Emily Berrington’s Body Measurements Including Height, Weight, Dress Size, Shoe Size, Bra Size

Emily Berrington Height Weight Bra Size Body Measurements


Emily Berrington’s body measurements are all here! Check out her height, weight, shoe size, dress size, bra size and more!

Emily Berrington entered the field of on-screen acting in 2013 and within a short period of time, has gained huge popularity among the global audience. She initially wanted to become a politician but after spending some time in the field, she didn’t find it a suitable area of work for herself and decided to pursue a full-time acting career. She started with minor roles and gained early notoriety during 2014 through her appearances in film The Inbetweeners 2 and a guest role in TV series, 24: Live Another Day. In 2015, Emily began portraying the character of Niska in the science fiction series Humans which was her first main role. Her performance on the series has met with critical acclaim and led her to new work opportunities as well. As for her personal life, Emily Berrington keeps most of her off-camera activities private but according to media reports, she dated actor Ben Lloyd-Hughes in 2014.

Body Measurements Table

All body measurements you might be interested in can be found in the table below. For example height, weight and dress size.

Height168 cm, 5’ 6”
Weight55 kg, 121 pounds
Cup Size (US)A
Bra Size (US)N/A
Shoe Size (US)7
Body ShapeN/A
Dress Size (US)N/A
Breasts-Waist-Hips (Inches)N/A
Breasts-Waist-Hips (cm)N/A
Implants or Natural (Breasts)N/A


There’s a fine line between something saving you time and replacing a bit of you that could be useful. I’ve certainly become more and more aware of that.

I’ve never loved a character as much as I do Niska. The way she’s been written is so complex, with huge amounts of light and dark. It’s a really satisfying challenge to play someone who is superhuman in their intelligence and physical ability but completely naive when it comes to certain aspects of life.

I worry that if you see a row of self-checkouts, you think, ‘That all used to be jobs and real people.’

I am more on the side of humans than robots.

A standard day usually starts very early – 4.30 A.M. pick-ups and in the make-up chair by 5.30.

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