This Sex and The City star reveals secret reason why she almost turned down iconic role
Sex and The City star Sarah Jessica Parker has revealed that she almost turned down the iconic role of Carrie Bradshaw.
The actress (51) revealed the reason to author James Andrew Miller for his new book, Powerhouse: The Untold Story of Hollywood’s Creative Artists Agency.
“I met with Darren, and there were a couple of concerns that I had — like I really wasn’t keen on doing nudity and language issues — but Kevin continued to say to me, ‘This is different. You have never done anything like this before. No one’s ever done a part like this. Do this.’”
SJP was the only one of the four lead actresses who did no nudity scenes, due to a “no nudity” clause in her contract.
The Golden Globe -winning actress (51) hung up her Manolos as Carrie Bradshaw in 2004.
The star now has a lead role in Sharon Horgan's Divorce, where her character is unhappily married to Robert, a character played by Thomas Haden Church. HBO has commissioned the first season for 10 episodes.