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Actor Willie Garson Dead at 57

Willie Garson, a prolific character actor best known for his role as Stanford Blatch in the Sex and the City franchise, has passed away at the age of 57. The news was first broken in a tweet by actor Rob Morrow, and has since been confirmed by Garson's family (via TVLine). The cause of death is currently unknown at this time, although TMZ reports that the actor had been battling cancer. Garson's career spanned four decades, and also included memorable roles as Mozzie in White Collar, Ralph in Little Manhattan, Martin Lloyd in Stargate SG-1, and Gerald Hirsch on Hawaii Five-0.
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Cynthia Nixon, Kim Cattrall, Mario Cantone and More Pay Tribute to Willie Garson: ‘You Were a Gift From the Gods’

After news broke on Tuesday that Willie Garson had died, stars took to social media to pay tribute to the actor who won audiences over as Stanford Blatch in “Sex and the City” and Theodore “Mozzie” Winters in “White Collar,” among other roles. Garson’s career began in the ’80s, when he played small roles in shows like “Cheers” and appeared in the Ted Bundy TV movie “The Deliberate Stranger.” His profile rose in 1996 when he took on the recurring role of Henry Coffield in “NYPD Blue,” then “Sex and the City” made him a household name in 1998. His character...
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‘The Shield’s Michael Jace Was Sentenced to 40 Years after He Left His 2 Kids Motherless in 2014 - Inside the Tragedy

American actor Michael Jace is currently serving a 40 years jail term after he brutally shot his wife in the presence of their two kids. Inside the events of that tragic day. Michael Jace is remembered today for various reasons. He was a familiar face on the crime drama television series "The Shield," where he played Julien Lowe. Michael appeared in 89 episodes, and in the movie, he acted as a rookie officer who rose through the ranks and became a detective.
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R.I.P. Willie Garson

“Sex and the City” and “White Collar” actor Willie Garson has died at the age of 57 following a battle with cancer. Garson is survived by his son Nathen Garson. The fan-favorite actor worked in TV for decades, guest-starring across dozens of series and serving as a regular on both those shows. Garson was shooting the currently in production “Sex and the City” revival series “And Just Like That…” in New York City before he passed.
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The Devastating Death Of Willie Garson

As reported by TMZ on September 21, 2021, actor Willie Garson has died at the age of 57. According to the website, Titus Welliver of "Bosch" fame was the one to break the news through a heartfelt tribute to his friend, writing, "There are no words. I love you dear brother. We are fewer," accompanied by a photo of Garson. Reports suggest that he'd been diagnosed with an unspecified illness just before his untimely death, though no specifics have come to light.
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