On my radar: Alfred Molina’s cultural highlights

The stage and screen actor on the secret life of Eugene O’Neill, the singer Mayer Hawthorne, All About Eve and his favourite Los Angeles eaterie

Born in London to a Spanish father and Italian mother, Molina, 63, decided to become an actor after watching Stanley Kubrick’s Spartacus aged nine. He later attended the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and was a member of the National Youth Theatre. After a number of theatre roles he made his film debut in Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) as the ill-fated guide Satipo; since then he has starred in more than 70 films including Chocolat, Boogie Nights, Magnolia and Frida. Now an La resident and Us citizen, Molina starred in Ira Sachs’s 2014 film Love Is Strange, and he will appear in Sachs’s latest drama, Little Men, out in cinemas on 23 September.

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