Chris Noth

Chris Noth is a two-time Golden Globe nominee and SAG Award nominated film, television and Broadway actor. Chris rose to prominence as Detective Mike Logan on the original Law and Order, where he spent five seasons before going on to set hearts aflutter as the iconic “Mr. Big” on HBO’s groundbreaking series Sex and the City, which also launched two blockbuster movies. Next came a critically lauded turn as the flawed and powerful Peter Florrick on the CBS hit drama The Good Wife. The stage is Noth’s first love. He most recently starred as Faustus in the Off-Broadway production of Dr. Faustus. His notable Broadway credits include That Championship Season with Kiefer Sutherland and Jason Patric and Gore Vidal’s The Best Man with Elizabeth Ashley and Charles Durning, for which Chris received a Theatre World Award. Currently, Noth is cast as an ex-CIA director, William Bishop and plays Queen Latifa's former handler in CBS' The Equalizer.
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Old Man Take a Look at My Life with Chris Noth

“Time— who could beat it, who could defeat it ever?... The tragic loss of youthful beauty and innocence when that’s all one has to offer. Life would be infinitely happier if we could only be born at the age of eighty and gradually approach eighteen.” –Tennessee Williams & Mark Twain   Old Man Take a Look at My Life takes an in-depth look at the journey men undergo in their later years. Join Chris Noth and his distinguished guests as they revel, laugh and share honest conversations about aging…sometimes gracefully. Noth covers the joys and lighthearted ease of childhood alongside the examination of time: what is it? What does it mean? Is the past ever really over? What happens when, as the years add up, death introduces itself and your friends and mentors begin to die around you? Yet, growing old doesn’t have to be daunting.