PHOTOS: Sex and the City's best fashion moments "In the beginning,.Mike Logan on the police procedural and legal drama television series, Law & Order and Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and as Mr. For the latter role, he has been nominated for a Golden Globe Award.As of 2009, he is a star of the CBS drama series The Good Wife, for which he was also nominated for a Golden Globe.The grey-haired star, who is on the action-packed TV series Gone about FBI agents catching child abductors, was heading back home from a bakery where he picked up a small bag of goodies.His cane looked to be a serious one with a steel stem and black rubber handle. The injury could have occurred on his show Gone where he plays an FBI agent.Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Television, People's Choice Award for Favorite Cast, TV Land Coolest Crime Fighting Team Award, Satellite Award for...Sex and the City, Sex and the City 2, The Perfect Man, Cast Away, Lovelace, After the Ball, Mr. Law & Order (1990) is one hundred times more authentic."I don't think I've ever gotten over it; it completely changed my life.When I was younger I resented that — ' Oh, I've got to destroy that image' — but people want to see you as they want to see you." Noth now plays Illinois Governor Peter Florrick, the amicably estranged husband of Julianna Margulies' Alicia Florrick on the CBS hit .PHOTOS: Costars reunited "I don't think it was a bomb, but I think because they're greedy, it didn't make as much money as they wanted. And I think it was very hurtful for the girls, because [the reviews] got personal." The sequel may have left a bitter taste in his mouth, but Noth kept mum on whether a third installment is in the works.But I think it was considered an indulgence and a distraction because it hit right when the recession happened," Noth said to . He noted that Parker and Kristin Davis were "naughty" for tweeting about the rumors, and that he won't believe it until he hears "action! More importantly, the actor thinks the realistic way the HBO series depicted is not the New York that I love — New York was a much bigger, more interesting place than just fashion and glitz and all that crap. "Manhattan used to have a real rainbow coalition of class and ethnicity, but it's being pushed out.