Sarah Jessica Parker, who is widely known for her role as Carry Bradshaw in HBO Max’s ‘Sex And The City’ (1998-2004) series, as well as its movies in 2008 and 2010 respectively, turned 57 years old today, March 25. She has achieved two Emmy Awards, four Golden Globe Awards and three Screen Actors Guild Awards for her mesmerizing performance in the series.
Born in Nelsonville, Ohio, Sarah begun her career, acting in Broadway Theatre at a very little age of eleven in 1976 with ‘The Innocents’. After that she portrayed the titular role in one of the Broadway musical ‘Annie’ in 1979 and caught everyone’s attention in the entertainment world.
Apart from ‘Sex And The City’, Parker has given several remarkable movies such as ‘Girl Just Want To Have Fun’ (1985), ‘L.A. Story’ (1991), ‘Honeymoon In Vegas’ (1992), ‘Hocus Pocus’ (1994), ‘New Year’s Eve’ (2011), among others.
In 2012, Sarah retuned to TV to portray the role of Isabelle Wright in Fox Channel’s ‘Glee’ and later starred as Frances Dufresne in another HBO series ‘Divorce’ (2016-2019), for which she got nominated for Golden Globe Award.
Currently, the actress is busy filming the second season of ‘And Just Like That’, which is a renewal of ‘Sex And The City’, streaming on HBO Max.