Nov-1955) · Sky Masterson
    Desirée (17-Nov-1954)
    On the Waterfront (28-Jul-1954) · Terry Malloy
    The Wild One (30-Dec-1953) · Johnny
    Julius Caesar (4-Jun-1953) · Mark Antony
    Viva Zapata! (7-Feb-1952) · Zapata
    A Streetcar Named Desire (18-Sep-1951) · Stanley
    The Men (20-Jul-1950) · Ken

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Marlon Brando

Author of books:
Brando: Songs My Mother Taught Me (1994)

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