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Evan Handler Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jan 10, 1961
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

The bald and slightly diminutive, affable character actor Evan Handler began his career in big-screen features with a handful of memorable portrayals in films such as the military actioner [[Feature~V48655~Taps~taps]] (1981); the gentle, underrated coming-of-age dramedy [[Feature~V48106~Sweet Lorraine~sweetlorraine]] (1987); and [[Performer~P112907~Oliver Stone~oliverstone]]'s gonzo anti-media orgy [[Feature~V132230~Natural Born Killers~naturalbornkillers]] (1994). After 1996, Handler focused almost exclusively on television, with both guest and recurring roles on popular programs ([[Feature~V258653~Friends~friends[tvseries]]], [[Feature~V257810~24~24[tvseries]]], [[Feature~V315149~Lost~lost[tvseries]]]) and short-lived series ([[Feature~V336770~Hot Properties~hotproperties[tvseries]]], [[Feature~V358336~Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip~studio60onthesunsetstrip[tvseries]]]). He is perhaps best-known for his recurring role on [[Feature~V250366~Sex and the City~sexandthecity[tvseries]]] (in seasons [[Feature~V288557~five~sexandthecity:season05]] and [[Feature~V290408~six~sexandthecity:season06]]) as Charlotte's divorce lawyer, Harry Goldenblatt, who ultimately won her heart and became her husband. In 2007, Handler joined [[Performer~P20329~David Duchovny~davidduchovny]] and [[Performer~P224913~Natascha McElhone~nataschamcelhone]] with a regular role as Hank Moody's ([[Performer~P20329~Duchovny~davidduchovny]]) agent and best friend, Charlie, on the quirky Showtime series comedy [[Feature~V399784~Californication~californication[tvseries]]]. He reprised his role as Harry Goldenblatt for Sex and the City 2 in 2010, and worked in the HBO docudrama Too Big to Fail in 2011.

Off-camera, Handler remains active in the theater; he essayed respectable performances in such New York-based stage productions as I Hate Hamlet (1991), Big Al (1992), and Time on Fire (1993). ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi