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James Brando of Michigan was born on April 26, 1881, and died at age 82 years old in March 1964.
Iva Brando of Muskegon, Muskegon County, Michigan was born on February 27, 1881, and died at age 86 years old in January 1968.
James Brando of Jessup, Lackawanna County, PA was born on April 25, 1883, and died at age 83 years old in September 1966.
Frances Brando of New York, New York County, NY was born on August 2, 1884, and died at age 88 years old in May 1973.
Agnes Brando of Cambridge, Middlesex County, MA was born on April 25, 1885, and died at age 85 years old in November 1970.
William Brando of Northville, Wayne County, Michigan was born on March 26, 1886, and died at age 86 years old in May 1972.
Margaret Brando of Jersey City, Hudson County, NJ was born on December 1, 1892, and died at age 92 years old in September 1985.
Joseph Brando of Brooklyn, Kings County, NY was born on March 1, 1892, and died at age 82 years old in October 1974.
Ethel Brando of Yonkers, Westchester County, NY was born on September 3, 1893, and died at age 84 years old in January 1978.
Marlon Brando Sr was born on January 11, 1895 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska United States, and died at age 70 years old on July 11, 1965 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Marlon Brando Sr.
Marlon Brando was born on January 11, 1895, and died at age 70 years old in July 1965. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Marlon Brando.
Mary Brando of Flushing, Queens County, NY was born on September 13, 1895, and died at age 84 years old in October 1979.

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Marlon Brando
Marlon Brando Born April 3, 1924 in Omaha, Nebraska, USA Died July 1, 2004 in Westwood, Los Angeles, California, USA (pulmonary fibrosis) Birth Name Marlon Brando Jr. Nicknames Bud Height 5' 9" (1.75 m) Marlon Brando is widely considered the greatest movie actor of all time, rivaled only by the more theatrically oriented Laurence Olivier in terms of esteem. Unlike Olivier, who preferred the stage to the screen, Brando concentrated his talents on movies after bidding the Broadway stage adieu in 1949, a decision for which he was severely criticized when his star began to dim in the 1960s and he was excoriated for squandering his talents. No actor ever exerted such a profound influence on succeeding generations of actors as did Brando. More than 50 years after he first scorched the screen as Stanley Kowalski in the movie version of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) and a quarter-century after his last great performance as Col. Kurtz in Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now (1979), all American actors are still being measured by the yardstick that was Brando. It was if the shadow of John Barrymore, the great American actor closest to Brando in terms of talent and stardom, dominated the acting field up until the 1970s. He did not, nor did any other actor so dominate the public's consciousness of what WAS an actor before or since Brando's 1951 on-screen portrayal of Stanley made him a cultural icon. Brando eclipsed the reputation of other great actors circa 1950, such as Paul Muni and Fredric March. Only the luster of Spencer Tracy's reputation hasn't dimmed when seen in the starlight thrown off by Brando. However, neither Tracy nor Olivier created an entire school of acting just by the force of his personality. Brando did. Marlon Brando, Jr. was born on April 3, 1924, in Omaha, Nebraska, to Marlon Brando, Sr., a calcium carbonate salesman, and his artistically inclined wife, the former Dorothy Julia Pennebaker. "Bud" Brando was one of three children. His ancestry included English, Irish, German, Dutch, French Huguenot, Welsh, and Scottish; his surname originated with a distant German immigrant ancestor named "Brandau." His oldest sister Jocelyn Brando was also an actress, taking after their mother, who engaged in amateur theatricals and mentored a then-unknown Henry Fonda, another Nebraska native, in her role as director of the Omaha Community Playhouse. Frannie, Brando's other sibling, was a visual artist. Both Brando sisters contrived to leave the Midwest for New York City, Jocelyn to study acting and Frannie to study art. Marlon managed to escape the vocational doldrums forecast for him by his cold, distant father and his disapproving schoolteachers by striking out for The Big Apple in 1943, following Jocelyn into the acting profession. Acting was the only thing he was good at, for which he received praise, so he was determined to make it his career - a high-school dropout, he had nothing else to fall back on, having been rejected by the military due to a knee injury he incurred playing football at Shattuck Military Academy, Brando Sr.'s alma mater. The school booted Marlon out as incorrigible before graduation. Anthony Quinn, his Oscar-winning co-star in Viva Zapata! (1952) told Brando's first wife Anna Kashfi, "I admire Marlon's talent, but I don't envy the pain that created it." Brando enrolled in Erwin Piscator's Dramatic Workshop at New York's New School, and was mentored by Stella Adler, a member of a famous Yiddish Theatre acting family. Adler helped introduce to the New York stage the "emotional memory" technique of Russian theatrical actor, director and impresario Konstantin Stanislavski, whose motto was "Think of your own experiences and use them truthfully." The results of this meeting between an actor and the teacher preparing him for a life in the theater would mark a watershed in American acting and culture. Brando made his debut on the boards of Broadway on October 19, 1944, in "I Remember Mama," a great success. As a young Broadway actor, Brando was invited by talent scouts from several different studios to screen-test for them, but he turned them down because he would not let himself be bound by the then-standard seven-year contract. Brando would make his film debut quite some time later in Fred Zinnemann's The Men (1950) for producer Stanley Kramer. Playing a paraplegic soldier, Brando brought new levels of realism to the screen, expanding on the verisimilitude brought to movies by Group Theatre alumni John Garfield, the predecessor closest to him in the raw power he projected on-screen. Ironically, it was Garfield whom producer Irene Mayer Selznick had chosen to play the lead in a new Tennessee Williams play she was about to produce, but negotiations broke down when Garfield demanded an ownership stake in "A Streetcar Named Desire." Burt Lancaster was next approached, but couldn't get out of a prior film commitment. Then director Elia Kazan suggested Brando, whom he had directed to great effect in Maxwell Anderson's play "Truckline Café," in which Brando co-starred with Karl Malden, who was to remain a close friend for the next 60 years. During the production of "Truckline Café," Kazan had found that Brando's presence was so magnetic, he had to re-block the play to keep Marlon near other major characters' stage business, as the audience could not take its eyes off of him. For the scene where Brando's character re-enters the stage after killing his wife, Kazan placed him upstage-center, partially obscured by scenery, but where the audience could still see him as Karl Malden and others played out their scene within the café set. When he eventually entered the scene, crying, the effect was electric. A young Pauline Kael, arriving late to the play, had to avert her eyes when Brando made this entrance as she believed the young actor on stage was having a real-life conniption. She did not look back until her escort commented that the young man was a great actor. The problem with casting Brando as Stanley was that he was much younger than the character as written by Williams. However, after a meeting between Brando and Williams, the playwright eagerly agreed that Brando would make an ideal Stanley. Williams believed that by casting a younger actor, the Neanderthalish Kowalski would evolve from being a vicious older man to someone whose unintentional cruelty can be attributed to his youthful ignorance. Brando ultimately was dissatisfied with his performance, though, saying he never was able to bring out the humor of the character, which was ironic as his characterization often drew laughs from the audience at the expense of Jessica Tandy's Blanche Dubois. During the out-of-town tryouts, Kazan realized that Brando's magnetism was attracting attention and audience sympathy away from Blanche to Stanley, which was not what the playwright intended. The audience's sympathy should be solely with Blanche, but many spectators were identifying with Stanley. Kazan queried Williams on the matter, broaching the idea of a slight rewrite to tip the scales back to more of a balance between Stanley and Blanche, but Williams demurred, smitten as he was by Brando, just like the preview audiences. For his part, Brando believed that the audience sided with his Stanley because Jessica Tandy was too shrill. He thought Vivien Leigh, who played the part in the movie, was ideal, as she was not only a great beauty but she WAS Blanche Dubois, troubled as she was in her real life by mental illness and nymphomania. Brando's appearance as Stanley on stage and on screen revolutionized American acting by introducing "The Method" into American consciousness and culture. Method acting, rooted in Adler's study at the Moscow Art Theatre of Stanislavsky's theories that she subsequently introduced to the Group Theatre, was a more naturalistic style of performing, as it engendered a close identification of the actor with the character's emotions. Adler took first place among Brando's acting teachers, and socially she helped turn him from an unsophisticated Midwestern farm boy into a knowledgeable and cosmopolitan artist who one day would socialize with presidents. Brando didn't like the term "The Method," which quickly became the prominent paradigm taught by such acting gurus as Lee Strasberg at the Actors Studio. Brando denounced Strasberg in his autobiography "Songs My Mother Taught Me" (1994), saying that he was a talentless exploiter who claimed he had been Brando's mentor. The Actors Studio had been founded by Strasberg along with Kazan and Stella Adler's husband, Harold Clurman, all Group Theatre alumni, all political progressives deeply committed to the didactic function of the stage. Brando credits his knowledge of the craft to Adler and Kazan, while Kazan in his autobiography "A Life" claimed that Brando's genius thrived due to the thorough training Adler had given him. Adler's method emphasized that authenticity in acting is achieved by drawing on inner reality to expose deep emotional experience
Michael A Brando of New York, New York County, NY was born on May 27, 1926, and died at age 61 years old on December 31, 1987.
Cono T Brando of Ridge, Suffolk County, NY was born on July 25, 1921, and died at age 81 years old on November 1, 2002. Cono Brando was buried at Calverton National Cemetery Section 25 Site 649 210 Princeton Boulevard - Rt 25, in Calverton.
Francis G Brando of Arcola, Douglas County, IL was born on May 24, 1919, and died at age 78 years old on December 1, 1997. Francis Brando was buried at Danville National Cemetery, Il Section 19 Site 424 1900 East Main Street - Va Medical Center, in Danville.
Vito J Brando of Jersey City, Hudson County, NJ was born on June 23, 1919, and died at age 69 years old on May 26, 1989.
Salvatore A Brando of Brooklyn, Kings County, NY was born on January 25, 1917, and died at age 84 years old on January 7, 2002.
Salvatore Brando of Islandia, Suffolk County, NY was born on October 10, 1925, and died at age 82 years old on June 13, 2008.
Stephen E Brando of Panola County, TX was born circa 1974. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Stephen E. Brando.
Myles Jonathan Brando
Myles' father was actor Marlon Brando and his mother was Christina Maria Ruiz. Marlon and Maria were together "for a long time" (13 years?) and had three children together: Ninna Priscilla Brando (born May 13, 1989), Myles Jonathan Brando (born January 16, 1992), and Timothy Gahan Brando (born January 6, 1994). His father reportedly had 11 children in total from multiple relationships. Myles did not enter the world of entertainment, like many of his siblings. If you know of him, please share your memories on this page.
Dorothy Julia (Pennebaker) Brando was born on January 20, 1897 in Grand Island, Hall County, Nebraska United States, and died at age 57 years old on March 31, 1954 in Pasadena, Los Angeles County, CA. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Dorothy Julia (Pennebaker) Brando.
Marlon Brando Sr was born on January 11, 1895 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska United States, and died at age 70 years old on July 11, 1965 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Marlon Brando Sr.
Frances Elizabeth Brando was born on September 1, 1922 in Omaha, Nebraska United States to Marlon Brando Sr and Dorothy Julia (Pennebaker) Brando, and had siblings Marlon Brando and Jocelyn Brando. Frances Brando died at age 71 years old on April 2, 1994 in Mundelein, Lake County, IL. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Frances Elizabeth Brando.
Jocelyn Brando was born on November 18, 1919 in San Francisco, California United States, and died at age 86 years old on November 27, 2005 in Santa Monica, Los Angeles County. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Jocelyn Brando.
Raiatua Brando was born in 1982 in United States. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Raiatua Brando.
Maimiti Brando was born in 1977 in United States to Marlon Brando and Tarita Teriipia, and has siblings Simon Teihotu Brando, Tarita Zumi Cheyenne Brando, and Raiatua Brando. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Maimiti Brando.
Simon Teihotu Brando was born on May 30, 1963 in United States to Marlon Brando and Tarita Teriipia, and has siblings Tarita Zumi Cheyenne Brando, Raiatua Brando, and Maimiti Brando. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Simon Teihotu Brando.
Tarita Zumi Cheyenne Brando was born on February 13, 1970 in United States to Marlon Brando and Tarita Teriipia, and had siblings Simon Teihotu Brando, Raiatua Brando, and Maimiti Brando. Tarita Brando died at age 25 years old on April 16, 1995. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Tarita Zumi Cheyenne Brando.
Lisa Brando was born in 1964 in United States. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Lisa Brando.
Miko C Brando was born on February 26, 1961 in Los Angeles, California United States to Marlon Brando and Movita Castaneda, and has a sister Rebecca Brando. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Miko C Brando.
Rebecca Brando was born in 1966 in Tucson, Arizona United States to Marlon Brando and Movita Castaneda, and has a brother Miko C Brando. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Rebecca Brando.

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Marlon Brando
Marlon Brando Born April 3, 1924 in Omaha, Nebraska, USA Died July 1, 2004 in Westwood, Los Angeles, California, USA (pulmonary fibrosis) Birth Name Marlon Brando Jr. Nicknames Bud Height 5' 9" (1.75 m) Marlon Brando is widely considered the greatest movie actor of all time, rivaled only by the more theatrically oriented Laurence Olivier in terms of esteem. Unlike Olivier, who preferred the stage to the screen, Brando concentrated his talents on movies after bidding the Broadway stage adieu in 1949, a decision for which he was severely criticized when his star began to dim in the 1960s and he was excoriated for squandering his talents. No actor ever exerted such a profound influence on succeeding generations of actors as did Brando. More than 50 years after he first scorched the screen as Stanley Kowalski in the movie version of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) and a quarter-century after his last great performance as Col. Kurtz in Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now (1979), all American actors are still being measured by the yardstick that was Brando. It was if the shadow of John Barrymore, the great American actor closest to Brando in terms of talent and stardom, dominated the acting field up until the 1970s. He did not, nor did any other actor so dominate the public's consciousness of what WAS an actor before or since Brando's 1951 on-screen portrayal of Stanley made him a cultural icon. Brando eclipsed the reputation of other great actors circa 1950, such as Paul Muni and Fredric March. Only the luster of Spencer Tracy's reputation hasn't dimmed when seen in the starlight thrown off by Brando. However, neither Tracy nor Olivier created an entire school of acting just by the force of his personality. Brando did. Marlon Brando, Jr. was born on April 3, 1924, in Omaha, Nebraska, to Marlon Brando, Sr., a calcium carbonate salesman, and his artistically inclined wife, the former Dorothy Julia Pennebaker. "Bud" Brando was one of three children. His ancestry included English, Irish, German, Dutch, French Huguenot, Welsh, and Scottish; his surname originated with a distant German immigrant ancestor named "Brandau." His oldest sister Jocelyn Brando was also an actress, taking after their mother, who engaged in amateur theatricals and mentored a then-unknown Henry Fonda, another Nebraska native, in her role as director of the Omaha Community Playhouse. Frannie, Brando's other sibling, was a visual artist. Both Brando sisters contrived to leave the Midwest for New York City, Jocelyn to study acting and Frannie to study art. Marlon managed to escape the vocational doldrums forecast for him by his cold, distant father and his disapproving schoolteachers by striking out for The Big Apple in 1943, following Jocelyn into the acting profession. Acting was the only thing he was good at, for which he received praise, so he was determined to make it his career - a high-school dropout, he had nothing else to fall back on, having been rejected by the military due to a knee injury he incurred playing football at Shattuck Military Academy, Brando Sr.'s alma mater. The school booted Marlon out as incorrigible before graduation. Anthony Quinn, his Oscar-winning co-star in Viva Zapata! (1952) told Brando's first wife Anna Kashfi, "I admire Marlon's talent, but I don't envy the pain that created it." Brando enrolled in Erwin Piscator's Dramatic Workshop at New York's New School, and was mentored by Stella Adler, a member of a famous Yiddish Theatre acting family. Adler helped introduce to the New York stage the "emotional memory" technique of Russian theatrical actor, director and impresario Konstantin Stanislavski, whose motto was "Think of your own experiences and use them truthfully." The results of this meeting between an actor and the teacher preparing him for a life in the theater would mark a watershed in American acting and culture. Brando made his debut on the boards of Broadway on October 19, 1944, in "I Remember Mama," a great success. As a young Broadway actor, Brando was invited by talent scouts from several different studios to screen-test for them, but he turned them down because he would not let himself be bound by the then-standard seven-year contract. Brando would make his film debut quite some time later in Fred Zinnemann's The Men (1950) for producer Stanley Kramer. Playing a paraplegic soldier, Brando brought new levels of realism to the screen, expanding on the verisimilitude brought to movies by Group Theatre alumni John Garfield, the predecessor closest to him in the raw power he projected on-screen. Ironically, it was Garfield whom producer Irene Mayer Selznick had chosen to play the lead in a new Tennessee Williams play she was about to produce, but negotiations broke down when Garfield demanded an ownership stake in "A Streetcar Named Desire." Burt Lancaster was next approached, but couldn't get out of a prior film commitment. Then director Elia Kazan suggested Brando, whom he had directed to great effect in Maxwell Anderson's play "Truckline Café," in which Brando co-starred with Karl Malden, who was to remain a close friend for the next 60 years. During the production of "Truckline Café," Kazan had found that Brando's presence was so magnetic, he had to re-block the play to keep Marlon near other major characters' stage business, as the audience could not take its eyes off of him. For the scene where Brando's character re-enters the stage after killing his wife, Kazan placed him upstage-center, partially obscured by scenery, but where the audience could still see him as Karl Malden and others played out their scene within the café set. When he eventually entered the scene, crying, the effect was electric. A young Pauline Kael, arriving late to the play, had to avert her eyes when Brando made this entrance as she believed the young actor on stage was having a real-life conniption. She did not look back until her escort commented that the young man was a great actor. The problem with casting Brando as Stanley was that he was much younger than the character as written by Williams. However, after a meeting between Brando and Williams, the playwright eagerly agreed that Brando would make an ideal Stanley. Williams believed that by casting a younger actor, the Neanderthalish Kowalski would evolve from being a vicious older man to someone whose unintentional cruelty can be attributed to his youthful ignorance. Brando ultimately was dissatisfied with his performance, though, saying he never was able to bring out the humor of the character, which was ironic as his characterization often drew laughs from the audience at the expense of Jessica Tandy's Blanche Dubois. During the out-of-town tryouts, Kazan realized that Brando's magnetism was attracting attention and audience sympathy away from Blanche to Stanley, which was not what the playwright intended. The audience's sympathy should be solely with Blanche, but many spectators were identifying with Stanley. Kazan queried Williams on the matter, broaching the idea of a slight rewrite to tip the scales back to more of a balance between Stanley and Blanche, but Williams demurred, smitten as he was by Brando, just like the preview audiences. For his part, Brando believed that the audience sided with his Stanley because Jessica Tandy was too shrill. He thought Vivien Leigh, who played the part in the movie, was ideal, as she was not only a great beauty but she WAS Blanche Dubois, troubled as she was in her real life by mental illness and nymphomania. Brando's appearance as Stanley on stage and on screen revolutionized American acting by introducing "The Method" into American consciousness and culture. Method acting, rooted in Adler's study at the Moscow Art Theatre of Stanislavsky's theories that she subsequently introduced to the Group Theatre, was a more naturalistic style of performing, as it engendered a close identification of the actor with the character's emotions. Adler took first place among Brando's acting teachers, and socially she helped turn him from an unsophisticated Midwestern farm boy into a knowledgeable and cosmopolitan artist who one day would socialize with presidents. Brando didn't like the term "The Method," which quickly became the prominent paradigm taught by such acting gurus as Lee Strasberg at the Actors Studio. Brando denounced Strasberg in his autobiography "Songs My Mother Taught Me" (1994), saying that he was a talentless exploiter who claimed he had been Brando's mentor. The Actors Studio had been founded by Strasberg along with Kazan and Stella Adler's husband, Harold Clurman, all Group Theatre alumni, all political progressives deeply committed to the didactic function of the stage. Brando credits his knowledge of the craft to Adler and Kazan, while Kazan in his autobiography "A Life" claimed that Brando's genius thrived due to the thorough training Adler had given him. Adler's method emphasized that authenticity in acting is achieved by drawing on inner reality to expose deep emotional experience
Myles Jonathan Brando
Myles' father was actor Marlon Brando and his mother was Christina Maria Ruiz. Marlon and Maria were together "for a long time" (13 years?) and had three children together: Ninna Priscilla Brando (born May 13, 1989), Myles Jonathan Brando (born January 16, 1992), and Timothy Gahan Brando (born January 6, 1994). His father reportedly had 11 children in total from multiple relationships. Myles did not enter the world of entertainment, like many of his siblings. If you know of him, please share your memories on this page.
Marlon Brando Sr was born on January 11, 1895 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska United States, and died at age 70 years old on July 11, 1965 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, CA. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Marlon Brando Sr.
Teresa Brando of Rockaway Park, Queens County, NY was born on July 17, 1908, and died at age 77 years old in December 1985.
Ninna Priscilla Brando was born on May 13, 1989 in United States to Marlon Brando and Maria Ruiz, and has siblings Myles Jonathan Brando and Timothy Gahan Brando. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Ninna Priscilla Brando.
Tarita Zumi Cheyenne Brando was born on February 13, 1970 in United States to Marlon Brando and Tarita Teriipia, and had siblings Simon Teihotu Brando, Raiatua Brando, and Maimiti Brando. Tarita Brando died at age 25 years old on April 16, 1995. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Tarita Zumi Cheyenne Brando.
Helen Brando of Bonita Springs, Lee County, FL was born on November 12, 1918, and died at age 88 years old on May 24, 2007.
Carmine Brando died in August 1966. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Carmine Brando.
Raiatua Brando was born in 1982 in United States. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Raiatua Brando.
William C Brando of Long Beach, Nassau County, NY was born on May 13, 1920, and died at age 77 years old on June 19, 1997.
Maimiti Brando was born in 1977 in United States to Marlon Brando and Tarita Teriipia, and has siblings Simon Teihotu Brando, Tarita Zumi Cheyenne Brando, and Raiatua Brando. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Maimiti Brando.
Rebecca Brando was born in 1966 in Tucson, Arizona United States to Marlon Brando and Movita Castaneda, and has a brother Miko C Brando. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Rebecca Brando.
Simon Teihotu Brando was born on May 30, 1963 in United States to Marlon Brando and Tarita Teriipia, and has siblings Tarita Zumi Cheyenne Brando, Raiatua Brando, and Maimiti Brando. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Simon Teihotu Brando.
Frances Elizabeth Brando was born on September 1, 1922 in Omaha, Nebraska United States to Marlon Brando Sr and Dorothy Julia (Pennebaker) Brando, and had siblings Marlon Brando and Jocelyn Brando. Frances Brando died at age 71 years old on April 2, 1994 in Mundelein, Lake County, IL. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Frances Elizabeth Brando.
Miko C Brando was born on February 26, 1961 in Los Angeles, California United States to Marlon Brando and Movita Castaneda, and has a sister Rebecca Brando. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Miko C Brando.
Jocelyn Brando was born on November 18, 1919 in San Francisco, California United States, and died at age 86 years old on November 27, 2005 in Santa Monica, Los Angeles County. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Jocelyn Brando.
Dorothy Julia (Pennebaker) Brando was born on January 20, 1897 in Grand Island, Hall County, Nebraska United States, and died at age 57 years old on March 31, 1954 in Pasadena, Los Angeles County, CA. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Dorothy Julia (Pennebaker) Brando.
Timothy Gahan Brando was born on January 6, 1994 in United States to Marlon Brando and Maria Ruiz, and has siblings Myles Jonathan Brando and Ninna Priscilla Brando. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Timothy Gahan Brando.
Lisa Brando was born in 1964 in United States. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Lisa Brando.

Brando Death Records & Life Expectancy

The average age of a Brando family member is 71.0 years old according to our database of 139 people with the last name Brando that have a birth and death date listed.

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71.0 years

Oldest Brandos

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Eleonora Brando of Union City, Hudson County, NJ was born on August 19, 1909, and died at age 97 years old on March 27, 2007.
97 years
William Brando of Cape May, Cape May County, NJ was born on January 28, 1909, and died at age 96 years old on March 3, 2005.
96 years
Mildred D Brando of Casper, Natrona County, WY was born on March 8, 1910, and died at age 96 years old on September 19, 2006.
96 years
Vito Brando of Chicago, Cook County, IL was born on April 17, 1909, and died at age 94 years old on January 9, 2004.
94 years
Pasqua Brando of Chicago, Cook County, IL was born on April 1, 1908, and died at age 95 years old on October 18, 2003.
95 years
Matteo Brando of Bradley Beach, Monmouth County, NJ was born on April 2, 1915, and died at age 95 years old on April 10, 2010.
95 years
Michael Brando of Toms River, Ocean County, NJ was born on April 3, 1904, and died at age 94 years old on May 30, 1998.
94 years
Margaret Brando of Jersey City, Hudson County, NJ was born on December 1, 1892, and died at age 92 years old in September 1985.
92 years
Ella Brando of Seattle, King County, WA was born on March 4, 1909, and died at age 93 years old on August 15, 2002.
93 years
Annina Brando of Bradley Beach, Monmouth County, NJ was born on June 28, 1919, and died at age 90 years old on April 1, 2010.
90 years
Carmela Brando of Roscoe, Sullivan County, NY was born on November 17, 1919, and died at age 89 years old on November 8, 2009.
89 years
Helen Brando of Bonita Springs, Lee County, FL was born on November 12, 1918, and died at age 88 years old on May 24, 2007.
88 years
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