Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 30 May 2015

Noth dances towards After The Ball

Chris Noth is to star in romantic comedy After The Ball
Chris Noth is to star in romantic comedy After The Ball

Chris Noth is to star in romantic comedy After The Ball.

The Good Wife and Sex And The City star will play a retail mogul, said The Hollywood Reporter.

Portia Doubleday has been cast as his on-screen daughter, who is an aspiring fashion designer.

The indie movie, directed by Sean Garrity, has already started shooting in Montreal, Canada.

Marc-Andre Grondin, Lauren Holly, Mimi Kuzyk and Carlo Rota also have roles in the film, which was written by Jason Sherman and Kate Melville.

Chris, best known for playing Carrie Bradshaw's love interest Big in the Sex And The City TV series and films, continues to star in The Good Wife as lawyer-turned-governor Peter Florrick, alongside Julianna Margulies.

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