Marlon Brando's House (Former)

Marlon Brando was an American screen and stage actor. Considered to be one of the most important actors in American cinema,[1][2] Brando was one of only three professional actors, along with Charlie Chaplin and Marilyn Monroe, named by Time magazine as one of its 100 Persons of the Century in 1999.

In May 1990, Dag Drollet, the Tahitian lover of Brando's daughter Cheyenne, died of a gunshot wound after a confrontation with Cheyenne's half-brother Christian here at Brando's house at 2840 N. Beverly Drive.

The murder site has since been demolished and this new house built in 2010. The new mansion is owned by billionaire Steve Udvar-Hazy.
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gordonhigh picture
@ 2013-01-23 11:16:26
The new house was built by Steve Udvar-Hazy
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@ 2017-04-23 23:08:05
Wrong house. Further up on the right. thought house has gone!