Antonio Molina biography
Antonio Molina was a Spanish singer and actor born on March 9, 1928, in Málaga, Spain. As a child, he displayed talent as a flamenco singer and gained notice singing on radio shows. He started a recording career and toured throughout Spain. Molina made his theater debut in the Gran Teatro in Cordoba, and then launched his own show Hechizo (1954). He starred in several notable films including El pescador de coplas (1953), Esa voz es una mina (1955), La hija de Juan Simón (1956) and El Cristo de los faroles (1958). Molina died on March 18, 1992, in Madrid, Spain.
Singer and actor Antonio Molina was born in Málaga, Spain on March 9, 1928. From the age of 10, he showed great aptitude for flamenco singing, and became popular by participating in various radio shows. His film career began in 1953, and he is remembered for films such as El pescador de coplas (1953), Esa voz es una mina (1955) and La hija de Juan Simón (1956). Father of an entire dynasty of actors and actresses (Angela, Paula, Miguel and Mónica Molina), he maintained his popularity for many years by touring with his own musical show.