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Kim Cattrall Bio, Glamorous, Height, Age, Family, Spouse, and Net Worth


Kim Cattrall Biography

Kim Cattrall is a British-Canadian in the acting profession best known for her roles in HBO’s Sex and the City. She will star in the TV drama, Glamorous Madolyn Addison. The show premieres on Netflix on 22nd June 2023.

Photo of Kim Cattrall
Photo of Kim Cattrall

Kim Cattrall Height

Cattrall stands at a rough height of 5 feet and 8 inches.

Kim Cattrall Age

Cattrall is 67 years old. She was born on 21st August 1956 in Liverpool, England.

Personal Life

Kim Cattrall Family and Relatives

Cattrall was born to Gladys Shane (née Baugh) and Dennis Cattrall. Shane worked as a secretary while Dennis worked as a construction engineer. Unfortunately, her brother named Christopher passed away in 2018 as a result of committing suicide. Also, she has one older sister and one younger sister.

When she was 3, her family migrated to Canada settling in Courtenay, British Columbia. Cattrall relocated back to Liverpool after her grandmother fell ill. Her grandfather, George Baugh abandoned his wife and three daughters counting Cattrall’s mother, and married a new wife.

With his new wife, he had 4 other children. Baugh relocated to Australia in 1961, assumed the role of a postmaster, retired in 1972, and passed away in Sydney in 1974. She alongside her mother and aunt found out about this information about him through the BBC One documentary series, Who Do You Think You Are? However, we will update this information once it’s available to the public.

Kim Cattrall Spouse and Children

Cattrall is in a relationship with Russell Thomas since 2016. Russell works for BBC. Nonetheless, we will update this information when details regarding it are available to the public


Cattrall has been married thrice. Her initial husband was Larry Davis whom she married in 1977. However, their marriage was annulled in 1979 after their 2-year marriage. Larry worked as a writer. Next, she married Andre J. Lyson in 1982 and lived in Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany. In 1989, they split after their 7-year marriage.

Lastly, she was married to Mark Levinson from 1998 to 2004. At the time of their marriage, they co-wrote Satisfaction: The Art of the Female Orgasm in 2002. Mark serves as an audio equipment designer, recording and mastering engineer, multi-instrumentalist musician, and serial entrepreneur.

Kim Cattrall Dating History

Briefly, Cattrall dated Pierre Trudeau who served as a Canadian Prime Minister. In a case of mistaken identity, a 1981 photo of her was misidentified as Margaret Trudeau, the mother of Pierre’s son Justin, during a segment on 60 Minutes in 2016. Additionally, she dated Daniel Benzali, Gerald Casale, Bernard-Henri Lévy, and Alexander Siddig.

Kim Cattrall Education

Cattrall graduated from Georges P. Vanier Secondary School in 1972. Following her graduation, she attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She underwent examinations at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. When she was 11, she studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA).

After her studies there, she returned to Canada following a year of study. At the age of 16, she relocated to New York City to pursue her first acting role. In 2010, she received an honorary degree from Liverpool John Moores University. The University of British Columbia an honorary degree in 2018.

Professional Life

Kim Cattrall Net Worth

Cattrall has garnered a net worth ranging from $1 million to $6 million during his successful career as an actress.

Kim Cattrall Career

Cattrall will star in the TV drama, Glamorous as Madolyn Addison. The show premieres on Netflix on 22nd June 2023. Further, she began her career in 1975. After graduating college, she signed a 5-year contract with director Otto Preminger. Her role in Rosebud served as her debut film.

Later, she went on to star in a number of TV roles. She attained fame in the1980s with films such as Ticket to Heaven, Police Academy, City Limits, Big Trouble in Little China, Mannequin, Masquerade, Midnight Crossing, and The Return of the Musketeers. Occasionally, she worked with director Bob Clark.

She starred in his four films i.e. Tribute, Porky’s, Turk 182, and Baby Geniuses. Her other films include The Bonfire of the Vanities, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Split Second, and Above Suspicion. In 2001, she starred in 15 Minutes as Cassandra and in 2002 in Crossroads as Caroline Wagner.

Additionally, she starred in Ice Princess, My Boy Jack, The Ghost Writer, Meet Monica Velour, and About My Father. From 2014 to 2016, she acted and was an executive producer of HBO’s Sensitive Skin. For her performance, she received the Canadian Screen Award nomination.

Later, she starred in the Paramount+ series’ Tell Me a Story, Fox’s Filthy Rich, and Peacock’s Queer as Folk. Since 2022, she stars as Future Sophie on Hulu’s How I Met Your Father. In 2018, she started working as an ambassador for the Royal Botanical Kew Gardens in London alongside Judi Dench.


On stage, she made an appearance in the 1986 Broadway production of Michael Frayn’s Wild Honey. Also, she appeared in August Strindberg’s Miss Julie at McCarter Theatre Center in 1993. In 2010, she starred in William Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra in Liverpool Playhouse. She appeared in Noël Coward’s Private Lives on Broadway in 2011 and in Tennessee Williams’ Sweet Bird of Youth at The Old Vic in 2013.

Kim Cattrall Glamorous

Cattrall stars in the TV drama, Glamorous as Madolyn Addison. The show premieres on Netflix on 22nd June 2023. The film follows Marco Mejia as he gets a job working for makeup mogul, Madolyn Addison. She stars alongside her fellow actors and actresses

Kim Cattrall Porky’s

Cattrall played the role of Miss Lynn “Lassie” Honeywell in the film, Porky’s. Miss Lynn works as a PE teacher who has intercourse with Coach Brackett in the equipment room. Brackett later finds out why she is nicknamed Lassie after she howls like a dog during intimate moments. The loud commotion caused by their activities leads to their discovery and subsequent dismissal from their positions at the school.

Kim Cattrall Police Academy

In 1984, Cattrall starred as Cadet Karen Thompson in the comedy, Police Academy. Karen is a bored socialite who decides to join the police force in order to expand her experiences and connect with individuals who differ from her and her mother.

She confides in Mahoney, expressing her desire to become a police officer, stating that she enjoys dressing in a more masculine fashion. Thompson forms a close friendship with Laverne Hooks, the sole person who truly understands her. Additionally, she becomes Mahoney’s first romantic interest.

Kim Cattrall Citizenship

Cattrall has citizenship of three nations i.e. Canada, British, and American. She attained U.S. citizenship in 2020 so that she could participate in the year’s election.

Kim Cattrall Satisfaction: The Art of the Female Orgasm

Cattrall co-authored the book alongside her ex-husband, Mark. The book is aimed at women seeking to enhance their sexual experiences. She collaborates with her spouse to provide a wealth of tips and advice specifically designed to assist couples in prioritizing and achieving female orgasms.

Notable Works

Kim Cattrall-Sex and the City

Cattrall is famous for her role as Samantha Jones on HBO’s Sex and the City from 1998 to 2004. For her performance, she received five Emmy Award nominations and four Golden Globe nominations. Additionally, she won the 2002 Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress.

In 2008 and 2010, she recurred the role in the films Sex and the City and Sex and the City 2 respectively. Also, she received two ensemble Screen Actors Guild Awards alongside her co-stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, and Cynthia Nixon. However, she exposed that she never got along with Sarah Jessica Parker.

She ranked eighth in TV Guide’s 50 sexiest stars of all-time list in 2005. The Cosmopolitan UK Ultimate honored her with the Women Of The Year Awards with the Ultimate Icon Award for her role as Samantha. Also, she attained the NBC Universal Canada Award of Distinction at the 2008 Banff World TV Festival.

Originally, she declined the role of Samantha Jones on three separate occasions before ultimately agreeing to take on the role. She said had concerns about whether she could effectively portray a woman in her forties and still be perceived as desirable and alluring.

However, after careful consideration, she ultimately embraced the character and went on to deliver a memorable performance as Samantha Jones in the series.

Kim Cattrall Mannequin 

In 1987, she played the lead role of Ema “Emmy” Hesire in the cult comedy film, Mannequin. Desperate to avoid an arranged marriage, Emmy seeks solace within the confines of a pyramid, where she fervently implores the gods for true love to come her way. In a startling turn of events, Emmy mysteriously disappears right before her mother’s eyes.

She reappears in 1987 and embodies the mannequin made by Jonathan Switcher who was recently dumped. Amidst the challenges and turmoil he faces in his life, he reaches out to her for assistance, leading to a journey where their connection deepens and love blossoms between them.

Kim Cattrall Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

Cattrall starred as Lieutenant Valeris in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country in 1991. Valeris works as a Starfleet lieutenant and Enterprise-A helmsman. She was implicated in the assassination of Klingon chancellor Gorkon.

Cattrall helped in developing the character where she designed her own hairstyle and also helped come up with the name. Her involvement allowed her to bring a personal touch to the character’s overall image and identity.

She selected the name element “Eris” for her character, inspired by the Greek goddess of strife. However, at the suggestion of director Nicholas Meyer, the name was further improved and “vulcanized” by adding “Val” to create the character’s final name, “Valeris.”

Kim Cattrall Other Films and TV Shows

During her career, Cattrall has starred in a number of films and TV shows such as

  • Deadly Harvest(1977)
  • City Limits(1985)
  • The Return of the Musketeers(1989)
  • Angel Falls(1993)
  • Modern Vampires(1998)
  • Shortcut to Happiness(2007)
  • The Ghost Writer(2010)
  • The Witness for the Prosecution(2016)
  • Queer as Folk(2022)
  • About My Father(2023)

Kim Cattrall Social Media

Cattrall has active social media platforms i.e. Twitter and Instagram. She has a following of over 1.2M on Instagram, and a following of over 278.2K on Twitter.