Myles Jonathan Brando is the son of Marlon Brando Jr., who was one of the most influential actors of the 20th century. Myles’s father was awarded and honored with numerous accolades including two Oscars, two Golden Globe, one Cannes Film Festival, and three British Academy Film Awards. Brando appeared in hundreds of films during his career spanning over six decades. Brando advocated for various social issues and supported the civil rights movement and various Native American movements. He was among the first few actors who mainstreamed Stanislavski’s system of acting among Western audiences.
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|Full Name:||Myles Jonathan Brando|
|Stage Name:||Myles Jonathan Brando|
|Birthday:||16 January 1992|
|Place Of Origin:||U.S.|
|Marital status:||Not Known|
|Parents:||Marlon Brando, Christina Maria Ruiz|
|Grandparents:||Dodie Brando, Marlon Brando, Sr.|
Myles Jonathan Brando’s Family Background
Myles’s father Marlon Brando was born on April 3, 1924, in Omaha, Nebraska to actress Dorothy Julia Pennebaker and Marlon Bando Sr, a pesticide and chemical feed manufacturer. Brando went to Shattuck Military Academy in Minnesota where he started doing theater. He polished his acting skills at the American Theater Wing Professional School, under the guidance of German director Erwin Piscator.
Including 3 adopted, Brando had 11 children with different love affairs. In his autobiography, he has mentioned his relationship with actress Marilyn Monro nisei actress and dancer Reiko Sato, journalist Dorothy Kilgallen, and Mexican actress Katy Jurado.
Myles Jonathan Brando’s Career
Brando gained worldwide attention by showcasing his exceptional acting traits portraying Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire in 1951, for which he received his first Academy Award nomination in the Best Actor category. He was critically admired for his performance in Julius Caesar (1953). With the success Crime drama On the Waterfront, Brando emerged as an emerging superstar, winning his first Academy Award and Golden Globe Award for the splendid role of American-Irish stevedore Terry Malloy. 1972 film The Godfather was a turning point for his career which reinstated him as top 10 Box Office Stars and brought him second Best Actor Oscar award. Widely considered the greatest movie actor of all time, Myles’s father Marlon Bando is listed as the 4th greatest male star who made a screen debut before or during 1950 by the American Film Institute.
Myles Jonathan Brando’s Family Net Worth
Since Myles has been shy of the media, there is no information about his net worth. Myles’s father, being one of the top-earning deceased celebrities in the world, according to Forbes Bando had a net worth of $100 million at the time of his death in 2004. He had assets worth $21.6 million. Even after his death, his family earned about $9 million in 2005. The watch Rolex GMT Master Ref. 1675 worn by Brando in Apocalypse Now was sold at an auction for $1 million in December 2019. Being one of the highest-paid actors of his time, he was the first Hollywood actor who was paid $1 million for a film (1962’s Mutiny on the Bounty).