Biography - A Short Wiki
Amanda Schull has a medium bra size. All body measurements are summarized in the table below!
Amanda was born August 26, 1978 in Honolulu, Hawaii. She used to be a professional ballet dancer. No wonder she keeps her measurements in great condition. She also wears great dresses on public awards shows. Schull played in various TV shows, such as My Family And Me, One Tree Hill, Pretty Little Liars, and Suits. In 2015, Amanda will play Dr. Cassandra Railly on 12 Monkeys. This should be the main role, so her fans have something to look forward to.
Body Measurements Table
In the following table, you will find all body measurements of Amanda Schull that are known today. Be it the height weight, shoe size, or something else.
|Dress size (US):
|36-26-37 inches (91-66-94 cm)
|Shoe size (US):
|Cup size (US):
|5’5″ (165 cm)
|133 lbs (60 kg)
|Natural breasts or implants:
"I think it would be fair to say that most female dancers have dealt with, whether it's an extreme, or minor complex in eating disorders. So the first thing I would say to girls who are feeling that way is you're not alone. You're far from alone. You're the majority. There's absolutely nothing wrong with what you're feeling."Amanda Schull
"I take a lot of notes. Maybe it's a product of me taking so many notes, but I have a pretty good memory for episodes, and some of the other actors will ask me questions about things, so I have this sense of responsibility that I have to be the one to remember some of the details."Amanda Schull
"The worst beauty advice that I have ever taken has been from people who have told me that sunscreen isn't necessary. Not true!"Amanda Schull
"I think that's it's really important to have good friends. Nowadays, you can text 24 hours a day and be in constant contact, but every once in a while, it's nice to just get out with your girlfriends and have fun."Amanda Schull
"I think people don't often realize how much goes into being a male dancer. It's athletic and it's hard. It's not just men wearing tights, or wanting to be around women."Amanda Schull