Lizabeth Scott Height Weight Body Measurements Bra Size

Lizabeth Virginia Scott was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States, on September 29, 1922, was an American actress, singer and model. Young Lizabeth Scott first started performing in school theater productions. She made her big screen debut in romantic comedy drama film You Came Along (1945) in role as Ivy Hotchkiss. She got her television debut in drama series Family Theater (1969) in episode "The Denver Express", in role as Herself, hostess. Lizabeth's breakthrough performance came as 'Dusty' Chandler in film noir Dead Reckoning (1947). She landed her Broadway debut in a play "The Skin of Our Teeth" (1942-1943) in role as Girl, at Plymouth Theatre.

How tall was Lizabeth Scott and what was her weight? Lizabeth Scott's height was 5' 5½" іn fееt аnd іnсhеѕ or 166 іn cеntіmеtrеѕ, her weight was 115 іn pоunds or 52 іn kіlоgrаmѕ. Lizabeth Scott body measurements was bust-waist-hip 33-24-33 in inches or 84-61-84 in cеntіmеtrеѕ, her bra size was 32B with cup size B.

Lizabeth Scott

Lizabeth Scott
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Birth Date

September 29, 1922


January 31, 2015


United States

Sun Sign


Natural hair color


Eye color



5 ft 5½ in | 166 cm

Body Measurements

33-24-33 in | 84-61-84 cm


52 kg | 115 lbs

Bra Size


Shoe size

7.5 US | 38 EU

Best Movies

She won the Photoplay Award for Best Performances of the Month (June) for her role as Jane Palmer in film noir Too Late for Tears (1949).

The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946) noir drama as Toni Marachek

I Walk Alone (1947) noir as Kay Lawrence

Desert Fury (1947) noir crime as Paula Haller

Pitfall (1948) noir crime as Mona Stevens

The Racket (1951) noir drama as Irene Hayes

Two of a Kind (1951) crime as Brandy Kirby

Silver Lode (1954) Western as Rose Evans

Pulp (1972) comedy thriller as Betty Cippola

Best TV Shows

She guest starred in television series The Colgate Comedy Hour (1952), Lux Video Theatre (1952-1953), Studio 57 (1955), The 20th Century Fox Hour (1956), Adventures in Paradise (1960), Burke's Law (1963) and The Third Man (1965).


Attended local Catholic girls' school Marywood Seminary.

Attended Scranton's Central High School.

Studied at Marywood College.

Had English, Rusyn, Russian and Ukrainian ancestry.

She was oldest of six children.

She was a model for the Walter Thornton agency in New York.

She was discovered by Broadway producer Michael Myerberg in 1942.

She recorded her album "Lizabeth" (1957), with Henri René and his orchestra.

She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame located on 1624 Vine Street in 1960.

Lizabeth died on January 31, 2015, Los Angeles, California, United States, at the age of 92.


She dated Hal B. Wallis (1943-1945), Mortimer Hall and Bill Dugger.