Idina Menzel – Height, Weight, Bra Size, Measurements & Bio

Idina Menzel Personal Details

Birth Name: Idina MenzelIdina Menzel
Nick Name: Dee
Born: May 30, 1971
Ethnicity: White
Religion: Jewish
Zodiac Sign: Gemini
Birth Place: Syosset, New York, USA
Residence: Los Angeles, California
Nationality: American
Education: She attended Syosset High School before attending New York university and getting a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree in Drama.
Occupation: Actress, singer, songwriter
Net Worth: $8 million

Idina Menzel Measurements

Measurements: 34-24-35
Height: 5’4” ( 1.63 m)
Weigh: 128 lbs (58 kg)
Hair Color: Brunette
Eye Color: Black
Bra Size: 34D
Dress Size: 2
Shoe Size: 8

Distinctive features: Hourglass body shape

Best known for: Her roles in 2007 movie ‘Enchanted’ and 2013 Disney movie ‘Frozen’.

Idina Menzel Family:
Father – Stuart Mentzel
Mother – Helene Mentzel
Siblings – Clara Mentzel

Idina Menzel Dated:
• Taye Diggs (1996-2013) – Idina and Diggs have been married for many years and they even have a child together. Even so, Idina filed for a divorce in 2013.

First Film: Her first appearance on the big screen was in 2001 when she played in ‘Kissing Jessica Stein’.

First TV appearance: Idina made her TV debut in 1998 in ‘Hercules: The Animated Series’.

Personal trainer: Even though Idina isn’t exactly young, she still manages to maintain an hourglass body figure due to her workout regime. She also doesn’t employ a
personal trainer as far as we know.

Idina Menzel Favorite Things, Facts & Hobbies:

  • She won a Tony Award for her role as Elphaba in the Broadway show ‘Wicked’.
  • Her name in Hebrew means ‘gentle’.
  • Even though her name is spelled ‘Mentzel’ she decided to take the ‘T’ out because everybody pronounced it wrong.
  • She has Eastern European Jewish ancestry.
  • Idina is a perfectionist by nature, she returned to work just 4 months after giving birth.
  • Although she spends a lot of time on movie sets, she kept her job as a Broadway actress.
  • She played Dorothy in her school’s production of ‘Wizard of Oz’ in fifth grade.