Two-time Golden Globe nominee and SAG Award nominated actor Chris Noth first rose to prominence as "Detective Mike Logan" on the original "Law and Order," where he spent five seasons before starring as the iconic "Mr. Big" on HBO's groundbreaking series "Sex and the City." Noth garnered his first Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor in a Comedy for this role. He continued as "Mr. Big" throughout the series which launched two blockbuster movies, Sex and the City and Sex and the City 2, in which he also starred.
Next came a critically lauded turn as "Peter Florrick" on the CBS hit drama "The Good Wife." Noth's complex performance earned him a second Golden Globe nod - this one for Best Actor in a Drama, as well as two SAG nominations for Best Ensemble.
Most recently, Noth wrapped the NBC series "Gone." He recently starred in the final season of the FX series "Tyrant" and appeared in a pivotal role in the hit Sundance feature film White Girl for director Elizabeth Wood. He also stars in the independent film Chronically Metropolitan.