The “Ferris Bueller's Day Off” and “Sex and the City” stars got married in 1997 and share three children.
The actor currently stars in "Plaza Suite" on Broadway opposite her husband, Matthew Broderick, who contracted COVID-19 earlier this week.
The actor, who played Carrie's pal Stanford Blatch, said he found questions about his sexuality "offensive to gay people" during the run of the HBO series.
"Impeachment moves pretty fast," he warns the Oval Office crew. "If you don't stop and look around, you might miss it."
The "Sex and the City" star called B.S. on the tabloid, which asked her to comment on a supposed fight with husband Matthew Broderick.
Something happened to me a few days ago that really made me think about the importance of living. When I say living, I mean
Warren Beatty, Hollywood legend and famed boulevardier, starred in or directed and wrote the movies Splendor in the Grass