2. CYNTHIA NIXON, ‘SEX AND THE CITY’
Miranda Hobbes was a man eater. Don’t get me wrong- she was never a Samantha but she still managed to keep her onscreen hubby Steve very happy. 33 more words
Something devilishly delightful is taking place at the Walter Kerr Theatre. A Gentlemen’s Guide to Love and Murder is a saucy musical comedy about Monty Navarro (Bryce Pinkham), a commoner in Edwardian England who decides to avenge his mother’s disinheritance from the well-to-do D’Ysquith family. 731 more words
ABC Cynthia Nixon is getting schooled on sexuality in the city.
In an interview printed in Sunday’s New York Times Magazine, the actress said that, for her, homosexuality “is a choice.” 525 more words
In 1998, the idea of four single gals out on the town talking about men the way men talked about them seemed scandalous, even for HBO. 268 more words
CYNTHIA NIXON & CHRISTINE MARINONI TIE THE KNOT
Sex And The City actress Cynthia Nixon has married her long-term lover Christine Marinoni in New York City.
The actress, 46, had been engaged to the education activist Marinoni, 45, for three years and tied the knot in New York City yesterday. 204 more words