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Willie Garson (born February 28, 1963) is an American actor. He has appeared in over 50 movies, usually playing minor roles. He is best known for playing Stanford Blatch on the HBO series Sex and the City.

Garson was born Willie Garson Paszamant in Highland Park, New Jerseymarker, and received a theater degree from Wesleyan Universitymarker and also attended Yale Drama School.

Television

Garson had a recurring role as Henry Coffield on NYPD Blue. His other TV appearances include Mr. Belvedere, Quantum Leap, Monk, Boy Meets World, Ally McBeal, Party of Five, Star Trek: Voyager, Friends, The X-Files, Yes, Dear, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Pushing Daisies, Stargate SG-1, Wizards of Waverly Place and Mental. He co-stars in the 2007 HBO series John from Cincinnati. He also makes a cameo in the end credits of Jackass Number Two, with the full context of the cameo being explained in Jackass 2.5. He portrays Mozzie in the USA TV series White Collar.

Film

Garson has also appeared in three movies from the Farrelly brothersKingpin, There's Something About Mary, and Fever Pitch. His other film credits include Groundhog Day, Just Like Heaven, The Rock, Being John Malkovich, Freaky Friday and Labor Pains.

Personal life

People Magazine announced that Willie Garson was in the process of adopting an 8 year old boy called Nathan and that they had been living together since February 2009.

In the same interview, Willie said the following about the adoption system in AmericaWith his heart set on a toddler, Garson, 45, was taken by surprise upon meeting Nathan during an adoption fair in Los Angeles.

"It's like a pet fair – as horrifying as you can imagine," he recalls. "It was really hard. The 16-year-old fat, ugly kid, who has probably been to 30 of these, knows he's not going to get adopted. Like everything, cute wins."

To that end, Garson was shocked that his son was still in the system. "I couldn't believe my kid was actually available for adoption," says the doting dad. "He's so cute and sweet."

References

  1. Willie Garson Biography (1964-)
  2. http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20296854,00.html
  3. http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20296854,00.html


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