On Friday, February 14, actress Lynn Cohen died in New York City, who was part of ‘Sex and the City’ and ‘The Hunger Games: In Flames’, among other productions.
The interpreter was 86. He was born on August 10, 1933, in Kansas City, Missouri, united states, and worked in theater, television, and film. The one who released the news was his representative Josh Pultz, who avoided specifying the cause of death. His big-screen debut was given by the film ‘Without Trace’ (1983), after which he went on to be in more than 60 films of which stand out ‘I shot Andy Warhol’ (1996), ‘Munich’ (2005), ‘In Your Shoes’ (2005), ‘When Everything Changes’ (2007) and They Are All Bie n’ (2009). However, it was her TV roles that earned her the affection and recognition of the public: in addition to impersonating Magda (Miranda’s housekeeper in ‘Sex and the City’), she carried on the role of Judge Elizabeth Mizener in the series ‘Law and Order’.
In the sequel to ‘The Hunger Games’, Cohen plays Mags, a benevolent old woman who plays the protagonists. Her former co-inmates Sarah Jessica Parker (Carry), Kim Catrall (Samantha) and Kristin Davis (Charlotte) fired her on social media: