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ALFRED MOLINA (Pepperidge) is an accomplished and versatile actor with over seventy film, television, and theater productions to his credit. 

Molina recently finished filming Mike Newell's Disney feature The Prince of Persia with Jake Gyllenhaal and Ben Kingsley, and Julie Taymor's version of The Tempest with Helen Mirren, Chris Cooper & Djimon Hounsou. Additionally, he has recently been seen in the independent feature Nothing Like the Holidays with John Leguizamo and Debra Messing as well as The Little Traitor, directed by Lynn Roth and produced by Marilyn Hall. He will next been seen in An Education with Emma Thompson and Peter Sarsgaard, which will premiere at the upcoming Sundance film festival. 

In 2007 Molina finished an on stage performance of the Off-Broadway play "Howard Katz”by Patrick Mawber at the Roundabout Theatre. He was also seen in the Miramax film Hoax opposite Richard Gere for director Lasse Hallstrom who also directed Molina's performance in Chocolat in 2000. In addition, he starred in the TNT mini-series "The Company” with Michael Keaton and Chris O'Donnell, which was produced by Sir. Ridley Scott and John Calley, and was also seen in the HBO film "As You Like It” opposite Bryce Dallas Howard for director Kenneth Branagh. 

In 2006, Molina starred in The Da Vinci Code for director Ron Howard and Sony Pictures. At that studio, he had previously created the groundbreaking role of Doc Ock for that studio in 2004 in Spider-Man 2, directed by Sam Raimi. He also completed a run at the Mark Taper Forum of "The Cherry Orchard” opposite Annette Bening. His history in the theatre has been highly recognized with two Tony nominations for "Fiddler on the Roof” and "Art,” as well as a Drama Desk Award, and an Outer Circle Critics Award for "Art.” 

Some of his other films include Frida, opposite Salma Hayek, Edward Norton, Geoffrey Rush and Ashley Judd, earning him Best Supporting Actor nominations from BAFTA, the Screen Actors Guild, the Chicago Film Critics Association, and the Broadcast Critics Association. Molina also appeared in the Columbia Pictures thriller Identity, opposite John Cusack, Ray Liotta and Amanda Peet, the Jim Jarmusch film Coffee and Cigarettes, and the Miramax release Undertaking Betty, a comedy with Brenda Blethyn, Naomi Watts and Christopher Walken.

Molina made his movie debut with a small role in Raiders of the Lost Ark and had a notable role as a Soviet sailor in Letter to Brezhnev. His breakthrough role came in 1987 when he portrayed Kenneth Halliwell, the tragic lover of Joe Orton in Prick Up Your Ears. In 1998, Molina earned accolades for his powerful performance in Paul Thomas Anderson's film Boogie Nights, which won the Screen Actors Guild Award for outstanding performance by a cast in a theatrical motion picture. His other films include The Imposters, Anna Karenina, Species, The Perez Family, Maverick, Enchanted April, Pete's Meteor, Not Without My Daughter, Dudley Do-Right and Texas Rangers. For television, Molina served as a producer and actor for the CBS situation comedy "Ladies Man,” co-starring Sharon Lawrence and Betty White.

Molina made his Broadway debut in 1998 in the Tony winning play "Art” with Alan Alda and Victor Garber. In addition to his own Best Actor Tony nomination, he received a Drama Desk Award for his performance, and the production was honored with an Outer Circle Critics Award for best ensemble. He starred in the off-Broadway production of "Molly Sweeney,” for which he was honored with a Theatre World Award and a Drama Desk Award nomination for Most Outstanding Debut Performance. His other theatre credits include roles in two Royal National Theatre productions, "Night of the Iguana” and David Mamet's "Speed-the-Plow,” for which he was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Comedy Performance; as well as "Serious Money” for the Royal Court Theatre and The West End. Molina also received an Olivier Award nomination for his performance in "Oklahoma!” at the Palace Theatre.

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