Nicholson to demolish Brando home

Jack Nicholson is planning to knock down Marlon Brando's former Los Angeles estate and plant flower beds on the property which neighbours his home.

Jack Nicholson is planning to knock down Marlon Brando's former Los Angeles estate and plant flower beds on the property which neighbours his home.

The Shining actor bought the property for $6.1m (€4.7m) following his close friend Brando's death in 2004, and has been advised it will be too expensive to renovate the "derelict" building which is plagued by mould.

The 69-year-old says: "It's more likely that we will take the house down."

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