Exclusive! Chris Noth Gives the “Big” Scoop on Upcoming Good Wife Drama
Always one to surround himself by a bevy and beautiful and talented women, Chris Noth now has the honor of working alongside Emmy winner, Julianna Margulies.
Wetpaint Entertainment caught the larger than life actor on the red carpet at the the 3rd Annual Bullets 4 Peace Reloading Life Event Presented by Lova Tea, and asked if his co-star’s success at this year’s awards had gone to her head.
“Nothing goes to her head, she’s the hardest working person I know,” Noth told Wetpaint in an exlsuive interview.
“I used to say that about Sarah Jessica Parker, and now I give that prize to Julianne,” he joked.
He went on to reveal how he had the upmost faith that she would walk away with the prize.
“I knew she had some tough competition, we were the only network show nominated and she went up against a lot of cable shows who only do 13 episodes and we do 22. It’s a lot more arduous so I am very proud of her,” he explained.
Wetpaint was naturally curious about what is next for The Good Wife, and her Not-So-Good Husband.
“I think Peter is going to be very involved in his new job, for right now they are separated and they are negotiating what that means for his kids, and there’s going to be a lot of twists and turns with his career,” he revealed. “There will be a lot of overlap between that and the law firm.”
Noth went on to explain how the drama will develop:
“The beginning of The Good Wife was a woman who has been cheated on by her husband in politics and all the things that happen, but I think the show has transcended from there.”
“It doesn’t depend on her being defined by that. All the other characters have grown from that and now it’s a truly amazing ensemble that comes more alive every year,” the proud actor gushed.
When asked about the leading role that first made him famous, the former Mr. Big was reluctant to talk about the past.
“I have no idea if there will be a Sex and The City 3,” Noth said. “I just don’t have any input on it.”
“I’m separating myself, we did it, it’s out there, we loved doing it. But once you’ve done it, it’s not a part of your life anymore.”