Hollywood beauty Kim Cattrall has been working in the entertainment industry for many years now and she still looks as beautiful as ever, so much so that it is hard to believe that she is turning 60 years old this year, and it is also hard to believe that she is still single. Kim has been talking about her love life and she has revealed how she would love to have a British love sweep her off her feet.
Cattrall was a guest on the UK morning television show Good Morning Britain, when she said about her search for a new man, "I do like (British guys)," before then going on to joke, "He has to have a driver's licence, that's for sure, and maybe have bad eyesight in the morning." We are sure there are plenty of British men out there who fit the bill.
As far as her acting career is concerned, while Kim Cattrall will forever be remembered for the hit series Sex and the City, she does also have some new projects lined up, including the new series Sensitive Skin. In the new show, Kim plays the role of Davina Jackson and she has admitted that she wanted to make it as realistic as possible and do what was needed for the role.
Cattrall added, "I remember when we were doing Sensitive Skin and I said, 'Of course I'd like camera tests because I want the best angles'. But they said to me when were finished, 'Well we can do a digital wipe now and get rid of all the wrinkles'. And I said, 'No, no, no - stop! That's what this show is about!' I want people to see that this character has lived as I have lived."
She continued, "It's part of the journey that I have had, you know, and I want to continue to look good and feel good, but also the stories that I'm telling are about ageing - but about ageing in a positive way, not in a negative way. What is the story? People talk about women as fine wines, which is all well and good, but there's so much more to it than that. So much more interesting and complex."
Following a successful first season of the show, Sensitive Skin is now preparing for its second season, which is expected to premiere later in the year.