Quote: "I've said that if Salma had been white and male, she would have been bigger than Harvey Weinstein. I still believe that. Salma is a great businesswoman; she's creative in a way that takes people by surprise." Salma Hayek's Frida co-star Alfred Molina tells Elle the Mexican actress' sex and nationality have held her back in Hollywood.
Quote: "I can't see a b**ody thing anymore, it's ridiculous! It happened like that - I couldn't believe it. I woke up one morning and thought, 'Why is there a fog in my bedroom?' I couldn't see a b**ody thing!" Veteran actor Alfred Molina is starting to feel his age after he was forced to start wearing spectacles at 59.
Quote: "I'd rather eat my own elbows! I'm just trying to be honest. I mean, good luck to them but I'm not really interested!" British actor Alfred Molina won't be watching the royal wedding next Friday (29Apr11) when Prince William weds fiancee Kate Middleton in London.
Fact: British actor Alfred Molina has been promoted to a regular star of hit new U.S. cop show LAW & ORDER: LOS ANGELES. The thespian, who plays deputy district attorney Ricardo Morales on the show, is stepping up to replace the departing Skeet Ulrich.
Quote: "The genetic pool I'm from is so mixed, I give good foreign. That's got to be on my headstone: 'Fred Molina. He gave good foreign'." Alfred Molina is grateful his heritage allows him to play a variety of roles.
Quote: "It's part of a tradition that goes back to the beginning of film - a never-ending stream of British actors playing villains in Hollywood movies. Those parts are great fun to play and playing the villain put my two kids through university, so I've got no complaints." Alfred Molina has no regrets about playing the bad guy in movies such as Spider-Man 2.
Fact: Spider-Man 2 and THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE villain Alfred Molina has signed up to play a tough Deputy District Attorney in the new LAW & ORDER: LOS ANGELES cop drama. The Brit will star opposite Skeet Ulrich in the new series, which launches later this year (10).