Published On: Mon, May 2nd, 2016

Kristen Stewart Body Measurements, Height, Weight, Bra Size, Biography, Wiki


Kristen Stewart Body Measurments:

Body shape: Banana

Waist: 23

Hips: 34

Shoe: 7

Bra size: 32A

Height: 5’5” (168 cm)

Weight: 115 lbs

Kristen Jaymes Stewart is an American actress who was born in 1990 in Los Angeles, California, to a family from entertainment industry as father, John Stewart is a stage manager and television producer and remained part of Fox.


She made her acting career with some uncredited characters in 1999 though her performance in the thriller ‘Panic Room’ in 2002 was breakthrough in her successful acting career. In this film Stewart played role of Jodie Foster’s daughter and earned a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Leading Actress in a Feature Film.


Stewart best known for her roles in films such as in independent drama Speak (2004), adventure comedy Catch That Kid (2004), science fantasy adventure Zathura (2005), and biographical drama survival Into The Wild (2007) that directed by Sean Penn.

She earned huge acclaim for her impressive performance in The Wild even nomination for a Screen Actors Guild Award. However, her lead role Bella Swan in Twilight Saga franchise from 2008 to 2012, these collect amount of more than $3.3 billion all over the world.

Stewart didn’t end his acting journey here because she received many offers after playing Bella Swan as appeared in 2009s Adventureland, 2010s The Runaways, 2012s Snow White and the Huntsman, On the Road, 2014s Camp X-Ray, Still Alice and Equals in 2015.

She is one of the highest-earning female actresses in Hollywood who also has received awards in her brilliant acting career such as the BAFTA Rising Star Award 2010, Milan International Film Festival Award for Best Actress 2011 that for her role in Welcome to the Rileys.

Stewart felt great when worked along with French actress Juliette Binoche in Clouds of Sils Maria which also was her best on screen venture as for which earned achievements as well as the César Award for Best Supporting Actress, was first American actress who took home the title home.