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Melissa Rauch’s Body Measurements Including Breasts, Height and Weight

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Melissa Rauch Measurements Bra Size Height Weight

Biography - A Short Wiki

Melissa was born June 23, 1980 in Marlboro Township, New Jersey. Her role as Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz in The Big Bang Theory series made her widely popular and many fans admire her plus size bra and other measurements. Melissa doesn’t have breast implants or other type of breast enhancement surgery. She is starring together with Anna Paquin as Summer in True Blood. She should also appear in two 2013 movies, You Are Here and In Lieu of Flowers.

Body Measurements Table

In the following table, you will find all body measurements of Melissa Rauch that are known today. Be it the height weight, shoe size, or something else.

Body shape:Apple
Dress size (US):6
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 37-27-35 inches (94-69-89 cm)
Shoe size (US):unknown
Bra size: 34C
Cup size (US):C
Height: 5’0″ (152 cm)
Weight: 130 pounds (59 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Natural

Quotes

I’m not full on ‘Jersey Shore’ Jersey, but in my heart, my bangs are so feathered with tons of hairspray. My husband says that whenever I get tired, it comes out.

Melissa Rauch

Voices have always been my way into a character. I usually approach the voice first.

Melissa Rauch

When I was out of work when I first moved to L.A., one of the first things my husband and I did was buy season’s passes to Disney, and whenever I was bummed out about work, we would go to Space Mountain, and it was like a physical injection of anti-depressants.

Melissa Rauch

In the guest star situation on a show, it has a feel of a foreign exchange student – you’re worrying the night before where you’re going to sit for lunch. ‘The Big Bang Theory’ was like that. I was supposed to only do one episode. What was different was the cast and production staff was so welcoming, even though I was only scheduled for a week.

Melissa Rauch

There are so many male antiheroes but not nearly as many female antiheroes.There’s a lot of pressure on female characters to be likable. That puts a lot of pressure on women to be likable.

Melissa Rauch

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