All About Catherine Tate: Height, Weight, Bio, and More

Catherine Tate


What’s the height and weight of this extraordinary TV actress? Catherine Tate has a mesmerizing body, to be sure. Below is a list of all her known body measurements and more!

Catherine was born 5 May 1968 in Bloomsbury, London, UK. This charismatic redhead is known from various movies and TV shows. You might saw her in The Catherine Tate Show, Doctor Who, or The Office. In 2014, Tate played Sophie O’Donnell on Nativity 3: Dude, Where’s My Donkey? Catherine was dating stage manager Twig Clark but the couple broke up in 2011. They have one daughter, Erin.

She based her character of Margaret, who would be spooked by the smallest of sounds, on her mother, Josephine. She and her then boyfriend, Twig Clark, welcomed a daughter in 2003.

She starred opposite David Tennant, the tenth Doctor, on Dr. Who.

Catherine Tate Height Measurements Age
Looking good: The star has never failed to impress. She looks amazing while showing off her stunning body.

Body Measurements Statistics

All Catherine Tate’s body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

Body shape:Round
Dress size:12
Breasts-Waist-Hips:41-28-39 inches (104-71-99 cm)
Shoe size:8
Bra size:36E
Cup size:E
Height:5 Feet 6 Inches (170 cm)
Weight:175 lbs (79.5 kg)
Natural breasts or implants:
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Writing’ always means ‘not writing’ to me because I will do anything to put it off. I think this is mainly because writing anything down and then handing it over to a third party – especially in comedy – is such an exposing act that you naturally want to delay the process.

Catherine Tate

Nothing is ever going to be as important or as exciting as a baby. Everyone has their highs and lows, but if you’ve got that one constant in your life – in my case, a baby – the highs are never going to be as big, and the lows are never going to be as bad.

Catherine Tate

I like doing both TV and live stuff, though it’s nice to mix it up.

Catherine Tate

Because I was a shy and awkward child, I used humour to deflect attention. It was a controlling mechanism. Because I could use it to control my image.

Catherine Tate

I will absolutely say that whatever job I was asked to do, whatever schedule I was asked to work, it is never going to be as hard as looking after a child.

Catherine Tate