Brandon Marlo first comes on the scene as part of In a Tiff, where George Spieler has asked you to convince Marlo to come back to work after he walked out over his lines being changed. Later, you have the opportunity to star in a movie he has directed himself, as part of By the Riverfront.
Brandon's appearance varies between players.
Brandon Marlo is an acting legend who has starred in The Godparent and A Streetcar Called Desire. Brandon is a pain to work due to big ego and explosive temper.
|In a Tiff|
|Oh! Look who's here! I suppose our director gave you some spiel... er about how I stormed off and now you're here to pull me back in?|
Well, you can forget it! I have more talent in my pinky toes than both you and that hack of a director!
2. Really - err... I mean: of course you are! Which film do you think I shone most in?
2b. A fan favorite, indeed! But I don't see what you could possibly do to get me to come back...
2b1. Fewer lines means less screen-time for you...
Less screen-time for you means more for me. I like it - um... for artistic reasons! Tell Spieler I will read his rubbish line if I also get some of your better lines as well.
No! I am merely method acting... while intoxicated.
When giving Brandon Marlo a shout out in Interview
(Your Name)! I happened to catch your red-carpet chat with Ray Powers. I'm not surprised to see that my influence reaches to this generation's stars; your work on our last endeavor was almost impressive.. Uh huh...
And seeing as you has the presence of mind to thank someone who matters, rather than blandly thanking people as inconsequential as... I don't know... your parents... for your success...
1. It is the story of an aging boxer trying to deal with life after the ring. I can promise you that it will be the learning experience of a lifetime!
What do you say?
a. There was never a doubt you would answer differently! We will begin filming in 24 hours. Do not be late!