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Anthony Marantino is a main recurring character in the Sex and the City and And Just Like That... series.

Biography[]

Anthony Marentino is a Sicilian-American gay event planner who becomes close to Charlotte after styling her first wedding — he goes on to style Charlotte's H&G photo shoot, her second wedding and Carrie's book release party. He is not self-effacing like Stanford and freely doles out blunt, sometimes bawdy, advice to Charlotte. (For instance: Upon hearing that she hadn't had sex since her divorce, he exclaims: "If you don't put something 'in there' soon, it'll grow over!").

In The Real Me, Charlotte tries to set up Anthony and Stanford. Anthony snubs Stanford, which results in resentment and competition ensues for the entire show run.

However, in the first film, the two are seen kissing at a New Year's Eve party, and then get married in the sequel, with Anthony proclaiming at their wedding that Stanford is "the first man to accept me for the man that I actually am."

In And Just Like That..., he is still married to Stanford although they fight a lot. However, Big's death makes them realize how important they are to one another. They attend his funeral to support Carrie. However that changes when Stanford decides to go to Tokyo, Japan and asks for a divorce.

Personality[]

Anthony freely doles out blunt, sometimes bawdy, advice to Charlotte York. Upon hearing that she hadn't had sex since her divorce, he exclaims: "If you don't put something "in there" soon, it'll grow over!"

Relationships[]

Stanford Blatch[]

In "The Real Me", Charlotte tries to set up Anthony and Stanford Blatch. Anthony snubs Stanford, which results in resentment and competition ensues for the entire show run. However, in Sex and the City (film), the two are seen kissing at a New Year's Eve party, and then get married in the sequel, with Anthony proclaiming at their wedding that Stanford is "the first man to accept me for the man that I actually am."

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