Sarah Jessica Parker: Biography
Sarah Jessica Parker was born in the US city Nelsonvill, which is located in Ohio. Her father, Stephen Parker was a journalist and had his own small commercial business. Mother Barbara Keck was a teacher and a teacher in a primary school. Barbara and Stephen had four children apart from Sarah - they were boys, Timothy Britten and Pippin, who subsequently become actors, as well as Sister Mary.
Sarah has not gone to school when her parents decided to divorce. The father went to the east of the country, and his mother married a trucker Forst and Paul, along with 4 children moved in with him. Paul has also had four children from his first marriage, so the family, which grew by Sarah Jessica, was very large.
While still in secondary school, the girl was fascinated by the theater, ballet and vocal arts. Parents noticed the talent of her daughter and encouraged her steel undertakings. At 9 years old, Sarah has successfully passed his first audition and played the leading role in the Broadway musical-play "Innocent." After this success, Barbara and Paul with their children moved to New York to Sarah to attend professional acting studio. A year later, she played a major role in the theater production of the musical "The Sound of Music", and later - in the musical "Annie."
There's also the girl graduated from high school, "Dwight Morrow" and a ballet school, a school of creative and performing arts in Cincinnati and professional acting school for children.
Sarah Jessica Parker star had several novels. When she was 19, she met actor Robert Downey Jr. This relationship lasted for about 7 years. Then Sarah had affairs with actor Nicolas Cage and John F. Kennedy Jr., son of the famous tragic president.
In 1997, the actress was married with his colleague Matthew Broderick. After 5 years of marriage, Sarah and Matthew had a son, James Wilkie Broderick, and in summer 2009 they were also twins Marion and Tabitha, who brings a surrogate mother.
Since late 2009, the actress is one of the US presidential advisor on culture, art and humanism.