There’s something smashing about Annette Bening and her body. All of the actor’s known body measurements are summarized below!Annette Bening is an actress known for roles in the films The Grifters, Being Julia, Bugsy, American Beauty, Valmont, and The Kids Are All Right. She is also famous for her portrayal of Sydney Ellen Wade in The American President, Dorothea Fields in 20th Century Women, and Deirdre Burroughs in Running with Scissors. Born Annette Francine Bening in Topeka, Kansas, she is the youngest of four children of Shirley, a soloist and church singer, and Arnett Grant Bening, an insurance salesman. She is of German, English, Irish and Welsh descent and has two brothers named Brad and Byron Bening, and one sister named Jane Bening. She married Warren Beatty in March 1992. They have four children: Benjamin, Kathlyn, Isabel, and Ella. She was previously married to choreographer J. Steven White from 1984 to 1991.
Body Measurements Statistics
All Annette Bening’s body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.
|34-23-33 inches (86-59-84 cm)
|5 Feet 6 Inches (169 cm)
|141 lbs (64 kg)
|Natural breasts or implants:
It’s kind of a mystery to me, as far as my own life experiences and what I’ve witnessed – why some people can just move on through traumatic experiences, in childhood particularly, and why other people are just paralyzed by it. I just don’t know how and why that is.Annette Bening
Every person’s opinion, in a way, does matter.Annette Bening
I have perfected the art of putting my feet on my husband’s lap during awards ceremonies so he can rub them.Annette Bening
Right now, I love the fact that I have so many opportunities, but I know this privileged position cannot last. That doesn’t mean that I’ll stop working. I picture myself as an old actress doing cameos in films with people saying: ‘Isn’t that that Bening woman?’Annette Bening
Getting all dressed up and putting on fancy clothes – all of that’s a great thing, but oddly, it doesn’t really have a lot to do with acting most of the time.Annette Bening