Men of 'Sex and the City': Where Are They Now?

Underwood, who came to fame in "LA Law," continued to play the perfect man in "The New Adventures of Old Christine," "Dirty Sexy Money" and "In Treatment."

He has also teamed up with husband-and-wife novelists Steven Barnes and Tananarive Due to write the Tennyson Hardwick series of detective novels.

This fall, he'll play the president in a new series, "The Event," for NBC.

Charlotte's Men

Trey MacDougal/Kyle MacLachlan

Of the four girlfriends, Charlotte, played by actress Kristin Davis, was the most set of marriage. When she met Park Avenue cardiologist Trey Mac, it seemed her blue-blood dreams had come true. Unfortunately, the dream turned into a nightmare. After marrying Trey, Charlotte discovered he was still enmeshed with his mother Bunny. Pile on problems conceiving and the marriage -- and dream -- unraveled.

MacLachlan, known for his roles in David Lynch's "Blue Velvet" and "Twin Peaks," would go on to play another cad husband. He stars as Bree's on-again-off-again husband Orson on "Desperate Housewives."

Harry Goldenblatt/Evan Handler

After Trey, Charlotte fell for an unlikely fellow, her bald and Jewish divorce lawyer Harry Goldenblatt. Nonetheless, Charlotte converted to Judaism in order to marry Harry. At the beginning of the first "Sex and the City" movie, the couple had adopted Lily from China. By the end, they have welcomed their own biological child, newborn Rose.

In the new movie, Charlotte contends with the demands of motherhood and a shapely new nanny she finds herself attracted to.

Handler, who has appeared in numerous sitcoms and dramas, currently stars opposite David Duchovny as Charlie's bumbling agent and friend in the Showtime series "Californication."

The actor is also a leukemia survivor and has written two books about his experience.

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