Amanda Schull’s Shoe Size and Body Measurements

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Biography

Amanda Schull has a small shoe size. Below is all you want to know about Amanda Schull’s body measurements, and more!

Short BioAmanda was born August 26, 1978 in Honolulu, Hawaii. She used to be a professional ballet dancer. No wonder she keeps her measurements in great condition. She also wears great dresses on public awards shows. Schull played in various TV shows, such as My Family And Me, One Tree Hill, Pretty Little Liars, and Suits. In 2015, Amanda will play Dr. Cassandra Railly on 12 Monkeys. This should be the main role, so her fans have something to look forward to.

Body Measurements Table

All body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

Body shape:Hourglass
Dress size: 8
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 36-26-37 inches (91-66-94 cm)
Shoe size (US):6
Bra size: 34B
Cup size (US):B
Height: 5’5″ (165 cm)
Weight: 133 lbs (60 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Natural

Quotes

“I think people don’t often realize how much goes into being a male dancer. It’s athletic and it’s hard. It’s not just men wearing tights, or wanting to be around women.” (Amanda Schull)

Amanda Schull

“In high school ethics, they went around and asked what everyone thought their classmates were qualified to do. For me, everyone said actress. But to me it was very much ‘if it happens, it happens.'” (Amanda Schull)

Amanda Schull

“I love to work. I know that sounds ridiculous to say because all people love to work, but I love the homework that goes into acting. I love figuring out different ways of playing a scene. I love the energy of being on set. I love not getting enough sleep because I have to wake up early in the morning.” (Amanda Schull)

Amanda Schull

“In order to dance professionally, you have to start at a young age. No matter what, your muscle structure and your bones have to be groomed from a very young age. Nobody wakes up at 17 and decides to become a ballet dancer.” (Amanda Schull)

Amanda Schull

“A lot of professional dancers become professional when they turn 15 or 16 years old, when they’re still children. So you’ve trained every single waking moment up until that point for a career that could maybe only last 10 years, maybe longer if your body holds up, if your injuries are kept at bay.” (Amanda Schull)

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