Kim Cattrall: 'I'd never do reality TV'
Kim Cattrall would not like to appear in her own reality TV show because she likes to hold some things back from people
Kim Cattrall would never star in a reality TV show about her life.
The 'Sex and the City' actress - who previously took part in 'Who Do You Think You Are?', which looked into the back-story of her family - is not impressed with the bevy of young stars who think they need to tell everyone about their lives and would not do it herself.
She said: "It's shocking what people will do. Their lives are completely open books, and I think, 'Please, is there nothing you want to hold back?' It doesn't get me angry, I just wonder about it."
Kim, 55, played feisty PR woman Samantha Jones in all six TV series and two movies based on 'Sex and the City' with co-stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis and Cynthia Nixon, and she admits she would like to see more roles such as those on the TV.
She added to Stylist magazine: "I want to make television and films for women like me, dealing with themes that women my age are going through, such as loneliness and wanting to feel that you're still part of things.
"There are a lot of women, especially of my generation, who are very powerful but didn't have kids or aren't married and that's where friends are very important. That was the big success of 'Sex and the City', women coming together as family."