The question is: Who inherited Marlon Brando’ s estate? It’s a complex question with many strands. Christian Brando may not get a dime, but his son Anna will. Marlon Brando had a close relationship with Christian. Presley, who is Christian’s stepfather, is a close friend of Christian. But before Christian gets a dime, he needs to find out who will inherit his estate.
Marlon’s will had a few complication points. While there’s no evidence that a codicil was forgery, Brando’s executors claimed that he changed his executors because he’d already fired Corrales and felt that Marchak was too old to handle complicated legal matters. As a result, his executors didn’t want to give up any of the star’s estate.
It’s also unclear who Brando’s estate was divided between his children. His personal assistant, Caroline Barrett, sued him in 2003 over a dispute regarding a financial transaction. The two sides settled the lawsuit just a week before the actor’s death. In Brando’s will, he named three executors. His attorney, Mike Medavoy, and his business manager, Larry Dressler, will be his executors.
Marlon Brando’s estate was estimated at $30 million at the time of his death. Brando left the bulk of his estate to his associates and producer, excluding his teenage daughter Angela Borlaza. While his will clearly left his estate to his associates and producer, his wife’s personal assistant settled lawsuits against him just before his death. While there’s some speculation surrounding the inheritances of the deceased actor’s estate, it’s worth noting that he left his son Tuki Brando and daughter Cheyenne a large chunk of the estate.