Richard Molinas (Ricardo Andrew Molinas)
BiographyLondon, England, UK
Richard Molinas studied French, Spanish and Italian languages at St. Francis Xavier College, Bruges, Belgium. He came from a circus family and started career with parents in circuses. He made his screen debut in 1936. Played lead in many stage productions and later character roles in films. After service in the Merchant Navy, he made a theatrical tour of the Middle East. His first radio program was "Battle of the Atlantic" for the B.B.C. Afterwards he broadcast for them in numerous radio plays and later on television. Read more... Bad Man". His hobbies in real life were of the outdoor variety notably motoring, riding, shooting, swimming and boating. He died during the second quarter of 1975 at the age of 63.