In 1957, Marlon Brando married Anna Kashfi: an Indo-British actress. Between them, it’s love at first sight! In 1958, they had a son named Christian, but love quickly ran out of steam: they divorced in 1959! The sublime actress was born in 1934 in Calcutta, then in British India, and her birth name was Joanna O’Callaghan. She was born to an Indian father and a British mother, and she was recognized at birth by her mother’s husband, William O’Callaghan.

A bright future presented itself to her when she arrived in Hollywood in the 1950s. She played in Wings of Hope, La Neige en mourning, Le Grand Damier, Cowboy … Yes, but there you go, when she divorced from Marlon Brando, Anna Kashfi lost everything: “I left him. He couldn’t stand a woman wanting to separate from him. He made me hell. He made me hell. deprived of my son. He was rich and powerful. I was no match “, she told in 2009 to The Obs. The studios shun her: she stops her career, failing to find roles and will never have custody of her son Christian. She died in 2015, at the age of 80.

What happened to Christian, son of Marlon Brando?

The only son of Anna Kashfi and Marlon Brando murdered Dag Drollet, the fiancé of his half-sister, Cheyenne Brando, in 1990. He shot him because he was violent with his sister. For his crime, he was convicted in 1991, but was finally released in 1996. In 1995, Cheyenne Brando committed suicide, leaving his son and that of Dag Drollet orphaned. But this is not the only crime in which Christian Brando would have been involved, since he is suspected of murder on Bonnie Lee Bakley, in 2001, who claimed that he was the father of his future child … young woman remains unsolved to this day. Christian Brando died of pneumonia in 2008 at the age of 49.


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