Sharon Lawrence’s Shoe Size and Body Measurements

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Biography

Sharon Lawrence has a medium shoe size. Below is all you want to know about Sharon Lawrence’s body measurements, and more!

Short Bio
Sharon was born June 29, 1961 in Charlotte, North Carolina. She has a college degree from University of North Carolina. Lawrence is married to Tom Apostle since 2002. Her notable movies include Little Black Book, The Perfect Family, and Grace. Sharon is known as Sylvia Costas from TV show NYPD Blue and Donna Stiles from Ladies Man. In 2015, she should appear on new movie Solace.

Body Measurements Table

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

Body shape:Hourglass
Dress size: 8
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 36-26-37 inches (91-66-94 cm)
Shoe size (US):8.5
Bra size: 34B
Cup size (US):B
Height: 5’ 5″ (165 cm)
Weight: 127 pounds (58 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Natural

Quotes

“I was the Chair of the WIFF Foundation, which is the philanthropic arm of Women In Film. The foundation runs the several programs including one that provide our film finishing fund. So we help women complete their films with a grant from Netflix. It’s great to be associated with award winning films like ‘Freeheld’ and ‘Circumstance’.” (Sharon Lawrence)

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“I didn’t like the ‘Survivor’ shows because of the mean-spirited aspect, and women certainly were part of whatever conflict they would create.” (Sharon Lawrence)

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“Go out there and see where the world needs your touch. That kind of meaning not only makes you feel more connected to your environment on a local scale, but also to yourself – whether you can operate from something beyond the definition that others might place on you.” (Sharon Lawrence)

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“My interest in Women in Film came from attending the Crystal Awards in 1998 where Meryl Streep and producers Gale Anne Hurd and Lucy Fisher were honored with the annual award.” (Sharon Lawrence)

Sharon Lawrence

“Women remain dramatically under-represented as characters in film when compared to their representation in the U.S. population.” (Sharon Lawrence)

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