At the age of 86 years died an American actress Lynn Cohen, known for his role as Housewives in the HBO series “Sex in the city”. On her death on 14 February said it Manager Josh Pulque, however, did not disclose the cause and circumstances. Stated on the website politeka.
The actress of the TV series sex and the city
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The popularity of Cohen brought the role of a housewife and nanny Magda’s character, Miranda Hobbes (played by Cynthia Nixon), best friends Carrie Bradshaw, played by Sarah Jessica Parker.
the scenes with the cast of sex and the city
Cohen appeared in 13 episodes between 2000 and 2004 and repeated his role in the 2008 film.
Besides, she starred in the famous TV series “Law and order”, appearing in the main series, as well as in the films “Law & order: criminal intent” and “Law & order: special victims section”.
In its filmography there are the Amazon Prime series “the Magnificent Mrs. Meisel” and “Munich” by Steven Spielberg, the second part of “the hunger games” and numerous short films.
Myself Cohen of Kansas city, Missouri, and was married twice. On her funeral the Manager said.
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