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Sarah Jessica Parker: children, personal life, photo, biography



Sarah Jessica Parker celebrated her 54th birthday in the spring of 2019. According to IMDb, in the filmography of the performer 63 works. She was awarded 29 professional prizes, including four "Golden globes" and two Prime-time "Emmy". Most of the prizes Sarah received for her work in the popular TV show "Sex and the city". We will tell you more about the life of the performer.

Sarah Jessica Parker: children, personal life, photo, biography

Sarah Jessica Parker: biography of the actress

Sarah Jessica Parker (Sarah Jessica Parker) from a large family. Sarah Barbara's mother had four children when she divorced Stephen Parker — the father of the future star. Barbara married Paul Forst — the father of four children. 

Thus, Sarah was one of eight children in a large family. Of course, Barbara and Paul were always short of money. So sometimes parents could not organize children's birthdays or Christmas. The family was regularly cut off electricity for debts. At the same time Sarah considers her childhood happy.

Despite the financial difficulties, the mother tried to instill in children a taste for art. Sarah Jessica Parker in his youth performed in theatrical productions. After graduating from high school, she studied acting. At the age of 17 she worked in the TV series CBS "Square pegs". Show is popular is not, but Sarah noticed the producers and critics.

Sarah Jessica Parker: children, personal life, photo, biography

In the 1980s, the singer starred in popular films "Free"(1984), "Girls want to have fun" (1985), as well as "Flight Navigator" (1986), which became an important stage in her professional development. 

Already in the 1990s, Parker was invited to work in serious projects with star actors. Her partners were such actors as Nicolas cage and James Caan, Bette Midler and Bruce Willis, Jack Nicholson, Glen close and pierce Brosnan.

In 1998, the actress was invited to play in an important television series in her career, "Sex and the city." Sarah put Carrie on the screen.

The role made her not only popular, but also one of the highest paid performers. In 1998, Sarah earned $325 thousand per episode, and 10 years later for work in the full-screen film "Sex and the city" her fee was $15 million In 2012, the magazine "Forbes" placed the actress on the 7th place in the list of the highest paid performers.

According to IMDb, "sex and the city" won 40 prizes, including eight Golden globes. All the prestigious awards in the Parker collection are also for work in this TV project. 

Interestingly, throughout her career, Sarah avoided roles with sexual overtones. In 1990, she abandoned the role of Vivian in the film "Beauty", which became a cult and made a star Julia Roberts. In her filmography there are no pictures in which Sarah was shot naked, and in 2007 she became the most non-sexual of women according to Maxim magazine.

Sarah Jessica Parker: children, personal life, photo, biography

In the beginning of the movie with Sarah Jessica Parker a success. The singer worked in such popular Comedy films as "Hello family!"(2005), which earned her a Golden globe nomination, and "Love and other troubles" (2006). 

Later there were works that brought Sarah nomination for the anti-prize "Golden raspberry". The first time — for work "Spouse Morgan in the run" (2009). A year later, the singer shared the "Golden raspberry" with colleagues on the tape "Sex and the city 2" (2010).

As a guest star, Parker starred in the popular TV series "Choir" (2011). Since 2016, Parker has been working on the show "Divorce", which serves as an Executive producer and plays a major role.

The series received positive feedback from the audience and brought Sarah a nomination for the "Golden globe". Critics wrote that Sarah's character is not a reboot of Carrie Bradshaw, although it does not force the performer to go beyond the usual image. 

Sarah Jessica Parker, whose height of 160 cm is far from model standards, in addition to television and cinema, is actively working in the fashion industry. She was the face of several fashion brands, and since 2005 creates its own perfume, with 2007 clothing line, with 2014 — shoes, and from 2018 produces a collection of wedding dresses for modern brides.

Sarah Jessica Parker: children, personal life, photo, biography

Sarah Jessica Parker: children, personal life

Sarah Jessica Parker, photo in Instagram which is regularly looked through 5.5 million subscribers to her, unnoticed in the loud scandals connected with private life. 

It is known that in 19 years she was in a long relationship. The chosen actress was Robert Downey Jr. Together they stayed about seven years.

Robert and Sarah took their first steps in acting career. The couple broke up because of problems with alcohol and drugs in Robert in 1991. Sarah claimed she was the only person who tried to contain Downey. Robert said in later interviews that if it had not been for Sarah, he would have committed suicide in the 1980s. After parting the actor for a decade trying to cope with addiction.

In 1991, the actress drew the attention of John F. Kennedy Jr. After one of the performances he gave her a bouquet of roses and asked me out. After a while the young man disappeared without explanation. There were rumors that Jacqueline Kennedy did not approve of her son's relationship with the actress.

In 1992, during the filming of "Honeymoon in Vegas" Sarah had an affair with Nicolas cage. Four years later, another partner in the filming of "Mars attacks" fell into the love network of Sarah. There was talk of her affair with Michael J. Fox. However, the relationship did not last a year.

Sarah met with musician Joshua Cadison, who after the breakup wrote a song "Jesse", dedicated to the actress.

Parker married in 1997. Her husband was Matthew Broderick. The couple married twice. One ceremony was conducted by sister Broderick, who was a priest of the Episcopal Church, and the second was held according to Jewish customs in the synagogue of the Lower East side.

Sarah Jessica Parker: children, personal life, photo, biography

Parker told me that the feelings between her and Matthew did not arise immediately. He was a friend of her brother's, and she first met the whole Broderick family. Sympathy arose when she and Matthew played together in a musical on Broadway. Five years later, James Wilkie was born the first son of the Parker-Broderick family. Because of Sarah's pregnancy, producers were forced to cut the fifth season of the TV show "Sex and the city."

Sarah Jessica Parker, whose children are an important part of the idea of an ideal family, dreamed of offspring and after the birth of James Wilkie. In order not to risk health and career, the couple hired a surrogate mother. So James Wilkie had twin sisters Marion and Tabitha.

Sarah Jessica Parker, whose husband, according to the tabloids, had an affair with a young waitress, decided not to file for divorce, but to keep the family. The couple and their children live in Greenwich village and own a house in the Hamptons. Summer family Parker-Broderick a significant part of time lives in Ireland on homeland Matthew.

Sarah Jessica Parker is now not only a popular actress and an experienced businesswoman. In early 2019, there was evidence that she signed a contract with a new Zealand company and will be engaged in the production of wine. And Sarah intends not just to give his name to the new variety, and to participate in the development of its blend.

Sarah Jessica Parker: children, personal life, photo, biography

Sarah Jessica Parker, movies and TV series with which are popular with the audience, continues to actively act in films and on television. This means that fans will see the tape with the actress in the lead roles.


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