Iliza Shlesinger has a medium shoe size. Below is all you want to know about Iliza Shlesinger’s body measurements, and more!
Iliza was born on February 22, 1983 in Dallas, Texas. She used to date NHL player Jamie McLennan. Her first comedy album War Paint was released in 2013 and created a lot of fuzz thanks to it’s daring cover. You can see not only a lot from natural shape of Iliza’s breasts but also her perfect flat toned stomach. Shlesinger works out a lot and likes to pose gym selfies of her belly abs online so this part of her body is well known to her fans. Iliza has also long hot legs that unfortunately didn’t make it tu the cover that ends just a little bit lower than panties should start.
Body Measurements Table
All body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.
|Breasts-Waist-Hips:||37-27-37 inches (94-69-94 cm)|
|Shoe size (US):||7.5|
|Cup size (US):||C|
|Height:||5’ 8″ (173 cm)|
|Weight:||139 pounds (63 kg)|
|Natural breasts or implants:||Natural|
“My mother always told me that you should have one room in your house where you celebrate all of your achievements. You shouldn’t have them spread throughout.” (Iliza Shlesinger)Iliza Shlesinger
“At a certain point, I had so much artwork that I decided to respect the art and present them in a nice way, not just on a dusty shelf.” (Iliza Shlesinger)Iliza Shlesinger
“I believe in having a neat workspace because everything else in my life is so unpredictable, and my mind is so crowded – I wake up with commercials from the ’90s blaring in my head. I try to give myself a fighting chance by having an organized workspace.” (Iliza Shlesinger)Iliza Shlesinger
“I’ve had girls that kissed me on the cheek. People get so pumped, and so excited, they don’t see you as a person. Which is fair. Sometimes, I don’t see people as people. But at the end of the day, you can’t put your hands on me unless I hug you first.” (Iliza Shlesinger)Iliza Shlesinger
“I really wanted to do a deep-dive into the idea that women are always called ‘crazy,’ and we are painted with such broad strokes because it’s so easy to stereotype women and write them off. I got tired of that, and I wanted to explain: We are not crazy. There’s a method to our madness.” (Iliza Shlesinger)Iliza Shlesinger