Kristin Davis, who plays Charlotte on the HBO series, said in a touching Instagram post shared Monday on Garson’s birthday, Feb. 20, that she misses Garson’s “on-set humor and silliness.” “.
“We’re distressed by your absence, Willie darling. We miss you, and frankly, there’s an aching hole in our hearts,” she said, before offering sympathy for Garson’s son, Nathan Garson.
“I can only imagine how Nathan and the rest of the family are coping,” she said. “I never take my health for granted.”
Garson Passed away in September 2021 Pancreatic cancer, and he reprises his role as Stanford Bratch during the filming of “And Just Like That.” He is 57 years old.
Cynthia Nixon returns as Miranda in HBO spinoff, wrote on Instagram on Monday She misses Garson’s “bitter sense of humor.”
“I miss you when we’re filming. I miss you when we’re not around,” she wrote. “We were lucky to know you, but wish you were still here.”
Mario Cantone also paid tribute to his late co-star. Cantone played Garson’s on-screen husband in “And Just Like That.” Their characters memorably got married in “Sex and the City 2.”
“Happy birthday my big screen husband,” he wrote. “You are missed and loved in so many ways. An incredible partner, father and friend. Through it all, you are in my heart and mind.”
Sarah Jessica Parker, whose character Carrie is Stanford’s (Garson) best friend in the series, feature film and spinoff, says Garson’s death was ‘unbearable’ In a statement she posted on Instagram days after his death.
“I will miss everything about you,” she wrote in part. “And replay our last moments together. I’ll re-read every text message from your last days and record our last call.”
Garson previously appeared in the first three episodes of the first season of “And Just Like That” he was canceled the series. A premiere date for the show’s second season has yet to be announced.