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Cynthia Nixon Net Worth: How Much Did the “And Just Like That” Star Earn As Miranda Hobbes?

Cynthia Nixon will be one of the key characters reprising her role as Miranda Hobbes in HBO Max’s “And Just Like That”, the 10-episode cover of “Sex and the City”. The American actress appeared in 94 episodes of the series during its 1998-2004 airing and was a part of the movie “Sex and the City” and beyond.

Her decorated career in Hollywood has seen her star in over 80 films and television shows with “The Manhattan Project” and “Rabbit Hole” as the most prominent. Nixon was also nominated for four Tony Awards where she won the award for Best Actress in a Play for “Rabbit Hole”. The 55-year-old was also actively involved in politics and ran for governor of New York 2018, but lost to Andrew Cuomo. With the stars of the influential series earning handsomely, Nixon’s net worth also comes into play.


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What is Cynthia Nixon’s net worth?

For the first film, “Sex and the City,” she earned $ 3 million total salary with her co-star Kristin Davis. However, the other two stars, Kim Cattrall and Sarah Jessica Parker made $ 7 million and $ 13 million each. In HBO Max’s “And Just Like That”, she was paid $ 1 million per episode and that totals up to $ 10 million since it includes 10 episodes. According to celebrity net worth, the actress is estimated at $ 25 million.

According to tax files published in 2018 as part of his political campaign. The site reported making $ 1.3 million in 2017 in the form of “salary, capital gains, residues and investments.” His deductions and reported adjusted income were $ 619,799. With his role in “And Just Like That,” Nixon is poised to elevate his net worth status.

The actress also shed some light on her character who was seen with gray hair in the trailer. Speaking of “Live with Kelly and Ryan,” she explained the reason for this look. “Okay. Well, Michael Patrick King who is our writer and director in chief, he was like,” You know, a lot of women during the pandemic, they couldn’t make it to the beauty salon and they had to decided to go gray, then they decided they liked her. So if it was to be one of the women, we think it would be Miranda. So here is.”

“And Just Like That” releases at 3 p.m. ET on December 9 on HBO Max.

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