Marlon Brando is amongst the greatest American actors of all times. He made his film debut in 1950s with the film ‘The Men’, after starting his acting career with Broadway. After that, he featured in several types of roles that established Brando as the greatest actor of his era. Some of his acting accomplishments include notable films such as ‘On the Waterfront’, ‘The Godfather’, ‘A Streetcar named Desire’, ‘Last Tango in Paris’ and ‘Apocalypse Now’. He won Academy Award for Best Actor for his roles in ‘The Godfather’ and ‘On the Waterfront’. These two films, along with many others, are included in the best roles played by Brando throughout his career.
Marlon Brando’s filmogrpaphy also includes some directorial ventures including ‘One Eyed Jacks’ and ‘Mutiny on the Bounty’. But his directing career was not as successful as his acting endeavours and he didn’t taste the same success that he got in acting. He then concentrated on his acting, and became one of the greatest American film personalities.
During the 90s, Marlon Brando’s career took an unexpected dip and he starred in some films which are considered as worst Marlon Brando films of all times. He was criticized by critics for films such as ‘Christopher Columbus: The Discovery’ and ‘The Brave’.