Chris Noth's Character On 'The Equalizer' Faces Dramatic Exit — Find Out The Details
Chris Noth's character on The Equalizer met an untimely demise following the actor's firing from the show late last year.
In December 2021, CBS announced that Noth, 67, would not be filming any more episodes of the television series as a result of the multiple sexual assault allegations that were lodged against him.
After months of wondering how the show would handle Noth's exit, fans of the series finally learned the fate of his on-screen character, William Bishop.
According to Daily Mail, the show's latest episode shockingly revealed that Noth's character died in a plane crash arranged by Mason Quinn (Chris Vance), who plays the enemy of Queen Latifah's character, Robyn McCall.
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Prior to his death, Noth's character had reportedly been away working on an investigation, which explained the Sex and the City alum's absence from filming over the past few months.
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The sexual assault allegations against Noth first came to light after his beloved SATC character, Mr. Big, shockingly died of a heart attack in the first episode of the HBO Max reboot And Just Like That..., which aired in December 2021.
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Two women first came forward with sexual assault accusations, claiming at the time that the new show brought up painful memories from the past. Two more accusers later came forward, although the actor still doubled-down on his statement of innocence.
The scandal also caused Noth to miss out on a cameo appearance during the revival series' last episode, where he was supposed to visit his on-screen wife, Sarah Jessica Parker, from the beyond as she scattered his ashes into the Seine river in Paris. The scene was ultimately cut from airing following the controversy.
As OK! reported, the disgraced TV star seems to be having a hard time coping with the recent claims against him, as a source previously insisted, "Chris honestly feels like his life is over," while noting the actor may have some trouble with alcohol.
"I think that drinking has played a big role in his problems," the source spilled. "Everything is taking a toll. His friends would like him to get some help."