But three years into their relationship, after discussing plans of moving in together and having kids — Royer’s fairy-tale romance came to a screeching halt when her “Mr.
American actor, known for his role on the TV series "Law and Order." His other TV credits include "Abducted: A Father's Love," 1996, and "Born Free: A New Adventure," 1996.
Noth grew up in several New England towns and his father died when he was ten years old.
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Bigs and “Wolf of Wall Street” types for those with more creative — and less lucrative — careers.
Noth’s Mike Logan proved notably stalwart, weathering five seasons and several cast changes and always maintaining an exciting chemistry with each transitory co-star.
However, by 1995, producer Dick Wolf felt that Logan had exhausted his possibilities on the show and that his relationship with Jerry Orbach’s character, the similarly jaded Lennie Briscoe, did not provide enough dramatic contrast, commenting, “You very often get the notion that their lines are interchangeable.” Logan was subsequently written off the show.
On their first date, he whisked her away to nearby Glastonbury, Conn., where they had dual massages, and he bought her 0 Citizens of Humanity jeans “before [they were] even cool.” “It was very adventuresome, very decadent,” Royer says of their whirlwind romance, which also consisted of lavish trips to Prague, Vienna and Ireland, as well as shopping sprees on Fifth Avenue.
“He spoiled me and put me on a pedestal beyond belief,” says Royer, now 34, who manages a coffee shop and lives in Astoria.
“I threw my water at him and stormed out,” she says.
“I said that if he wanted to treat me like a high-class prostitute, he could [at least] give me the option to be one.” She swore off dating finance guys then and there.
By 2000, he was very big in the HBO hit series "Sex and the City," as well as having a film release, "Cast Away," due for release at the end of the year.