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"People think: ‘You run an adult company so you’re a millionaire,’ but it’s not like that," he told Buzz Feed News."We’re essentially a bunch of really small businesses that usually operate within a very low-profit margin, if any at all, especially nowadays with piracy and everything like that.Brando had turned down a role in the movie, but was photographed behind the scenes while Dean was filming.But a book says the two men were engaged in a sadomasochistic relationship, with Brando the exploiter In James Dean: Tomorrow Never Comes, which is due out next on Blood Moon Productions, authors Darwin Porter and Danforth Prince reveal that their relationship was far more complex than had been thought. I really believe that Jimmy fell in love with Brando that year. I met Brando only three times and each time he was with Jimmy. But it was quite apparent for their celebrity friends who included playwright Tennessee Williams, composer Alec Wilder and Rogers Brackett, a Manhattan advertising executive who was Dean's on-off boyfriend. He is remembered as a cultural icon of teenage disillusionment and social estrangement, as expressed in the title of his most celebrated film, Rebel Without a Cause (1955), in which he starred as troubled teenager Jim Stark.
Though he initially seems more aloof and emotionally troubled than his twin brother Aron, Cal is soon seen to be more worldly, business savvy, and even sagacious than their pious and constantly disapproving father (played by Raymond Massey) who seeks to invent a vegetable refrigeration process.
"I’ve had a lot of issues with cancer in my life," he said.
"My grandparents died of cancer, I’ve had a lot of friends who’ve had cancer, I recently had a very close friend who died from cancer.
There, he worked as a stunt tester for the game show Beat the Clock, but was subsequently fired for allegedly performing the tasks too quickly.
Proud of this accomplishment, Dean referred to the Actors Studio in a 1952 letter to his family as "the greatest school of the theater. I am one of the youngest to belong." There, he was classmates and close friends with Carroll Baker, alongside whom he would eventually star in Giant (1956).