Kate Winslet's no nudity vow
Kate Winslet, who has stripped off in several of her films, insists she will never bare all on screen again.
Kate Winslet won't appear naked in a film again.
The actress - who is nude for most of her scenes in Holocaust drama 'The Reader' - doesn't want to strip off in front of the cameras for anymore roles.
She said "I don't think I will get naked in a movie again. I can't keep getting away with it and I don't want to become 'that actress who always gets her kit off'.
The 33-year-old star - who has two children Mia, eight, and five-year-old Joe - has appeared nude in 10 films, including 'Titanic', 'Hamlet' and 'Little Children'.
Despite her vow, Kate - who is nominated for Best Actress at the Academy Awards on Sunday (22.02.09) - previously claimed will only bare all if it enhances a scene.
She said I've always felt, because I have done a lot of nudity, very fortunate to have really and truly believed in those relationships and those very intimate moments.
"In every single case I feel that any level of nudity in the films that I've been a part of has been absolutely relevant and has actually really enhanced the story."
Kate's penchant for celluloid stripping hasn't gone unnoticed by her fellow actresses.
Halle Berry - who flashed her flesh for her Oscar-winning role in 'Monster's Ball' - said "Kate Winslet is always naked, sitting on a toilet, or running buck naked. I want to be the kind of actress who can really be comfortable with my body like that.