Six seasons and two movies aren’t enough: we are desperate for another Sex and the City movie! Even though it’s been years since the final episode of this iconic show ended, we can’t get enough of Carrie Bradshaw’s thoughtful columns and the events that surround them in New York City. Despite what the critics say, SATC will always hold a special place in our hearts.
The four main leads, their love interests, and the other supporting cast members have been up to a lot since filming ended. Their ventures range from taking over the fashion world to taking over politics. Check out every cast member of Sex and the City’s net worth here.
10 Sarah Jessica Parker: $100 Million
The iconic Carrie Bradshaw was played by none other than the iconic Sarah Jessica Parker, who has gone on to have a stellar career following the success of SATC. We probably could have guessed that SJP’s net worth was around $100 million.
Associated with high fashion thanks to her role as New York City’s most famous fashionista, Parker has branched out into other business ventures, though she continues to star in major movies and TV shows. The wife and mom even has her own range of shoes. Carrie would be proud!
9 Kim Cattrall: $60 Million
When you watch footage of Kim Cattrall just being herself, you begin to appreciate just how talented she is as an actress. She’s nothing like Samantha Jones, but she was still able to convincingly bring the outspoken publicist to life and make us all fall in love with her. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Cattrall is currently worth about $60 million.
The actress has appeared in other projects since ending the SATC TV show, including starring in two SATC movies that came out in 2008 and 2010 respectively.
8 Kristin Davis: $35 Million
Kristin Davis played the timid and conservative Charlotte York, the direct opposite of Samantha Jones. Over the years, Charlotte developed legions of fans who aligned with her more traditional views on dating and relationships. Davis has a net worth of around $35 million.
Interestingly, Davis is also completely different from her character in real life. While Charlotte’s goal on the show is to become a wife and mother, Davis is the only one of the four main actresses who has never been married. But she does have two children!
7 Cynthia Nixon: $60 Million
Miranda Hobbes is SATC’s resident cynic. Insecure, defensive, and never willing to admit that she’s just looking for love, Miranda provides many of the brilliant one-liners over the course of the series. Cynthia Nixon has come a long way since playing Miranda and now has a net worth of $60 million.
Rather than concentrating on her acting career, she turned her attention to politics and activism. In 2018, she announced that she would be running for Governor of New York and always speaks up about human rights, particularly for marginalized people.
6 Chris Noth: $20 Million
You either love Mr. Big or you hate him. A lot of people don’t think that Carrie should have ended up with him the way she did at the end of Season Six, but that’s the way the cookie crumbles. Mr. Big still isn’t the perfect man by the first movie, when he jilts Carrie in a moment of fear. But for whatever reason, she can’t help but run back to him every time.
Chris Noth, who brought Mr. Big to life, is worth about $20 million. He is most well-known for SATC, but he’s also starred in The Good Wife, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, and the TV series Gone between 2017 and 2018.
5 David Eigenberg: $6 Million
Like many other SATC fans, we are so happy that Miranda ended up with Steve instead of someone else. In fact, some might say that he’s even too good for her, despite the mistakes he makes in the first movie because she never seems to appreciate what a great guy he is. David Eigenberg, who played the loveable bartender, is worth approximately $6 million in 2019.
Aside from his role in SATC, Eigenberg is known for appearing in Chicago Fire, Chicago Med, Chicago P.D., and Chicago Justice as Christopher Hermann.
4 Evan Handler: $8 Million
Charlotte’s first marriage to Trey is less than perfect. But her second marriage to Harry is what she’s been waiting a lifetime for. Though Harry Goldenblatt isn’t exactly what she was expecting, he loves her the way she deserves to be loved! And in turn, we love Evan Handler for making him real.
Handler has a net worth of around $8 million, accumulated from his long list of acting credits. He’s known for playing Charlie Runkle on Californication, and even made a guest appearance on one episode of Friends!
3 Willie Garson: $10 Million
Where would Carrie be without Stanford Blatch, her bestie? Stanford only has a supporting role on the show, but his hilarious comments made us all fall in love with him. We’re so happy to see him finally get his happy ending in the second movie by marrying Anthony.
Willie Garson has acted in several other projects since playing Stanford, including White Collar and Hawaii 5.0., and now has a net worth of about $10 million. Like Evan Handler, he also appeared in Friends as one of Ross Geller’s new neighbors.
2 Jason Lewis: $4 Million
Smith Jerrod, real name Jerry Jerrod, might be our favorite of all the SATC boyfriends. He’s not Samantha’s type but ends up being exactly what she needs. He embraces her for who she is and never judges her for her flaws. We love him!
As of 2019, Jason Lewis, the actor who played Smith, has a net worth of $4 million. He appeared in the TV series Beauty and the Baker between 2013 and 2014, and also reprised his role as Smith in both of the SATC movies.
1 John Corbett: $9.5 Million
If you weren’t Team Big, then you were Team Aidan. No other love triangle has divided audiences quite so much, with many fans believing that Carrie would have been better off ending up with Aidan than Mr. Big. The enchanting carpenter, played by John Corbett, returns in the second SATC movie for one last kiss with Carrie.
As well as playing Aidan Shaw, John Corbett has played other notable characters across movies and television, including Ian Miller in the My Big Fat Greek Wedding franchise. He has a net worth of $9.5 million.