Judy Garland Height Weight Body Measurements Bra Size

Judy Garland was born in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, United States, on June 10, 1922, was an American actress, dancer and singer. Young Judy Garland first started her career as a vaudeville performer with her two sisters, as a part of "The Gumm Sisters". She made her big screen debut in musical short film The Big Revue (1929) at the age of seven. Judy's breakthrough performance came as Dorothy Gale in musical fantasy film The Wizard of Oz (1939), at the age of sixteen, the movie won the Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Over the Rainbow", sung by Garland. She released her first studio album "Miss Show Business" in 1955.

How tall was Judy Garland and what was her weight? Judy Garland's height was 4' 11½" іn fееt аnd іnсhеѕ or 151 іn cеntіmеtrеѕ, her weight was 121 іn pоunds or 55 іn kіlоgrаmѕ. Judy Garland body measurements was bust-waist-hip 33-22-34 in inches or 84-56-86.5 in cеntіmеtrеѕ, her bra size was 32A with cup size A.

Judy Garland

Judy Garland
Photo: MGM studio / Public domain / Wikimedia Commons

Birth Date

June 10, 1922


June 22, 1969


United States

Sun Sign


Natural hair color

Dark Brown

Eye color

Dark Brown


4 ft 11½ in | 151 cm

Body Measurements

33-22-34 in | 84-56-86.5 cm


55 kg | 121 lbs

Bra Size


Shoe size

6.5 US | 37 EU

Best Movies

She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress and the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture for her role as Irene Hoffmann-Wallner in drama film Judgment at Nuremberg (1961).

She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress and the BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actress also won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical for her role as Esther Blodgett in musical movie A Star is Born (1954).

She was nominated for the Faro Island Film Festival Audience Award for Best Actress for her performance as Dorothy Gale in musical fantasy movie The Wizard of Oz (1939).

Easter Parade (1948) musical comedy as Hannah Brown

Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) musical drama as Esther Smith

The Clock (1945) romantic drama as Alice Mayberry

The Harvey Girls (1946) musical comedy as Susan Bradley

Girl Crazy (1943) musical comedy as Ginger Gray

The Pirate (1948) romance swashbuckler as Manuela Ava

Presenting Lily Mars (1943) musical comedy as Lily Mars

Ziegfeld Follies (1946) musical comedy as The Star

Babes in Arms (1939) drama as Patsy Barton

For Me and My Gal (1942) romance musical as Jo Hayden

Best TV Shows

She hosted her own television series The Judy Garland Show (1963–1964), for which she was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Performance in a Variety or Musical Program or Series.


Attended dance school run by Ethel Meglin.

Had Irish, English, Scottish and French Huguenot ancestry.

Had two older sisters, Mary Jane "Suzy/Suzanne" Gumm and Dorothy Virginia "Jimmie" Gumm.

She starred in 34 feature movies.

She won two Grammy Awards for her concert album Judy at Carnegie Hall, also won five Grammys during her career.

Released eight studio albums:

Miss Show Business (1955)

Judy (1956)

Alone (1957)

Judy in Love (1958)

The Letter (1959)

That's Entertainment! (1960)

The Garland Touch (1962)

She was awarded a special Academy Juvenile Award in 1940.

She received a special Tony Award for her concert at New York's Palace Theatre.

She made nine movies with actor Mickey Rooney.

She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame located on 1715 Vine Street in 1960.

Had fears of flying, horses and guns.

She was close friends with Lucille Ball and Katharine Hepburn.

She was left-handed.

She was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Best Female Singer in 1956.

Garland died on June 22, 1969, Chelsea, London, United Kingdom, at the age of 47.


She was married to:

David Rose (1941-1944)

Mickey Deans (1969)

Mark Herron (1965-1969)

Sidney Luft (1952-1965) they had one daughter, Lorna Luft and one son, Joey Luft

Vincente Minnelli (1945-1951) they had one daughter, Liza May Minnelli


She dated Frank Sinatra (1948-1951), Artie Shaw (1940-1941), John F. Kennedy (1940) and Spencer Tracy (1939).