Willie Garson Biography, Age, Family, Kids, Height and Net Worth
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Who is Willie Garson?
William Garson Paszament was an American actor who has appeared in more than 75 films and over 300 television episodes. He is recognized as Stanford Blatch in the HBO series Sex and the City and in the related films Sex and the City and Sex and the City 2. Also as Mozzie in the USA Network series White Collar from 2009 to 2014, Ralph the great doorman in the romantic comedy Little Manhattan from 2005, and Gerald Hirsch in the new start of Hawaii Five0 and Martin Lloyd in the science fiction series Stargate SG-1.
Willie Garson Career
Willie had recurring roles as Henry Coffield in NYPD Blue (1993) and also as Stanford Blatch in Sex and the City (1998). He has had other television appearances including Mr. Belvedere, My Two Dads, Coach (episode of “The Loss Weekend” as a clerk), Twin Peaks (1990), Monk, Boy Meets World (1993). Also in Quantum Leap (once as a newspaper salesman/piracy writer and once as Lee Harvey Oswald), Girl Meets World (2014), (plays four different characters in the universe from the last two shows), Ally McBeal, Party of Five, Star Trek: Voyager (in the episode “Thirty Days”).
He also appeared in Special Unit 2, Just Shoot Me !, Ask Harriet, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Friends (as Ross Geller’s neighbor in the episode ” The One With the Girl Who Hits Joey ”), The X-Files (twice and as two different characters), Cheers (as a waiter in the episode “Cape Cad”). Garson has also appeared on television on Yes, Dear, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Pushing Daisies, Stargate SG1 (3 episodes), Wizards of Waverly Place, CSI: Miami, Mental, Spin City and Taken. Garson starred in the HBO series John From Cincinnati in 2007 and as Mozzie in the US Network series White Collar from 2009 to 2014.
Willie starred in three films by the Farrelly brothers- Kingpin (1996), There’s Something About Mary (1998), and Fever Pitch (2005). Garson’s other films include Groundhog Day (1993), Just Like Heaven, The Rock (1996), Fortress 2: ReEntry, Being John Malkovich (1999), Freaky Friday, Labor Pains and Cold. He also made a cameo in the credits of Jackass Number Two, explaining the full context of the cameo in Jackass 2.5. Willie also appeared in Soapdish (1991), Mars Attacks! His most recent film releases are 7 Days to Vegas (20190 and Magic Camp (2020).
How old is Willie Garson?
Born in Highland Park, New Jersey, USA on February 20, 1964, and died on September 21, 2021, aged 57 years of cancer. He shared his birthday with several famous people, including Andrea Savage, Billy Zoom, Chris Thile, Cindy Crawford, Olivia Rodrigo, Rihanna, Kurt Cobain, among others.
Willie Garson Family
Who are Garson’s parents?
Born in Highland Park, New Jersey, Garson is the son of Muriel Paszamant Flanagan (née Schwartz) and Donald M. Paszamant. His accent is Jewish.
Does Willie Garson have siblings?
Garson is the only child known to his parents and no information is available about his siblings.
Willie Garson Education
As a child, Willie studied for 11 years at Camp Wekeela in Hartford, Maine. In 1982 he graduated from Highland Park High School. Garson received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater from Wesleyan University in 1985 and a Master of Fine Arts from Yale Drama School.
Willie Garson Interests
Garson has also directed episodes of White Collar (2009) and Grils Meets World and produced two television shows with Warner Brothers.
Garson was a world-class poker player, playing in tournaments around the world, for charities, and through the World Poker Tour.
He is affiliated with many charities such as AMFAR, Camp Joslin for Diabetes, Doctors Without Borders, Habitat for Humanity, and the Alliance for Children’s Rights.
Willie Garson Partner
Garson was considered straight but had no relationship in his life.
Willie Garson children
Garson has a son, Nathen Garson, whom he adopted in 2009 at the age of seven. His son is the one who found him and confirmed his death.
Willie Garson residence
Presently, Garson lived in his home in Los Angeles together with his son.
His well-built body is 1.73 m standing height and weighs 75 kg (160 pounds).
Willie Garson Net worth
American actor pursued his acting career from 1986 to 2021. Garson earned an income of $ 1.63 million per year and has a cumulative net worth of $ 10 million as of 2021.
|1986||The Deliberate Stranger|
|1987||The Price of Life||Father||Short|
|1989||Troop Beverly Hills||Bruce|
|Peter Gunn||Rusty||TV Movie|
|1990||Nowhere Land||Store Owner||Short|
|Brain Dead||Board Member|
|The Adventures of Ford Fairlane||Frat Boy|
|1991||Across the Tracks||Salesman|
|The Walter Ego||Egg w/ Glasses||Short|
|1992||Ruby||Lee Harvey Oswald|
|1993||Groundhog Day||Phil’s Assistant Kenny|
|When the Party’s Over||Vic Montana|
|Big Al||Ricki||TV Short|
|1994||Cityscrapes: Los Angeles||John|
|Black Sheep||Anthony Guifoyle|
|Ray Alexander: A Taste for Justice||TV movie|
|1995||Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead||Cuffy|
|The Tie That Binds||Ray Tanton|
|The Barefoot Executive||TV movie|
|1996||Alone in the Woods||Lyle|
|The Destiny of Marty Fine||Jack|
|The Rock||Francis Reynolds|
|Mars Attacks!||Corporate Guy|
|1998||There’s Something About Mary||Dr. Zit Face/High School Pal|
|Living Out Loud||Man in Elevator|
|Being John Malkovich||Guy in Restaurant|
|Come On, Get Happy: The Partridge Family Story||Sam|
|Play It to the Bone||Cappie Caplan|
|2000||Our Lips Are Sealed||Agent Norm|
|Fortress 2||Stanley Nussbaum|
|What Planet Are You From?||Brett|
|2001||Out Cold||Ted Muntz|
|2003||Harry’s Girl||TV movie|
|Special||Suspicious Wheelchair Guy||short|
|A Problem with Fear||Erin|
|2004||The Crux||Man Holding the Rope||Short|
|Seeing Other People||Suspicious Wheelchair Guy||short|
|House of D||Ticket Agent|
|2005||Fever Pitch||Kevin (The Doctor)|
|Just Like Heaven||Maitre D’|
|2006||Thank Heaven||Grant Strong|
|The TV Set||Brian|
|2007||Hard Four||Orville Chisholm|
|2008||Beau Jest||Joel Goldman|
|Sex and the City||Stanford Blatch|
|Sex and the City 2||Stanford Blatch|
|Monster Heroes||Tom Trudell|
|2014||Walk of Shame||Dan Karlin|
|2017||The Polka King||Lonny|
|2020||Magic Camp||Casino Manager|
|1986||Family Ties||Walter||Episode: “Paper Chase”|
|Cheers||Waiter||Episode: “The Cape Cad”|
|You Again?||Clerk||Episode: “Quit Is a Four Letter Word”|
|Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color||Gladstone’s Assistant||Episode: “The Leftovers (31.7)”|
|1986-1987||Newhart||Mr. Whorley / Steve||2 episodes: “Desperately Desiring Susan: Part 2”; “Reading, Writing, and Rating Points”|
|1986-1990||Mr. Belvedere||Carl||7 episodes|
|1987||My Two Dads||Tom||Episode: “Crime and Punishment”|
|American Playhouse||Father||Episode: “The Price of Life”|
|1988-1989||It’s a Living||Phil Roman||3 episodes|
|1989||Coach||Clerk||Episode: “The Loss Weekend”|
|Chicken Soup||Waiter||Episode: “Double Date”|
|1989-1992||Quantum Leap||Alik Idell / Lee Harvey Oswald / Seymour||3 episodes|
|1990||Thirtysomething||Ray||Episode: “Good Sex, Some Sex, What Sex, No Sex”|
|Booker||Mac Larson||Episode: “Mobile Home”|
|1991||Twin Peaks||Heavy Metal Roadie||Episode: “Episode #2.20”|
|1993||Moon Over Miami||Episode: “Watching the Detectives”|
|L.A. Law||Jay Berg||Episode: “Odor in the Court”|
|Flying Blind||Leech Boy||Episode: “The Bride of Marsh Man 2: The Spawning”|
|A League of Their Own||Episode: “Marathon”|
|1993-1999||Boy Meets World||Leonard Spinelli / Mervyn / The Minister||4 episodes|
|1994||Renegade||Tommy||Episode: “Once Burned, Twice Chey”|
|1995||Pig Sty||Hansen||2 episodes: “Mr. Nice Guy”; “Leap Into an Open Grave”|
|MADtv||Lee Harvey Oswald||Episode: “Kato Kaelin/Poison”|
|Partners||Larry||Episode: “Do We Have to Write You a Check?”|
|Mad About You||Randall||Episode: “New Year’s Eve”|
|1995, 1999||The X-Files||Quinton ‘Roach’ Freely / Henry Weems||2 episodes: “The Walk”; “The Goldberg Variation”|
|1996||Touched by an Angel||Eddie Brenner||Episode: “Dear God”|
|1996-1999||NYPD Blue||Henry Coffield||7 episodes|
|1997||VR.5||Strange Guy||Episode: “Sisters”|
|Caroline in the City||Annoying Guy||Episode: “Caroline and the Monkeys”|
|The Practice||D.A. Frank Shea||2 episodes: “Trial and Error”; “Dog Bite”|
|1997-1998||Melrose Place||Dr. Mosley||2 episodes: “Secrets and Wives”; “Coop de Grace”|
|Ally McBeal||Alan Farmer / Frank Shea||2 episodes: “Compromising Positions”; “These Are the Days”|
|1998||Ask Harriet||Ronnie Rendall||Main cast|
|Buffy the Vampire Slayer||Security Guard||Episode: “Killed by Death”|
|Conrad Bloom||Spencer||Episode: “Gone with the Re-Wind”|
|Party of Five||Mr. Kroop||3 episodes|
|Star Trek: Voyager||Riga||Episode: “Thirty Days”|
|1998-2004||Sex and the City||Stanford Blatch||27 episodes|
|1999||Friends||Steve Cera||Episode: “The One with the Girl Who Hits Joey”|
|Just Shoot Me!||Kurt||Episode: “Miss Pretty”|
|Early Edition||Willie Dretler||Episode: “The Out-of-Towner”|
|Nash Bridges||Leonard Voss||Episode: “Crosstalk”|
|2000||City of Angels||Norman Lewis||Episode: “Cry Me a Liver”|
|Hollywood Off-Ramp||Episode: “And on Your Left…”|
|Level 9||Bones||2 episodes: “Mail Call”; “DefCon”|
|Spin City||Ned||Episode: “Blind Faith”|
|2000-2006||Stargate SG-1||Martin Lloyd||3 episodes|
|2001||Going to California||Percy Utley||Episode: “A Pirate Looks at 15 to 20”|
|2001-2002||Special Unit 2||Amphorian / Cupid / Little Brother / Ross Bowman||2 episodes: “The Brothers”; “The Love”|
|2003||Greetings from Tucson||Mr. Gargan||Episode: “Counseling”|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Bud Simmons / Sexy Kitty||Episode: “Fur and Loathing”|
|2004||All About the Andersons||Bud Barber||Episode: “Get Out of Dodge… Ball”|
|Yes, Dear||Gordon||Episode: “Kim and Gordon”|
|The Division||Deke||Episode: “The Box”|
|Monk||Leo Navarro||Episode: “Mr. Monk and the Panic Room”|
|Wild Card||Alan Farmer / Brad Pitt||Episode: “Die, Die, Who Am I?”|
|2005-2006||CSI: Miami||Ian Sutter / Ian Sutton||2 episodes: “Sex & Taxes”; “If Looks Could Kill”|
|2006||Las Vegas||Pete Natelson||Episode: “Bait and Switch”|
|2007||John from Cincinnati||Meyer Dickstein||Main cast|
|2008||Chocolate News||Larry Turner||Episode: “Episode #1.1”|
|2009||Imagination Movers||Pants Armstrong||Episode: “Second Chance Pants”|
|Wizards of Waverly Place||Mr. Frenchy||Episode: “Fashion Week”|
|Pushing Daisies||Dick Dicker||Episode: “Window Dressed to Kill”|
|Medium||Alan Hitchens||Episode: “The Talented Ms. Boddicker”|
|Mental||Leonard Steinberg||Episode: “Rainy Days”|
|2009-2014||White Collar||Mozzie||Main Cast|
|2011-2012||Whole Day Down||Willie||Main cast|
|2012||Hot in Cleveland||Dr. Brotz||Episode: “God and Football”|
|2013||Two and a Half Men||Dr. Steven Staven||Episode: “Run, Steven Staven! Run!”|
|Wendell and Vinnie||Jury member||Episode: “Mock Law & Order”|
|2014||Girl Meets World||Harrison Miller||Episode: “Girl Meets Popular”|
|2014||Franklin & Bash||Dr. Nick Beckman||Episode: “Kershaw v. Lincecum”|
|2015-2019||Hawaii Five-0||Gerard Hirsch||Recurring role; 8 episodes|
|2016||The Mysteries of Laura||George Tilieu||Episode: “The Mystery of the Downward Spiral”|
|2017||Scandal||Protestor||Episode: “Day 101”|
|2018||Salvation||Dr. Carson||Episode: “Get Ready”|
|2019-2020||Supergirl||Steve Lomeli||Recurring role; 3 episodes|
|2019||Magnum P.I.||Gerard Hirsch||Episode: “Blood Brothers”|
|TBQ||And Just Like That…||Stanford Blatch||Upcoming miniseries, posthumous release|