Sarah Jessica Parker Breaks Down Her Most Iconic Characters | GQ

From ‘Hocus Pocus’ to ‘Mars Attacks’, ‘Sex and the City’ star Sarah Jessica Parker has been in legit classics—even if she’s never rewatched them herself. Sarah stars in ‘Here and Now’ in theaters, VOD and Digital on November 9th.

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Sarah Jessica Parker Breaks Down Her Most Iconic Characters | GQ


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30 thoughts on “Sarah Jessica Parker Breaks Down Her Most Iconic Characters | GQ

  1. No mention of her first big role? Had she quit the business at age 15 she’d still forever be a part of show biz history as the third actress, after original Andrea McArdle and Shelley Bruce, to star in ANNIE on Broadway in the original production.

  2. Could she be more robotic, colorless, stuttery… bland? She was boring. She gave no feeling about anything. She talked about her characters so clinically, like she was a scientist studying them.

  3. I have ZERO understanding how they did not include First Wives Club in her "Iconic Characters"! Shelly was such a great nemesis and willing participant to Bette Midler's character, Brenda!

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