Jessica Biel’s Body Measurements Including Height, Weight, Dress Size, Shoe Size, Bra Size

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Biography

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

Jessica was born born March 3, 1982 in Ely, Minnesota. She studied 3 semesters at Tufts University in Massachusetts but left before receiving a Bachelor degree. She was taking a screenwriting course there. Biel showed her figure completely nude several times. For example in Gear magazine photoshoot and in Powder Blue movie, where she played a stripper. It raised every time a discussion, whether her breasts are real or if she has breast implants. Yes, it’s perfectly shaped and firm, but we believe that her bust is natural and not a result of some surgeon with superior skills.

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:Inverted triangle
Dress size: 2
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 36-25-35 inches (91-63-89 cm)
Shoe size:9
Bra size: 36C
Cup size:6
Height: 5’7″ (170 cm)
Weight: 121 lbs (55 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Natural

Quotes

I was skeptical about doing Texas Chainsaw at first because it’s such a cult classic. I’d seen some of the sequels and was not a fan of those.

I definitely had dolls when I was a kid. I don’t remember being very thorough with them and making sure they got fed in my make-believe world. A lot of Barbie haircuts were given, though. I had a Tamagotchi as well, but I think that thing died really quick. They were hard to do!

It’s not my plan or whatever in my life to be a sex symbol. It never is. You are who you are, but you can’t help what you look like. And when you do a film, like for me, it’s just not about that. I would prefer to downplay it. I prefer to downplay the sex appeal.

My Barbies were usually naked. Once, I took their heads off, cut their hair, drew on their short, spiky hair with some markers, then stuck the heads on Christmas lights. Every year, we’d string our tree with those Barbie heads. It looked demonic. My parents were so cool – they saw it as a form of self-expression.

I’m not squeamish at all. As a child I dragged a dead squirrel home on my skateboard and cut it open and tried to look at its brain.

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