Willie Garson who is fully known as William Garson Paszamant is an American actor. He has actored in more than seventy five films and over three hundred television episodes. Some of which are “Sex and the city” as Standford Batch and the other related episodes, “Mozzle” and in the USA Network series “White Collar” from 2009 to 2014. Then as Ralph the friendly doorman in the romantic comedy “Little Manhattan” and as Gerald Hirsch in “Hawaii Five-O, plus as Martin Lloyd in “Stargate SG-1”. Sadly, has passed away on the 21st September 2001. As a tribute to him and his massive contribution we pay tribute with his biography of him of his life and his acting career here.
A Look into the Life of Willie Garson
Paying tribute to William Garson who had made the acting fraternity a passion of homely want and changed the way television series were best put together with what he was in life.
Birth, death, parents and siblings
Willie Garson was born on the 20th February 1967 in Highland Park in the State of New Jersey to Parents Muriel, his mother and Donald M Paszamant, his father. He was born into the Jewish faith as both of his parents were Jews. Nothing much is given of whether he had any other brothers or sisters.
Sadly, this actor, has passed away on the 21st of September 2021 at the age of 54, as confirmed by his son, Nathen, whom he had adopted along with his wife. He had been suffering from pancreatic cancer for a while now.
His Educational Life
For eleven year, Willie Garson went to Camp Wekeela in Hartfort, Maine. He, then graduated from Highland Park High School. He got his Bachelors in Fine Arts from Wesleyan University in 1985 and then a Masters in Fine Arts from the Yale Drama School.
His Acting Career
Willie Garson played the role of Henry Coffield in NYPD Blue and as Standford Blatch in Sex and the City. He did appearances in other television series such as Mr. Belvedere, My Two Dads, Coach, The Loss Weekend as a clerk.
He went on to either appear or play total roles in a number of other television series spanning the time he gave for acting both in film and on television. This made television a much better place for family entertainment.
His Net worth
Having acted both on screen and on television, it is obvious that he must have build up a wealthy profile for himself. As of time to his death, it is said that he was rolling in about four million dollars.