Sarah Jessica Parker: Great support for her "sister" Cynthia
Even more support from the "Sex and the City" team: After Kristin Davis (53) and Kim Cattrall (61) has now finally Sarah Jessica Parker (53) to the candidacy of Cynthia Nixon (51) for the Am Governor of New York voiced. On Instagram, Parker announced that she fully supported her "SatC" colleague in her project.
Carrie Bradshaw's actress wrote on her channel about a portrait of Nixon: "A mother, an activist, an advocate, a fighter, a New Yorker, a good friend is in the running for the governorship of our great state, my sister in front and behind the screen, you have my love, my support and my voice. "
On March 19, Nixon had confirmed his intention to run for the office of Governor of New York. On Twitter she announced, "I love New York, and today I announce my candidacy as governor." The actress is best known for her role as attorney Miranda Hobbes, who has starred in six seasons of "Sex and the City."
The reactions of Davis and Cattrall
Former Sex and the City actress Kristin Davis, 53, had announced her support for Nixon via Twitter as the first of the "SatC" cast. "I'm so proud of Cynthia Nixon, nobody cares more about her than that EVERY person gets a fair chance and a good education, and I know she's an excellent governor!" Wrote Davis, who plays the role of the series Charlotte played.
Samantha actress Kim Cattrall responded on Twitter to a follower who wanted to know her opinion of Nixon's aspired career path: "I support and respect the right of every former colleague to make their own career decisions."