LOS ANGELES, July 8 (UPI) -- Marlon Brando's long, lost daughter has gone public in the days since the Hollywood icon died to say she wants to meet her siblings, it was reported Thursday.
Lisa Worme first learned Brando was her real father about six years ago when her mother, "Hogan's Heroes" actress Cynthia Lynn, told her the news, Celebrity Justice reported.
"I didn't even get a birthday card and he knew about me. ... I'd like to meet my brothers and sisters. I would like to go to the funeral, that's all I want. ... I don't want any money at all," Worme said.
Lynn, who played Helga on the 1960s sitcom, appeared in a 1964 movie called "Bedtime Story" with Brando.
"She was so young at the time and gullible, but she was married. And I guess you know, a little affair broke out and out came me," Worme said.
In related news, Brando reportedly changed his will two weeks before he died to name former studio boss Mike Medavoy as one of the executors to ensure his children benefited from the estate, Celebrity Justice said.