The series starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon marked a before and after in television history. Like ‘Friends’, ‘Sex and the City’ continues to be one of those fictions worth checking out. We don’t get tired of it. And a good excuse to see it again is to remember the number of actors and actresses, many of them big Hollywood stars, who collaborated with a small appearance. From Bradley Cooper or Matthew McConaughey to Lucy Liu, through (yes, this is real) Donald Trump himself.
It was 1999 when Bradley made his debut as an actor on television. And he did it in the first chapter of the second season of the series, where he played Jake, an arrogant young man who drives Carrie crazy when he messes with her cover for New York Magazine. He was already pointing out ways!
He played himself in the third season episode in which Carrie travels to Hollywood after receiving an offer to take her columns to the movies.
Sarah Michelle Gellar
In the movie mecca he also meets Debbie, an executive played by the ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ star.
In season six, Carrie meets Jeremy, an old friend from school … who now lives in a mental health institution.
Jon Bon Jovi
The singer got into the shoes of Seth, a photographer and patient of the same therapist that Carrie goes to and with whom the protagonist begins a flirtation in the waiting room. Things are spoiled when he confesses that he loses interest in women after sleeping with them.
In the second round of the series, the former President of the United States played himself in a sequence in which a septuagenarian friend tried to seduce Samantha (Kim Cattrall).