Biography – A Short Wiki
Ksenia Solo has a stellarly shaped body. Below are all her body measurements, including height, weight, shoe size, dress size, bra size, and more!
Ksenia was born October 8, 1987 in Riga, USSR. Her family moved to Canada and young Solo was raised in Toronto. She studied ballet but she had to stop because of injury. Ksenia started with acting in early 2000’s. She appeared in movies The Republic of Love, Black Swan, and The Factory. Solo played Zoey Jones on renegadepress.com and Natasha Siviac on Life Unexpected. In 2014, you can see her as Kenzi on Lost Girl.
She was born in Latvia but raised in Toronto. She has a dog named Tino.
She had a small role in the film Black Swan, which starred Natalie Portman.
Body Measurements Table
Here is the body measurement information of Ksenia Solo. Check out all known statistics in the table below!
|163 cm, 5’4” (feet & inches)
|50 kg, 110 pounds
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Quotes by Ksenia Solo
“My mom is actually a former prima ballerina, and all the women in my family are associated either with dance or choreography or acting, so I’m very lucky in a way because I grew up in a family of artists. I’ve been dancing since I was a little kid.”Ksenia Solo
“I was born in Eastern Europe, in Latvia, and I’m fluent in Russian.”Ksenia Solo
“I consider myself incredibly lucky to live and work in places like Canada and the U.S. where polio no longer threatens to rob the livelihoods of innocent children. As a young woman, I stand behind the women around the globe who are leading the charge against polio and working relentlessly to achieve a polio-free world.”Ksenia Solo
“I always say that I was dancing and acting in the belly. I feel like it’s something I was born with and inspired by my family since I grew up backstage, watching them perform. I guess it was just a natural path for me.”Ksenia Solo
“In places like South Afghanistan, where cultural norms prevent men from entering homes, female vaccinators often make the difference between a closed or opened door.”Ksenia Solo