In a moving Instagram post, Parker said she will “miss everything about” her “Sex and the City” co-star.
The “Sex and the City” actor quietly addressed her friend and co-star’s death with a short note on Chris Noth’s Instagram tribute.
Cynthia Nixon, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, and many others from the hit HBO series mourned the death of the actor who played Stanford Blatch.
The actor was famous for playing Stanford Blatch on the hit HBO show.
The actor, who played Carrie's pal Stanford Blatch, said he found questions about his sexuality "offensive to gay people" during the run of the HBO series.
Parker's comment about her "Sex And The City" costar's bid for office sounded more like wait-and-see.
Costars Kristin Davis and Willie Garson weighed in on Nixon's jump from acting to politics.
*Reaches for popcorn*
When Elizabeth Banks isn't caked in Effie Trinket makeup or commentating at a capella tournaments, she's enduring a disastrous
"White Collar" returns Thurs., Oct. 17 at 9 p.m. ET on USA. Naturally, Neal and his original partner in crime, Mozzie (Willie
"White Collar" airs Tuesdays at 10 p.m. EST on USA. Are you excited for "White Collar's" return? Do you think James can be
HuffPost TV recently talked to Bomer on the set of NBC's "The New Normal," where he was filming a guest spot for next week's
"Vested Interest" -- In this mid-season finale, Peter (Tim DeKay) and Neal (Matt Bomer) attend an FBI conference where someone
Simon was skilled, charming, entertaining and particularly well-versed in sleight-of-hand. He wrote books deconstructing magic tricks for magicians and performed magic shows for the public.
Though fans can catch Garson on USA's “White Collar” these days, Garson says that he is still Stanford and probably always
On May 26th, the tour company created a special Midnight Madness event taking Sex and the City fans to over 40 locations throughout the city, where both the TV show and films were shot.
Willie Garson will soon be packing his bags and relocating to New York to film Sex and the City 2; this time, however, he
He tells E! News the boy will be from "Los Angeles County." "You know what, it should be difficult," he adds. "It's not like