Kristin Davis is attracted to men who work for charities
The single actress is part of the Oxfam Kenya Appeal - the charity`s largest ever appeal for people to help relieve the food crisis facing more than 12 million people across Ethiopia, Somalia and Kenya - as charity work is a very important part of her life, and something she`d like to see in a potential partner.
She told huffingtonpost.co.uk: "You don`t get to pick where you`re born. I`ve worked hard all my life, and I`ve had a lot of luck too. We love what we do, and then we get paid a ridiculous amount for it.
"I can`t speak for others - lots of people in my industry do charity work privately, so it takes different forms. I personally feel it is my responsibility, but that comes from my upbringing, where both my parents did voluntary work, so I thought everyone just did.
"So I wouldn`t judge anyone for not doing charity, but I don`t know that I would date them either."
Kristin - who plays Charlotte York in `Sex and the City` - also told how her work in Tanzania, which she recently visited to help the relief effort, helps put things like fame and celebrity in perspective.
The 46-year-old star added: "It`s very easy to get sucked into the intense, tabloid world and be stressed out by it, and then I get to see the reality of how so many people live, which puts it all in perspective.
"What do I care if someone doesn`t like my outfit? What do I care if my shoes are the wrong colour? So it`s been super-helpful for me as a person."