January 19, 2022

American Actor Willie Garson Bid Adieu At the Age of 57

Very well said, “ How people die but remain in the memory of those who live.”

On 21 September 2021 American entertainment industry lost one of the prominent American actors William Garson Paszamant. He was popularly knowns for playing the role of Stanford Blatch on the HBO series named Sex and the City. without any hesitation he played the role of gay in Sex and the City, he was heterosexual. He also appeared in more than 80 films and 350 TV episodes. Some of his famous movies are Ruby, Nowhere Land, Big AI, and many more. He was a precious gift for his friends and they are saddened by his death.

Willie was born in New Jersey and he began his training at an early age. He got his first role in a break-in Holywood in the TV shows like “ Family Ties” and “Cheers” his most recent work is in the series “ And Just Like That” which is to be released in late 2021. Garson was also an advocate with the organization which helps children find a home by adoption.

In 2009 he adopted his son named Nathen Garson. He was the proud father of a single child. Garson took his late breath on September 21, 2021, at the age of 57. This news was confirmed by his beloved son. His son wrote on Instagram “ I love you father. Rest in Peace and I am to be your son who shared all his adventures with me and you accomplished so much in life.” He was suffering from cancer. His family and friends are deeply saddened by his death. People will remember him for his epic performance in the series Sex and the City and both of its films.

Many friends, family members, and co-actors express their grief over his death. Co-actors remember him for his brilliant performance and humble nature. He bid adieu very soon but he will always be in the heart of his fans. May God give his family and near ones strength. May his soul rest in peace.