Marlon Brando

Total Box Office:
 $272.3M
Highest Rated:
100% The Godfather (1972)
Lowest Rated:
7% Christopher Columbus: The Discovery (1992)
Birthday:
Apr 3
Birthplace:
Omaha, Nebraska, USA
Bio:
Marlon Brando was quite simply one of the most celebrated and influential screen and stage actors of the postwar era; he rewrote the rules of performing, and nothing was ever the same again. Brooding, lusty, and intense, his greatest contribution was popularizing Method acting, a highly interpretive…

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Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
95% Sing Your Song
  • Marlon Brando
$47.7k 2011
Countess From Hong Kong (Grevinnan fran Hong Kong)
  • Actor
-- 2011
Brando: The Documentary
  • Actor
-- 2007
76% Superman Returns
  • Jor-El
$200.0M 2006
90% Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut
  • Jor-El
-- 2006
83% Broadway: The Golden Age, by the Legends Who Were There
  • Actor
-- 2003
48% Naqoyqatsi (Naqoyqatsi: Life as War)
  • Actor
-- 2002
93% Apocalypse Now Redux
  • Colonel Kurtz
$2.0M 2001
73% The Score
  • Max
$70.3M 2001
Hollywood Screen Tests
  • Actor
-- 2000
50 Years: The Best of Hollywood
  • Actor
-- 1998
17% Free Money
  • The Swede
-- 1998
33% The Brave
  • McCarthy
-- 1997
23% The Island of Dr. Moreau
  • Dr. Moreau
-- 1996
74% Don Juan DeMarco
  • Dr. Jack Mickler
-- 1995
Edward R. Murrow - The Best of 'Person to Person'
  • Actor
-- 1993
Stella Adler - Awake and Dream
  • Actor
-- 1992
7% Christopher Columbus: The Discovery
  • Tomas de Torquemada
-- 1992
This Reporter
  • Actor
-- 1991
93% The Freshman
  • Carmone Sabatini
-- 1990
86% A Dry White Season
  • Ian McKenzie
-- 1989
30% The Formula
  • Adam Steiffel
-- 1980
99% Apocalypse Now
  • Colonel Kurtz
-- 1979
Raoni: The Fight for the Amazon
  • Actor
-- 1979
93% Superman
  • Jor-El
-- 1978
83% The Missouri Breaks
  • Lee Clayton
-- 1976
America at the Movies
  • Actor
-- 1976
The Godfather: The Coppola Restoration
  • Actor
-- 1972
81% Last Tango in Paris
  • Paul
-- 1972
100% The Godfather
  • Don Vito Corleone
-- 1972
The Nightcomers
  • Quint
-- 1971
83% Queimada (Burn!) (The Mercenary)
  • Sir William Walker
-- 1969
100% The Night of the Following Day
  • Chauffeur
-- 1969
80% Candy
  • Grindl
-- 1968
57% Reflections in a Golden Eye
  • Maj. Weldon Penderton
-- 1967
60% A Countess from Hong Kong
  • Ogden Mears
-- 1967
Meet Marlon Brando
  • Actor
-- 1966
The Appaloosa
  • Matt Fletcher
-- 1966
80% The Chase
  • Sheriff Calder
-- 1966
Morituri
  • Robert Crain
-- 1965
80% The Ugly American
  • Harrison Carter MacWhite
-- 1963
Bedtime Story (King of the Mountain)
  • Freddy Benson
-- 1963
71% Mutiny on the Bounty
  • Fletcher Christian
-- 1962
50% One Eyed Jacks
  • Kid Rio
  • Director
-- 1961
60% The Fugitive Kind
  • Valentine "Snakeskin" Xavier
-- 1960
80% The Young Lions
  • Christian Diesti
-- 1958
100% Sayonara
  • Maj. Lloyd Gruver
-- 1957
86% The Teahouse of the August Moon
  • Sakini
-- 1956
87% Guys and Dolls
  • Sky Masterson
-- 1955
100% On the Waterfront
  • Terry Malloy
-- 1954
Desirée
  • Napoleon Bonaparte
-- 1954
100% Julius Caesar
  • Marc Antony
-- 1953
Edward R. Murrow: the Best of Person to Person
  • Actor
-- 1953
80% The Wild One
  • Johnny
-- 1953
65% Viva Zapata!
  • Emiliano Zapata
-- 1952
98% A Streetcar Named Desire
  • Stanley Kowalski
-- 1951
A Streetcar Named Desire: Digital Restovation
  • Actor
-- 1951
70% The Men (Battle Stripe)
  • Ken
-- 1950
Nagoyqatsi
  • Actor
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The Men
  • Actor
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Marlon Brando Trivia

Marlon Brando was well-known for never reading a script for a role. What is less well-known is that he suffered from dyslexia (a neurological condition that makes reading either extremely difficult or impossible for those afflicted). He was embarrassed about this fact & used to hide it from his film peers.
- submitted by mirabella 1 (4 years ago)

Quotes from Marlon Brando's Characters

    1. Charley Malloy: You know, it's time to think about getting some ambition.
    2. Terry Malloy: I always figured I'd live a bit longer without it.
    From On the Waterfront. Submitted by Edward A (5 months ago)
    1. Sheriff Calder: I'm not out patrolling, I'm looking for an ice cream cone.
    From The Chase. Submitted by Greg H (5 months ago)
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