Alfred Molina as Robert Aldrich | FEUD on FX

FEUD: Bette and Joan

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Alfred Molina

Robert Aldrich

Alfred Molina co-stars as film director Robert Aldrich in the FX anthology series FEUD: Bette and Joan, from Executive Producer Ryan Murphy.


Molina is an accomplished London-born actor whose diverse and distinguished gallery of performances has led to a lengthy and triumphant career. Some of his most unforgettable performances include portraying hedonistic Mexican muralist “Diego Rivera Frida” (2002 SAG Award®- nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role), Jewish milkman “Teyve” in the 2004 Broadway revival of the musical Fiddler on the Roof (Tony Award- nominated for Best Actor), deranged drug dealer “Rahad Jackson” in the critically-acclaimed film Boogie Nights (1997), comic book villain “Doc Ock” in the blockbuster hit sequel Spider-Man 2 (2004) and the John Logan play Red (2009-2010 /Tony Award nominated for Best Lead Actor) in which Molina portrayed the artist Mark Rothko.


Recently, Molina has showed off his chops in the Ryan Murphy directed HBO film The Normal Heart (2014 Emmy® -nominated for Outstanding Best Supporting Actor), HBO’s critically -acclaimed miniseries Show Me a Hero (2015) for director Paul Haggis, TBS comedy series Angie Tribeca (2016), Paramount Pictures feature Whiskey Tango Foxtrot (2016) co-starring with Tina Fey, and most recently British period drama miniseries Close to the Enemy opposite Jim Sturgess and Freddie Highmore for the BBC.


Still in the pipeline are Showtime’s comedy-drama series I’m Dying Up Here, indie features: Message from the King opposite Teresa Palmer and Luke Evans, The Headhunter’s Calling opposite Gerard Butler, and Sister Cities for director Sean Hanish and feature films: Road to Capri opposite Virginia Madsen, an adaptation of the Janet Fitch novel Paint it Black, and Breakable You opposite Tony Shalhoub, Holly Hunter and Anna Paquin.


Molina will next be revisiting his roots with a role in Eugene O'Neill's Pulitzer Prize winning drama A Long Day's Journey into Night at the Geffen Playhouse.