Lynn Cohen, the veteran Broadway actress also known to millions for her role as Magda on the HBO series “Sex and the City” and its subsequent movies, died Friday, her representative told TheWrap. She was 86.Born in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1933, Cohen had a wide-ranging career with dozens of credits in film and television and the stage. Among her most well known roles, she portrayed Golda Meir in Steven Spielberg’s “Munich,” Mags in “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” and also appeared in the films “Across the Universe,” “Eagle Eye,” the 2014 comedy “They Came Together,” and Charlie Kauffman’s “Synecdoche, New York,” among many others.Her numerous television credits include appearances on “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Nurse Jackie,” “God Friended Me,” “Master of None,” Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “The Affair” and “Chicago Med.”Also Read: Kevin Conway, 'Gettysburg' and 'Thirteen Days' Actor, Dies at 77On Broadway, she appeared in a 1989 revival of “Orpheus Descending” and 1997’s”Ivanov,” and was an integral part of New York’s theater community. During her career she was honored with Lucille Lortel and Drama League Award nominations, and received the New Dramatists’ Bowden Award, Fox Fellow, Lilly Award and the Richard Seff Award from Actor’s Equity Association.She also performed as a voice actor, most notably in the hit video game “Red Dead Redemption.”Read original story Lynn Cohen, ‘Sex and the City’ Actress and Veteran Broadway Performer, Dies at 86 At TheWrap
The Sex And The City actress is mother to Gemma, seven, whom she adopted in 2011, as well as a son she adopted in 2018.
The actress recreated the iconic 'Sex and the City' opening credits for a charity campaign.
It looks like the third Sex and the City movie will never see the light of day, but while some cast-members are gutted about that, others... perhaps not so much.
Last night, famed accessories designer Kate Spade sadly passed away in an apparent suicide.In response to the heartbreaking news, the fashion world took to social media to share fond memories of the icon and to give condolences to her family at this tragic time.The overwhelming love for the 55-year-old hints at the lasting influence Kate has had on the industry thanks to her now-legendary handbags.After co-founding her company with husband, Andy Spade, she opened her first store back in 1994 and now, there are over 140 stores in the US alone and a further 175 on an international scale.And despite selling her namesake company more than a decade ago, famous faces and royals alike have continued to embrace the brand.Back in 1998, the Olsen’s posed for a now-famous red carpet photocall in co-ordinating outfits with twinning Kate Spade handbags in tow.Before the US label made pop culture history in the year 2000, when ‘Sex and the City”s Charlotte joked that she couldn’t fit tampons into her Kate Spade clutch.From a ‘Gossip Girl’ cameo to the Duchess of Cambridge’s Buckingham Palace-approved wardrobe, these are the most memorable Kate Spade fashion moments of all time.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Celebrities, fans and the fashion world pay tribute to Kate SpadeAll the celebrity fashion from the Ocean’s 8 premiere red carpetKim Kardashian, Gigi Hadid and the best dressed celebrities at the CFDA Awards
The actress went all out for Dolce & Gabbana's Alta Giorella Exhibition at the New York Public Library on Friday night.
Such was his iconic status, Hugh Hefner, the founder of Playboy who has died at the age of 91, was in considerable demand for TV and the movies.