Kim Cattrall

Kim Cattrall was born on 21 August 1956 in the town can be seen near Liverpool in the family construction worker and housewife. When Kim was three months old, the family emigrated to Canada, and eleven years later returned to the UK. There's Kim attended a lecture at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.

At 16, Kim moved to New York, was admitted to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and at the end it has signed a five-year contract with the film director Otto Preminger. Her film debut was the picture of 1975, "Rosebud." However, a year later, Universal Studios bought out the contract and the new contract, Kim appeared in numerous television programs of various styles and genres.

Cattrall was invited to star in a big movie - in 1980, she starred in nominated for "Oscar" film "award" and a year later - in the film "Ticket to Heaven", the critically acclaimed. In the 1980s, Kim starred in the film "Porky's", "Police Academy", "The boundaries of the city", "Robbery," "Mannequin". One of the most famous role was the role of Lieutenant Valeris in the movie "Star Trek 6: The Undiscovered Country".

In addition to the cinematographic work, Cattrall has participated in several theater productions such as "View from the Bridge" by Arthur Miller and "The Three Sisters" by Anton Chekhov and "The Misanthrope" (based on the play by Moliere). Her Broadway debut was the play "Wild Honey" (based on Chekhov) staged by the National Theatre.

In 1997, she begins shooting the television series "Sex and the City." The role of Samantha Jones, Cattrall has brought international recognition and numerous nominations for the "Golden Globe" and "Emmy".

In 2008, the screens out the feature film "Sex and the City", and in May 2010 - the long-awaited sequel. Kim also starred in John Boorman's "Tiger Tail" (2006) and the drama "My son Jack" (2007) with David Haig, Daniel Radcliffe and Carey Mulligan.

The actress wrote two books: "Dossier Sexuality" and "Find yourself", which were issued including in Russia.

Cattrall has been married three times: for Larry Davis, J. Andre. Leeson and Mark Levinson audio engineers, whom she divorced in 2004.