Molina (surname)


Molina (surname)

Molina is a Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian surname. It can possibly refer to:

Contents: Top · 0–9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

A

  • Alfonso Quiñónez Molina (1874–1950), President of El Salvador twice 1918–1927
  • Alfred Molina (1953–), English actor
  • Alvaro de Molina (1957–), American banker, chief financial officer of Bank of America Corporation
  • Ángela Molina (1955–), Spanish actress
  • Antonio Muñoz Molina (1956–), Spanish writer and member of the Royal Spanish Academy
  • Antonio Sebastián de Toledo Molina y Salazar (1625–1710), viceroy of New Spain 1664–1673
  • Antonio Tejero Molina (1932–), a Spanish Lieutenant-Colonel who attempted a coup d'état
  • Arturo Armando Molina (1927–), President of El Salvador 1972–1977
  • Autumn Ciera Molina (1993-) American actress

B

  • Bengie Molina (1974–), Puerto Rican professional baseball player

D

E

F

  • Florencio Molina Campos (1891–1959), Argentine painter
  • Franklin Molina (born 1984), Venezuelan road cyclist
  • Fray Alonzo de Molina (dates unknown), author of a classic Nahuatl-Spanish Vocabulario

G

  • Gerardo Molina (1906–1991), Colombian writer, politician, and academic
  • Gloria Molina (contemporary), American politician, chairwoman of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors
  • Gustavo Molina (1982–), Venezuelan professional baseball player

H

  • Hector Garcia-Molina (contemporary), American engineering professor, member of the Board of Directors of Oracle Corporation
  • Hilda Molina (contemporary), Cuban neurosurgeon and dissident
  • Hugo Antonio Laviada Molina, a Mexican politician

I

  • Infanta Maria Francisca, Countess of Molina (1800–1834), Portuguese infanta daughter of King John VI of Portugal
  • Infante Carlos, Count of Molina (1788–1855), son of King Charles IV of Spain, Carlist pretender to the throne of Spain

J

L

  • Laura Molina (badminton) (contemporary), Spanish badminton player
  • Laura Molina (1957–), American artist
  • Luis Molina (1535–1600), Spanish Jesuit and professor

M

O

R

S

T

Y

  • Yadier Molina (1982–), Puerto Rican professional baseball player

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