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KIM CATTRALL has had an extensive acting career that spans film, stage and television. She has been one of the industry's busiest actresses noted for her comedic timing, dramatic depth and onscreen presence. Last month, Kim was inducted into Canada's 'Walk of Fame'.

Kim is currently in production on Sex and the City 2 in which she reprises her award-winning role as the infamous Samantha Jones, in Sex and the City: The Movie. The movie is based on the provocative, critically acclaimed HBO series of the same name. Kim was recognised for her portrayal of femme fatale Samantha with a Golden Globe and two Screen Actors Guild Awards. She is also the recipient of five Emmy Award nominations and three Screen Actors' Guild nominations.

Kim has starred in a host of Hollywood blockbusters including Police Academy, Porky's, Mannequin, Masquerade, Star Trek 6: The Undiscovered Country, John Carpenter's cult classic Big Trouble in Little China (opposite Kurt Russell), Disney's The Ice Princess, and Brian De Palma's infamous Bonfire of the Vanities with Tom Hanks. Her performance as Jamie in the delightful independent feature Live Nude Girls earned her rave reviews at numerous independent film festivals. Kim stars as Monica in the comedy Meet Monica Velour (2009) written and directed by Keith Bearden.

In 2008, Kim was seen in John Boorman's The Tiger's Tail with Brendan Gleeson for Sony Classics and My Boy Jack, opposite Daniel Radcliffe and David Haig for PBS. Cattrall starred opposite Jamie Lee Curtis in the TNT television adaptation of Wendy Wasserstein's Pulitzer Prize-winning play The Heidi Chronicles and in Oliver Stone's mini-series Wild Palms for ABC.

Kim made her London stage debut in 2005 in Sir Peter Hall's acclaimed revival of Brian Clark's, Who's Life is it Anyway? In 2007 she returned to the West End in David Mamet's The Cryptogram at the Donmar Warehouse. In early 2010, Kim will be starring alongside Matthew Macfadyen in Private Lives, Noel Coward's comic masterpiece in the West End's Vaudeville Theatre.

An acclaimed writer, Kim has also written several books, including Sexual Intelligence which was a National Best Seller, Being a Girl: Navigating the Ups and Downs of Teenage Life; and Satisfaction: The Art of the Female Orgasm, a New York Times best seller.

In addition to her stage, screen and writing credits, Kim is the founder of Fertile Ground Productions, a Canadian-based production company. Their first project was Sexual Intelligence, a feature-length HBO documentary based on her book of the same name for which she was nominated for a Gemini as Best Host or Interviewer in a General/Human Interest or Talk Program or Series.

Kim was nominated for a Genie for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for Ticket to Heaven. In 2008 she received the NBC Universal Award of Distinction.


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