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Elizabeth Debicki’s Height, Weight, Body Measurements, and Biography

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Bio

Elizabeth Debicki has a banana shaped body. Below is all her body measurements including height, weight, shoe size, dress size, bra size and more!

Elizabeth was born August 1990 in Paris, France but her family moved to Melbourne when she was only a kid. Her ancestry is Polish and Irish. She has college degree in Drama from Victorian College of the Arts at University of Melbourne. Debicki started with acting in 2011 with smaller roles but relatively fast gained the attention. 2015 is a real breakthrough year for her since she’ll be playing in severa movies, including The Man from U.N.C.L.E., The Kettering Incident, and Everest. Elizabeth’s tall slim figure reminds us of Nicole Kidman, another Australian beauty that made it to Hollywood.

Body Measurements Statistics

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

Body shape: Banana
Dress size: 6
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 35-25-36 inches (89-64-91 cm)
Shoe size: 11
Bra size: 34A
Cup size: A
Height: 6′ 3″ (190 cm)
Weight: 133 lbs (60 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Natural

Quotes

It was quite a thespian – ‘thespy’ – sort of household. My mum had a dance school, and my dad now works in a theatre, so I spent a lot of time going to see dance as a young child – it was just a part of who we were.

I was a dancer from a young age. My parents were dancers; we were taken to a lot of ballet as children. It occurred to me that what I liked more than dancing the steps was acting the story of whatever particular performance I was taking part in.

I guess the bigger you dream, the further you have to fall if you don’t get it, so it can be a bit of a scary thing to be that ambitious.

Sometimes I have a nervous breakdown over my suitcase – over socks – because your brain just goes, ‘I just can’t pack again. I can’t.’ You’re looking at your suitcase going, ‘I’m in five countries in two weeks, and it’s four different seasons.’ That’s when my brain melts.

That world of spies and espionage, there’s a coldness to it. That’s what makes those worlds fascinating – and what makes le Carre’s work so interesting.