What’s the height and weight of this radiant TV actress? Kat Graham has a splendid body, to be sure. Below is a list of all her known body measurements and more!
Kat was born September 5, 1989 in Geneva, Switzerland. She has African and Jewish (from Russia and Poland) ancestry. Garaham became famous as singer, actress, and dancer. Obviously she’s not just hot but also talented in many ways. Her notable movies include 17 Again, Honey 2, and Dance Fu. In 2014, Graham will be starring as Diamond in the new movie Addicted. A lot of people know her also as beautiful with Bonnie Bennett on TV series The Vampire Diaries. She’s currently dating Cottrell Guidry and the couple is already engaged.
She was raised in Los Angeles. Her father Joseph was a music executive. She was once engaged to Cottrell Guidry but the couple split before they wed.
She had her first television role in the hit Disney series Lizzie McGuire, starring Hilary Duff.
Check out these pictures of Kat Graham. What an awesome body!
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.
|157 cm, 5'1" (feet & inches)
|56 kg, 123 pounds
|Cup Size (US)
|Bra Size (US)
|Shoe Size (US)
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|Implants or Natural (Breasts)
Kat Graham Net Worth
The net worth of Kat Graham is not available right now.
"People automatically assume that because you're an actor, you're a blank canvas 24/7. But I can't wear what everyone else wears. If I went to an audition, I'd wear what the character would wear, but the moment I'm done with the audition or done filming, I go back into my high-waisteds."Kat Graham
"I'm somebody who doesn't believe in conforming to maybe whatever is on the radio."Kat Graham
"I like darker, mysterious scents and things that reflect my personality."Kat Graham
"I'd really like to work with Gwen Stefani and Cee Lo."Kat Graham
"There's a common misconception that you don't need SPF during the grey winter months, but it's so important to protect skin from UVA/UVB rays year-round."Kat Graham