- Is an advocate for senior citizens.
- Presented at the 2000 GLAAD Media Awards to honor films and TV shows that accurately portray gay and lesbian people.
- Studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art when she was eleven.
- Was engaged to Daniel Benzali.
- Dated former Canadian Prime Minister, Pierre Trudeau whom she met at the movie premiere of Tribute (1980).
- Made her screen debut in Rosebud (1975) by Otto Preminger and later played in Columbo: How to Dial a Murder (1978) (TV).
- Named one of People Magazine's "25 Most Intriguing People of 2001."
- Hosted the 12th annual "A Magical Evening" gala on Wednesday, September 25th, 2002, at the Marriott Marquis in New York City, in celebration of the 50th birthday of Christopher Reeve. All proceeds of the black-tie gala and live auction benefited the Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation (CRPF).
- According to costume designer Ann Roth, the actress diligently took two months to diet herself down to a size four in order to play a bony society wife in The Bonfire of the Vanities (1990).
- Is fluent in German.
- One of the last participants in the studio "contract" system.
- Capitalized on her role as a femme fatale on "Sex and the City" (1998) when she was hired by Pepsi as their 2000/2001 television campaign spokesperson, appearing in steamy locker room- and Little Red Riding Hood-themed TV spots promoting their short-lived Pepsi One product.
- Won a Glammy Award at the British Glamour magazine's Women of the Year Awards held in Berkeley Square Gardens, London, England on June 7, 2005. She won for Theatre Actress of the Year for her performance in the West End play, "Whose Life Is It Anyway?"
- Was a member of the International Order of Job's Daughters at Bethel No. 8, Courtenay, British Columbia, Canada.
- Friend of Isabelle Huppert.
- Said on "Tracks" (1997) she understood that many fans didn't like the series finale of "Sex and the City" (1998). She believes that her character "Samantha Jones" would have left her younger boyfriend some weeks later.
- Born in Liverpool, England, she moved with her parents at the age of three months to Canada and was raised in Little River, British Columbia, a small community on the eastern side of the Island of Vancouver.
- Was immortalized in the song "Ode To Kim Cattrall" on the TV show "Mystery Science Theater 3000" (1988). The song was performed by the character Crow T. Robot in an episode satirizing Cattrall's film City Limits (1985). Cattrall was so impressed by the song that not only did she send flowers to Trace Beaulieu (the voice of Crow), she also appeared at MST3K conventions to sign autographs.
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