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Biography - Who is Romola Garai?
Romola was born 6 August 1982 in Hong Kong to English parents.Her acting career started in 2000. But she became much more famous in 2004 thanks to main role on Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights. She wore tight dresses for this role that revealed her exceptional measurements and full D cups. Her other notable movies include Amazing Grace, One Day, and The Last Days on Mars. She also played in TV series The Crimson Petal and the White and The Hour. In 2015, Garai will appear on the movie Suffragette as Alice.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Romola Garai, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|1.75 m, 5’8” (feet & inches)
|70 kg, 154 pounds
|Cup Size D
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Quotes by Romola Garai
"I think the problem is that there has been a kind of backlash against feminism. I think women just didn't really see themselves winning that fight, and I think that probably led to a lot women feeling trapped in a perpetual cycle of disappointment - trying to be feminists and failing to be."
"There are people who you see on screen and think, 'Wow, that's a slim person,' and in the flesh they look nearly dead."
"I realise there's an innate paradox in promoting oneself on the one hand and saying, 'Oh, I don't want to be famous,' on the other."
"When you talk to women who were working as print journalists or in broadcasting in the '50s, and then you talk to women who were working in the late '60s, there's an enormous difference. There had already been a huge transition. Then, of course, you get well into the '70s and there were women with children working."
"There's no way I could ring up a company that was lending me a red-carpet dress and say, 'Do you have it in a 10?' Because all the press samples are an 8 - I would say a 'small 8.'"