“Sex and the City” Stars: Where Are They Now?
It’s been nearly twenty years since the glamorous quartet – Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha – first graced our television screens back in 1998. As they ruled the streets of Manhattan, these four women unveiled an iconic series about navigating their lives, careers and relationships, while gossiping, shopping and attending the most lavish events. Along with two follow-up Sex and the City feature films, these stars continue to flourish in their careers, and show no signs of winding down. In the December issue of our magazine, Real Style had a chance to catch up with Sarah Jessica Parker, triggering nostalgia of the beloved series. Following the finale of Sex and the City, the four women are still acting, while also pursuing a number of personal endeavors.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Parker, who starred as the fashionista Carrie Bradshaw, earned global recognition and popularity for her role. She won four Golden Globe awards, among other honors, while also continuing her work as an actress in films such as “The Family Stone” (2005), “Did You Hear About the Morgans?” (2009) and “New Year’s Eve” (2011). Aside from her acting career, she has launched her own brand of perfume, and is now championing the SJP Collection of footwear available at Nordstrom. Read our interview with SJP in our December issue of Real Style.
Cattrall, who played the promiscuous femme fatale Samantha Jones, also won a Golden Globe for her role in the series. She has continued her career on the big screen, in movies like “Ice Princess” (2005), “Meet Monica Velour” (2010), “The Ghost Writer” (2010) and “Producing Parker” (2011). Additionally, after concluding her part in the television series “Sensitive Skin” last year, and has joined the cast of the Swedish crime series “Modus”.
Davis, known for her role as the hopeless romantic Charlotte York, is now immersed in a number of humanitarian causes, after appearing on Broadway and working on a few movies. Since appearing in “Sex and the City”, she has had other notable screen roles such as “Couples Retreat” (2009), “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island” (2012), “Bad Teacher” (2014) and “A Heavenly Christmas” (2016). She made her Broadway debut in 2014, playing Natascha McElhone in the film adaptation of “Fatal Attraction”.
Nixon, also synonymous with her role as the sophisticated lawyer Miranda Hobbes, won an Emmy Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. She has since been awarded a Tony for the 2006 Broadway production of “Rabbit Hole”, a Grammy for Best Spoken Word Album in “An Inconvenient Truth” and another Emmy for her guest appearance on “Law & Order: SVU”. She has also been featured in “Tanner on Tanner” (2004), “Little Manhattan” (2005), “Hannibal” (2014) and “The Only Living Boy in New York” (2017).
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