Gregg Sulkin’s Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Gregg Sulkin Shoe Size

Biography

Gregg Sulkin’s shoe size can be described as gorgeous. All his body statistics are here!

Gregg Sulkin made his on-screen acting debut with a role in the 2002 mini-series, Doctor Zhivago. His rise to international stardom first began with the 2006 film Sixty Six and followed by the Disney Channel comedy series Wizards of Waverly Place and As the Bell Rings. While the actor has remained active in both film and television industries since then, but the latter continues to be the major reason behind his overall success. In recent years, some of his most well-recognized work has come in TV series like Faking It and Runaways. With his acting career on a steady rise, Gregg’s future in the entertainment industry seems to be very promising. Now moving from his professional career towards his personal life, Gregg Sulkin has remained in short-lived relationships with several women over the years which includes well-known celebrities like Debby Ryan, Pixie Lott, Michelle Randolph, and Bella Thorne.

Body Measurements Table

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

Body Measurements
Height178 cm, 5’ 10”
Weight73 kg, 161 pounds
Shoe Size (US)unknown
Body ShapeN/A

Quotes

Ever since I was young, I played sports.

Gregg Sulkin

I know when I have kids, when I’m older, I’m going to encourage them to play sports because I think it teaches you a lot. It teaches you discipline, teamwork, and that there’s really no ‘I’ in team.

Gregg Sulkin

The Jewish community is all about love and family, which is the most important thing in my life, too.

Gregg Sulkin

I love sports, and when I was playing soccer, I was always trying to be the leader on the team and the one who takes control.

Gregg Sulkin

If I had any advice to give people, it would be to relax; never treat an audition like an emergency. There will be plenty more in your career. If you think you messed up, you probably didn’t. And if you did mess up, it’s not the end of the world.

Gregg Sulkin

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