Jordi Molla

Jordi Molla

Birth name: Jordi Mollà i Perales
Born: July 1, 1968
Age: 50
Birthplace: Barcelona, Spain
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Biography

Jordi Mollà i Perales (born 1 July 1968) is a Spanish actor, director, filmmaker, writer, and artist.

Mollà's artwork is represented in the Carmen De la Guerra Gallery in Madrid, PicassoMio Gallery in Madrid and Coldcreation Gallery in Barcelona. In the summer of 2002, he exhibited in ARCO Madrid (es) at the Carmen de la Guerra Gallery, along with a number of other artists.

As an actor, Mollà is most recognized in the United States for his role as Diego Delgado in Blow (Ted Demme, 2001), his debut Hollywood film. Mollà also has directed three films and written two books.

Bad Boys II co-star Gabrielle Union labeled Mollà as "The Tom Cruise of Spain," when praising his performance as Johnny Tapia.[citation needed]

Contents

  • 1 Filmography as actor
  • 2 Filmography as director
  • 3 Screenwriter
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Filmography as actor

  • (1992) Revolver, directed by Gary Nelson
  • (1992) Jamón, jamón, by J.J. Bigas Luna
  • (1993) Historias de la puta mili, by Manuel Esteban
  • (1994) Le fusil de bois, by Pierre Delerive
  • (1994) Todo es mentira, by Álvaro Fernández Armero
  • (1994) Historias del Kronen, by Montxo Armendáriz
  • (1994) Mi hermano del alma, by Mariano Barroso
  • (1994) Alegre ma non-troppo, by Fernando Colomo
  • (1995) La flor de mi secreto, by Pedro Almodóvar
  • (1995) Los hombres siempre mienten, by Antonio del Real
  • (1996) La Cible (1996) (fr), by Pierre Courrège
  • (1996) La Celestina, by Gerardo Vera
  • (1997) Perdona bonita, pero Lucas me quería a mí, by Dunia Ayaso
  • (1997) La buena estrella, by Ricardo Franco
  • (1998) Los años bárbaros, by Fernando Colomo
  • (1998) Dollar for the Dead, by Gene Quintano
  • (1998) El pianista, by Mario Gas
  • (1999) Volavérunt, by J.J. Bigas Luna
  • (1999) Nadie conoce a nadie, by Mateo Gil
  • (1999) Segunda Piel, by Gerardo Vera
  • (2001) Son de mar, by J.J. Bigas Luna
  • (2001) Blow, by Ted Demme
  • (2002) No somos nadie, directed by himself.
  • (2003) The Tulse Luper Suitcases: The Moab Story, by Peter Greenaway
  • (2003) Bad Boys II, by Michael Bay
  • (2004) The Alamo, by John Lee Hancock
  • (2004) The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Part 2: Vaux to the Sea, by Peter Greenaway
  • (2006) The Stone Merchant (it)
  • (2006) GAL
  • (2006) Anthony: Warrior of God, by Antonello Belluco
  • (2007) Elizabeth: The Golden Age, by Shekhar Kapur
  • (2007) Sultanes del Sur
  • (2008) Guerrilla, by Steven Soderbergh
  • (2008) Zenitram, by Luis Barone
  • (2008) La Conjura de El Escorial, by Antonio del Real
  • (2008) Inconceivable, by Mary McGuckian
  • (2008) Stevie, by Bryan Goeres
  • (2009) Ce n'è per tutti, by Luciano Melchionna
  • (2009) El cónsul de Sodoma, by Sigfrid Monleón
  • (2009) The Van Zandt Shakedown Rumored, by Christopher Compton
  • (2009) God's Spy, by Andrew Morahan
  • (2010) The Making of Plus One, by Mary McGuckian
  • (2010) Knight and Day, by James Mangold
  • (2010) Bunraku, by Guy Moshe
  • (2010) There be dragons, by Roland Joffe
  • (2011) Colombiana, by Olivier Megaton
  • (2013) A Gun in Each Hand, by Cesc Gay
  • (2013) Riddick, by David Twohy
  • (2015) Ant-Man, by Peyton Reed (uncredited)
  • (2015) In the Heart of the Sea
  • (2016) Criminal, by Ariel Vromen
  • (2016) The Godmother
  • (2016) Term life, by Peter Billingsley
  • (2016) Quel bravo ragazzo, by Enrico Lando
  • (2016) The Man Who Was Thursday
  • (2017) The Music of Silence, by Michael Radford
  • (2018) The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, by Terry Gilliam
  • (2018) Ibiza
  • (2019) Jack Ryan

Filmography as director

  • (1993) Walter Peralta
  • (1995) No me importaría irme contigo
  • (2002) No somos nadie
  • (2007) Cinemart
  • (2012) 88

Screenwriter

  • Walter Peralta (1993)
  • No me importaría irme contigo (1995)
  • No somos nadie (2002)
  • Cinemart (2007)
  • 88 (2012)
  • Duelo (2014).[1]

[ Source: Wikipedia ]