Yul Brynner Yul Brynner I Actor Director Producer Exotic leading man of American films, famed as much for his completely bald head as for his performances, Yul Brynner masked much of his life in mystery and outright lies designed to tease people he considered gullible. Yul Brynner Film Actor, Theater Actor, Actor Biography Watch videoYul Brynner Biography Film Actor, Theater Actor, Actor Yul Brynner was an actor of stage and screen most famous for portraying King Mongkut of Siam in The King and I. Yul Brynner Anti Smoking Commercial YouTube Oct , This commercial aired after Yul Brynner s death Now that I m gone, I tell you Don t smoke, whatever you do, just don t smoke. Biography of Yul Brynner, Exotic Movie Leading Man Late in Yul Brynner s marriage to Virginia Gil, he had an affair with actress Marlene Dietrich In , he fathered a daughter, Lark Brynner, with year old Frankie Tilden Brynner married for the second time in to the Chilean model Doris Kleiner. Yul Brynner Biography, Movies, Facts Britannica Yul Brynner, original name Yuliy Borisovich Bryner, born July , , Vladivostok, Far Eastern Republic Russia died October , , New York, New York, U.S , Russian born stage and film actor who was known primarily for his performance as the Siamese monarch in The King and I . Yul Brynner Bio Net worth, Married, Divorce, Ethnicity Yul Brynner was born as Yuliy Borisovich Briner on th July in Vladivostok, Far Eastern Republic He belonged to mixed ethnicity Swiss German, Russian, and partial Buryat ancestry, and held Russian nationality Brynner was born to Boris Yuliyevich Briner, a mining engineer, and Marousia Dimitrievna He had a younger sister, Vera Bryne. Yul Brynner and Deborah Kerr perform Shall We Dance from May , Yul Brynner and Deborah Kerr perform Shall We Dance from the film version of The King and I. Talk Yul Brynner Yul Brynner s shaved head was nominated for deletion The discussion was closed on April with a consensus to merge Its contents were merged into Yul Brynner The original page is now a redirect to this page For the contribution history and old versions of the redirected article, please see its history for its talk page, see here.