Emily Ratajkowski Moretz Measurements Height Weight Bra Size Age

Emily O’Hara Ratajkowski is an American model and writer. Born in London to American parents and raised in Encinitas, California, Ratajkowski began her career as a child actor appearing in two episodes of the Nickelodeon series iCarly (2009–2010). Her modeling debut was on the cover of the March 2012 issue of the magazine treats!. Subsequently, she appeared in music videos such as Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” and Maroon 5’s “Love Somebody”.

Ratajkowski’s feature film debut was a supporting role in the film Gone Girl (2014). Subsequent roles include the films Entourage (2015), We Are Your Friends (2015), I Feel Pretty (2018) and Welcome Home (2018), as well as the miniseries The Spoils Before Dying (2015) and the anthology series Easy (2016). She appeared in the 2014 and 2015 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues. In 2015, she made her professional runway debut for Marc Jacobs at New York Fashion Week. She has since walked on the Paris Fashion Week runway for Miu Miu and Milan Fashion Week for Bottega Veneta, Dolce & Gabbana, and Versace. Models.com ranks her as one the supermodels of the new generation.

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Ratajkowski appeared in a Buick Super Bowl commercial during Super Bowl 50 (2016) and has become the spokesperson for brands such as DKNY, The Frye Company, Kerastase, Paco Rabanne, and DL1961. She is an advocate for women’s health issues as a spokesperson for Planned Parenthood. As a feminist, Ratajkowski has received both support and criticism for her views on sexual expression. Her essay collection, My Body, was published by Metropolitan Books in November 2021 and is a New York Times Best Seller. On November 1, 2022, she launched a new original podcast series “High Low with Emrata” with Sony Music Entertainment.

Emily Ratajkowski Moretz Measurements Height Weight Bra Size Age

Emily Ratajkowski Biodata and Biography
NameEmily O’Hara Ratajkowski
Nick-nameEmily Ratajkowski, Emily
Date Of Birth7 June 1991
Age32 Years (as in 2023)
Profession / OccupationActress, Model, Activist, Writer
Mother TongueEnglish
Zodiac SignGemini
Height / Weight5’7″ / 53 kg
First MovieAndrew’s Alteration(2004)
DebutFilm: Gone Girl (2014)
Money Factor$ 10 million/film (USD)
Emily Ratajkowski Family and Relatives
FatherJohn David Ratajkowski (Painter and Art Teacher)
MotherKathleen Balgley (English Professor and Writer)
Marital StatusDivorced
HusbandSebastian Bear-McClard ​(m. 2018; sep. 2022)
Boyfriends/ AffairsAndrew Dryden (2013-2014)
Jeff Magid (2014-2018)
Sebastian Bear-McClard (2018-2022)
Brad Pitt (2022) Rumored
Orazio Rispo (2022, 2023)
Pete Davidson (2022)
Jack Greer (2022)
Eli Bronfman (2023)
Eric Andre (2023)
Harry Styles (2023)
Emily Ratajkowski Height, Weight and Body Measurements
Height in Centimeters170cm
Height in Meters1.70 m
Height in Feet Inches5’7″
Weight53 kg
Body Measurement35-24-34
Chest Size35 inches
Waist Size24 inches
Hips Size34 inches
Eye ColourDark Brown
Hair ColourBrown
Emily Ratajkowski Favorites
Favorite ColourWhite
Favorite ActorNot Known
Favorite ActressNot Known
Favorite FoodVietnamese and Thai food
HobbiesReading, Writing
Favorite MusicianNot Known
Favorite MovieNot Known
Favorite SportTennis
Sexual OrientationStraight
Emily Ratajkowski Education School and Colleges
Education QualificationNot Known
SchoolSan Dieguito Academy High School
College / UniversityUniversity of California, Los Angeles,
University of California, San Diego
OthersNot Known
Emily Ratajkowski Residence and Contact Address
Birth PlaceLondon, England
Home TownLondon, England
Present ResidenceLondon, England
House AddressLondon, England
Phone No / Mobile NoNot Known
Email IDNot Known
WebsiteNot Known
Emily Ratajkowski Awards, Honours, Achievements
EWwy AwardNot Known
Golden Globe AwardNot Known
Screen Actors Guild AwardNot Known
ControversiesNot Known
Emily Ratajkowski Social Media

Personal life

Ratajkowski dated Jeff Magid from 2014 to 2018.

In winter of 2018, Ratajkowski announced that she had married actor and producer Sebastian Bear-McClard. They divorced in late 2022.

On October 26, 2020, Ratajkowski confirmed she was pregnant in an essay for Vogue. She writes about how she chose to keep the child’s sex unknown until they were born.

On March 8, 2021, she gave birth to her first child, Sylvester Apollo Bear



2004Andrew’s AlterationYoung GirlShort film
2005A Year and a DayGirlMovie
2014Gone GirlAndie Fitzgerald
2015We Are Your FriendsSophie
2018CruiseJessica Weinberg
2018I Feel PrettyMallory
2018In DarknessVeronique
2018Welcome HomeCassie
2018The American MemeHerselfDocumentary film
2019Lying and StealingElyse


2009–10iCarlyTashaEpisodes: “iSpeed Date”, “iEnrage Gibby”
2015The Spoils Before DyingAgent Day3 episodes
2016EasyAllison LizowskaEpisode: “Art and Life”
2022ZiweHerselfEpisode: “Empowerment”
2023History of the World, Part IIWhite Mary MagdaleneEpisode: “VIII”

Music videos

2012Fast CarTaio Cruz
2013Blurred LinesRobin Thicke feat. T.I. and Pharrell
2013Love SomebodyMaroon 5
2016“Inseparable”Dima Bilan



Sexuality and feminism

Ratajkowski described the pressure that she endured as a youth around her sexuality and her thoughts on female sexual empowerment, in Lena Dunham’s Lenny Letter newsletter on February 16, 2016. Elle magazine, Esquire magazine, and Harper’s Bazaar republished her letter, which drew praise from critics including Glamour magazine’s Hayley Spencer, The Huffington Post’s Jenavieve Hatch, Cosmopolitan magazine’s Nikki Kinstlinger, Rachael Moon of the Daily Mirror, and Georgia Simmonds of Marie Claire, who lauded Ratajkowski for observations, calling the letter “powerful”. Salon’s Erin Coulehan described the essay’s identification of a societal catch-22, in which showcasing female sexuality that may “offend, excite, or create envy” leads to criticism and body shaming. InStyle’s Isabella Silvers concurred that “female sexuality isn’t always for the benefit of someone else”. Charlotte Gill of The Independent admitted that she was in the minority in finding the letter “rambling” and “dull”.

In an October 2014 Cosmopolitan interview, Ratajkowski said she enjoys freedom of sexual expression “while still being a feminist”, and is outspoken about using her celebrity to support the empowerment of women and women’s sexuality. However, Amanda Hess of Slate questioned whether she is a feminist or an opportunist exploiting feminism. Ratajkowski defended Kim Kardashian from criticism when Kardashian posted a controversial nude selfie on Instagram in March 2016, saying that women have the right to “express their sexuality and share their bodies however they choose”. Then, Kardashian and Ratajkowski jointly advocated via social media for female sexual empowerment and against body shaming; nearly one million of their social media followers responded positively, and prominent global media outlets took notice. Commentator Piers Morgan reacted to Ratajkowski’s letter by saying that her form of feminism was a misguided affront to true feminism, labeling it pseudo-feminist gibberish. After Morgan wrote that “feminism as it was intended is dead”, the Chicago Tribune’s Heidi Stevens, as well as The Daily Telegraph’s Helen Pankhurst said that Ratajkowski neither killed nor bolstered feminism. Women’s Wear Daily’s Taylor Harris questioned the impact of Ratajkowski’s feminism, as did The Independent’s Gill, saying that Ratajkowski’s professional activities “continued to advocate industries that treat us as pieces of meat”. Heather Saul of The Independent wrote in support of Ratajkowski in an article subtitled “Ratajkowski is becoming an important feminist voice in the debate over female censorship and sexuality”. New York’s Allie Jones called Ratajkowski “the best feminist celeb”.

Ratajkowski’s 2021 book My Body includes details about her interactions with the super-wealthy. An extract was published in The Guardian.

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