Lynn Cohen, who played the role of Magda for three seasons on "Sex and The City's," has died at the age of 86.
Although she was mostly known for her role in "Sex and The City" and "Hunger Games," Lynn Cohen featured in various roles in film, television, and theater.
Actress Lynn Cohen attends the premiere of "Sex and the City: The Movie" at Radio City Music Hall | Photo: Getty Images
Unfortunately, the world woke up to the news of her death, which was confirmed by People, on February 14.
"Amid her busy life as a Hollywood starlet, Lynn made sure there was time for her husband, husband Richard T. Cohen, whom she married in 1964."
People also reported that her "Sex and The City" co-stars like Sarah Jessica Parker took to social media to pay their tributes to the late actress, soon after the announcement of her death.
"To me she was that and so much more—an involved citizen, a true friend, and a great actress in so many different roles."
Additionally, actor Willie Garson took to his Twitter page to share a picture of Lynn as he thanked the late actress for her friendship and kind heart.
During her career as an actress, Lynn made several appearances in "Artemis & the Astronaut" and the "Law and Order" TV franchise, according to CNN.
The site added that her most recent appearance was in the 2018 Amazon Prime series, "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel."
Amid her busy life as a Hollywood starlet, Lynn made sure there was time for her husband, husband Richard T. Cohen, whom she married in 1964.
In fact, during an interview with Miami Herald, the 86-year-old had called herself blessed as she lived with the "most amazing man in the world" who loved seeing her work.
Meanwhile, IOBDB revealed that Lynn had taken home a Richard Seff Award in 2009.
Lynn Cohen attends the 'All in Time' New York Film Critics Screening at AMC Empire 25 theater | Photo: Getty Images
The "I Remember Mama" star had also been nominated for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play in the 2014 Lucille Lortel Award and in the Distinguished Performance category in the 2009 Drama League Award.