Laila Robins’ Height, Weight, Body Measurements, Biography

Laila Robins Height Weight Body Measurements


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

Laila was born March 14, 1959 in St. Paul, Minnesota. She studied at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and even at the prestigious Yale School of Drama.  Robins has been starring in numerous movies but our favorite is probably The Blood Oranges from 1997 where 38 years old Laila appeared in a daring beach scene. In 2019, Robins played for example in The Blacklist and The Handmaid’s Tale.Robins is currently in a long-term relationship with Robert Cuccioli since 2000. Her boyfriend is a fellow actor.

Body Measurements Statistics

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

Height: 5’ 7” (170 cm)
Weight: 129 pounds (59 kg)
Body shape: Banana
Dress size: 6
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 35-26-36 inches (89-66-91 cm)
Shoe size: 7.5
Bra size: 36A
Cup size: A
Breast implants or natural?: Natural


“A lot of my training is in classical theatre; I’ve done a lot of classical plays in New York and also at the Guthrie and here and there across the country.” (Laila Robins)

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“One day, when I was 33, I shifted. I suddenly saw acting as a higher calling. I understood that my goal was to serve the play. And I realized if an actor can make audiences’ hearts resonate or make them question their values – that’s an important thing to do!” (Laila Robins)

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“I often feel that when people have affairs, it has more to do with something they’re searching for in themselves than anything else.” (Laila Robins)

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“I’ve paid my dues in the classical trenches.” (Laila Robins)

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“Because I was from the Midwest and untrained, I was completely open and ready to try anything. Many of my classmates were cynical and jaded; some already had conservatory training, and they were there simply to get that Yale stamp of approval, which they saw as a career stepping-stone.” (Laila Robins)

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