Biography - A Short Wiki
Cristin Milioti has a small breast size. We have all her measurements covered!
Cristin was born August 16, 1985 in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Her ancestry is partially Italian. Milioti appeared in several movies, such as Year of the Carnivore, Sleepwalk with Me, and The Wolf of Wall Street. However, her most famous role is Zelda Vasco from TV series A to Z. She’s also often guest-starring in other TV shows such as How I Met Your Mother and The Good Wife.
Body Measurements Table
Here is the body measurement information of Cristin Milioti. Check out all known statistics in the table below!
|Breasts-Waist-Hips:||33-24-35 inches (84-61-89 cm)|
|Height:||5’2″ (158 cm)|
|Weight:||113 lbs (51 kg)|
|Natural breasts or implants:||Natural|
I’m not on any social media. I know people who have met on Twitter and through Facebook. I had a friend, someone liked her photos on Instagram, and they started direct messaging each other and went out on a date! That’s so foreign to me.Cristin Milioti
I grew up with a piano, and my aunt taught me chords. I played with bands in high school and I could do like, C chord, G chord, D chord; really simple, rhythm piano.Cristin Milioti
It’s interesting to me because theater is, on any given day, 10,000 times harder than film and television. And that’s not to say film or television can’t be hard or challenging; it’s emotional to do the same thing over and over and over. But in terms of stamina, there is nothing like an eight-show week to separate the men from the boys.Cristin Milioti
I really like playing other people. There is no other feeling like it, to have a different voice come out of you and to have a different life for a couple of hours. I like being myself. But maybe it’s like you ride a bike every day and someone says, ‘For two hours tonight do you want to ride this Harley?’ You’d be like, ‘OK yeah!’Cristin Milioti
I mangle phrases constantly. The other day I was chatting with my boyfriend and I said to him, ‘He really sold him under the bus.’ And he said, ‘I think you meant ‘threw him under the bus,’ or ‘sold him up the river.’Cristin Milioti