Cynthia Nixon is an Emmy, Tony and Grammy award-winner who has been acting professionally for forty years. A lifelong New Yorker, she has been a longtime activist for better funding for public schools, abortion rights and LGBTQ equality. Read More >
In 2018, Cynthia ran for Governor of New York State, placing issues of racial, economic and gender inequality front and center. Cynthia made her film debut at age 12 in Little Darlings, and her Broadway debut at age 14 in The Philadelphia Story for which she won a Theatre World Award.
She is best known for the Sex and the City series and movies but has also appeared in over 40 plays, a dozen of them on Broadway. She has appeared in movies as diverse as Little Darlings, Amadeus, and A Quiet Passion (in which she played poet Emily Dickinson). She is currently in production on Ryan Murphy’s Netflix series Ratched. Nixon lives in New York City, with her wife Christine Marinoni. They have three children: Sam, Charlie and Max. Read Less ^