Fionnula Flanagan’s Body Measurements Including Height, Weight, Dress Size, Shoe Size, Bra Size

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Fionnula Flanagan is an Irish actress and political activist. She is known for her roles in television, such as Brotherhood, Rich Man, Poor Man, How the West Was Won, Paddywhackery, and Lost, and in the films James Joyce’s Women, Transamerica, The Guard, The Others, and Waking Ned. For her performance in Walking Ned, she was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award. Born Fionnghuala Manon Flanagan on December 10, 1941 in Dublin, Ireland, she is the eldest of five children of Rosanna and Terence Niall Flanagan. Fionnula was raised speaking both English and Irish, and studied acting at the renowned Abbey Theatre. She was married to Garrett O’Connor from 1991 to 1995 (his death).

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.

Body shape:Average
Dress size: 8
Breasts-Waist-Hips: N/A inches Size: cm)
Shoe size:8
Bra size: N/A
Cup size (US):A
Height: 5′2″ (157 cm)
Weight: 121 pounds (55 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Unknown

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I’m Irish and always will be, but America has taught me so much. Maybe it’s here in the U.S. that we find a healing, for in the broader melting pot we get to look at some of these self-destructive attributes that we bring to bear upon our own quarrels and begin to solve them in ways other than just splitting apart.

When I first came to Hollywood, I could not break into movies.

People think we are such great talkers, but there is so much silence in Ireland about certain issues.

I think Irish women are strong as horses, incredibly loyal and for the most part, funny, witty, bright and optimistic in the face of devastating reality.

The image of Ireland is projected as a male image in the acting world, similar to the way that the word of Ireland is male dominated.

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