Warning: This story contains spoilers from Sunday night’s episode of Equalizer.
Chris Noth did not appear in Equalizer for several weeks, but his character’s fate was finally revealed on Sunday night’s episode of the CBS drama.
The actor was fired from the show after Hollywood Reporter The story details allegations of sexual assault against Noth by two women and appears in only one episode, which has completed production, since the story was published.
Noth plays William Bishop, a mentor to Robyn McCall (Queen Latifah), on the show.
Sunday night Equalizer revealed the reason for his character’s absence, when McCall learned that he had been absent for several months to work on an investigation. Bishop is later killed in a plane crash orchestrated by McCall’s nemesis Mason Quinn (Chris Vance).
inside CHEAP , published in December, one woman says Noth sexually assaulted her in 2004 in Los Angeles, and a second woman alleges he assaulted her in his New York apartment in 2015. After the story was published, other women made their own accusations. Noth has denied the allegations.
After the story was published, Noth was dropped from her A3 Artists Agency client status and guest-starred on HBO Max’s finale. Sex and the city next part And just like that be cut. A Peloton commercial starring the actor and Ryan Reynolds was also pulled.