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Willie Garson, ‘Sex and the City’ Actor, Dies at Age of 57

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Willie Garson, the actor certainly known for his roles as Stanford Blatch in Sex and the City and as Mozzie on White Collar, dies at age of 57. The death’s origin is still unknown. Nathen Garson, Garson’s son, posted a heartfelt goodbye to his dad on Social Media on Tuesday.

“Do understand how much I love you, Papa. Thank you for sharing all of your travels with me, and may you rest in peace. I’m proud of you for all that you accomplished during your lifetime “Nathen penned a piece for The Rumpus. “I’m very pleased with you. I’ll always be here for you. But I believe it’s time for you to embark on a new journey of your own. I’ll always have you at my side. Thank you for everything, and I’m pleased you can rest easy now. I care about you more than you can ever know. When it came to a person’s combination of toughness, levity, and intellect, you were unmatched. I’m pleased you told me about your feelings for me. It’s something I’ll never forget or let go of.”


Willie Garson Life before Death

Garson was born in 1964 in Highland Park, New Jersey, the son of a lawyer and a singer/songwriter. His first starring roles were guest appearances on shows including Family Ties, Cheers, and The New Gidget. During the course of his acting career, he was cast in more challenging roles. Including Carl in a seven-part arc on Mr. Belvedere.

He also portrayed three distinct roles in Scott Bacula’s Quantum Leap. Featuring JFK killer Lee Harvey Oswald and he performed in well-known series including L.A. Law and Mad About You.

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As Carrie Bradshaw’s homosexual bestie Stanford Blatch. He appeared in the Sex and the City movie and the spin-off program And Just Like That. It will air on HBO Max in the near future. Moreover, William Garson was a dedicated companion and inspiration for everybody in his world. In real life and on film, an HBO/HBO Max spokesman told Entertainment Weekly.


He was a valued member of the HBO team and the creator of one of the most well-known characters in the network’s canon. We were shocked and disappointed to hear of his loss. And our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends in this difficult time.”

Garson revealed to PEOPLE TV in 2008 that he adopted Nathen, then seven years old “Love is love, no doubt about it. Look, I’m a narcissistic entitled, pampered actor who lived until the day she met Nathan with all her attention on myself. After that, it wasn’t, and things became smoother.”


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