Sex and the City actress visits Prague to honor 40th anniversary of 'Amadeus'

Her wife and son accompanied Cynthia Nixon on the trip, which happened over Easter and included a stop in Třebíč. Staff

Written by Staff Published on 27.04.2023 12:30:00 (updated on 27.04.2023) Reading time: 1 minute

Actress Cynthia Nixon, best known for her role as Miranda Hobbs in the TV series Sex and the City, shared photos of a family visit to Europe with her wife Christine Marinoni and their son Max during the Easter holiday.

Nixon shared photos of their trip on Instagram, where she has more than 1.2 million followers, revealing that they spent their spring holiday in Vienna and Prague, and also visited the Czech town of Třebíč.

In the post, the actress-turned-politician heaped praise on the Andaz Prague, the hotel where the family stayed, as "sumptuous and artful!" She shared photos of traditional Czech Easter eggs, kraslice, and a shot with Marinoni with Třebíč in the background.

Nixon was in town to honor the 40th anniversary of the making of Miloš Forman's film "Amadeus," where she played the part of Lorl, Mozart’s maid, when she was a teenager.

"When I was 16 I had the enormous honor of being cast in 'Amadeus,' directed by the great Miloš Forman. Making a movie that would go on to win 8 Academy Awards was really something, but the experience was particularly memorable because we shot in Czechoslovakia under communist rule," Nixon writes in the post.

The event took place at Dox Museum where the actress also met U.S. Ambassador Bijan Sabet.

Aside from her successful acting career, Nixon is also known for her advocacy work, particularly in education. She has served on the board of the Alliance for Quality Education, a nonprofit organization that aims to improve the quality of education in the New York state. Nixon has also been a vocal supporter of LGBTQ+ rights and has spoken out about the importance of LGBTQ+ representation in media.

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