Marlon Brando Poster

Other Works

  • 2000: TV commercial for Telecom.
  • 1999: TV commercial (voiceover) for Pepsi-Cola.
  • (September 2001) Music video: Appeared in Michael Jackson's "You Rock My World".
  • (October 8, 1945 - June 29, 1946) : Stage: Appeared (as "Nels") in "I Remember Mama" on Broadway
  • (September 5, 1946 - December 14, 1946) Stage: Appeared in "A Flag is Born" on Broadway
  • (February 17, 1946 - March 9, 1946) Stage: Appeared in "Truckline Cafe" on Broadway. Also in cast: David Manners.
  • (1946) Stage: Appeared (as "Eugene Marchbanks") in "Candida" on Broadway (revival). Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Guthrie McClintic. Cort Theatre: 3 Apr 1946-2 May 1946 (24 performances). Cast: Wesley Addy (as "The Rev. James Mavor Morell"), Oliver Cliff, Katharine Cornell (as "Candida"; also producer), Cedric Hardwicke (as "Mr. Burgess"), 'Mildred Natwick' (as "Miss Proserpine Garnett"). Produced in association with Gilbert Miller.
  • (1947) Stage: Appeared (as "Stanley Kowalski") in "A Streetcar Named Desire" on Broadway. Drama. Written by Tennessee Williams. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Lighting Design by Jo Mielziner. Assistant to Mr. Mielziner: John Harvey and Arthur H. Ross. Directed by Elia Kazan. Ethel Barrymore Theatre: 3 Dec 1947-17 Dec 1949 (855 performances). Cast: Jessica Tandy (as "Blanche Du Bois"), Kim Hunter (as "Stella Kowalski"), Karl Malden (as "Harold Mitchell/Mitch"), Rudy Bond, Vito Christi, Nick Dennis (as "Pablo Gonzales"), Ann Dere, Richard Garrick, Peg Hillias, Gee Gee James, Edna Thomas. Produced by Irene Mayer Selznick.
  • (2005) Novel, with Donald Cammell: "Fan-Tan". New York: Alfred A. Knopf. ISBN 1400044715
  • (November 2001) "Lying for a Living". Brando taught an acting seminar. He hired Tony Kaye to produce. For 14 days Brando discussed acting, among other things, in front of seven digital video cameras and about 40 people. The students ranged from well-known actors to unknown aspiring actors. In attendance at various times were Jon Voight, Harry Dean Stanton, Sean Penn, Robin Williams, Whoopi Goldberg, Michael Jackson, Edward James Olmos, Jon Lovitz, Nick Nolte, Mick Fleetwood, Richard Riehle and others. The idea was to document the seminar and then sell DVD copies to the public. But due to conflicts between Brando and Kaye, the project has never been released.
  • (1944) Stage Play: I Remember Mama. Comedy. Written by John Van Druten. Adapted from "Mama's Bank Account" by Kathryn Forbes. Scenic Design by George Jenkins. Costume Design by Lucinda Ballard. Lighting Design by George Jenkins. Assistant to George Jenkins: Chase Adams. Assistant to Lucinda Ballard: Anna Hill Johnstone. Music Box Theatre: 19 Oct 1944- 29 Jun 1946 (713 performances). Cast: Mady Christians (as "Mama"), Oskar Homolka (as "Uncle Chris"), Joan Tetzel (as "Katrin"), Robert Antoine (as "Arne"), Frank Babcock (as "Soda Clerk"), Richard Bishop (as "Papa"), Marlon Brando (as "Nels") [Broadway debut], Josephine Brown (as "Florence Dana Moorhead"), Dorothy Elder (as "Another Nurse"), Marie Gale (as "A Nurse"), Ruth Gates (as "Aunt Jenny"), Adrienne Gessner (as "Aunt Trina"), Frances Heflin (as "Christine"), Carolyn Hummel (as "Dagmar"), Herbert Kenwith (as "Bellboy"), Ottilie Kruger (as "Dorothy Schiller"), Louise Lorimer (as "A Woman"), Ellen Mahar (as "Aunt Sigrid"), Oswald Marshall (as "Mr. Hyde"), William Pringle (as "Dr. Johnson"), Cora Smith (as "Madeline"), Bruno Wick (as "Mr. Thorkelson"). Produced by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. Note: Theatre Owned and operated by Irving Berlin who had no direct involvement in production. Note: Filmed as I Remember Mama (1948) [Oscar Homolka was the only member of the original Broadway cast to reprise his role for the film].
  • Truckline Cafe (1946). Written by Maxwell Anderson. Scenic Design by Boris Aronson. Costume Design by Millia Davenport. Directed by Harold Clurman. Belasco Theatre: 27 Feb 1946- 9 Mar 1946 (13 performances). Cast: Joseph Adams (as "Second Man"), Marlon Brando (as "Sage McRae"), Irene Dailey (as "Angie"), Joann Dolan (as "Evvie Garrett"), Leila Ernst (as "Sissie"), Louis A. Florence (as "Matt"), Lou Gilbert (as "Man With a Pail"), Virginia Gilmore (as "Anne"), Solen Hayes (as "First Man"), Peter Hobbs (as "The Breadman"), Lorraine Kirby (as "First Woman"), Karl Malden (as "Stag"), David Manners (as "Wing Commander Hern"), June March (as "Mildred"), Kevin McCarthy (as "Maurice"), Peggy Meredith (as "Janet"), Anne Morgan (as "First Girl"), Frank Overton (as "Toby"), Richard Paul (as "Bimi"), Ann Shepherd (as "Tory McRae"), Robert Simon (as "Patrolman Gray"), Eugene Steiner (as "Tuffy Garrett"), Rose Steiner (as "Second Woman"), Gloria Stroock (as "Second Girl"), John Sweet (as "Stew"), Ralph Theodore (as "Kip"), Kenneth Tobey (as "Hutch"), Joanne Tree (as "Celeste"), June Walker (as "Min"), Richard Waring (as "Mort"), Jutta Wolf (as "June"). Produced by Harold Clurman and Elia Kazan, in association with The Playwrights' Company (Maxwell Anderson, Elmer Rice, Robert E. Sherwood, S.N. Behrman, John F. Wharton).
  • (1948) Appeared in an unsold television pilot for a proposed series about boxing, alongside Richard Boone, Lee Tracy, Audrey Christie, and J. Edward Bromberg; all this - except for the year - revealed by Richard Boone in an interview conducted in 1969. In a 1980 interview, Boone again brought up the pilot, this time placing it in 1948, and adding that it cost $3,780 to produce.
  • (2000) TV commercial for Telecom Italia. Directed by Tony Scott.

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