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Sex and the City actor Lynn Cohen dies at 86 - The Sun

SEX and the City actress Lynn Cohen has died at age 86.

A representative confirmed to BuzzFeed News that the actress died on Friday, February 14.

 Lynn passed away on Friday at age 86


Lynn passed away on Friday at age 86Credit: Getty Images

Lynn is known for her role as Magda, Miranda Hobbs’ housekeeper and nanny on the HBO series, which she appeared in from 2000 to 2004.

She also appeared in movies Sex and the City and Sex and the City 2.

 She is known for her role on series Sex and the City


She is known for her role on series Sex and the CityCredit: Getty Images

Other roles include Mags in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and appearances in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Law & Order, Days of Our Lives, Across the Universe and more.

She has also appeared in several roles on Broadway.

According to her IMDB page, she appeared in multiple projects for 2019.

 Lynn was still acting before she passed away


Lynn was still acting before she passed awayCredit: Getty Images
 She is survived by her husband Ronald


She is survived by her husband Ronald

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Her final role that aired in 2020 was for TV series God Friended Me.

She was set to act in Six Dinner Parties.

She is survived by her husband, Ronald, who she married in 1964.

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