Maiara Walsh’s Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Maiara Walsh Shoe Size and Body Measurements


Maiara Walsh’s shoe size can be described as medium. The TV actress’ body measurements are summarized in the table below!

Maiara Walsh is a Brazilian American actress and singer. She is best known for her roles as Meena Paroom in the Disney Channel sitcom Cory in the House, Ana Solis in the sixth season of the ABC show Desperate Housewives, and as Simone Sinclair in the ABC Family series Switched at Birth. Walsh has also appeared in such films as The Prankster, General Education, The Starving Games, Vanish, and Babysplitters. Born Maiara Kylior Walsh on February 18, 1988 in Seattle, Washington, to a Brazilian mother and American father, Maiara and her family moved to Sao Paulo, Brazil when she was two years old. At eleven, she moved to Simi Valley, California, to pursue her acting career. Maiara made her film debut in Lullabye Before I Wake (2008).

Body Measurements Table

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

Body Measurements
Height165 cm, 5’4” (feet & inches)
Weight56 kg, 123 pounds
Cup Size (US)B
Shoe Size (US)8
Body ShapeN/A
Dress Size (US)4
Breasts-Waist-Hips (Inches)34-25-35
Breasts-Waist-Hips (cm)86-64-89
Bra Size (US)32B
Implants or Natural (Breasts)N/A


"My number one thing is to recycle everything from newspaper to aluminum cans, and I even use a canvas bag instead of the plastic ones when I go to the grocery store."

Maiara Walsh

"My mom's Brazilian, so she and I definitely grew up with different perspectives. I was born in America, and she's from Brazil, so we have different ways of doing things. There's a bit of culture clash there."

Maiara Walsh

"Professionally, I really respect Natalie Portman - her career choices, actually going for stuff with substance."

Maiara Walsh

"With any kind of mean girl, or anyone who bullies anyone, there's always a reason for it. There is that sadness in them or insecurity that makes them feel like they need to act out or hurt other people."

Maiara Walsh

"Middle school was probably my hardest time. I was trying to fit in for so long, until about junior year of high school when I realized that trying to fit into this one image of perfection was never going to make me happy."

Maiara Walsh

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