Michaela Coel’s Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Michaela Coel Feet Size and Measurements


Michaela Coel has a medium shoe size. Below is all you want to know about Michaela Coel’s body measurements and other interesting facts!

Poet, singer-songwriter, and actress who wrote the play Chewing Gum Dreams, which was soon-after awarded the Alfred Fagon Award. It later became a television series, Chewing Gum, in which she starred in and won the Best Female Comedy Performance in the British Academy Television Awards.

She trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, England.

In 2016 she appeared in several episodes of the E4 series The Aliens and the same year appeared in Netflix’s series Black Mirror. In 2021, she became the first Black woman to win an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special for her work on I May Destroy You.

She and her older sister were raised by her mother.

She appeared alongside Bryce Dallas Howard in the series Black Mirror.

Michaela Coel Feet
Looking good: The TV actress has never failed to impress. She looks amazing while showing off her glorious body.

Body Measurements Table

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

Body Measurements
Height165 cm, 5’4” (feet & inches)
Weight56.5 kg, 125 pounds
Cup Size (US)N/A
Shoe Size (US)8
Body ShapeN/A
Dress Size (US)N/A
Breasts-Waist-Hips (Inches)N/A
Breasts-Waist-Hips (cm)N/A
Bra Size (US)N/A
Implants or Natural (Breasts)N/A


"I definitely believe in spirituality. I like to pray, but I'm not praying to something that I can define; I'm just speaking because I know it does have an effect."

Michaela Coel

"Women are tired of 'presenting' themselves; we just want to be who we are."

Michaela Coel

"Men are trained to like this version of womanhood, and when someone comes along smashing the table and messing up the party, it's a bit like, 'Get out; why are you disturbing the peace?'"

Michaela Coel

"We live in this era where we really enjoy being offended, although only on the Internet. I don't know how beneficial it is. I wonder if we live in an age where we don't have power, yet somehow feel we have virtual power. But I feel like it's a distraction from real life."

Michaela Coel

"It strikes me as odd that we've made journeys with our social conditioning in certain areas, but not in others. The world is always changing; discoveries in technology and science relentlessly expose our dearest values as fictions."

Michaela Coel

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