Olivia Thirlby Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Olivia Thirlby Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Biography

Olivia Thirlby has a small shoe size. Below is all you want to know about Olivia Thirlby’s body measurements, and more!

Actress Olivia Thirlby was born Olivia Jo Thirlby on October 6, 1986 in New York City, New York, to an advertising executive mother and a contractor father. She belongs to Ashkenazi Jewish and English descent. She began acting professionally in 2003, and plans to pursue a career in both theater and film. She is best known for her roles as Leah in the Oscar-winning film Juno, as Natalie in The Darkest Hour and as Judge Cassandra Anderson in Dredd. Thirlby is very beautiful lady with brown hair. Her eye color is Dark brown. She has a height of 5 feet and 4 inches which is around 163 cm.

Body Measurements Table

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

Body shape:Unknown
Dress size: 4
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 33-24-33 inches (84-61-84 cm)
Shoe size:6
Bra size: 32B
Cup size:B
Height: 5’4″ (163 cm)
Weight: 115 pounds (52 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Unknown

Quotes

I’m such a homebody. I don’t party. I don’t drink. That may be because I got it out all out of my system before I was 18.

Olivia Thirlby

I go where the material is, and I feel like I’m looking for really strong directors. That’s the key ingredient. There are some directors I would move the sun and earth for, or stop the rotation of the planets, just to work with them.

Olivia Thirlby

I don’t believe that if I came out as bisexual the world will change. But it’s really important for people to be truthful about who they are and fight for equality. We need to help the world usher itself into the next phase.

Olivia Thirlby

I feel naked without jewelry. If I’m having a bad hair day, I pick something from my huge collection of hats.

Olivia Thirlby

I don’t think I’m the world’s most die-hard sci-fi fan, but I definitely grew up watching ‘Star Trek’ religiously – all of them: the original, ‘Next Generation,’ ‘Deep Space Nine,’ ‘Voyager.’ I think sci-fi has an important place in the cinema world. Fantasy is a big part of why films actually exist.

Olivia Thirlby

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