Chris Noth Gets Standing Ovation After Returning To Acting

Chris Noth is slowly emerging from the shadows.

Following several sexual assault allegations, the disgraced actor, best known for his role as Mr. Big on "Sex and the City," recently returned to the stage.

According to a new Page Six report, Noth produced, directed, and starred in a one-night performance of Eugene Ionesco's "Rhinoceros" at Saint James Place in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.

According to the outlet, he was a "consummate stage actor."

A consummate actor is someone who is "very good or skilled."

According to the source, Noth's performance was "well-received." At the end, he received a standing ovation."

According to the source, the former 'SATC' actor scouted local talent for the project.

This was the actor's first performance since his 'Law & Order' character was killed off in the reboot, "And Just Like That."

Two women came forward in December 2021, accusing him of sexually assaulting them.

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