Cynthia Nixon is returning to television.
The Sex and the City alum has landed a recurring role on NBC's Hannibal, TVLine.com reports.
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Almost one year after same-sex marriage was legalized in New York, Sex and the City's Cynthia Nixon finally walked down the aisle with her longtime partner Christine Marinoni, People reports.
Cynthia Nixon clarifies comments: "Bisexuality is not a choice"
Cynthia Nixon has backtracked on her controversial sexuality remarks, saying that "bisexuality is not a choice."
The Sex and the City star drew ire from gay rights activists last week when she was quoted in a New York Times piece as saying that, for her, being gay "is a choice."
Sex and the City's Cynthia Nixon: I'm gay by choice
"My recent comments in The New York Times were about me and my personal story of being gay," Nixon tells The Advocate in a statement. "I believe we all have different ways we came to the gay community and we can't and shouldn't be pigeon-holed into one cultural narrative which ...
Sex and the City actress Cynthia Nixon says she chose to be gay.
"For me, it is a choice," Nixon is quoted as saying in a New York Times magazine profile. "I understand that for many people it's...