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Debi Mazar’s Height, Weight, Body Measurements, Biography

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Bio

Debi Mazar has a hourglass shaped body. Below is all her body measurements including height, weight, shoe size, dress size, bra size and more!

Debi was born August 13, 1964 in Queens, New York. Young Mazar worked various job including dental assistant and jewelry sales person. In 1980s, Mayar got her first roles and her acting career started to speed up. You migh remember her from Money For Nothing, Space Truckers, L.A. Law, and Working.

Body Measurements Statistics

All body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

Height: 5’ 5” (165 cm)
Weight: 121 pounds (55 kg)
Body shape: Hourglass
Dress size: 6
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 35-25-36 inches (89-64-91 cm)
Shoe size: 7
Bra size: 34C
Cup size: C
Breast implants or natural?: Natural

Quotes

“The kitchen is the heart of every home, for the most part. It evokes memories of your family history.” (Debi Mazar)

“My mom had me at 16 and took me every place she went. I remember going on peace marches. She tried to take me to Woodstock – it was pouring rain. It was on my birthday, and I was crying so much in the car they turned the car around and dumped me at my grandmother’s house… I had a little attitude.” (Debi Mazar)

“On the morning of Thanksgiving, I would wake up to the home smelling of all good things, wafting upstairs to my room. I would set the table with the fancy silverware and china and hope that my parents and grandmother wouldn’t have the annual Thanksgiving fight about Richard Nixon.” (Debi Mazar)

“Thanksgiving was always a favorite holiday for me. The preparation was fun! My grandma and I would walk to the butcher on Jamaica Avenue in Queens, order the bird, and buy all the fixings at the market.” (Debi Mazar)

“I grew up on food stamps. I come from a very humble background. And I’ve had many friends that have been destitute – you know, running into trouble – and places like The Midnight Mission have given them hope and have fed them and gotten them back on the right path.” (Debi Mazar)