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Biography - Who is Mira Sorvino?
Mira was born September 28, 1967 in New York City. She was acting since early nineties and her first big success was role of Linda Ash in Mighty Aphrodite followed quickly by appearance on Norma Jean & Marilyn. In 2014, you can see her on TV show Falling Skies. Sorvino once dated Quentin Tarantino. She’s married to Christopher Backus and has four kids.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Mira Sorvino, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|1.78 m, 5’10” (feet & inches)
|66 kg, 146 pounds
|Cup Size C
The 49-year-old beauty has always been very open about aging and has denied getting a nose job in the past. MORE: Enter for a Chance to Win a Golden Globes Gift Bag! “I’ve always hated my nose… and I always wanted to get a nose job and I never have, and I don’t know why I haven’t,” she said.
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Quotes by Mira Sorvino
"I assume that if people get to know me, they'll like me. If they don't, it's not my problem."
"Sometimes I feel limited by people's perceptions of what I can and cannot do, or what I do or don't look like."
"I take the responsibility of choosing seriously because it becomes an indelible part of your body of work. Something has to sing to me."
"The cognitive dissonance, the denial and cowardice that spare us painful truths and prevent us from acting in defense of innocent victims while allowing 'beloved' individuals to continue their heinous behavior must be jettisoned from the bottom of our souls."
"I had started off, before I ever got an acting job, working at Robert De Niro's Tribeca Productions as a reader. I was always interested in that side of the camera."