Willie Garson, the beloved ‘Sex And The City’ actor, has died at the age of 57.

Willie Garson, who played Stanford Blatch, Carrie Bradshaw’s buddy on “Sex and the City” and its film sequels, died on Tuesday, according to his son. He was 57 years old.

“Papa, I adore you so much. Rest in Peace, and I’m grateful you were able to share all of your adventures with me and accomplish so much “Nathen Garson posted a message on Instagram. “I’m quite proud of you.”

“You were always the roughest, funniest, and smartest guy I’ve ever known,” his son added.
There was no word on how he died. Messages left with his reps for comment were not responded right away.

For six seasons, Garson played Blatch, a talent agent and Sarah Jessica Parker’s Carrie’s dedicated and sophisticated best male friend. He played the role again in the films “Sex and the City” and “Sex and the City 2,” and was currently filming a forthcoming HBO Max revival called “And Just Like That.”

Cynthia Nixon, who played Miranda Hobbes in the show, extended her condolences in a tweet.
“We all adored him and relished the opportunity to work with him. He was both on-screen and off-screen hilarious “She put pen to paper. “He was a beacon of hope, camaraderie, and showbiz lore. He was always a consummate professional.”

“I couldn’t have had a more fantastic TV partner,” Mario Cantone, who portrayed Garson’s husband in “Sex and the City,” said on Twitter. “I’m heartbroken and overwhelmed with despair.”

“You were a gift from the gods,” he added.
“He was a member of our family for for 25 years and was a member of the HBO pantheon,” an HBO Facebook statement stated. “We are extremely saddened to learn of his demise and express our heartfelt sympathies to his family and loved ones.”

Garson, who was born William Garson Paszamant in Highland Park, New Jersey, began studying acting at the Actors Institute in New York at the age of 13 and went on to make hundreds of television and film appearances.
In addition to “Sex and the City,” he was best known as Mozzie, a con guy on the TV drama “White Collar,” and had recurrent parts on “NYPD Blue,” “Hawaii Five-0,” and “Supergirl.”

Garson, a supporter of adoption agencies, adopted his son Nathen in 2009 and commemorated the occasion in a January Instagram post that read: “Best day of my life. Always.”

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