All About Yara Shahidi: Height, Weight, Bio, and More

Yara Shahidi

Bio

Yara Shahidi has an admirable body and is an inspiration to many. Being the star of the red carpet means people will be interested in the TV actress’ body measurements. Luckily we have summarized all body measurements below!

Yara Shahidi is an American actress and model. She is best known for playing Zoey Johnson on the ABC series Black-ish and its spin-off Grown-ish. She played Chloe Johnson in the TV series The First Family. Born Yara Sayeh Shahidi on February 10, 2000 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA to Keri and Afshin Shahidi, her younger brother Sayeed, is also an actor and model, and they have a younger brother named Ehsan. She is of Iranian descent on her father’s side, and of African-American descent on her mother’s side. She moved California with her family when she was four because of her father’s work. She began appearing on commercials at the age of six.

Looking at her relationships, Yara is single and has not been dating anyone. She made her debut on television in 2007, where she was cast in one episode of “Entourage,” which was aired on HBO. Yara started to appear in fashion commercials from the age of six.

Body Measurements Statistics

All Yara Shahidi’s body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

Body shape:N/A
Dress size:2
Breasts-Waist-Hips:31-23-32 inches (79-59-81 cm)
Shoe size:6.5
Bra size:30A
Cup size:A
Height:5 Feet 2 Inches (160 cm)
Weight:121 lbs (55 kg)
Natural breasts or implants:
Net Worth:$2 Million

Quotes

Fortunately I can say that social media has treated me pretty well. I’ve been exempt from a lot of the mean comments.

Yara Shahidi

There have been moments when I was on a modeling job, and it was the most fantastic thing in the world. And there have been moments where I’ve realized, ‘Okay, I’m ten years old, and I’ve spent the past six hours outside in the rain.’ It taught me how to be specific about what kinds of projects I wanted to do and what kind of work I wanted to do.

Yara Shahidi

When you are in the public eye as a person of color, you are given very little room to mess up.

Yara Shahidi

The more you learn about someone, how could you not want to protect them and their rights? The more you learn about a culture or a certain identity, it’s hard to not feel empathy.

Yara Shahidi

For me, personally, I’m usually not on my phone that much. I prefer listening to old radio shows and watching foreign films than tweeting.

Yara Shahidi

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