Cynthia Nixon is known for being one-fourth of the ladies of HBO’s hit series Sex and the City. With her portrayal of lawyer and mom Miranda Hobbes, she became relatable to busy working mothers everywhere. She was born on April 9, 1966, and thus is a feisty Aries. Arians, for the most part, are known for being endlessly imaginative and pioneering, always persevering to achieve a higher level of self-satisfaction in both their working and personal lives.
Cynthia Nixon was born in New York, the daughter of an actress and a radio announcer. She attended Barnard College. Like a true Arian, Cynthia has always shown the willingness to take on challenges that no one else would. They thrive on their courageousness and bravery but they’re also very intelligent. Before becoming Miranda Hobbes, Nixon was cast in several theater productions and began working at a very early age of 12. From appearances in ABC afterschool specials to her first movie appearance in The Manhattan Project, Nixon always displays a sense of ingenuity that no other actor in the industry has. She has conquered the world of movies, TV and theater by the time stardom came with HBO’s hit Sex and the City, which ran from 1998-2004. Being Miranda Hobbes also earned her several Emmy nominations before finally taking the trophy for Best Supporting Actress in 2004.
Arians, known for being original and inventive, can be quite objective when it comes to personal decisions. However, their blinding optimism can sometimes get the better of them, and this can lead to some flawed decisions. In their family life, you’ll never find a person more loving or protective than an Arian. They are extremely generous to their closest friends and family, and make great parents as well. As lovers and partners they can be passionate and zealous. Since 1998, Nixon has been in a relationship with English professor Danny Mozes. They have two children together, Samantha Moszes who was born on 1996 and Charles Mozes, born 2002. On 2004 they decided to split and Nixon admitted to having a relationship with activist Christine Marinoni. In support of gay marriage, she announced her engagement with Marinoni on May 2007.Through artificial insemination, Marinoni gave birth to their son Max Ellington Nixon-Marinoni on February 7, 2011.