Biography - A Short Wiki
Bonnie Bedelia has a pretty large breast size. We have all her measurements covered!
Bonnie was born March 25, 1948 in New York City. She studied ballet but eventually became an actress. It was the right decision. She appeared in countless movies, such as They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?, Violets Are Blue, and Needful Things, just to name a few. More recently, Bedelia played Capt. Kate McCafferty on The Division and Camille Braverman on Parenthood.
Body Measurements Table
Here is the body measurement information of Bonnie Bedelia. Check out all known statistics in the table below!
|Breasts-Waist-Hips:||37-27-37 inches (94-69-94 cm)|
|Height:||5’ 4″ (163 cm)|
|Weight:||134 pounds (61 kg)|
|Natural breasts or implants:||Natural|
Unless you burst into movies as a sex goddess, you’re likely to play wives and mothers. I came into movies as a teenager in ‘They Shoot Horses, Don’t They’ (1969) playing a pregnant waif from the Ozarks. I didn’t get a chance to burst into movies in ‘Body Heat.’ My career isn’t based on having a 23-inch waist and a big bust, though I do.Bonnie Bedelia
I didn’t even know how to judge ‘Die Hard 1.’ It’s not anything I know how to judge. I’d never seen an action movie. I’d never seen a Sly Stallone movie or an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie or a Charles Bronson movie. And that is the truth.Bonnie Bedelia
I like to do a movie, to be on it 8, 10 weeks. It evolves as you’re working on it. Little things come to you every day. It’s a slow process, and when you have to pack it into a short period of time, which you do for television, the experience is not one that I cherish. So if it’s going to be television, it’s really got to be the right thing.Bonnie Bedelia
I have two children – could I ever choose between them? Never. That’s what ‘Sophie’s Choice’ was about. If you have 50 children, you don’t love one less.Bonnie Bedelia
I’ve had some interesting roles along the way, but they tend to be cause-driven. They’re always about something. There isn’t time for character work as an actor because you’re fighting the cause or mourning the child or fighting the disease, etc.Bonnie Bedelia