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Rebecca de Mornay measurements, bio, height, weight, shoe and bra size

Rebecca de Mornay was born in 1959 on 29th August in Santa Rose, California, U.S. Her born name is Rebecca Jane Pearch. She is the daughter of Wally George and Julie Pearch. When Rebecca turned two, her parents got separated, and her mother raised her. Her mother gave Rebecca the surname of her stepfather, De Mornay, when she turned five years old. She completed her studies at Summerhill School, Leiston, England. At a very young age, she was interested in acting, and her mother made her join Lee Strasberg Institute, New York, to get trained professionally as an actress.

She is a great producer and actress based in America. Her career took a turn when she appeared in a film titled Risky Business in 1983 as Lana. She also played a role in the film of Neil Simon titled The Slugger’s Wife as Debby Huston. Rebecca also played many other roles in The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, Runaway Train, Backdraft, and The Trip to Bountiful. Her other notable films include Mother’s Day, Identity, Never Talk to Strangers, The Three Musketeers, Lords of Dogtown, and Wedding Crashers. In addition, she was starred in a television miniseries titled The Shining as Wendy Torrance and performed the role in Marvel’s film titled Jessica Jones as Dorothy Walker.

How Rebecca de Mornay got famous?

Rebecca’s first film debut in 1981 was the film titled One from the Heart, where she played a minor role that starred her life partner, Harry Dean Stanton. Her main role came after two years in 1983 in a film titled Risky Business, where she played the role of a call girl. After that, she played a role in a film titled The Slugger’s Wife in 1985. After that, Rebecca co-starred in Runaway Train and The Trip to Bountiful. Both the films were nominated for numerous Academy Awards. In 1985, she appeared in a music video of the song titled Sara and Mickey Thomas, and luckily, the song gained worldwide popularity reached at no.1 on Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1986.

She was starred in a murder drama series titled Guilty as Sin, where she played the role of defense lawyer and Don Johnson. She appeared in the remake of a film titled, And God Created Woman in 1988 and Backdraft. Rebecca played a great role in a thriller film titled The Hand that Rocks the Cradle, which turns out to be the most successful film. De Mornay appeared in the HBO series titled John from Cincinnati and appeared in the Mother’s Day film by Darren Lynn Bousman.

Rebecca de Mornay height and weight

Rebecca de Mornay’s height is 5 feet and 6 inches, and if we consider it in centimeters, she is 164 cm tall. Rebecca’s weight is around 57 kgs or 125 lbs in the pound. She is a stunning actress that has blonde hair, blue eyes, and mesmerizing smile.

Rebecca de Mornay dating history

In the early 1980s, Rebecca started dating Harry Dean Stanton, an actor. The couple met on sets of the film One From the Heart in 1981 and started dating each other. Later then Rebecca started dating Tom Cruise, the actor from the film Risky Business in 1982. But the couple broke up due to some reasons in 1985. She then married Bruce Wagner, a writer, in 1986 on 16th December but got separated only after three years of their marriage, and their divorce was finalized in 1990.

De Mornay then dated Leonard Cohen, a singer. She started engaging in producing albums in 1992 and co-produced an album titled The Future, which Cohen dedicated to Rebecca. The couple got separated, and again she had a relationship with Patrick O’Neal, an actor who turned into a sportscaster. The couple has been blessed with two daughters named Veronica and Sophia.

Full born name: Rebecca Jane Pearch

Nicknames: Rebecca de Mornay

Occupation: Actress, Producer

Religion: Not known

Date of Birth: 29th August 1959

Birthplace: Santa Rose, California, U.S.

Zodiac sign: Virgo

Father name: Wally George

Mother name: Julie Pearch

Sibling’s names:

Spouse: Bruce Wagner, Patrick O’Neal, Wally George, Julie Pearch

Children: Sophia De Mornay-O’Neal, Veronica De Mornay-O’Neal

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Rebecca de Mornay body measurement

The body measurements of Rebecca de Mornay are known to be around 36-26-36 inches. Rebecca’s breast size is around 36 inches, her waist size is 26 inches and her hips size is 36 inches. She has got a beautiful hourglass body shape with beautiful eyes and a charming smile.

Rebecca de Mornay bra and breast size

Rebecca’s breast size is known to be 36 inches; her bra size is 34 with a cup size of B. Rebecca is a confident and versatile actress, and she performs every role brilliantly.

Height: 5 ft 6 inches or 164 cm

Weight: 56 kgs or 125 lbs

Breast size: 36 inches

Bra size: 34B

Cup size: B

Body measurements: 36-26-36 inches

Figure: Hourglass

Chest size: 36 inches

Waist size: 26 inches

Hip’s size: 36 inches

Dress size: 6 (US)

Shoe size: Not known

Eye’s color: Blue

Hair color: Blonde

Natural breast or implants: Natural

Has Rebecca de Mornay gone under the knife?

At first, Rebecca didn’t accept that she had undergone the knife, but her fans could see a major difference in her face. She has undergone facelift and eyelift, and a clear difference can be seen in her before and after pictures.

Net Worth

Rebecca de Mornay is a famous American actress whose net worth is approximately $11 million. Acting is her primary source of income, and she has accumulated great wealth by working in films.

Rebecca de Mornay favorites

Favorite foods: Not known

Favorite hobby: Not known

Favorite sports: Not known

Rebecca de Mornay is a very talented actress and producer. She has appeared in numerous movies that made her gain a good reputation and fame in Hollywood. She is a versatile actress who always dares to take on challenging roles that build her confidence and teach her things. Her acting skills are extraordinary, and this made her receive many accolades.

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