NEW YORK, March 17 (UPI) -- The four stars of "Sex and the City" are still enjoying financial and professional success even though their popular U.S. TV show has ended.
Sarah Jessica Parker has earned more than $25 million through deals with Garnier, Gap and Steve & Barry's since the show went off the air in 2004, the New York Post reported, citing analysis featured in Portfolio magazine.
Kim Cattrall has earned about $10 million pitching products such as Liz Claiborne's Spark perfume, Bacardi low-calorie rum, Tetley tea and Nissan cars.
Kristin Davis has earned about $4.5 million co-starring in family-friendly feature films such as "The Shaggy Dog" and "Deck the Halls," and appearing in ads for Maybelline and Waterproof Garment Co.
Cynthia Nixon has starred in the acclaimed TV movie "Warm Springs" and won a Tony Award for her performance in the stage drama "Rabbit Hole," since her TV show ended its run.
She has also been the face of New York's online grocer FreshDirect, bringing her post-show earnings to about $2.5 million, the Post said.
The four actresses will soon be seen together on the big screen in "Sex and the City: The Movie."