They look like they are on a one-way street to Makeoutville until Louis expresses his dislike for one of Carrie's greatest loves, New York City. Now: Daniel Sunjata starred as a firefighter on long-running drama Then: On an "off" weekend with Mr.
Big, Carrie bops around town with a very young, very cute, and very pierced dude.
(And judging by his jogging-in-sweatpants scene on Then: After being dragged to a Fleet Week party, Carrie meets a very good-looking and sweet sailor, Louis Leroy.
Now: Bradley Cooper has three consecutive Best Actor Oscar nominations under his belt, he dates models, and he's still hot. Then: When Charlotte decides to relive her 20s during a weekend in the Hamptons, Long Island ice tea hangovers are the least of her problems.
Instead, she ends up with a mortifying case of crabs and it's hard to even watch that episode without feeling itchy.
Leonard also wrote a short story centered on Givens, “Fire in the Hole,” which became the basis for the pilot episode of “Justified.” In fact, “Fire in the Hole” was the first working title of the show; at one point, it was also called “Lawman” before they settled on the title they have now. Timothy Olyphant was a nationally ranked competitive swimmer in high school and continued to swim through college at USC, where he graduated with a degree in fine arts.
Oh, and the brilliant theme song comes from a group of musicians called Gangstagrass, which combine bluegrass and rap. His first big break came as the lead in a stage production of David Sedaris’ Santaland Diaries (What? At one point, Olyphant was also considered for the role of Tony Stark in Iron Man. He’s also been married to his (seldom photographed) college sweetheart for 20 years (they have 3 children together); that’s her over there on the right. Natalie Zea’s (Winona Hawkins) first big break came as a soap actress on Passions, where she replaced Liza Huber, who then replaced Zea two years later. You may also know her from “Dirty Sexy Money,” and stints on both “Californiacation” and Hung.” She was ranked #80 in Maxim’s top 100 in 2008, for good reason.