Marlee Matlin’s Height, Weight, Body Measurements, Biography

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Marlee Matlin has a sizzling body and is an inspiration to many. Being the star of the red carpet means people will be interested in the actor’s body measurements. Luckily we have summarized all body measurements below!

Marlee Matlin is an Academy Award winning American actress, author, and activist. She is best known for roles such as Sarah Norman in the 1986 film Children of a Lesser God, Melody Bledsoe in Switched at Birth, Joey Lucas in Joey Lucas, and Jodi Lerner in The L Word. She won the Best Actress Academy Award for the movie Children of a Lesser God. Born as Marlee Beth Matlin on August 24, 1965 in Morton Grove, Illinois, to Libby and Donald Matlin, she became deaf when she was 18 months old. She has two older brothers, Eric and Marc Matlin. She made her stage debut in a children’s theater production of The Wizard of Oz at age 7. In 1993, she married Kevin Grandalski, with whom she has four children: Sarah, Brandon, Tyler, and Isabelle.

Matlin was in a relationship with her co-star William Hurt for two years, but they ended to separate because William was physically abusing her, which she explained in one of her books. She later met a Burbank police officer Kevin Grandalski when she was at a film shoot of the movie Reasonable Doubts, and it was love at first sight. Kevin had the duty of controlling the traffic and also providing security for the crew.

Body Measurements Statistics

All Marlee Matlin’s body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

Body shape:N/A
Dress size:4
Breasts-Waist-Hips:34-27-35 inches (86-68-89 cm)
Shoe size:7
Bra size:32B
Cup size:B
Height:5 Feet 4 Inches (163 cm)
Weight:121 lbs (55 kg)
Natural breasts or implants:
Net Worth:$11 Million


I’m the only one in my family who is deaf, and there are still conversations that go around me that I miss out on. And I ask what’s going on, and I have to ask to be included. But I’m not going to be sad about it. I don’t live in sad isolation. It’s just a situation I’m used to.

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When I was 13, I told Henry Winkler I wanted to act. He said, Do it and don’t let anyone stand in your way. His validation just made it all the more true. I haven’t stopped thanking him since.

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At the end of the day, ‘My Deaf Family’ is about a typical family that all of us can identify with but told from an unusual and what I believe will be a fascinating perspective.

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I guess not being able to hear just made me adventurous and daring. And in most cases, that didn’t make my parents very happy with me.

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During a visit to California, when a friend of my grandmother’s told my parents that I must be deaf because I was not responding to sounds, my father was absolutely convinced that I was simply being stubborn.

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