Willie Garson, the actor of the show “Sex and the City” died at the age of 57. It was reported by Variety on September 21.
“The ‘Sex and the City’ family has lost one of their own. Our wonderful Willie Garson. His spirit and dedication was present every day during filming. <...> He was there, giving us everything, even when he was sick, “- quotes the publication the words of the executive producer of the series Michael Patrick King.
The cause of the actor’s death was not disclosed, but it is known that he had been battling cancer for a long time.
“I couldn’t have had a more brilliant partner in television. I’m devastated and just overwhelmed with sadness. Soon to be taken away from all of us. You were a gift from the gods. Rest easy, my sweet friend. I love you,” Garson’s partner in photography Mario Cantone wrote on his Twitter page.
Willie Garson was born in 1964 in New Jersey.
The actor’s popularity came from his roles as Stanford Blatch in Sex and the City and Steve Cera in the TV series Friends.