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Biography #2 (for Ice Princess)

Kim Cattrall, a Golden Globe° Award-, Emmy° Award- and Screen Actor's Guild Award-winning actress, has received worldwide acclaim for her role as femme fatale Samantha Jones on HBO's groundbreaking hit sees Sex and the City. She has been further recognized with four additional Golden Globe nominations and four Emmy° nominations. Caudill intends to continue her relationship with HBO in the wake of the sees end. Her recently founded Fertile Ground Productions, a Canada-based production company, is currently in development on two projects set up at the cable network: Sexual Intelligence, a feature-length documentary which Cattrall will host and co-executive produce, and an adaptation of Clifford Octets' 'The Country Girl," which she will co-executive produce and star in for HBO films.

Caudill's extensive acting career has spanned film, stage and television. Bom in Liverpool, England, and raised on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Caudill moved to New York City at the age of 16 to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. On graduation, film director Otto Preminger signed her to a 5-year film contract. A year later, Universal Studios bought out the contract and Caudill became one of the last participants of the Universal Contract Player System. While under contract at Universal, Cattrall guest starred in numerous television series, which led to starring roles opposite Jack Lemmon in his Academy Award°­nominated performance in 'Tribute" and Lead Actress Genie nomination (Canadian Oscars for her performance in Ticket to Heaven: She starred in a host of Hollywood blockbuster films, including Police Academy 1, Porlry's, Mannequin, Masquerade, Star Trek 6: The Undiscovered Country, John Carpenter's 'Big Trouble in Little China" opposite Kurt Russell and with Tom Hanks in Brian De Palmas 'Bonfire of the Vanities:' Herperformance as Jamie in the independent feature Live Nude Girls earned her rave reviews at numerous film festivals. She was most recently seen as Brittany Spears' mom in Crossroads.

When not working in film and television, Cattrall has returned to the stage, staging in critically acclaimed productions of Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge, Anton Chekhov's 'Three Sisters (Drama Logue Award), SMndberg's Miss Julie," and Molieres' 'The Misanthrope:' She made her Broadway debut opposite Ian McKellen in the National Theater of London's production of Michael Frayn's adaptation of Cheldrov's Wild Honey and makes herLondon stage debut in 2005 in Whose Life Is ItAnyway? an updated version of the Brian Clark drama, directed by SirPeter Hall. On television she 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." Fans got to see the personal side of Kim in the Lee Grant-directed telefilm Intimate Portrait.

Bio courtesy Buena Vista for "Ice Princess" (11-Apr-2005)


Biography #3

Kim Cattrall is a Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated actress who has received worldwide critical acclaim for her portrayal of the femme fatale Samantha Jones in the HBO hit series Sex and the City.

Her extensive acting career has spanned film, stage and television. Born in Liverpool, England, and raised on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Cattrall moved to New York City by herself at the age of 16 to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.

On graduation, film director Otto Preminger signed her to a 5-year contract. A year later, Universal Studios bought out that contract and Cattrall became one of the last participants of the Universal Contract Player System. While under contract at Universal, Cattrall guest starred in numerous television series, which eventually led to starring roles opposite Jack Lemmon in his Academy Award-nominated performance in Tribute and her Lead Actress Genie nomination (Canadian Oscars) for her performance in Ticket to Heaven.

She then starred in a host of blockbuster films, including Police Academy 1, Porky's, Mannequin, Masquerade, Star Trek 6: The Undiscovered Country, John Carpenter's Big Trouble in Little China and Brian De Palma's Bonfire of the Vanities. Her performance as Jamie in the independent feature Live Nude Girls earned her rave reviews at numerous film festivals.

When not working in film or television, Cattrall has returned to the stage starring in critically-acclaimed productions of Arthur Miller's A View From The Bridge, Anton Chekhov's "Three Sisters (for which she won a Drama Logue Award), Strindberg's Miss Julieand Moliere's The Misanthrope." She made her Broadway debut opposite Ian McKellan in the National Theater's production of Chekov's Wild Honey.

Most recently she 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 miniseries Wild Palms for ABC. Fans got to see the personal side of Cattrall in the Lee Grant-directed Lifetime television segment, Intimate Portrait: Kim Cattrall.

Bio courtesy New Line Cinema (01-Jan-2000)


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