Marlon Brando Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers
What was Marlon Brando's birth name?
A: Marlon Brando, Jr.
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, how much
was Brando paid for 13 days work playing Jor-El in Superman?
A: $3.7 million and 11.75% of the gross profits.
On what date was Marlon Brando born?
A: April 3, 1924.
Marlon won his second Academy Award for playing what role
in Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather?
A: Vito Corleone.
Marlon Brando was raised with what
A: Christian Scientist.
Where was Marlon Brando born?
A: Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.
On what date did Marlon Brando Die?
A: July 1, 2004.
Marlon Brando Jr. is widely considered to be one of the
greatest and most influential what of all
Marlon is famous for his Oscar-winning performance as what
character in On the Waterfront (1954).
A: Terry Malloy.
What was Marlon Brando's childhood nickname?
Brando was famous for his role as Vito Corleone in what
A: The Godfather.
What 1951 movie did Brando star in?
A: A Streetcar Named Desire.
What military academy did Marlon attend?
Brando played the part of who in the film A Streetcar Named
A: Stanley Kowalski.
Marlon was nominated for an Oscar for playing the part of
Emiliano Zapata in what?
A: Viva Zapata!
Brando was nominated for an Oscar for playing Mark Antony
in what 1953 film?
A: Julius Caesar.
How many times did Marlon make the Top Ten Money Making
Stars, as ranked by Quigley Publications' annual survey of film exhibitors?
A: Three times in the decade.
The Godfather was one of the most "what" films of all time
when it was released?
A: Ccommercially successful.
Marlon received what for his performance as Paul in Last
Tango in Paris?
A: An Oscar-nomination.
What were the names of Brando's two older sisters?
A: Jocelyn Brando and Frances.
What problem did Marlon Brando's mother have?
A: She was an alcoholic.
His sister Jocelyn Brando was the first to pursue a what?
A: Acting career.
Why was Marlon expelled from Libertyville High School?
A: For riding his motorcycle through the corridors.
Brando made it to Broadway in what bittersweet drama in
A: I Remember Mama.
Early in his career, Brando began using what instead of
memorizing his lines?
A: Cue cards.
Marlon felt that it helped bring what to his performances?
A: Realism and spontaneity.
In 1953, Brando starred in "The Wild One", riding his own
A: Triumph Thunderbird 6T motorcycle.
The movie, The Wild One, inspired teen rebellion and made
Brando an icon to the nascent rock-and-roll generation and future stars such as
A: James Dean and Elvis Presley.
The sale of what went through the ceiling after the release
of "The Wild One"?
A: The sales of leather jackets and blue jeans.