Actor Chris Noth will be honored with the inaugural Canopy Award at this year’s North Fork TV Festival. Noth will accept the award on Friday, September 8 at the Greenport Theatre.
“I’m so honored to be presented with the Canopy Award at this year’s North Fork TV Festival,” said Noth in a press release. “I’ve lived and worked in New York for years, and I’ve shot all over New York State and Long Island, so being a part of this spectacular festival really means a lot to me. I can’t wait to see everyone out east this September.”
The North Fork Canopy Award honors of a member of the New York creative community whose work embodies the independent spirit of persistence, integrity and collaboration.
Noth is known for his work on iconic TV series like Law and Order, where he played Detective Mike Logan, as well as Sex and the City, where he played “Mr. Big” for five seasons opposite Hamptonite Sarah Jessica Parker. He continued the role in two the Sex and the City films.
Congratulations to Noth on being the inaugural recipient of the Canopy Award. For more information on the North Fork TV Festival, visit northfork.tv.