Alfred Molina
Biographical Information
Born May 24th, 1953
London, England
Productions Oklahoma! as Jud Fry
Fiddler on the Roof as Tevye
Roger & Val Have Just Got In as Roger Stephenson
Love Is Strange as George
Recordings Oklahoma! (1980 London cast)
Fiddler on the Roof (2004 revival cast)
Vocal Type Baritone

Alfred Molina is an English actor.


Born in Paddington, London to Spanish and Italian parents, he attended both the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the National Youth Theatre. He made his television debut in 1978 and film debut as the treacherous Satipo in Raiders of the Lost Ark. He gained notability for his role in Prick Up Your Ears.

Molina received further recognition for his roles on television, such as the two person sitcom Roger & Val Have Just Got In, and gained plaudits for his performance in Frida. He also appeared in blockbusters such as Spider Man 2 and Prince of Persia, as well as frequently being used as a voice actor and narrator.


Molina sang notably on stage, firstly as Jud Fry in Oklahoma!, and later when he played the leading role of Tevye in the 2004 revival of Fiddler on the Roof. On screen he performed the piano duet "Baby You've Got What It Takes" in Love Is Strange.


Love Is Strange (2014)Edit

  • Baby You've Got What It Takes (contains solo lines)


Roger & Val Have Just Got In (2010)Edit

  • Don't Stop Me Now (solo)


Oklahoma! (1980)Edit

  • Pore Jud is Daid (duet)
  • Lonely Room (solo)

Fiddler on the Roof (2004)Edit

  • Tradition
  • Sabbath Prayer
  • If I Were a Rich Man (solo)
  • To Life (contains solo lines)
  • Tevye's Monologue (solo)
  • Tevye's Dream (contains solo lines)
  • Sunrise, Sunset (contains solo lines)
  • Tevye's Rebuttal (solo)
  • Chavaleh (solo)
  • Anatevka

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