Alfred Molina’s Transition to New York


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After more than 30 years in Los Angeles, Alfred Molina is relishing his newfound Upper West Side residency. He recently purchased an apartment in New York City with his wife, marking a slow but steady shift to the East Coast. Molina, 70, is currently preparing for his role in the Broadway production of “Uncle Vanya” at Lincoln Center Theater.

Returning to Broadway

Molina, a seasoned stage actor, has been nominated for three Tony Awards during his illustrious career. His return to a New York stage after nearly 15 years in “Vanya” has been a highly anticipated event in the theater world. He joins a stellar cast including Steve Carell, Jayne Houdyshell, and William Jackson Harper, under the direction of Lila Neugebauer.

New York Favorites

  • Favorite Morning Routine: Molina starts his day with bright and fast jazz music, particularly enjoying artists like Art Pepper and Dexter Gordon.
  • Love for Jazz: His passion for jazz dates back to his teenage years, where he found solace and joy in Black American music. Molina avidly followed music publications and explored any jazz band or album recommended.
  • Artistic Inspiration: Molina draws inspiration from various art forms, including music, to fuel his creativity and performances on stage.

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