Despite reports that Godfather star Marlon Brando died insolvent, he actually left an estate valued at approximately $21.6 million. The legendary actor's major assets were his $10-million Beverly Hills home and Tetiaroa, his chain of 11 small islands in Tahiti. "He was such a private man," Brando's attorney told USA Today, "that it was easy to make comments about him, because everyone knew he would never set the record straight." While Brando's will hasn't yet been made public, his eight kids by four different women are expected to benefit from his financial legacy.
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