Actor Willie Garson, known for his role as Stanford Blatch in the Sex and The City series, known in Spain as sex in New York, has died at 57 years old.
His son, Nathen Garson, confirmed death in his Instagram: "I love you a lot of dad. Rest in peace, I'm proud that you shared all your adventures with me and everything you got. (...) You were always the person Stronger, fun and intelligent I've ever met, "he said.
The HBO platform also devoted a few words to the actor, which shortly before the death was working on the shooting of the series and just like that ..., which will serve as a prequel to the popular Sex and The City.
Between 1998 and 2004, Garson was part of the distribution of the popular series during its six seasons, along with Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis and Kim Cattall.
"Willie Garson was in life, like on the screen, a devoted friend and a bright light for all. (...) created one of HBO's most beloved characters and was a member of our family for almost twenty-five years. Finding out of his death, "said the HBO channel in a statement.
The producer of sex in New York, Michael Patrick King added: "His spirit and dedication to his office were present every day in the shooting of and just like that .... he was there, giving us everything even when he was sick."
The exact cause of the death is unknown, although Garson received cancer treatment in recent years.
Garson also worked on White Necklace, NYPD Blue, and Hawaii 5.0. But his star paper was sex in New York, a production that triumphed between the public and criticism: It took three golden balloons and an Emmy to the best series of Comedy or musical, and became a world star to Sarah Jessica Parker, friend of Garson in real life.Updated Date: 22 September 2021, 07:21