Brando's Bride

Brando's Bride : The incredibly true story of Anna Kashfi and her marriage to one of Hollywood's greatest stars

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Description

In October 1957 Marlon Brando married a young studio actress called Anna Kashfi. He was thirty-three and at the pinnacle of his beautiful fame having recently won an Oscar for On the Waterfront.

The wedding was front-page news around the world. His new bride was twenty-three, claimed to be an Indian princess and was pregnant.

The day after the wedding a factory worker living in Wales, William O'Callaghan, revealed that Brando's bride was in fact his daughter, Joan O'Callaghan and had been a butcher's assistant from Cardiff.

This book sets out to discover who was telling the truth and who was lying - and, perhaps more importantly, why?
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Product details

  • Paperback | 180 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 25.4mm | 299.37g
  • Cardigan, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1912681277
  • 9781912681273
  • 39,365

About Sarah Broughton

Sarah Broughton has worked in the television industry for the last two decades. Her company, Martha Stone Productions, made the recent BBC 4 documentary Andrew Davies: Rewriting the Classics - and has various other film and television projects in development. Parthian Books published Sarah's first novel, Other Useful Numbers. She is currently completing a part-time PhD in Creative Writing at the University of South Wales.
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