Fiona Gubelmann’s Height in cm, Feet and Inches – Weight and Body Measurements

Biography

Fiona Gubelmann has an enchanting body. Check out the height, weight, shoe size and all other interesting measurements!

Fiona was born March 30, 1980 in Santa Monica, California. She studied originally pre-medical at UCLA but changed her major to theatre when she discovered her passion for acting. Gubelmann appeared in smaller roles on a lot of television shows. Her more memorable role is Heather Lynn-Kellog in Daytime Divas. She is married to a fellow actor Alex Weed with whom she met while filming a movie Horror High.

Body Measurements

The following table shows the body measurements of Fiona Gubelmann. Here is all you want to know, including height and weight (imperial system and metric system). Note: Bra size equals band size and cup size.

Body shape:Hourglass
Dress size:6
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 35-24-36 inches (89-61-91 cm)
Shoe size:8
Bra size: 34C
Cup size:C
Height: 5’ 7” (170 cm)
Weight: 128 pounds (58 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Natural

Quotes

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I actually got started in acting when I was in pre-school. I was really into dance and performing, so my mom had me in dance classes, and then I got involved in a local theater company.

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I have an hourglass shape, and I think it’s important to understand your body type and your personality type. Then make whatever is on trend and in fashion work for you.

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I definitely prefer working in comedy over drama, but at the same time, when it comes to comedy, I tend to prefer comedies that have a great sense of truth to them and that come from an honest place.

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I went to UCLA as pre-med. When I was there my freshman year, I auditioned for a play and got it, and I was so passionate. I just loved acting so much that I decided to switch majors and pursue acting.

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I have a lot of anxiety about the red carpet. As a woman, it’s uncomfortable to be in a position in which people are judging you, looking at what you’re wearing, and criticizing you – not necessarily in a negative way.

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