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Alfred Molina
AlfredMolinaByJustinHoch2009.jpg
Molina in 2009
Born
Alfredo Molina

(1953-05-24) 24 May 1953 (age 68)
Paddington, London, England
Citizenship
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
OccupationActor
Years active1978–present
Spouse(s)
(m. 1986; died 2020)
Children3

Alfredo "Alfred" Molina (born 24 May 1953) is a British-American actor who has appeared in over 200 film, television, and stage productions. He first rose to prominence in the West End, earning a nomination for the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Newcomer in a Play for his performance in the production of Oklahoma! in 1980. He made his film debut as Satipo in Raiders of the Lost Ark and his Broadway debut as Yvan in a production of Art from 1998 to 1999. His other Broadway roles include Tevye in the musical Fiddler on the Roof from 2004 to 2005 and Mark Rothko in the play Red from 2009 to 2010.

On screen, his best known roles include Kenneth Halliwell in Prick Up Your Ears (1987), Mellersh Wilkins in Enchanted April (1992), Rahad Jackson in Boogie Nights (1997), Comte de Reynaud in Chocolat (2000), Diego Rivera in Frida (2002), Bishop Aringarosa in The Da Vinci Code (2006), Jack Mellor in An Education (2009), and George in Love Is Strange (2014). He has voiced characters in Rango (2011), Monsters University (2013), Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018), and Frozen II (2019). He portrayed Marvel Comics character Doctor Octopus in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 2 (2004) and will reprise the role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film Spider-Man: No Way Home to be released in December 2021.[1]

Molina's work has brought him widespread acclaim. For his portrayal of Robert Aldrich in the miniseries Feud (2017), he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award and a Primetime Emmy Award. He received a BAFTA Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Frida, and has also been nominated for an Independent Spirit Award, a British Independent Film Award, five Screen Actors Guild Awards, and four Tony Awards.

Early life

He was born Alfredo Molina[2] in Paddington, London. His father, Esteban Molina, was a Spanish immigrant from Madrid, who came to England in 1939, and worked as a waiter and chauffeur.[3] His mother, Giovanna (née Bonelli), was an Italian immigrant who moved to Britain after WWII, and who cleaned rooms in a hotel, and worked as a cook and housekeeper.[4][5] Molina grew up in a working class district in Notting Hill[6] that was inhabited by many other immigrant families.[7] He decided to become an actor after seeing Spartacus at the age of nine, and attended the Guildhall School of Music and Drama,[8] as well as auditioning for and becoming a member of National Youth Theatre.[9] At the age of 21, he changed his name to Alfred, at the urging of his first agent.[10]

Career

Early work

Molina appeared with Leonard Rossiter in the sitcom The Losers (1978).[11] He made his film debut with a minor role in Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) as Indiana Jones' ill-fated guide, Satipo, during its iconic opening sequence. However, his big break came with Letter to Brezhnev (1985), which he followed with a starring role in Prick Up Your Ears (1987), playing Joe Orton's lover (and eventual murderer) Kenneth Halliwell. He was originally cast as Arnold Rimmer in the TV sitcom Red Dwarf, but was replaced by Chris Barrie.[12]

1990s

In the early 1990s, Molina was a ubiquitous presence on British television, with his highest profile role being the lead in the first two series of El C.I.D.. He appeared in the critically acclaimed films such as Mike Newell's costume drama Enchanted April (1992), Richard Donner's western comedy Maverick (1994), and Jim Jarmusch's western Dead Man (1995). Subsequent film roles include the drama Not Without My Daughter (1991), the science fiction horror film Species (1995), the broad comedy Dudley Do-Right (1999). With a midwestern American accent, Molina starred alongside Betty White in the US television series Ladies Man, which ran from 1999–2001.[13] In 1993 he appeared in the BBC miniseries adaptation of A Year in Provence, playing the annoying Tony, along with John Thaw and Lindsay Duncan.[14] Molina has worked twice with Paul Thomas Anderson, first in Boogie Nights (1997) and then in Magnolia (1999).[15]

2000s

In 2000, Molina appeared in Lasse Hallström's Chocolat which received critical acclaim and an Academy Award for Best Picture nomination. He gained wide recognition for his portrayal of Diego Rivera alongside Salma Hayek in the biopic Frida (2002), a role for which he gained BAFTA and SAG award nominations. He played himself alongside Steve Coogan in Jarmusch's Coffee and Cigarettes (2003) and gained further commercial recognition when he portrayed the villain Doctor Octopus in Spider-Man 2 (2004),[16] which became one of the highest-grossing films of that year. For the latter, Molina was nominated for a Satellite award as Best Supporting Actor. He reprised his role in the video game adaptation. In 2006, Molina portrayed Touchstone in Kenneth Branagh's film version of Shakespeare's As You Like It and appeared in Ron Howard's adaptation of The Da Vinci Code. Molina provided the voice of the villain Ares in the 2009 animated film Wonder Woman.[17]

Molina's stage work has included two major Royal National Theatre productions, Tennessee Williams' The Night of the Iguana (as Shannon) and David Mamet's Speed-the-Plow (as Fox). In his Broadway debut, Molina performed in Yasmina Reza's Tony Award-winning play 'Art', for which he received a Tony nomination in 1998. In 2004, Molina returned to the stage, starring as Tevye in the Broadway production of Fiddler on the Roof. For his performance he once again received a Tony Award nomination, this time for Best Actor in a Musical. He received his third Tony Award nomination for Red in 2010, for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play.[18]

In 2007, Molina narrated a 17-part original audiobook for Audible.com called The Chopin Manuscript. This serialized novel was written by a team of 15 best-selling thriller writers, including Jeffery Deaver, Lee Child, Joseph Finder and Lisa Scottoline. The novel won the 2008 Audiobook of the Year Award form Audio Publishers Association.[19]

2010s

On 1 April 2010, Molina opened at Broadway's John Golden Theatre in the role of artist Mark Rothko in John Logan's drama Red opposite Eddie Redmayne for a limited engagement through 27 June.[20] He had played the role to much critical success at the Donmar Warehouse in London in December 2009 and revisited that role at the Wyndham's Theatre in the West End in 2018.[21]

In 2010, Molina starred opposite Dawn French in the six-part BBC sitcom Roger & Val Have Just Got In,[22] with a second series in 2012.[23]

Molina has three Lego Minifigures modelled after him, namely Doctor Octopus from Spider-Man 2, Satipo from Raiders of the Lost Ark and Sheik Amar from Prince of Persia.[24]

In July 2010, it was announced that Molina had joined the cast of Law & Order: LA as Deputy District Attorney Morales.[25] He previously guest-starred in a two-part crossover in 2005 in two other Law & Order franchise shows, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Law & Order: Trial by Jury.[26]

Molina is a patron of the performing arts group Theatretrain. He is also a longtime member of the Los Angeles theatre company The New American Theatre, formerly known as Circus Theatricals, where he often teaches Shakespeare and Scene Study along with the company's artistic director Jack Stehlin.[27]

Molina stated in an interview in 2013 that he owes his stage and film career to the Indiana Jones series. "I'm very, very proud of that, I have to admit I didn't think at the time, 'Oh, this is going to go down in movie history.' I'd never been in front of a camera before," Molina said about his short but memorable appearance in Raiders of the Lost Ark. He recalled getting the job as a "gift from God" and said "I've publicly thanked Steven many, many times. That job saved my bacon, in more ways than one." About his now famous line in the film Molina stated that "I've never had a problem with people coming up to me about it. They'll shout that line to me, 'Throw me the idol, I'll throw you the whip!' I'm delighted that people still remember it."[28]

2020s

In 2020, Molina appeared in David Oyelowo's drama The Water Man, and Emerald Fennell's black comedy thriller Promising Young Woman. On 8 December 2020 it was announced that he would be returning as Doctor Octopus for Spider-Man: No Way Home in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, set to premiere on 17 December 2021.[29] Molina later confirmed that he would actually be reprising his role as the Spider-Man 2 incarnation of Doctor Octopus in No Way Home, retconning his character's original death. He was digitally de-aged to physically play the character just like he looked back in 2004.[30]

Personal life

Molina married actress Jill Gascoine in Tower Hamlets, London.[31] They were married from 1986 until her death on 28 April 2020 in Los Angeles from Alzheimer's disease.[32]

Molina resides in Los Angeles, California. In 2004, he announced that he had become a U.S. citizen.[33] He is fluent in English, Spanish, and Italian. In 2017, he moved to La Cañada Flintridge.[34]

In addition to acting, Molina is an advocate for people with Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). He donates towards AIDS research, participates in the Los Angeles AIDS Walk and appeared as himself in a documentary produced by Joseph Kibler[35] (who has been HIV+ and paraplegic since his birth, c. 1989) about Kibler's life titled Walk On, first screened in 2013.[36][37]

Molina endorsed Senator Bernie Sanders for President in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.[38]

In November 2019, director Jennifer Lee confirmed that she is in a relationship with Molina.[39]

For his portrayal of Sayyed Bozorg Mahmoody in Not Without My Daughter, Molina was once assaulted on his way to a rehearsal by a man who mistook him for Mahmoody.[40]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1981 Raiders of the Lost Ark Satipo
1985 Letter to Brezhnev Sergei
Ladyhawke Cezar
Water Pierre
Eleni Young Christos Uncredited
1987 Prick Up Your Ears Kenneth Halliwell
1988 Manifesto Avanti
1989 Virtuoso John Ogdon
Rescuers Speaking Italian Priest
1991 Hancock Tony Hancock
Not Without My Daughter Sayyed Bozorg Mahmoody
American Friends Oliver Syme
1992 Enchanted April Mellersh Wilkins
1993 A Year in Provence Tony Havers
The Trial Titorelli
When Pigs Fly Marty
1994 Maverick Angel
White Fang 2: Myth of the White Wolf Reverend Leland Drury
Cabin Boy Nathaniel's History Teacher Uncredited
1995 Species Dr. Stephen Arden
The Steal Cliff
The Perez Family Juan Raúl Perez
Dead Man Trading Post Missionary
Scorpion Spring Denis Brabant
Hideaway Dr. Jonas Nyebern
Nervous Energy Ira Moss
1996 Mojave Moon Sal
Before and After Panos Demeris
1997 Anna Karenina Levin
Boogie Nights Rahad Jackson
The Man Who Knew Too Little Boris 'The Butcher' Blavasky
A Further Gesture Tulio
1998 The Impostors Sir Jeremy Burtom
Rescuers: Stories of Courage: Two Couples
Pete's Meteor Hugh
The Treat The Colonel
1999 Dudley Do-Right Snidely K. 'Whip' Whiplash
Magnolia Solomon Solomon
2000 The Miracle Maker Simon the Pharisee Voice
Chocolat Comte De Reynaud
2001 Texas Rangers King Fisher
2002 Frida Diego Rivera
Plots with a View (aka Undertaking Betty) Boris Plots
2003 My Life Without Me Ann's Father
Identity Dr. Malick
Coffee and Cigarettes Himself
Luther Johann Tetzel
2004 Crónicas Victor Hugo Puente
Spider-Man 2 Dr. Otto Octavius / Doctor Octopus
Steamboy James Edward Steam Voice; English dub
Plots with a View Boris Plots
2006 The Da Vinci Code Bishop Manuel Aringarosa
As You Like It Touchstone
Orchids Short film
2007 The Hoax Dick Suskind
Silk Baldabiou
The Ten Commandments Ramesses, the Pharaoh Voice
The Moon and the Stars Davide Rieti
The Little Traitor Sergeant Dunlop
Chill Out, Scooby-Doo! Professor Jeffries Voice; Direct-to-video
2008 Nothing like the Holidays Edy Rodriguez
2009 An Education Jack Mellor
The Pink Panther 2 Randall Pepperidge
Angels & Demons Narrator Voice
The Lodger Chandler Manning
Wonder Woman Ares Voice; Direct-to-video
Big Guy Kent Short film
Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva Danny Voice; English dub
2010 The Tempest Stefano
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Sheik Amar
The Sorcerer's Apprentice Maxim Horvath
2011 Abduction Frank Burton
Rango Roadkill Voice
2012 Loving Miss Hatto William Barrington-Coupe
The Forger Everly Campbell
2013 Bless Me, Ultima Antonio Voice
The Truth About Emanuel Dennis
Justin and the Knights of Valour Reginald Voice
Monsters University Professor Derek Knight Voice
Vivaldi Tartini
2014 Love Is Strange George
Return to Zero Robert Royal
We'll Never Have Paris Terry Berman
Swelter Doc
Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet Sergeant Voice
Heavenly Sword King Bohan Voice
2015 Strange Magic Fairy King Voice
The Secret in Their Eyes Martin Morales
2016 Little Men Hernán
Donald Trump's The Art of the Deal: The Movie Jerry Schrager
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Ali Massoud Sadiq
Paint It Black Cal
Message from the King Preston
A Family Man Lou Wheeler
2017 Breakable You Paul Weller
Justice League Dark Destiny Voice; Direct-to-video
2018 The Front Runner Ben Bradlee
Saint Judy Ray Hernandez
Ralph Breaks the Internet Double Dan Voice
Henchmen Baron Blackout Voice
Vice Waiter Uncredited cameo
2019 Don't Let Go Howard Keleshian
Frankenstein's Monster's Monster, Frankenstein Aubrey Fields Short film
The Devil Has a Name Big Boss
Frozen II King Agnarr Voice
2020 Promising Young Woman Jordan Green Uncredited
The Water Man Jim Bussey
2021 Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans Archie Voice
Spider-Man: No Way Home Dr. Otto Octavius / Doctor Octopus Post-production

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1978 The Losers Nigel 6 episodes
1981 Bognor Waiter 2 episodes
1982 Anyone for Denis? Eric Television film
1983 Meantime John Television film
Reilly, Ace of Spies Yakov Blumkin Episode: "Gambit"
1985 Number One D.C. Rogers Television film
Angels in the Annexe Mike Brittain Television film
C.A.T.S. Eyes Det. Sgt. Cropper Episode: "Blue for Danger"
1986 Casualty Harry Horner Episode: "Jump Start"
1987 Miami Vice Esther's Attorney Episode: "The Big Thaw"
1989 The Accountant Lionel Ellerman Television film
Saracen Jose Morazan Episode: "Proof of Death"
1989–92 Screen One Various 4 episodes
1989–95 Screen Two Various 4 episodes
1990–92 El C.I.D. Bernard Blake 13 episodes
1991 Ashenden Carmona Episode: "The Hairless Mexican"
Performance George Melly Episode: "The Trials of Oz"
Boon Mike Hubble Episode: "The Night Before Christmas"
1994 Requiem Apache Hamish/Getaway Driver Television film
1996 Tracey Takes On... Mr. Dragotti Episode: "Royalty"
1998 The Wild Thornberrys Elcio Voice; Episode: "Only Child"
1999–01 Ladies Man Jimmy Stiles 30 episodes; also producer
2001 Murder on the Orient Express Hercule Poirot Television film
2002 Bram & Alice Bram 9 episodes
2003 Justice League King Gustav Voice; Episode: "Maid of Honor"
2005 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Gabriel Duvall Episode: "Night"
Law & Order: Trial by Jury Gabriel Duvall Episode: "Day"
2007 Monk Peter Magneri Episode: "Mr. Monk and the Naked Man"
The Company The Sorcerer 3 episodes
2009 Yes, Virginia Francis Church Voice; Television film
The Lodger Det. Chandler Manning Television film, Jack the Ripper copycat
2010–11 Law & Order: LA Det. Ricardo Morales 16 episodes
2010–12 Roger & Val Have Just Got In Roger Stephenson 12 episodes
2010–12 The Life & Times of Tim Chairman Voice; 2 episodes
2011 Harry's Law Eric Sanders 3 episodes
Innocent Alejando "Sandy" Stern Television film
2012 Kung Fu Panda: 
Legends of Awesomeness
Ke-Pa Voice; Episode: "Enter the Dragon"
Loving Miss Hatto Barrie Television film
2012;
2015–16
Gravity Falls Multi-Bear Voice; 3 episodes
2012–20 Robot Chicken Lex Luthor
Various Characters
Voice; 7 episodes
2013 Monday Mornings Dr. Harding Hooten 10 episodes
Drunk History Arthur Conan Doyle Episode: "Detroit"
2014 Rick and Morty The Devil Voice; Episode: "Something Ricked This Way Comes"
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey Alhazen Voice; Episode: "Hiding in the Light"
The Normal Heart Ben Weeks Television film
Matador Andrés Galan 13 episodes
2014–17 Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero Rippen Voice; 55 episodes
2015 Show Me a Hero Henry J. Spallone 6 episodes
Axe Cop Various Voice; 2 episodes
Oscar's Hotel for Fantastical Creatures Norbert Voice; Episode: "Fishy Business"
Long Live the Royals Rupert / Neil Voice; 2 episodes
2016–18 DreamWorks Dragons Viggo Grimborn Voice; 22 episodes
2016–17 Angie Tribeca Dr. Edelweiss Uncredited
14 episodes
2016 Close to the Enemy Harold Lindsay-Jones 7 episodes
Sister Cities Mort Television film; also executive producer
American Dad! Tow Truck Driver Voice; Episode: "Father's Daze"
2017 Feud: Bette and Joan Robert Aldrich 6 episodes[41]
I'm Dying Up Here Carl Veisor Episode: "Pilot"
Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie Lasombra Voice; Television film[42]
Welcome to the Wayne Albert Molina Voice; 3 episodes
2018–19 Summer Camp Island Various voices 7 episodes
2018 I Feel Bad Max Episode: "My Kids Barely Know Their Culture"
2019 3Below: Tales of Arcadia Archie Voice; Episode: "A Glorious End, Part Two"
2020 Big City Greens Cogburn Voice; Episode: "Animal Farm"
Solar Opposites The Duke Voice; 4 episodes
Harley Quinn Mr. Freeze, Stew Voice; 2 episodes
Family Guy Panamanian Man Voice; Episode: "Coma Guy"
Wizards: Tales of Arcadia Archie Voice
Crossing Swords Robin Hood Voice; Episode: "Hot Tub Death Machine"
Infinity Train Chandelier Voice; Episode: "The Debutante Ball Car"
2021 Monsters at Work Professor Derek Knight Voice; Episode: "Welcome to Monsters, Incorporated"

Theatre

Year Title Role Notes
1980–81 Oklahoma! Jud Fry Palace Theatre, West End
1982 Can't Pay? Won't Pay! Giovanni Royal Court Theatre, West End
1989 Speed-the-Plow Bobby Gould Royal National Theatre, London
1991 Henry IV, Part 1 John of Lancaster The Public Theater
1992 The Night of the Iguana Rev. T. Lawrence Shannon Royal National Theatre, London
1995–96 Molly Sweeney Frank Sweeney Laura Pels Theatre, RTC
1998 Art Yvan Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, Broadway
2001 True West Lee Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles
2002 Richard III Duke of Buckingham Odyssey Theatre
2004–05 Fiddler on the Roof Tevye Minskoff Theatre, Broadway
2006 The Cherry Orchard Lopakhin Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles
2007 Howard Katz Howard Katz Laura Pels Theatre, RTC
2009–10 Red Mark Rothko Donmar Warehouse, London
John Golden Theatre, Broadway
2017 Long Day's Journey into Night James Tyrone Geffen Playhouse, Los Angeles
2018 Red Mark Rothko Wyndham's Theatre, West End
2020 The Father André Pasadena Playhouse

Video games

Year Title Role Notes
2004 Spider-Man 2 Otto Octavius/Doctor Octopus [43]
2014 The Elder Scrolls Online Abnur Tharn [44]
2015 The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited Abnur Tharn
2016 The Elder Scrolls Online: Gold Edition Abnur Tharn
2017 The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind Abnur Tharn
2017 Wilson's Heart Bela Belascó
2018 The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset Abnur Tharn
2019 The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr Abnur Tharn
2019  The Elder Scrolls Online: Dragonhold Abnur Tharn
2020 The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor Abnur Tharn
2021 The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood Abnur Tharn

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
1980 Laurence Olivier Award Best Newcomer in a Play Oklahoma! Nominated
1990 Laurence Olivier Award Best Comedy Performance Speed-the-Plow Nominated
Royal Television Society Award Best Actor – Male The Accountant Won
British Academy Television Award Best Actor Nominated
1996 Theatre World Award N/A Molly Sweeney Won
1998 Drama Desk Award Featured Actor in a Play 'Art' Won
Tony Award Best Actor in a Play Nominated
Florida Film Critics Circle Best Cast Boogie Nights Won
Screen Actors Guild Award Best Cast in a Motion Picture Nominated
2000 Florida Film Critics Circle Best Cast Magnolia Won
Screen Actors Guild Award Best Cast in a Motion Picture Nominated
2001 Screen Actors Guild Award Cast in a Motion Picture Chocolat Nominated
2003 Imagen Award Best Actor – Film Frida Won
Chicago Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Critics' Choice Movie Award Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Satellite Award Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Award Best Supporting Actor Nominated
British Academy Film Award Best Supporting Actor Nominated
2004 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Actor in a Musical Fiddler on the Roof Nominated
Tony Award Best Actor in a Musical Nominated
2005 Visual Effects Society Award Outstanding Actor - Visual Effects Film Spider-Man 2 Won
London Film Critics' Circle British Supporting Actor Nominated
Satellite Award Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Saturn Award Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Teen Choice Award Choice Movie Villain Nominated
MTV Movie Award Best Villain Nominated
2008 London Film Critics' Circle Best Supporting Actor The Hoax Nominated
2009 ALMA Award Best Actor in Film The Pink Panther 2 Nominated
British Independent Film Award Best Supporting Actor An Education Nominated
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Satellite Award Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Washington D.C. Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor Nominated
2010 Vancouver Film Critics Circle Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Critic's Choice Movie Award Best Supporting Actor Nominated
London Film Critics' Circle British Supporting Actor of the Year Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Award Cast in a Motion Picture Nominated
British Academy Film Award Best Supporting Actor Nominated
Drama Desk Award Best Actor in a Play Red Nominated
Drama League Award Distinguished Performance Won
Tony Award Best Actor in a Play Nominated
2014 Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Supporting Actor - Limited Series or Movie The Normal Heart Nominated
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actor Love Is Strange Nominated
2015 Independent Spirit Award Best Supporting Actor Nominated
2017 Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie Feud: Bette and Joan Nominated
2018 Critics' Choice Television Award Best Supporting Actor in a Movie/Miniseries Nominated
Golden Globe Award Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Nominated

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