Short Bio

What are Amy Poehler’s body measurements? Find her bra size, weight, height, and other body statistics below.

Amy was born September 16, 1971 in Newton, Massachusetts. She has Bachelor’s degree in media and communications from Boston College. Poehler was livin with her husband Will Arnett from 2003 til 2012. Since 2013, she’s dating comedian Nick Kroll. Some of her notable films include Mean Girls, Blades of Glory, and Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. She’s also famous as Leslie Knope from Parks and Recreation.

Poehler and Will Arnett met in 1996 when he saw one of her improv performances. They started dating in 2000 and married on August 29, 2003. Poehler and Arnett have two sons: Archie, born October 2008, and Abel, born August 2010. During their relationship, Poehler and Arnett worked together on several projects including the series Arrested Development, the 2007 film Blades of Glory, Horton Hears a Who!, and The Secret World of Arrietty. Poehler and Arnett announced their separation in September 2012, and Arnett filed for divorce in April 2014. The divorce was finalized in 2016.

34C: The star is beaming while showing off her average-sized chest.

Body Statistics Table

Amy Poehler's body statistics are seen in the table below. Take a look at measurements like height and weight!

Body Measurements
Height1.57 m, 5'1" (feet & inches)
Weight63 kg, 139 pounds
Cup Size (US)Cup Size C
Bra Size (US)34C
Implants or Natural (Breasts)N/A
Breasts-Waist-Hips37-27-38 inches (94-69-97 cm)
Shoe Size (US)6
Body ShapeHourglass
Dress Size (US)8

Amy Poehler Inspirational Quotes

"I've always dreamed of growing up to be Amy Poehler."

Amy Poehler

"When you're a stay-at-home mother you have to pretend it's really boring, but it's not. It's enriching and fulfilling, and an amazing experience. And then when you're a working mother you have to pretend that you feel guilty all day long."

Amy Poehler

"Some people get in the way of change happening. Some people spend their whole careers thinking they can make a difference. Other people want to do as little as possible to get the day done."

Amy Poehler

"So, if you're doing good longform with talented people than you can step out and you can be the president or a construction worker and people accept that. It's really the roles you give yourself."

Amy Poehler

"I was the daughter of teachers, so school was always very important. I liked it."

Amy Poehler