Ruth Jones has ruled out another series of Gavin And Stacey - and said a US version may not happen either.

The Welsh actress starred in and co-wrote the hit BBC comedy show, which ran for three series and last aired on New Year's Day 2010, and according to recent reports a Stateside version is imminent.

But Ruth said: "Right, I'm going to go on the record with this. There is not even a (US) pilot being made. A script's been commissioned, might not even go to pilot and it's the third time it's happened and I have no idea why all of a sudden it's all over the press.

"NBC had a script made of it, ABC had a script and it was going to pilot it and then dropped it and now Fox have commissioned a script and that's all."

She went on: "And I read in the press apparently I'm making five million pounds. Can I just go on record as saying I am not making five million pounds. So to all my family and friends who think they might be getting a really nice Christmas present this year sorry, nada, isn't going to happen...

"All I want to do is stamp out this idea that there's going to be American Gavin And Stacey. I mean it could happen but then I could win the lottery. It's literally like that at the moment."

Ruth - now who stars in Sky1 comedy drama Stella - also insisted there would be no revival of the UK version.

"There is going to be no more Gavin And Stacey," she said.