Matthew Moy’s Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Short Bio

Matthew Moy’s body is good looking! All his measurements are presented below!

Matthew Moy is an American actor and voice actor who co-starred as Han Lee on the CBS sitcom 2 Broke Girls, from 2011 to 2017. He also provides the voice of Lars Barriga on Steven Universe and Steven Universe Future. He has also appeared on several television shows, including Criminal Minds, Zeke and Luther, How I Met Your Mother, Good Luck Charlie, and Kickin’ It, and had a recurring role as Shawn the Mathlete on iCarly. Born Matthew James Moy on February 3, 1984 in San Francisco, California, his mother was a language therapist, while his father was a high school teacher. He has one elder sister. He attended the University of California, Davis, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Japanese and a minor in linguistics.

Body Statistics Table

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

Body Measurements
Height1.57 m, 5′2″ (feet & inches)
Weight54 kg, 119 pounds
Cup Size (US)Unknown
Bra Size (US)Unknown
Implants or Natural (Breasts)Unknown
Breasts-Waist-HipsUnknown
Shoe Size (US)Unknown
Body ShapeUnknown
Dress Size (US)Unknown

Matthew Moy Inspirational Quotes

"In my living room - it's probably going to be moved to my office soon because it freaks too many people out - I have a huge seven foot statue of 'Seven of Nine' of 'Star Trek Voyager.'"

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"I was going to be the next big voice-over thing, of course, in my mind. I didn't."

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"I took Japanese in high school. I'm Chinese, though, and I just fell in love with the language and the culture."

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"On-camera stuff just hit. I decided to do it to supplement my voice-over career, but I ended up falling in love with it, and it actually hit a lot harder than my voice-over career."

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"Every now and then, people will recognize me at restaurants or Universal Studios or something. I'll always take a picture with them if they want. I mean, that's what telling stories and acting for a living are for - for the people."

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