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Biography - A Short Wiki
Cybill was born February 18, 1950 in Memphis, Tennesseee. At the age of sixteen, Shepherd won Miss Teenage Memphis and soon after that started a career in modeling business. Her exceptional beauty helped her also gain roles in Hollywood. She played in Taxi Driver, Silver Bears, Listen to Your Heart, and most recently in Rose.She dated a local auto parts dealer named David Ford and after she became pregnant the couple got married. However, the marriage ended in divorce. Her second husband was chiropractor Bruce Oppenheim but this romantic relationship also didn’t last. Shepherd has three kids. Her daughter Clementine is also an actress.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Cybill Shepherd, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|Height||1.73 m, 5’8” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||59 kg, 129 pounds|
|Cup Size||Cup Size B|
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Quotes by Cybill Shepherd
I did many interviews, and went out and talked to many people and went to rallies. It was the same thing with menopause. I traveled around the country on talk shows and talking to women about.
I love to sing, and I warm up to Maria Callas.
I had to lie so much about sex, first when I was 15, because I wasn’t supposed to be having it. And then when I got older, I lied to everybody I was having sex with, so I could have sex with other people.
No, I always hated modeling. I developed an early hatred of modeling just from having to do it; having won Miss Teenage Memphis, I had to model, and I hated it. It bored me.
It’s hard for women to talk about these things, and for the doctors to really talk about it too, and to even have the knowledge of what’s going on. That’s why I’m doing this and urging women to speak out and talk to their doctors frankly.