Marlon Brando

Marlon Brando

American actor (1924–2004)
Marlon Brando Jr. was an American actor. Considered one of the most influential actors of the 20th century, he received numerous accolades throughout his career, which spanned six decades, including two Academy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, one Cannes Film Festival Award and three British Academy Film Awards.Wikipedia
BornApril 3, 1924
HometownOmaha, Nebraska, United States of America
Net worth$100 million
Height5'9" (1.75m)
SpouseTarita Teriipaia (m 1962 - 1972) , Movita Castaneda (m 1960 - 1968) , Anna Kashfi (m 1957 - 1959)
PartnerJill Banner , Rita Moreno
ChildrenChristian Brando , Cheyenne Brando
ParentsDodie Brando , Marlon Brando, Sr.


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1990Golden GlobeBest Performance By an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion PictureA Dry White SeasonNominated
1990Academy AwardActor in a Supporting RoleA Dry White SeasonNominated
1989British Academy of Film & Television ArtsActor in a Supporting RoleA Dry White SeasonNominated
1974Academy AwardActorLast Tango in ParisNominated
1974British Academy of Film & Television ArtsActorLast Tango in ParisNominated