Jean Smart – How tall is she? – Height, Weight and Body Measurements

How tall is Jean Smart Height Weight Body Measurements

Biography - A Short Wiki

Jean Smart is quite interesting when it comes to her height. Check out her body measurements including her shoe size!

Jean was born September 13, 1951 in Seattle, Washington. She suffers from type 1 diabetes since early age. Smart holds BFA degree from the University of Washington Professional Actors Training Program. Investing into formal education certainly paid off. Her acting career is filled with memorable movies, including The Odd Couple II, Mistress, and I Heart Huckabees. Jean currently plays Melanie Bird in a sci-fi series Legion. She is married to Richard Gilliland since 1987. They have one own son, Connor Douglas, and also adopted a daughter, Bonnie Kathleen. Jean and and fellow actor Richard met while filming Designing Women, started dating, and are going strong ever since.

Body Measurements Table

Check out all the body measurements of Jean Smart. The table below includes bra size, dress size, shoe size, height, hips, and weight.

Body shape:Hourglass
Dress size:8
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 37-28-37 inches (94-71-94 cm)
Shoe size:9
Bra size: 36C
Cup size:C
Height: 5’ 9” (175 cm)
Weight: 128 pounds (58 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Natural

Quotes

I was always snobby about soap operas, and commercials, too, but one does have to eat. I remember auditioning for a commercial for a mouthwash or chewing gum or something, and I had to pretend to be the back end of somebody in a horse costume. After that, I said, ‘That’s it. That’s it. You’ve sunk too far!’

Jean Smart

I’ve never met a woman ever, anywhere, bar none, that was more feminine than Dixie Carter.

Jean Smart

When you do a half-hour show, there’s only so much you can do. At best, you’re going to get a character with two-and-a-half dimensions.

Jean Smart

We are all a lot more attracted to someone who finds us incredibly attractive. It’s very flattering. It feels good.

Jean Smart

It’s fun to do accents; it’s fun to do different periods – that’s why you become an actor. Because it’s fun to be a storyteller and play make-believe.

Jean Smart

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