|Full name||Cynthia Ellen Nixon|
|Know as||Cynthia Nixon, Nixon, Cynthia|
|Birth place||New York City, New York, United States|
|Age||51 years, 8 month, 3 days|
|Work||Awards for Cynthia Nixon|
|Height||5' 7" (1.7 m)|
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Cynthia Ellen Nixon Biography:
Cynthia Nixon was born on April 9, 1966, in Nyc. She played Miranda Hobbes in the HBO show Sex and the City for which she won an Emmy in 2004. She’s two kids.
Emmy and Tony-winning performer Cynthia Nixon was born April 9, 1966, in Ny, Ny. A versatile performer, she started her career on the Ny stage as a teen. The exact same year, Nixon appeared as a hippie kid in the movie Little Darlings with Tatum O’Neal.
During the the next couple of years, Cynthia Nixon played a variety of characters on stage, television, and movie. She appeared in a number of television after school specials along with juggled parts in two Broadway plays — Tom Stoppard’s The Real Thing and David Rabe’s Hurlyburly — at the exact same time in 1984 and 1985.
Somehow Nixon also made time to picture a modest part in Amadeus (1984). In the 1990s, Cynthia Nixon kept up her hectic work schedule. She made television and movie appearances and performed in a number of productions, scoring her first Tony Award nomination in 1995 for her work in Indiscretions.
In 1997, Nixon auditioned for what would prove to be the largest job of her career up to now. She won the part of Miranda Hobbes in a brand new HBO comedy series Sex and the City according to a newspaper column by Candace Bushnell. The show followed the lives and amorous misadventures of Bradshaw, Hobbes, art dealer Charlotte York (Kristin Davis) and public relations specialist and maneater Samantha Jones (Kim Catrall).
Filled with sharp dialogue, real characters and intriguing ways, Sex and the City became a tremendous success. Cynthia Nixon played Miranda as a clever, sarcastic and successful girl, who had been also awful, defensive and slightly neurotic sometimes, including a layer of susceptibility to the character. Throughout the span of the show, her character goes through a transformation, dampened somewhat by her experiences as a mom and after a wife.
Critics praised Nixon’s interpretation of the renowned first lady and humanitarian.
In 2006, she won her first Tony Award for her performance as a grief stricken mother in the play Rabbit Hole.
Nixon has two kids from her long term relationship with English professor Danny Mozes. The couple split in 2003. Ever since then, she’s dated instruction activist Christine Marinoni.
Nixon disclosed April 15, 2008, that she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006, but determined to keep her treatment secret. “I did not actually need to make it public while I was going through it,” she said on Good Morning America. “I did not need paparazzi at the hospital, that sort of thing.”
She scheduled her operation on a Sunday to avoid missing a performance and after that got six along with a half weeks of radiation.
Nixon had first-hand experience with cancer as a youngster. Her mom, Ann, fought the disease twice, said Nixon. “As the daughter of a breast cancer survivor, understanding my private threat made me more conscious and much more empowered when I faced my very own investigation,” she said in a statement. She also appears in 2010’s Sex and the City 2.