Carly Chaikin’s Shoe Size and Body Statistics

Carly Chaikin US Shoe Size


Carly Chaikin’s shoe size can be described as tiny. All her body statistics are here!

The American actress widely recognized for her fabulous performances in the TV series Suburgatory, and Mr. Robot, Carly Chaikin made her on-screen debut in 2010 film The Consultants. She then starred alongside Miley Cyrus in the film ‘The Last Song’ but the role as Dalia Royce in the ABC sitcom Suburgatory proved to be her big-break. Her outstanding performance in the series was met with universal acclaim and led her to be nominated for several awards as well. Since then, the actress has done several more major film and television projects including a critically acclaimed TV drama series Mr. Robot in which her character is a programmer named Darlene. As for her off-camera life, Carly Chaikin hasn’t revealed many details about her relationships in order to ensure privacy but her social media activity showed that she is dating a director having Instagram account name “@dutchmayhem”.

Body Measurements Table

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

Body Measurements
Height165 cm, 5’ 4”
Weight54 kg, 119 pounds
Cup Size (US)A
Shoe Size (US)Shoe size 7
Body ShapeN/A
Dress Size (US)N/A
Breasts-Waist-Hips (Inches)


Breasts-Waist-Hips (cm)


Bra Size (US)


Implants or Natural (Breasts)N/A


One of the reasons why I love acting is my obsession with human emotion and faces and expressions – no surprise, then, that I usually end up painting faces. But I haven’t done a self-portrait. I’d be too scared.

Carly Chaikin

One of my favorite paintings I’ve done happened after I broke up with a boyfriend.

Carly Chaikin

I really love ‘America’s Next Top Model.’ I’m always tweeting about it, and people are like, ‘You need to get a life!’

Carly Chaikin

People do notice me – I’m always so surprised. When I dyed my hair blond for ‘Suburgatory,’ people would still recognize me from ‘The Last Song,’ when I had red hair, and I didn’t even recognize myself.

Carly Chaikin

I started painting at 17; I took a class at Brentwood Art Center. I thought about art school – but I’m just so not a school person.

Carly Chaikin

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