Chris Noth, who played Mr. Big on Sex and the City and the revival And Just Like That…, was accused of sexual assault by multiple women in December
Chris Noth's tumultuous relationship with ex Beverly Johnson in the '90s is back in the headlines amid his sexual assault allegations.
Chris Noth has been fired from "The Equalizer." The actor's longtime "Sex and the City" costars say they are "deeply saddened" over assault allegations.
When asked about the Chris Noth allegations, Bridget Moynahan said "it would be inappropriate" to comment on things she has no "knowledge of."
"He was drunk on set," the actress says of working with Noth on "Law & Order: Criminal Intent." "He had a 22 oz. of beer under the table that he would drink in between takes. In one take he got close to me, sniffed my neck, and whispered, 'You smell good.'"
The 67-year-old actor best known for playing Mr. Big on "Sex and the City" and its spin-off "And Just Like That..." denies the past allegations, which the women claim occurred in 2004 and 2015.
The viral clip is a response to the events on the first episode of HBO Max's "Sex and the City" reboot.
"We would never disrespect Samantha," Davis, who plays Charlotte, said of former franchise co-star Kim Cattrall's character.
The real-life Big addresses the "sad and uncomfortable" situation with his "Sex and the City" co-starts.
Sarah Jessica Parker is not yet ready to publicly address the death of Willie Garson.
The actor said the upcoming revival of 'Sex And The City' characters will address the health crisis that's affected their beloved city.
Salma Hayek and Will Smith are showing off their gray roots as stars prioritize their health over trips to the hairdresser.
The actor best known for playing Big named his newborn after poet John Keats — who got a shoutout in Carrie Bradshaw's copy of "Love Letters of Great Men."
Here's a sobering statistic: At any given moment, some 84,000 people are missing in the United States. Grim stat No. 2, as related in the new trailer for WGN America's upcoming drama series Gone: 36 hours after a victim is taken, their chances of being found alive is less than 10 percent. Enter Chris Noth and company. Take a look above at the new footage of WGNA's 12-episode limited series. The Tribune-owned cable net today set its premiere for 9 p.m. Wednesday, February…
The actor defended his character in an Instagram tribute to former President Barack Obama.