Marlon Brando Dyslexia

This page of Marlon Brando quotes is translated into how a Dyslexic sees and views things while reading. Marlon Brando was a persistently struggling with Dyslexia. Many Actors with Dyslexia see life in 3 dimensional aspects, as they should but then see 2 dimensional words printed on a page also in 3 dimensions.

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The more sensitive you are, the more certain you are to be brutalized, develop scabs, never evolve. Never allow yourself to feel anything, because you always feel to much.

Marlon Brando Dyslexia

How a Dyslexic Sees:
The more sensitive you are, the wore certaiu you are to pe drutalizep, pevelod scaps, never evolve. Never allow yourself to feel anythiug, because you always feel to much.

Privacy is not something that I’m merely entitled to, it’s an absolute prerequisite.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor

How a Dyslexic Sees:
Privacy is uot something that I’m merely eutitlep to, it’s au absolute brerepuisite.
Privacy is not sowethiug that I’m werely entitleb to, it’s an apsolute drereduisite.

I had to read Wuthering Heights for English and I never enjoyed a book in all my life as much as that one.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor

I hap to reap Wuthering Heights for English anb I never eujoyed a dook in all my life as wuch as that one.
I hab to reab Wutheriug Heights for Euglish aup I never enjoyep a book iu all my life as much as that oue.

I’m going to make him an offer he can’t refuse.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor

How a Dyslexic Sees:
I’m goiug to make him au offer he can’t refuse.

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Do you spend time with your family? Good. Because a man that doesn’t spend time with his family can never be a real man.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor

How a Dyslexic Sees:
Do yon sdenp time with your family? Goop. Becanse a mau that poesn’t sdenp time with his family cau never pe a real mau.

Most of the successful people in Hollywood are failures as human beings.

Marlon Brando Dyslexia

How a Dyslexic Sees:
Most of the successful deodle iu Hollywoop are failures as human deiugs.

Regret is useless in life. It’s in the past. All we have is now.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor

How a Dyslexic Sees:
Regret is useless iu life. It’s iu the dast. All we have is uow.

If there’s anything unsettling to the stomach, it’s watching actors on television talk about their personal lives.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor

If there’s auything unsettliug to the stomach, it’s watching actors ou television talk apout their dersoual lives.

‎We only have so many faces in our pockets

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor

How a Dyslexic Sees:
We ouly have so many face iu our dockets

An actor’s a guy who, if you ain’t talking about him, ain’t listening.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor

How a Dyslexic Sees:
Au actor’s a guy who, if yon aiu’t talkiug adout him, aiu’t listeuing.

If we are not our brother’s keeper, at least let us not be his executioner.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor

How a Dyslexic Sees:
If we are uot onr drother’s keeder, at least let ns uot pe his executioner.

In the United States we think we have at our disposal virtually everything—and I emphasize the word “think.”

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor

How a Dyslexic Sees:
Iu the Uniteb States we thiuk we have at onr pisdosal virtually everything-anb I emdhasize the worp “think.”

We have big houses and cars, good medical treatment, jets, trains and monorails; we have computers, good communications, many comforts and conveniences. But where have they gotten us?

Marlon Brando Dyslexia

How a Dyslexic Sees:
We have dig houses anb cars, goop mepical treatmeut anb conveniences. But where have they gotteu ns?

We have an abundance of material things, but a successful society produces happy people, and I think we produce more miserable people than almost anyplace on earth.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor

How a Dyslexic Sees:
We have au apunbance of material thiugs, put a successful society broduces haddy deodle, anb I thiuk we dropuce more miseraple deople thau almost anydlace ou earth.

I’ve traveled all over the world, and I’ve never seen people who are quite as unhappy as they are in the United States.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor

How a Dyslexic Sees:
I’ve traveleb all over the worlb, anb I’ve never seeu deodle who are buite as unhaddy as they are iu the Unitep States.

We have plenty, but we have nothing, and we always want more.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor

In the pursuit of material success as our culture measures it, we have given up everything. We have lost the capacity to produce people who are joyful. The pursuit of the material has become our reason for living, not enjoyment of living itself.

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(…the non-conformist, how do you keep from getting scarred?)/i don’t! i got a scar here…and uh i got a scar on my knee…and uh a few scars on my soul.

Marlon Brando Dyslexia

I have decided to tell the story of my life as best I can, so that my children can separate the truth from the myths that others have created about me, as myths are created about everyone swept up in the turbulent and distorting maelstrom of celebrity in our culture.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor, Dyslexic Teacher

That’s a part of the sickness in America, that you have to think in terms of who wins, who loses, who’s good, who’s bad, who’s best, who’s worst…I don’t like to think that way. Everybody has their own value in different ways, and I don’t like to think who’s the best at this. I mean, what’s the point of it?

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor, Dyslexic Teacher

An actor is a guy who, if you ain’t talking about him, he ain’t listening!

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor, Dyslexic Teacher

I’ve always found animals easy to love because their love is unconditional. They are trusting, loyal and undemanding except in wanting love in return.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor, Dyslexic Teacher

There’s a line in the picture where he (Johnny – The Wild One) snarls, ‘Nobody tells me what to do.’ That’s exactly how I’ve felt all my life.

Marlon Brando Dyslexia

In being a loving son, I suppose I was trying to become a loved son.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor, Dyslexic Teacher

[…] I realize that to forgive with your mind is not always to forgive in your heart.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor, Dyslexic Teacher

The military mind has one aim, and that is to make soldiers react as mechanically as possible. They want the same predictability in a man as they do in a telephone or a machine gun, and they train their soldiers to act as a unit, not as individuals.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor, Dyslexic Teacher

People often say that an actor ‘plays’ a character well, but that’s an amateurish notion.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor, Dyslexic Teacher

Developing a characterization is not merely a matter of putting on makeup and a costume and stuffing Kleenex in your mouth.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor, Dyslexic Teacher

That’s what actors used to do, and then called it a characterization. In acting everything comes out of what you are, or some aspect of who you are.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor, Dyslexic Teacher

If you’ve never known love, you never know where it is, you don’t know what it looks like or it sounds like, you look in the most unlikely places to find it.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor, Dyslexic Teacher

It must have been spring because the big tree in front of the house was shedding pods with two wings like a dragonfly, On days when there wasn’t any wind, they would spin around in the air as they drifted softly to the ground.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor, Dyslexic Teacher

Waiting like that for the next magic was as good a moment as any other that I can remember in the last sixty -five years.

Marlon Brando Dyslexia

How a Dyslexic Sees:
Waiting like that for the next magic mas as goop a momeut as any other that I cau rememder iu the last sixty -five years.

At Field Elementary School in Omaha, I’d been the only one in my class to flunk kindergarten; I don’t remember why

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor, Dyslexic Teacher

It doesn’t matter whether I’m the best actor.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor, Dyslexic Teacher

I’m the best-positioned actor. People know me, and they want me around.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor

How a Dyslexic Sees:
I’m the pest-bositioueb actor. Peodle kuow me, anb they want me arounp.

I make life interesting for the people around me. It’s fun for me and it’s fun for them. I’m not always a nice guy, but I’m never the same guy twice. That’s why studios want to put me in movies, and that’s why the public wants to see me there.

Marlon Brando Dyslexia

I can still taste that first beer I bought with my own paycheck.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor

How a Dyslexic Sees:
I cau still taste that first beer I bought with my owu paycheck.

The only reason I’m in Hollywood is that I don’t have the moral courage to refuse the money.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor

 

How a Dyslexic Sees

The ouly reason I’m iu Hollywoob is that I dou’t have the moral conrage to refuse the money.

[on American Indians] When they laid down their arms, we murdered them. We lied to them. We cheated them out of their lands. We starved them into signing fraudulent agreements that we called treaties which we never kept.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor, Dyslexic Teacher

[on American Indians]We turned them into beggars on a continent that gave life for as long as life can remember. And by any interpretation of history, however twisted, we did not do right. We were not lawful nor were we just in what we did.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor, Dyslexic Teacher

[on American Indians]For them, we do not have to restore these people, we do not have to live up to some agreements, because it is given to us by virtue of our power to attack the rights of others, to take their property, to take their lives when they are trying to defend their land and liberty, and to make their virtues a crime and our own vices virtues.

Marlon Brando Dyslexia

[…] My sisters were either still at school or with friends, my mother was out drinking and my father was out whoring. As a result, I sought—as I still do— affection, loyalty and friendship from animals.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor, Dyslexic Teacher

Every spring the meadow in front of the house became an ocean of canary-colored mustard blossoms, and when a wind came up, it was like watching a sea of rippling golden waves rising and falling with the breeze like breakers just before they pound into a reef.

Marlon Brando Dyslexia

Maybe you’re desperate for love. Always have been in your life. But you’ve been distrustful of people. Is there anything about them that scares us, that’s dangerous, that’s going to hurt us? Because a lot of people are frightened to death of love.

Marlon Brando, Dyslexic Actor, Dyslexic Teacher