Gina Rodriguez: Bio, Height, Weight, Measurements

American actress Gina Rodriguez is most famous for her portrayal of Jane Villanueva in the CW comedy-drama series Jane the Virgin. She is also known for her roles as Majo Tenorio in musical drama film Filly Brown, and Beverly in the soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful. She played Andrea Fleytas in Deepwater Horizon. Gina was born to Magali and Genaro Rodriguez, a boxing referee, on July 30, 1984 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Virginia Ernestine Rodriguez. She is of Puerto Rican descent, and has two sisters, Ivelisse Rodriguez Simon, an investment banker, and Rebecca, a doctor.

Gina Rodriguez

Gina Rodriguez Personal Details:
Date Of Birth: 30 July 1984
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Birth Name: Virginia Ernestine Rodriguez
Nickname: Cutz
Zodiac Sign: Leo
Occupation: Actress
Nationality: American
Race/Ethnicity: Multiracial (Puerto Rican)
Religion: Not available
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Black
Sexual Orientation: Straight

Gina Rodriguez Body Statistics:
Weight in Pounds: 128 lbs
Weight in Kilogram: 58 kg
Height in Feet: 5′ 3½”
Height in Meters: 1.61 m
Body Shape‎: ‎Hourglass
Body Measurements: 36-26-38 in (91-66-97 cm)
Breast Size: 36 inches (91 cm)
Waist Size: 26 inches (66 cm)
Hips Size: 38 inches (97 cm)
Bra Size/Cup Size: 34B
Feet/Shoe Size: 8 (US)
Dress Size: 10 (US)

Gina Rodriguez Family Details:
Father: Genaro Rodriguez (boxing referee)
Mother: Magali Rodriguez
Spouse/husband: Not yet
Children: No
Siblings: Ivelisse Rodriguez Simon (Sister), Rebecca Rodriguez (Sister)

Gina Rodriguez Education:
Tisch School of the Arts (BFA)

Gina Rodriguez Facts:
*She belongs to Puerto Rican descent.
*For her performance in ‘Jane the Virgin’, she won Golden Globe Awards for Best Actress in a Television Series Musical or Comedy.
*Currently, she resides in in Los Angeles, CA.
*Follow her on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

“I started salsa dancing with a few different companies and started touring the country. It was fantastic, but I realized that I really wanted to talk every time we were performing. That’s a problem because when you’re dancing, if you stop to talk, that’s not really cool to the other dancers.” – Gina Rodriguez