Filming the childhood home of celebrity Marlon Brando

Many properties in Omaha have a rich history. Some were even lived in by legends. A few days ago we were invited inside one such house for a photo & video shoot that exposed us to the unique quality of homes found in this city. At 1026 South 32nd Street sits a large yellow house with a green roof and an inviting red door. It was built in 1900, has two masonry fireplaces, nine foot ceilings throughout, gorgeous wood floors with a staircase to match, a patio, and covered porch that overlooks a large backyard. A yard Marlon Brando played in with his sisters as a child.

Marlon Brando was born in Omaha on April 3, 1924 to Marlon and Dorothy Brando. The famous actor spent his early childhood years living at 1026 South 32nd Street before moving to Illinois. As Brando and his sisters were growing up in their Omaha home his mother made sure her children were involved in music and art. Who would have thought that the same man who won two Academy Awards for “On the Waterfront” and “The Godfather” as well as Academy Award nominations for his roles in “A Streetcar Named Desire,” “Sayonara,” “A Dry White Season,” “Last Tango in Paris,” “Julius Ceasar,” and “Viva Zapata,” would have also have lived in midtown and frequented the stage at the Omaha Playhouse? His sisters excelled in the arts, but Marlon had a talent that was untouchable.

We are often invited into some truly exquisite homes, and this Omaha listing was no exception.

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