Willie Garson, famous for his role as the character Stanford Blatch in Sex and the City, has died at the age of 57.
According to close friends to Garson, the actor had battled a long fight with cancer. Actor Titus Welliver broke the news on social media writing, "There are no words. I love you dear brother. We are fewer."
Actor Rob Morrow added, "Our sweet pal #WillieGarson has passed on. Dear soul, rest easy."
Stanford was known for being the close friend to Sarah Jessica Parker's character Carrie Bradshaw throughout the series. He appeared in a total of 27 episodes of the iconic HBO show.
Garson was even photographed filming the upcoming SATC HBO Max series, And Just Like That. He was photographed over the summer filming scenes with SJP and Mario Cantone.
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The last post that Garson made on Instagram was back on August 29. He posted a note about the passing of Ed Asner writing, 'Friend, inspiration, joy, laughter, crank, deep pal, constant entertainer father to so many of us...."
Sarah Jessica Parker has yet to comment on the tragic passing of her close friend.
Garson had a long resume which included gigs on Girl Meets World, Just Shoot Me!, Supergirl, Hawaii Five-0, Quantum Leap and White Collar.
Friends have started to leave comments on Garson's social media writing, "We lost him & now we've lost you. Life really is too short. Rest easy Willie."
Another commented, "RIP Willie. Hoping you are hanging with Ed now." Fans showered his post with a ton of heart emojis to show their love for the actor.