Hunter Schafer’s Bra Size and Body Measurements
Hunter Schafer has a magnificent body. Find out her bra size, height, weight and more!
Transgender woman who has worked as a model, actress, artist and activist for LGBT rights. She made her acting debut in the HBO series Euphoria in the role of Jules in 2019.
She protested against her birth state’s Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act, AKA the “bathroom bill,” as a high school student. In 2017, she graduated from the High School Visual Arts program at University of North Carolina School of the Arts.
She was featured on Teen Vogue’s “21 Under 21” list. She has modeled for Dior, Tommy Hilfiger, Marc Jacobs and other luxury brands.
She has two younger sisters and one younger brother. They were born to parents Katy Schafer and Mac Schafer. She has been romantically linked to Dominic Fike.
Teen Vogue granted her the chance to interview Hillary Clinton.
Body Statistics Table
Hunter Schafer's body statistics are seen in the table below. Take a look at measurements like height and weight!
|1.78 m, 5′10″ (feet & inches)
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Hunter Schafer Inspirational Quotes
"I'm starting to develop my practice, learning how to come home after a really long day of shooting and letting myself breathe. I'm drawing and painting and listening to my music and keeping those things separate."
"I feel less pressure to dress for the eyes of other people now. I think that happened once I started modelling, near the end of high school."
"Since it's no longer my singular source of income, I've withdrawn from fashion spaces a bit. However, I still have a deep love for fashion and want to continue to work with designers and houses that inspire me - like Rick Owens, whose show I would no doubt walk in again if the opportunity arose."
"I went to an arts high school and was surrounded by drama students who dreamed of working in the industry. I almost feel a sense of guilt, because I didn't go to acting school."
"I don't think 'Euphoria' can capture the entirety of the teen-in-high-school experience, but I think it is realistic. It's scary in that sense because I don't think we get to see a lot of depictions of high school this raw. I think that truth might scare people."