What’s the height and weight of this splendid actor? Lisa Edelstein has an outstanding body, to be sure. Below is a list of all her known body measurements and more!
Lisa was born May 21, 1966 in Boston, Massachusetts to Jewish parents. Her professional acting career started in early nineties. She appeared on many TV shows, such as Almost Perfect, Relativity, and The West Wing. However, for her biggest role she had to yet wait. Edelstein started to playd Lisa Cuddy in 2004 on House series. Overall popularity of the show and hers character as well was skyrocketing. Although the series ended in 2011 it is still by far her most notable role. She also appeared as Rachel Mccord in 2013 in three episodes of Castle.
Body Measurements Statistics
All Lisa Edelstein’s body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.
|Breasts-Waist-Hips:||36-24-35 inches (91-61-89 cm)|
|Height:||5 Feet 6 Inches (168 cm)|
|Weight:||132 lbs (60 kg)|
|Natural breasts or implants:||—|
|Net Worth:||$10 Million|
“You know, it’s scary when you sign onto a pilot of a series because, as much as you want the series to go, you also want it to be a character that you’d be interested in playing for a long time.”
“I’ve always thrown myself into different kinds of experiences, sometimes into really bad things. But, you grow up. You become more of a woman and you know yourself. I think knowing yourself is a wonderful thing especially when you’re in your 40s and you’re kind of in your skin. Life is not so confusing anymore.”
“There are so many good roles for women out there, I don’t understand it when people say the role choices are fewer as you get older. I find the opposite to be true – there are less good roles out there for the hot 20-year-olds because the normal girl parts just aren’t interesting.”
“The roles that men and women play are no longer the standard traditional roles of way back when but are those of two very individual people living their lives. I think it’s been a hard transition in society – just take a look at the divorce rate – to figure out what that means now. How do you resolve that?”
“Well, I don’t think just because people are in a relationship that they’re happy. I don’t think relationships necessarily make people happy. You just are happy or you’re not happy.”