Willie Garson, best known for his role as Stanford Blach in “Sex and the City,” has died, his family confirmed with Variety on Tuesday.
Garson was 57 years old. The cause of death was not immediately disclosed.
His son Nathan Garson paid tribute to his father on Instagram: “I am so glad you shared all your adventures with me and so much more. I’m proud of you. I will always love you, but I think it’s time to go on your own adventure. ”
Willie Garson recently watched the scene with HBO’s upcoming “Sex and the City” spinoff, and “Just Like That …” series star Sarah Jessica Parker.
Michael Patrick, the show’s executive producer, told King Variety that Garson Was ill At the time of filming but he was going through “all of us” regardless. “In this sad, dark moment we find solace in the memory of his joy and light,” he said.
In a recent interview, Garson described how excited he was to return to the role of Stanford, who played a gay talent agent and close character Carrie Bradshaw as a close friend.
“It didn’t hit me until I was in the wardrobe yesterday, and it was literally like putting my foot in the shoes again. It was insane, ”he told our weekly.
Actor Mario Canton, who became the husband of her enemy in the series and her next two films, mourned her death on Twitter, calling her a “bright TV partner” and a “gift of the gods.”
Garson has starred in dozens of other projects, including USA Network’s “White Collar”, “Hawaii Five-0” reboot, and Netflix’s animated hit “Big Mouth.” Throughout his career, he appeared in more than 300 television episodes,
After adopting her son in 2009, she became an outspoken lawyer in the adoption and foster care community. He serves on the board of Second Nurture, an organization that encourages more people to nurture and adopt. She has twice served as spokesperson for National Adoption Day.
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