Kim Cattrall Doesn't Regret Slamming Sarah Jessica Parker in 2018

by Kevin Schattenkirk

EDGE Media Network Contributor

Wednesday September 23, 2020

Cynthia Nixon, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall and Kristin Davis in 2008
Cynthia Nixon, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall and Kristin Davis in 2008  (Source:AP Photo/Peter Kramer, AP)

Actress Kim Cattrall has no regrets about slamming former "Sex and the City" co-star Sarah Jessica Parker on social media, US Magazine reports.

In an interview with the Los Angeles Times on Monday, Cattrall said:

"Everything is on Google, so I encourage you to Google it, about anything that I've said. I feel that that was then, and when I look at what's going on around me, I just don't have any regrets."

The public incident in question took place in 2018, after Cattrall's brother Chris died. Parker, who allegedly had only been in sporadic private contact with Cattrall, expressed her condolences in a comment on an Instagram post (commenting and viewing comments are currently disabled):

"Dearest Kim, my love and condolences to you and yours and Godspeed to your beloved brother. Xx."

Cattrall responded publicly to Parker with a separate Instagram post:


This particular incident followed years of talk that the "Sex and the City" cast did not have the connection off-screen that their character did on-screen. Just a year earlier, in 2017, Cattrall said to Piers Morgan that Parker 'could have been nicer... I don't know what her issue is, I never have." While Cattrall has consistently maintained the working atmosphere on the set of the series and the films was problematic, Parker's public statements about the cast's relationship have contradicted Cattrall's.

Parker told Howard Stern in 2016, "Was every day perfect? No, but this is a family of people who needed each other. This sort of narrative, this ongoing catfight... it used to really confound me and really upset me."

Kevin Schattenkirk is an ethnomusicologist and pop music aficionado.

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