Kim Cattrall: 'There's a headstone with my name on it in Liverpool'

Kim Cattrall loved filming the BBC’s new Agatha Christie drama – because it took her back to Liverpool.

The ex Sex In The City star, 60, filmed The Witness For The Prosecution in the city, where she was born and spent the first few months of her life before returning, aged 11.

She told the Daily Mirror she wants to be laid to rest in the city.

“It’s where I went to school as a kid. It was a very enriching, life-altering experience going back there. It’s where I want to go and rest when this fantastic ride is over – I feel biblical about it,” she told the newspaper.

“There is a headstone waiting with my name, my birthdate and then a dash and space for the date of my death.

“It’s a family grave and there is space left for me.”

She said going back to the city brought back memories of her father Dennis, who died four years ago after suffering Alzheimer’s disease.

“I’m concerned about Alzheimer’s disease. It took my father. But that’s your DNA,” she said.

“It’s part of life. And I’m trying not to be so fear-based.”

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