Kim Cattrall is an English-Canadian actress with a net worth of $40 million. Her significant film performances include “Police Academy” in 1984, “Big Trouble in Little China” in 1986, “Mannequin” in 1987, and “Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country” in 1991.
|Full Name||Kim Vicitoria Cattrall|
|Birth Date||August 21, 1956|
|Birth Place||Mossley Hill, Liverpool, United Kingdom|
|Nick Name||Kim Cattrall|
|Education||Royal Academy of Music , UK|
|Father’s Name||Dennis Cattrall|
|Mother’s Name||Glady’s Shane Baugh|
|Height||5 Feet 6 Inches (1.7 m)|
|Weight||45 KG (99 Pounds)|
|Husbands||Larry Davis ( m. 1977; ann. 1979) Andre J. Lyson ( m. 1982; div. 1989) Mark Levinson ( m. 1998; div. 2004)|
|Net Worth||$40 Million|
Kim Cattrall Early Life
Kim Victoria Cattrall was born in Liverpool’s Mossley Hill neighbourhood on August 21, 1956. Gladys Shane, a secretary, and Dennis Cattrall, a construction engineer, are her parents. Her family immigrated to Canada when she was three months old and settled in British Columbia.
Kim Cattral studied acting at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) for a year before returning to Canada. Kim Cattrall graduated from Georges P. Vanier Secondary School early in 1972, and at the age of 16, she travelled to New York City to begin her acting career.
Kim Cattrall Career in Front of the Camera
Kim Cattrall studied acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. She secured a five-year film agreement with director Otto Preminger after graduating. Her debut film appearance was in the 1975 action thriller “Rosebud,” before Universal Studios bought out her contract.
Kim Cattrall went on to appear in a number of television episodes, including “Columbo” and “Starsky and Hutch.” Following that, she appeared in two miniseries: “The Bastard” and “The Rebels.” Cattrall subsequently went on to act in the TV series “The Incredible Hulk” before appearing in the Oscar-nominated 1980 film “Tribute” alongside Jack Lemmon. Following that, she starred in the films “Crossbar” and “Ticket to Heaven.” Kim Cattrall rose to prominence in 1982 when she starred as P.E. teacher Miss Honeywell in the teen sex comedy “Porky’s.” She got a role in the first “Police Academy” two years later.
When Kim Cattrall was cast as Samantha Jones on the blockbuster HBO series “Sex and the City” with co-stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, and Cynthia Nixon, she already had a long list
of TV and film credits. This was her most well-known job to date, and it rocketed her to fame. For her depiction of the sultry Samantha, she was nominated for five Emmy Awards and four Golden Globes. She repeated her role in the 2008 film adaptation of “Sex and the City” and in the 2010 sequel “Sex and the City 2.” The show aired for a total of six seasons.
Kim Cattrall Career on the Stage
The Golden Globe winner has also had a great theatre career, having made her Broadway debut in Michael Frayn’s “Wild Honey” in 1986. In 2006, Cattrall featured in a revival of “Whose Life Is It Anyway?” on the West End. Later the same year, she appeared in David Mamet’s “The Cryptogram,” another West End production. In 2010, she performed in the Liverpool Playhouse productions of “Miss Julie” and “Antony and Cleopatra.” From February to May 2010, Cattrall featured in “Private Lives” at the Vaudeville Theatre alongside Matthew Macfadyen. She debuted on Broadway in 2011 in “Private Lives” and at The Old Vic in 2013 in Tennesee Williams’ “Sweet Bird of Youth.”
Kim Cattrall net worth: The Sex and City’s Earnings
During the peak of the show’s success, Kim Cattrall was paid $350,000 each episode. That sum was one-third of Sarah Jessica Parker’s per-episode fee of $1 million at the time.
She received $7 Million for the first Sex And City Film. The second picture made Kim Cattrall net worth includes her second picture $10 million. The cast members were under a lot of stress as a result of the money irregularities. After the second film, Kim Cattrall and Sara Jessica Parker notoriously had a huge falling out. Kim Cattrall was not asked to feature in the 10-episode revival series “And Just Like That…” in 2021 since their relationship was so terrible.
Kim Cattrall Personal Life
Kim Cattrall married three-time and has no children. From 1977 until 1979, she was married to Larry Davis. Andre J. Lyson was her second husband from 1982 to 1989. Kim Cattrall learned to speak fluent German when living with her ex-husband in Frankfurt. “Satisfaction: The Art of the Female Orgasm,” a book she co-wrote with her third husband, audio designer and jazz bassist Mark Levinson, is about her sex life. From 1998 to 2004, they were married. Cattrall had a brief relationship with former Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.
The die-hard Liverpool F.C. supporter divides her time between New York and the East Hamptons. She is a British and Canadian citizen who became an American citizen in August 2020.
Kim Cattrall Real Estate
Kim Cattrall purchased a beachfront house in East Hampton, New York, for $420,000 in 1998. Kim advertised this home for $3.25 million in October 2020.
Faq’s on Kim Cattrall Net Worth
What was Kim Cattrall’s salary?
Cattrall earned $7 million for the first picture and $10 million for the second, according to Celebrity Net Worth. According sources on Kim Cattrall Net Worth, SJP, who was an executive producer on both films, received $15 million for the first and $20 million for the second.
Why did Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim have a falling out?
In 2017, Kim Cattrall’s excessive contractual demands with Warner Bros. were mentioned, and Parker feels their relationship broke apart.
What is Kim Cattrall net worth?
Kim Cattrall net worth as of the current year is estimated to be $60 million, second only to SJP in the cast of Sex and the City, who is said to be worth $150 million.