The 67-year-old actor, who plays Mr. Big on ‘Sex and the City’, defends his on-screen girlfriend-turned-wife amid her long-running feud with their former co-star.
AceShowbiz –Chris Noth makes it clear that he’s team Sarah Jessica Parker. The actor, who plays Mr. Big on “Sex and the City“, defended his on-screen lover amid her long-running feud with former co-star Kim Cattrall.
“I have to tell you, I have absolutely no idea what her thinking is, or her emotions,” Noth said of Kim in a Guardian interview. “I do know that I’m very close with SJ and [Kim’s] descriptions of her don’t even come close.”
The 67-year-old actor went on to say, “I liked her, I thought she was marvelous in the show and some people move on for their own reasons. I don’t know what hers were. I just wish that whole thing had never happened because it was sad and uncomfortable.”
Further defending the Carrie Bradshaw depicter, Chris shared, “I just don’t like to see anyone talking down about SJ because she’s a target and people can be nasty. I feel very protective of her and I was not happy about that. That’s all I’ll say about that.”
The relationship between Sarah and Kim, who refused to reprise her role as Samantha Jones in the show’s reboot series “And Just Like That..” and its third movie, went south after Kim announced the death of her brother Christopher on social media. When Sarah shared her condolences, it apparently didn’t sit well with Kim.
At the time, Sarah wrote, “Dearest Kim, my love and condolences to you and yours and Godspeed to your beloved brother. Xx.” In response to that, Kim said in an Instagram post, “stop exploiting our tragedy in order to restore your nice girl’ persona.” Kim also accused Sarah of fostering “mean girls” culture on the show in a New York Post article.
Sarah vehemently denied the accusations, saying in a 2018 interview with Vulture, “I’d just like to remind everybody that there is no catfight. I have never uttered an unkind, unsupportive, unfriendly word, so I would love to redefine it.”
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