Amandla Stenberg’s Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Amandla Stenberg Shoe Size


Amandla Stenberg has small feet. Below is all you want to know about Amandla Stenberg’s body measurements and more!

The American actress Amandla Stenberg first rose to international stardom through her role as Rue in the 2012 blockbuster, The Hunger Games. Her professional career began as a child model after developing the interest in acting; she decided to pursue a full-time career in the entertainment industry. Amandla’s feature film debut came with Colombiana in 2011 but it was her critically acclaimed performance in the 2012 hit, The Hunger Games that proved to be the big break of her on-screen career. Since doing so, she has remained pretty active in both film and television industries, earning further notable credits with The Darkest Minds, Mr. Robinson and Everything, Everything. As for the private life of the actress, Amandla Stenberg came out as a gay in 2018 after starting dating singer King Princess.

Body Measurements Table

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

Body Measurements
Height160 cm, 5’ 3”
Weight51 kg, 112 pounds
Cup Size (US)Unknown
Shoe Size (US)Shoe size 7
Body ShapeN/A
Dress Size (US)N/A
Breasts-Waist-Hips (Inches)33-26-34
Breasts-Waist-Hips (cm)84-66-86
Bra Size (US)Unknown
Implants or Natural (Breasts)N/A


"I know when I used to chemically straighten mine, I did it because I wasn't comfortable with my natural hair. I thought it was too poofy, too kinky. So for me, personally, when I started wearing it natural, it felt like I was blossoming because I was letting go of all the dead hair and all the parts of me that had rejected my natural state."

Amandla Stenberg

"I think 'The Hunger Games' has a really powerful message about survival, and sacrificing for the ones you love. It's almost like a warning for us to not lose touch of our humanity. We live in a world in which we watch other's misfortunes for entertainment."

Amandla Stenberg

"I'm lucky because the most dangerous thing that could happen to me is that someone will say something mean on a computer screen miles away, and so I feel like if that's all that I'm facing, then why would I not use my platform to talk about things?"

Amandla Stenberg

"I think that, as a black girl, you grow up internalizing all these messages that say you shouldn't accept your hair or your skin tone or your natural features or that you shouldn't have a voice or that you aren't smart."

Amandla Stenberg

"I often find myself in situations where I am the token black person. It can feel like this enormous weight."

Amandla Stenberg

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