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“Sex and the City”: These stars made guest appearances on the cult series - the full list

All guest appearances on “Sex and the City” at a glance

For six seasons - from 1998 to 2004 - the TV series “Sex and the City” ran. The stories of Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) and her friends Samantha Jones (Kim Cattrall), Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon) and Charlotte York (Kristin Davis) are timeless. Even if you clearly notice the style and look of the 90s and 00s on “SatC”: The 94 episodes are still suitable for binge-watching today.

It quickly becomes apparent that a number of stars made guest appearances in the series. Some celebrities were already big back then, others were at the very beginning of their careers. Some celebrities also played themselves. Here is an overview of all guest appearances by stars in “Sex and the City”. If you watch the series in the stream, you can also access the corresponding episodes right away.

Gabriel Macht in “Models and People” (Season 1, Episode 2)

We know Gabriel Macht as Harvey Specter from the lawyer series “Suits”. In the first season of "Sex and the City" he played the artist Barkley, with whom Carrie is friends. Barkley prefers to date models and has a strange habit of filming himself using hidden cameras while having sex with them. Later he is also persuaded by Samantha to do a sex video, although (because she is not a model) she does not actually fit into his prey scheme - which in turn is balm for Samantha's ego.

Timothy Olyphant in "In the Valley of the Twenties" (Season 1, Episode 4)

Timothy Olyphant had his greatest success with the series "Justified" and "Santa Clarita Diet". In “Sex and the City” he played Sam, a chaotic man in his twenties with a leather jacket and tongue piercing. After being disappointed by Mr. Big on a date, Carrie ends up in bed with Sam. When she wakes up in his apartment the next morning, a mess, she quickly loses interest.

Justin Theroux in “The Monogamists” (Season 1, Episode 7) and in “Family Ties” (Season 2, Episode 15)

Justin Theroux made a name for himself with the David Lynch films "Mulholland Drive" and "Inland Empire", and later starred in mainstream films such as "Miami Vice". He was best known as the ex-husband of Jennifer Aniston. He was seen twice on “Sex and the City”: First as the writer Jared, a friend of Carrie's gay friend Stanford. But that was only a brief appearance. Later he reappears as a writer. His character is called Vaugh Vysel and also has something to do with Carrie. She makes friends with his family, but has to deal with a few problems ...

Bradley Cooper in "Only Singles Gave the Grace Shot" (Season 2, Episode 4)

The “Sexiest Man Alive” (2011) had his greatest successes with the “Hangover” films as well as with “American Sniper” and “A Star is Born”. His name is Jake on SatC and he smooches Carrie. She has to caress her ego after she has landed on a magazine cover, photographed in a rather unfavorable way. When he teases her with the same magazine cover, she runs away.

Will Arnett in "An Exquisite Pain" (Season 2, Episode 12)

Will Arnett is known as Gob Bluth from “Arrested Development” and the voice of BoJack Horseman. In “Sex and the City” his name is Jack and he has an affair with Miranda. The special thing about it: He only wants to have sex with her in places where there is a risk of getting caught.

Jon Bon Jovi in ​​"Bad Games" (Season 2, Episode 13)

Okay, how do you know the rock singer Jon Bon Jovi, there is no need to explain in more detail. When he appeared on SatC, his name was Seth and his hair was much shorter than in his 80s rock videos. Carrie meets him in her therapist's office and dates him briefly.

John Slattery in "Where There Is Smoke" (Season 3, Episode 1) and "Sex and Politics" (Season 3, Episode 2)

John Slattery had the role of his life as Roger Sterling in the series “Mad Men”. In “Sex and the City” he plays the rising politician Bill Kelley, with whom Carrie is temporarily involved. The problem for them: He likes very specific sex practices. After the two episodes, the term “golden shower” made it onto mainstream TV.

Elizabeth Banks in "Sex and Politics" (Season 3, Episode 2)

She later starred in blockbusters like "The Hunger Games" and the "Lego Movie". In 2000 she made her acting debut on SatC (about ten seconds) as the wife of a man who was flirting with Charlotte.

Alanis Morissette in "Boy-Girl, Boy, Girl" (Season 3, Episode 4)

Carrie is in a relationship with a man who in turn has relationships with other men. What makes them question their sexual preferences. Her short-term lover takes her to a party where they play spin the bottle. The result: Carrie has to kiss Alanis Morisette, who goes by the name Dawn in the series.

Bobby Cannavale in “The Big Question” (Season 3, Episode 9)

You know him from series like “Nurse Jackie” or “Boardwalk Empire”. In SatC, he plays a man named Adam, whom Samantha is dating. She likes to spoil men with blow jobs, but has to discover that his sperm tastes awful. Yes, problems like that made “Sex and the City” so special.