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Cattrall Dee-lighted with new nod
Kim Cattrall has an awards nod for her animated TV role
Kim Cattrall has received her second nomination at the Canadian Screen Awards.
The Sex And The City star is up for best performance in an animated programme or series for her role as flamboyant talk-show host Dee on the TVtropolis comedy Producing Parker for the second time.
"Dee's so unabashedly selfish and maniacal with a voracious appetite for success. She's a delicious monster," she told the Toronto Star.
Sandra Oh, Alan Thicke and Kristin Kreuk have been added to present at the ceremony, which takes place on March 2, alongside Jay Baruchel, Catherine O'Hara, Genevieve Bujold, Sara Canning, Kristin Lehman and Canadian Heritage Minister James Moore.
Comedy star Martin Short will host the awards show, which honours the best in Canadian film and television and combines what was previously known as the Genie and Gemini awards.
The awards will take place at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto.
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