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Hunger Games : Lynn Cohen, who played Mags is dead, several stars, pays tribute to her
In Hunger Games : The kindling, the second part of the saga, Lynn Cohen embodied Mags. But you also know for playing Magda in the series and in the films Sex and the City. This Friday 14 February 2020, the actress, is dead at 86 years old. Several actors and actresses who have shot with it have then made a final tribute on the social networks.
Mags from Hunger Games died
While a prequel of the franchise Hunger Games is preparing, with the president Snow for heroes, an actress who has played in one of the opus of the saga is dead this Friday 14 February 2020. This is Lynn Cohen, died at the age of 86 years. She played Mags in Hunger Games : The kindling, the second part released at the cinema.
In the film, the character played by Lynn Cohen has won the Hunger Games in her youth. Mags is a native of district 4 and has been the mentor of Finnick (Sam Claflin). This is also to save the woman of this one, Annie Cresta (Stef Dawson), she volunteered to replace her. And if it does not appear in the other panes of the franchise, this is because in the film, Mags sacrifices herself in the arena so that Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence), Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson) and Finnick Odair can escape the fog chemical.
The more “old” are also familiar with the actress for her role of Magda in Sex and the City (in the series and in both films), aka the woman of the household and friend of Miranda’s (Cynthia Nixon). But you have also appeared in several other TV series like
The Affair, Damages, Nurse Jackie , or even New York, police judiciaire. Several stars pay homage
On social networks, many internet users have paid homage to Lynn Cohen. Among them, the anonymous, but also celebrities who have shot with it, as well in
Hunger Games : The kindling in Sex and the City. The actors and actresses Sam Claflin, Stef Dawson, Cynthia Nixon, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall or Kristin Davis have written a last word to his intention.
Sam Claflin has said that he
“would take him everywhere with him, for always”, while Stef Dawson has pointed to his “beautiful soul in front of the camera and off camera”.
On the side of the cast of Sex and the City, the four heroines were given to him to send the fine statements. Cynthia Nixon (Miranda) was seen as
“a committed citizen, a true friend and a great actress”, Sarah Jessica Parker (Carrie) confessed that the words “talent, grace, and inspiration,” represented it well, Kim Cattrall (Samantha) has cited a passage from Hamlet of Shakespeare, and Kristin Davis (Charlotte) said that she was “a loving person, and smart”.