Kim Kardashian thinks she has an "annoying" voice.

The 43-year-old reality star made her first steps into acting with a role in 'American Horror Story: Delicate' and she's already got another part lined up in another show being developed by Ryan Murphy, so she hopes she gets to adopt a different accent for the project because she hates the way she sounds.

Asked if she would do an accent by Chloe Sevigny for Variety's Actors on Actors series, she said: "I would be open to it, especially because I find my voice is so just distinct and annoying."

Chloe replied: "Don’t we all find our voices annoying? But yeah, because people know you — I mean, they know the way you move, the way you talk, because you’ve been on camera for so long. Trying to hide within a character must pose a different set of challenges."

For her role as publicist Siobhan in 'American Horror Story', Kim sought inspiration from her sister Kourtney Kardashian Barker, but on seeing her scenes again, she wasn't surprised when people thought she'd been channeling her mom, Kris Jenner.

She said: "It’s funny, I was really channeling my sister Kourtney and someone that I work with. And everyone, when it came out, they were like, 'That is Kris Jenner all the way.'

"And I was like, 'I guess I had that preparation already, but it’s not what I was thinking.' But I so see it now."

Kim's family previously featured as characters in 'American Crime Story: The People Vs. O.J. Simpson', with David Schwimmer portraying the brunette beauty's late father, O.J's friend and lawyer Robert Kardashian.

The Skims founder was amazed at just how showrunner Ryan had got so many tiny details right.

Asked what she thought of the show, Kim said: "I loved it. Some people were over and they hadn’t seen it — I watched it years and years ago — and I wanted to see if my recollection was right on the portrayal of my dad.

"I thought it was just done so well.

"I remember asking Ryan, who were your sources? Because that was my dad’s exact bracelet. That was our home! They actually rented the home that we grew up in at that period of time.

"Little things were wrong, but minimal.

"But it was just fascinating to watch and see it from a different perspective, especially now, since I’m in law school. Seeing it from a legal point of view is just fascinating."

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