New Yorker Cynthia Nixon was born 9 April 1966. Josh Hutcherson of The Hunger Games once played her son in a movie. See a little Little Manhattan here.
Cynthia Nixon became a big TV star playing Miranda Hobbes on the series Sex and the City (1998-2004). She won a Tony for playing a grieving mom in the 2006 production of The Rabbit Hole.
Nixon played a sympathetic mom in the 2005 film Little Manhattan, a tale of young love that starred boy-actor Josh Hutcherson. Hutcherson is currently playing on seven billion screens as Peeta, partner to Katniss Everdeen in the movie The Hunger Games.
Here’s the trailer for Little Manhattan — happy birthday, Cynthia Nixon!
The movie is semi-famous for this scene of little Josh crying his eye out:
In real life, Cynthia Nixon is a mom. That’s probably why she was enlisted to film this commercial about local politics in New York, in which she displays a mastery of concerned-mom sarcasm: