The rest of the ‘Sex and the City’ cast paid tribute to Garson, who played Stanford Blatch on the HBO series, earlier this week
Sarah Jessica Parker has broken her silence about the death of her “Sex and the City” co-star Willie Garson, who died of pancreatic cancer on Tuesday.
The 56-year-old actress shared a tribute to Gerson on her Instagram page on Friday. Parker wrote a lengthy caption, along with 10 photos of the two filming the iconic HBO series in which they played Stanford Blatch.
“It has become unbearable,” Parker wrote. “Sometimes silence is a statement. Of gravity. Anguish. The horrors of the loss of a 30+ year friendship. A genuine friendship that allows for mystery, adventure, a shared professional family, truth, concerts, road trips, meals , late night phone calls, a mutual devotion to parenthood and all the accompanying heartache and joy, victories, disappointments, fears, anger and years spent on set (especially Carrie’s apartment) and late night laughs Happened to Stanford and as both Carrie and Willie and SJ.”
Willie Garson, ‘Sex and the City’ star, dead at 57
“Willie. I’ll miss everything about you,” she continued. “And relive our last moments together. I will re-read every lesson of your last days and pen down our last calls. Your absence is a pit I will fill with these memories and the blessings of all those who still leave.” I’m on the surface.”
“These were his last words to me,” she continued: “‘Fantastic bangles all around.’ Yes. Godspeed: Willie Garson.”
The rest of the cast of “Sex and the City” paid tribute to the actor earlier this week.
The “White Collar” star was known for his quirky character “Mozzie” and appeared in several titles during his career in Hollywood, including “Hawaii Five-0,” “Quantum Leap,” “Girl Meets World,” “Mr. Belvedere, “”Just Shoot Me!”, “Big Mouth,” “Supergirl” and many others.
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Garson had about 170 acting credits in his jacket and was a force to be reckoned with in various supporting roles. His most recent projects included the “Sex and the City” reboot, “And Just Like That”.
“Willie Garson was a devoted friend in life, on screen, a devoted friend and a bright light to everyone in his universe,” a spokesperson for HBO/HBO Max said in a statement to Granthshala News.
“He created one of the most beloved characters in the HBO pantheon and has been a member of our family for nearly twenty-five years. We are deeply saddened by the news of his passing and we extend our deepest condolences to his family and loved ones. “
Granthshala News’ Julius Young contributed to this report.