About Chris Noth
Chris Noth net worth currently amounts to $15 million, and although the actor has said that he does not want to be identified by one role he does, for most of us he will always be Mr. Big from hit television series (as well as movies) Sex and the City. Of course, this show (now cancelled) is not the only source of Chris Noth net worth. So in this article we are going to discuss his career and personality in greater detail.
Chris started his acting career in 1981, featuring with a small role on Cutter‘s Way and went on to appear on variety of other movies, but at least until the late 1990 his career in films was not going that well. Chris‘s career on television, to the contrary, was flourishing. In 1990 he landed one of the leading roles in popular series Law & Order. His performance as Mike Logan has garnered Noth a couple of prestigious nominations- Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series and Viewers for Quality Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Quality Drama Series. His other prominent and critically acclaimed roles were on Sex and the City, Law & Order: Criminal Intent and The Good Wife. These shows are responsible for a huge bulk of Chris Noth net worth.
Chris has also used his fame and the spotlight he gets to express his social and political views, to promote certain ideas and to direct public attention to the local and global problems we are facing. For example, on numerous occasions he has spoken about environmental issues such as destruction of forests, climate change and the related extinction of species („Most people know that forests are the lungs of our planet, literally playing a critical role in every breath we take. And that they’re also home to incredible animals like the orangutan and elephant, which will go extinct if we keep cutting down their forests.“), obesity and deprivation of food in certain regions of the world („We talk about, you know, diet and that we shouldn’t give our kids big things and obesity and fast food. Well, you know there are people who don’t have that problem because they’re not getting any food!“) and democratic freedom, which, in certain cases, seems to be only superficial („Even though we pride ourselves on being a democracy, there are all these ways we say you ‘should’ behave. But what if you’re living your life by the ‘shoulds’ and you’re not really living your life?“). I bet that if at least a part of Chris Noth net worth was donated for information campaigns aimed at raising public awareness, it could help us solve at least part of these problems…