Marlon Brando height was 175 cm (5 ft 8.9 in).
Meters: 1.75 m
Inches: 68.9 in
Feet + Inches: 5 ft 8.9 in
Centimeters: 175 cm
Feet: 5.74 ft
About Marlon Brando
Marlon Brando was a Hollywood actor, who came to be regarded as one of the best Hollywood actors of all time. He was born as Marlon Brando Junior, on April 3, 1924, to Marlon Brando, Sr (father), and Dorothy Julia (mother). His mother Dorothy Julia – also known as Pennebaker – was an actress, whereas his father, was a pesticide and chemical, feed manufacturer. Brando was a Christian Scientist, he attended Shattuck Military Academy, where he was almost expelled, but later dropped out, for reasons best known to him.
He married three times. In 1957, he married Anna Kashfi. His marriage to her lasted two years, and they separated in 1959. A year later (1960), he married a Mexican actress by name Movita Castaneda. His marriage to Movita Castaneda, also lasted two years, and by 1962, they had separated. Also, that same year (1962), he married his third wife – Tarita Teriipaia. His marriage to Tarita Teriipaia, lasted 10 years and they separated in 1972.
Mario Brando also had a romantic relationship with Maria Cristina Ruiz, from 1988 – 2001. From his relationships, he had eleven children: Christian Devi Brando (son), Tarita Cheyenne Brando (daughter), Simon Tihotu Brando (son), Rebecca Brando (daughter), Miko Castaneda Brando (son), Raiatea Brando (daughter), Maimiti Brando (daughter), Ninna Priscilla Brando (daughter), Timothy Gahan Brando (son), Myles Jonathan Brando (son), Dylan Brando (son), Angelique Brando (daughter), Micheal Gilman Brando (son), Lisa Brando (daughter) and Warren Brando (son).
Marlon Brando height of 175 cm (5 ft 8.9 in), below are some movies he acted in:
Some movies he acted in include: The Men (1950), A Streetcar Named Desire (1951), Julio Ceasar (1953), The Wild One (1953), On the Waterfront (1954), Guys and Dolls (1955), The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956), Sayonara (1957), the Yong Lions (1958), The Godfather (1972), Last Tango in Paris (1972), A Dry White Season (1989), Christopher Columbus: The Discovery (1992), Don Juan Demarco (1995), The Island of Dr. Moreau (1996), The Brave (1997), Free Money (1998) and The Score (2001).
Marlon Brando died on July 1, 2004, at the age of eighty (80).