Kim Cattrall is an award-winning actress known for her strong facial features and her naturally beautiful complexion. She is best known for her role as the lead character in the series of Tomb Raider video games. The popular video game series have earned Kim Cattrall considerable attention both critically and commercially, but it is her performance as the leader of a human team in the video game series that has made her the face of video games. Kim Cattrall Net Worth is an important component of understanding Kim Cattrall as an actor and a performer.
Kim Cattrall’s professional career thus far has earned her an impressive financial fortune. Most of her money comes from small independent films, video games, or commercials. Her premeditated move to Hollywood was initially to get into the video game industry. But after becoming successful with Tomb Raider, her professional career blossomed, and she finally found success with a biopic on the life and work of legendary author Roald Dahl. As a result of her role as Alice in that movie, Kim Cattrall has established a name for herself as a great film star and has been nominated for an Academy Award for that movie.
In addition to her role in Tomb Raider, Kim Cattrall also has a long list of credits to her name. For example, she is the creator and executive producer of the hit science fiction television show on FX. It is called Star Trek: The Original Series, and Kim Cattrall plays the character of Counselor Deanna Troi, a member of the ship crew that was visited by the Vulcans in the first season. Throughout the seasons, the character is portrayed as someone who consistently disobeyed orders in order to help the crew in a battle with the Klingons. Kim Cattrall’s Trek credentials have also earned her appearances on other popular science fiction television shows such as Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
|Real Name||Kim Victoria Cattrall|
|Net Worth||$75 million|
|Height in Feet Inches||5 ft 6½ in|
|Height in Centimeter||169 cm|
|Height in Meter||1.69 m|
|Weight in Kilogram||62 kg|
|Weight in Pounds||137 pounds|
|Hair Color||Her natural hair color is Blonde, but
she dyes them frequently.
|Eye Color||Light Brown|
|Body Measurements||34-27-36 in or 87-68.5-91.5 cm|
|Waist Size||27 Inches|
|Hip Size||36 Inches|
|Shoe Size||9.5 (US)|
|Dress Size||6 (US)|
|Date of Birth||August 21, 1956|
|Birth Place||Mossley Hill, Liverpool, England|
|Birth Sign/ Zodiac Sign||Leo|
|Father||Dennis Cattrall (Construction Engineer)|
|Mother||Gladys Shane (nee Baugh) (Secretary)|
|Siblings||Lisa Cattrall (Younger Sister)
Chris Cattrall (Younger Brother)
one older sister who is a teacher.
|School||London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art
Banff School of Fine Arts
|College||American Academy of Dramatic Arts|
|Current Relationship/ Affair||Clifford Ross (2012 – Present)|
|Marriage and Children|
Andre J. Lyson
|First Film||Rosebud (1975)|
|First Television Show||Quincy, M.E (1977)|
The real draw to Kim Cattrall as an actor is her rather unusual vocal style. For someone who typically caters to a mainstream audience with speaking roles and one liners, Cattrall has always managed to break some barriers with her on screen persona. Part of this has to do with her stage and film career, but it is also due to C attred’s own unique voice. One way in which Kim Cattrall’s distinctive vocal style differs from that of more typical British actors is that she is a highly skilled, extremely versatile actress. She can play the sweet, loving wife and mother, but she can also channel anger and bitterness just as easily.
Kim Cattrall’s first full-length feature film was the movie Baby Boy; in which she plays a young construction worker who lives with his parents on the Canadian prairie. Baby Boy was a critical and commercial success, and would go on to spawn three sequels before it was killed off during the 1980’s. A remade version of Baby Boy is in post-production right now in the United States, although a release date has not yet been announced. Cattrall’s contribution to the science fiction genre is most definitely worth a watch; it’s a wonderfully original role that comes extremely close to fulfilling the ambitions of George Lucas’ Star Wars series.
Kim Cattrall’s first major role would be the lead role in the popular TV drama Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Despite the critical acclaim the film received (and its relatively poor reception), C attall’s performance as the lovable rabbit made it one of, if not the best animated television program of the era. The film remains a favorite among kids, adults, and even those who were unfamiliar with animation back then. So it’s easy to see why Kim Cattrall’s name is synonymous with success when it comes to discussing the best female actors of all time. She did not become a household name in the way she would later, but Who Framed Roger Rabbit remains a classic and well deserving TV actor who achieved great success in both her acting career and her career as a writer.