Elizabeth Banks

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American actress, director and producer Elizabeth Banks is one of the highest grossing female actors. She has won lots of awards and award nominations for finest works in television and movies. The Pitch Perfect series actress had a celebrity crush on German-Irish actor Michael Fassbender. With this content, read more on Elizabeth Banks biography, age, body measurement, birthday, affairs, quotes, and movies.

 

Elizabeth Banks Biography   

Elizabeth Banks Biography
Biography of Elizabeth Banks                     
  • Real Name – Elizabeth Irene Banks (nickname – Liz Banks)
  • Birthday – February
  • Age – 45 years
  • Birth Place – Pittsfield, Massachusetts, United States
  • Date of Birth – 10 February 1974
  • Debut Movie –  Surrender Dorothy (1998)
  • Debut Television – Keep Going Safety (1998)
  • Famous Role – Gail Abernathy-McKadden in the Pitch Perfect film series and Effie Trinket in The Hunger Games film series
  • Nationality – American
  • Profession – Actress, director and producer
  • Religion – Judaism
  • Ethnicity – White/English
  • Sun Sign – Aquarius
  • Net Worth – $30 million
  • Residence – Los Angeles, California

 

Elizabeth Banks height, weight, and body measurement

Elizabeth Banks body measurements and sizes
Body measurements and sizes of Elizabeth Banks
  • Height –165 cm in centimeters, 1.65 m in meter and 5’4” inches in feet
  • Weight – 55 kg in kilograms and 121 lbs in pounds
  • Body Measurements – 34-26-35
  • Cup Size – 32 B
  • Bra (chest) Size – 36 inches
  • Waist Size – 24 inches
  • Hip Size – 35 inches
  • Shoe Size – 7 (US)
  • Dress Size – 6 (US) or 38 (EU)
  • Hair Color – Blonde
  • Eye Color – Blue
  • Build – Slim
  • Sexual Orientation – Straight
  • Distinctive features – Blue Eyes

 

Elizabeth Banks Qualification/Education             

  • School – N/A
  • College – University of Pennsylvania and American Conservatory Theater
  • Degree – Master of Fine Arts

 

Elizabeth Banks Family

  • Father – Mark Mitchell
  • Mother – Ann Mitchell
  • Husband – Max Handelman
  • Children (son and daughter) – Magnus Mitchell Handelman, Felix Handelman
  • Siblings – Geoff Mitchell

 

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Elizabeth Banks favorites

  • Actor – David Letterman
  • Actress – N/A
  • Hobby – Horse riding and baseball
  • Color – N/A
  • Food – Cupcakes

 

Elizabeth Banks Affairs (relationship status)

Marital Status – Married

Affair – N/A

 

Elizabeth Banks brand endorsements/advertisements

L’Oreal Paris, Realtor.com, and Old Navy

 

Elizabeth Banks hot bikini images

 

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Elizabeth Banks filmography and famous movies

  • 2002 – Catch Me If You Can; Spider-Man
  • 2003 – Seabiscuit
  • 2004 – Spider-Man 2
  • 2008 – Definitely, Maybe
  • 2013 – The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
  • 2014 – Love & Mercy
  • 2019 – The Next Three Days
  • 2019 – The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part as Lucy / Wyldstyle (Voice role); Brightburn as Mrs. Breyer and Charlie’s Angels as Bosley

 

Elizabeth Banks television

  • 1998 – Keep Going Safety
  • 1999 – All My Children
  • 2000 – Sex and the City
  • 2001 – Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
  • 2002 – Without a Trace
  • 2005 – Stella
  • 2006 – Scrubs
  • 2007 – Wainy Days and American Dad!
  • 2008 – Comanche Moon
  • 2010 – 30 Rock
  • 2012 – Family Guy; Robot Chicken, and Comedy Bang! Bang!
  • 2013 – Timms Valley
  • 2014 – Phineas and Ferb
  • 2015 – Resident Advisors; Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp; Moonbeam City; The Muppets; and Saturday Night Live
  • 2017 – Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later and Curb Your Enthusiasm
  • 2019 – Random Acts

 

Elizabeth Banks interview/quotes

On playing lead roles

“I think that’s it. I just want to see roles that reflect real life.”

On directing Charlie’s Angels

“Only that I’m really excited by the prospect of it. I feel really connected to the idea. The ethos of the original Angels was these three women that were taken out of menial jobs who were overqualified for the jobs they were doing. And I think that underestimating women is something that’s still very prevalent today. Especially on a global scale, [that mistake] is something that will make the movies really fun.”

 

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