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Busy Philipps Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Wiki & Facts

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Busy Philipps was born on June twenty-five, 1979 in Oak Park, Illinois, U.S. She graduated senior high school from the Chaparral Senior high school in Scottsdale, Az and later went to Loyola Marymount College. She made the woman’s television debut using the series Saving Graces within 1999. That same year, she gained acknowledgment after being throw as Kim Kelly within the hit series Freaks as well as Geeks. Let’s cheek Busy Philipps Height, Weight, Figure, Age, Biography & Wiki.

Busy Philipps Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Wiki & Facts
Busy Philipps

Busy Philipps Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Wiki & Facts

Born NameElizabeth Jean Philipps
Personal Life
Age (as in 2016)37 years old
Date of birthJune 25, 1979
Place of birthOak Park, Illinois, U.S.
Height & Weight
Height in Feet/Inches5 Feet 6 Inches
Height in Centimeters168cm
Height in Meters 1.68m
Weight in Kilograms 61kg
Weight in Pounds135lbs
Body Measurements & Physical Stats
Body Measurements34-26-35 Inches
Bra Size34D
Waist Size26 Inches
Hip Size34 Inches
Body ShapeHourglass
Eye ColorGreen
Hair ColorBlonde
Feet/Shoe Size8 US
Dress Size7
Educational QualificationN/A
FatherNot Known
MotherNot Known
BrotherNot Known
SisterNot Known
OthersNot Known
Husband, Boyfriends & Affairs
Marital StatusN/A
Affairs/BoyfriendsMarc Silverstein
Salary & Net Worth
Net WorthUnknown
Debut Film/TV, Hit/Flop & More
Debut FilmThe Smokers
Debut TVSaving Graces
Popular/Hit/Flop FilmsTesting Bob
Favourite, Hobbies, Likes & Dislikes
HobbiesNot Known
LikesNot Known
DislikesNot Known
Favourite ActorNot Known
Favourite ActressNot Known
Favourite SingerNot Known
Favourite DirectorNot Known
Favourite FilmNot Known
Favourite FoodNot Known
Favourite ColorNot Known
Favourite PlaceNot Known
Favourite PerfumeNot Known
Favourite AnimalNot Known
Contact Address & Phone Number
AddressOak Park, Illinois, U.S.
Phone/Mobile NumberNot Known
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