Willie Garson, best known for his role in the series Sex and the City and the films of the same name, died at the age of 57, Nathen Garson, her son, announced on Instagram on Tuesday (September 21). “I love you so much, daddy. Rest in peace and I am happy to have shared all your adventures and to have accomplished so much by your side », did he declare. The cause of the death of the actor has not been revealed, for the time being.
In Sex and the City, Willie Garson played Stanford Blatch, a talented agent and Carrie’s best friend, during the six seasons of the series. He also played this role in the film adaptations of the series, Sex and the City and Sex and the City 2. Cynthia Nixon, who played Miranda Hobbes on the show, paid tribute to him on Twitter, describing him as “A source of light”, “As funny on the screen as he was in life”.
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“Willie Garson was, in life and on screen, a devoted friend and a light to everyone in his world. He created one of the most beloved characters in the HBO Hall of Fame and was a member of our family for almost twenty-five years, ” reacted the American television channel HBO on Facebook.
Born in Highland Park, New Jersey, William Garson Paszamant started acting at the age of 13 at the Actors Institute in New York. He has more than a hundred appearances on television and in the cinema.