Katie Holmes on Dawson’s Creek reunion and surprising career before acting

Katie Holmes remained coy when asked about the possibility of a Dawson's Creek reuinion.

The 40-year old actress revealed there might be one on the cards, but refused to confirm or deny it.

"I don't know!", she insisted.

The star was appearing on Australian breakfast radio show Fitzy & Wippa on station Nova 96.9, where she also admitted she once had a very different job.

Laughing, she told the hosts that her first and not-so glamorous job was mowing people's lawns.

When quizzed on how she managed to manoeuvre large lawn mowers when she is so petite, she replied: "Well… it's doable!"


Though she wouldn't open up on the specifics of a Dawson's Creek reunion, she did reveal it's highly requested by fans.

"We all get asked that quite often which is so flattering because we had such a great time making the show and it meant and it meant a lot to us when we were making it", she said.

"We have such fond memories and it’s amazing and quite surreal to be a part of something that has affected people all over the world."

The cast reunited last year for a photoshoot, an experience Katie called "great fun".

Kerr Smith, Meredith Monroe, Katie Holmes, Michelle Williams, Busy Philipps, James Van Der Beek, Mary Beth Peil, and Joshua Jackson were photographed for Entertainment Weekly.

Katie added that they still keep in touch, having worked together from 1998 to 2003.

The show was a fictional teen drama which followed a group of friends in high school, and later in college.

It launched the careers of the actors, some of whom went on to become huge Hollywood superstars.

Katie told Stellar magazine earlier this month: "I’m thrilled that people are fans.

"I’m just so grateful that people still remember and that they enjoy watching because we really enjoyed making it."

Katie shares 13-year-old daughter Suri with her ex husband Tom Cruise , who she divorced in 2012.

She was dating actor Jamie Foxx , but they split up earlier this year.

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