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Molina, Armando

MOLINA, Armando


Career: Actor. Frontline Comedy Group, member; Legal Action (resident comedy group), Westbank Theater, cofounder; Latins Anonymous, cofounder, c. mid1980s; The Platform (a political cabaret), cofounder.


Film Appearances:

Thief 2, Deathstalker III: Deathstalker and the Warriors from Hell (also known as Deathstalker 3 and Deathstalker 3: The Warriors from Hell ), Concorde, 1989.

Bus boy, Soapdish, 1991.

Coach Harvey, Perfect Game, Buena Vista Home Video, 2000.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Desk clerk, My Little Assassin, Lifetime, 1999.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Herman, "Borderline," Knots Landing, CBS, 1988.

Customs agent, "13th Episode Anniversary Special," Good Grief, Fox, 1991.

Paper hanger #1, "The Final Adjustment," NYPD Blue, ABC, 1994.

Dr. Sanchez, "Boxing Sydney," Melrose Place, Fox, 1995.

Salesman, "Willie Gets Lucky," Land's End, syndicated, 1995.

Delivery man, "Get Back," Mad about You, NBC, 1996.

Amigo, "The Puerto Rican Day," Seinfeld, NBC, 1998.

Mario, "Three Valentines," Frasier, NBC, 1999.

Justice Arthur Victor, "Going Home," Family Law, CBS, 2000.

Reporter, "Norm vs. Deception," The Norm Show (also known as Norm ), ABC, 2001.

Edward Sanchez, "Gordo and the Girl," Lizzie McGuire, The Disney Channel, 2001.

Father Santiago, "Holy Mackerel," The King of Queens, CBS, 2002.

Stage Appearances:

Broken Hearts, Cornerstone Theater Company, Los Angeles, 1999.

Also appeared in Malliere, Santa Monica Place, Santa Monica, CA; Foot/Mouth, Santa Monica Place, Santa Monica, CA; Bocon!, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles; One Hundred Times I Shouldn't, Bilingual Foundation of the Arts; Aunt Dan and Lemon, South Coast Repertory Theatre.

Stage Work:

Worked as codirector, Cha Cha Feminist, Highways Gallery and Performance Space, Santa Monica, CA; director, Latins Anonymous, American Southwest Theater Company; director, Magic Tricks, Cornerstone Theater Company; director, Ramona Roses.

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