Diane Farr Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Diane Farr Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Biography

Diane Farr has a medium shoe size. Below is all you want to know about Diane Farr’s body measurements, and more!

Diane Farr is an American actress as well as the author of two books. She is best known by the public for her roles as FBI agent Megan Reeves on the CBS show Numb3rs and Firefighter Laura Miles on Rescue Me. In addition to acting, she has written two internationally known books, The Girl Code, in 2001 and Kissing Outside the Lines, in 2011. Born on September 7, 1969 in Manhattan, New York, USA, to Patricia and Thomas E. Farr, she grew up as a Catholic and later became an atheist. She belongs to Irish and Italian descent. Since June 24, 2006, she has been married to Seung Yong Chung, with whom she has three children: a son, Beckett Mancuso and twins, Sawyer Lucia and Coco Trinity.

Body Measurements Table

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

Body shape:Slim
Dress size (US):4
Breasts-Waist-Hips: ‎32-25-35 inches (81-64-89 cm)
Shoe size (US):8
Bra size: 32B
Cup size (US):B
Height: 5′6″ (168 cm)
Weight: 121 pounds (55 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Unknown

Quotes

I look a little bit like Barbie and talk a little bit like Ken. It’s easier for me to sit in the middle of the boys’ club than to be surrounded by people concerned about getting their hair and nails done.

Diane Farr

I began auditioning for acting jobs at the ripe old age of 12. Thirty years later, including a 15-year run on television, I sometimes just get offers for work. Often, however, I am still required to run pell-mell around Los Angeles or New York, interviewing for film and TV jobs.

Diane Farr

I did not work out while I was pregnant. I felt like I was having symptoms of a heart attack every time I worked out, so I enjoyed eating like a third grader and gained 55 pounds!

Diane Farr

I used to teach acting in a maximum security men’s prison. I worked with guys with the most dysfunctional behavior problems. I probably learned more there than from my prestigious theater degree.

Diane Farr

My parents really did believe in the Golden Rule. They really did believe that all people should be treated equally. They had friends of every culture, we celebrated different holidays, but really, secretly behind it, they had no problem telling me who I couldn’t marry.

Diane Farr

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