Chris Noth on "The Good Wife," His New NYC Bar, and the Difficulties of Keeping Women Happy
Don't be fooled by the mischievous gleam in his eye. Chris Noth, the man known for portraying troublemakers, from Mr. Big, Carrie's ambivalent lover on Sex in the City, to, most recently, a philandering politician on The Good Wife, is a good guy. Noth recently teamed up with Beaulieu Vineyards for their “Give & Give Back" campaign,
making it his personal mission to bring visibility to the issue of
hunger in the United States. His eyes narrow into a passionate squint
when he speaks about it.
But when he's not talking about heavier issues, Noth takes on a playful, slightly taunting tone. His roles, a supporting gig in the mini-series Titanic: Blood and Steel as steel tycoon J.P. Morgan, and a porn financier in Lovelace alongside Amanda Seyfried, are as varied and enigmatic as Noth himself. We sat down with the inscrutable actor to talk about the important things in life: namely, philanthropy, philosophy, and good Scotch.
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