Did Laura Vandervoort Get Plastic Surgery? Body Measurements and More!
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Biography - Who is Laura Vandervoort?
Laura was born September 22, 1984 in Toronto, Canada. In 1997, she started her acting career while still in her teens. Her numerous TV show roles include Kara Zor-El on Smallville, Lisa on V, and Sadie on Instant Star. In 2009, she played Dani White on Into the Blue 2: The Reef. Vandervoort wore tiny triangle bikini most of the time in this film. Needless to say that her slender body with firm curves and flat tummy looked perfect. Laura is starring as Elena Michaels on TV series Bitten in 2014.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Laura Vandervoort, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|1.69 m, 5’6” (feet & inches)
|56 kg, 123 pounds
|Cup Size A
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Quotes by Laura Vandervoort
"I've done a lot of sci-fi, so I was a little hesitant because you get pigeonholed into that genre and world. But at the same time, I love sci-fi because the women are so strong and independent and smart."
"I still want to do a romantic comedy or a western or a gritty independent film... there's so much that I still want to do."
"I grew up doing martial arts, and I'm a second-degree black belt."
"I've played such serious characters that no one sees me the way I actually am, which is completely cheesy and goofy, so it would be fun to do a romantic comedy and just have a good laugh."
"I don't necessarily want to know what people are saying when I'm not around, especially if it's about me. I just don't need to hear extra garbage."