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Margarita Carmen Cansino, popularly known as “Rita Hayworth” was a legendary American dancer and movie actress. Hayworth was born on October 17, 1918 in Brooklyn New York, U.S. She gained huge fame during the period of 1940s. She was one of top stars of her time. Rita first made her appearance as Rita Cansino dut to which she changed her real name to Rita Hayworth. Her beautiful looks had attracted many of her fans. Due to her mesmerizing beautiful figure, she was featured on the various magazine covers. She had been on the cover of Life Magazine for the five times. Hayworth gained huge popularity form the movie ‘Susan and God’ and later became more popular after appearing as second female lead in ‘The Strawberry Blonde’. Besides this she also successfully established herself as one of the outstanding dancer of the entertainment industry. Through her incredible performance, she has been included in the list of 100 Greatest Stars of All Time by American Film Institute. The beautiful and talented actress died on May 14, 1987.
Rita Hayworth body measurements
Age in 2014: 68 (October 17, 1918-May 14, 1987)
Body Shape: Hourglass
Body measurements size: 37-24-36 inches (89-61-91 cm)
Bra Cup Size: 34C
Height in feet : 5 feet 6 inches
Height in cm: 168 cm
Weight in kg: 53 kg
Weight in pounds: 117 lbs
Hair Color: Dyed Red
Eye Color: Light Brown
The legendary actress, Rita Hayworth was one of the popular actresses of the twentieth century. She also became popular as a sex symbol of the American movie industry. The gorgeous lady had hot body measurements size of 37-24-36 inches. She was normally seen wearing bra size of 34C. Rita had an average height of 5 feet 6 inches and normal weight of 53 kg. She hadn’t gone through any surgery and breast implants in her career. Her hot and bold pair of legs and feet looked really hot when she exposed wearing sexy bikini and lingerie. Undoubtedly, she was one of the pretties and hottest actresses of the American movie industry.