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An American actress, “Tamala R. Jones” was born on November 12, 1974 in Pasadena, California, U.S. Jones is best known for her brilliant performance in the movies ‘The Wood’, ‘Booty Call’, ‘The Brothers’, ‘Kingdom Come’ and ‘Two Can Play That Game’. Currently, she is showing her outstanding performance on the ABC TV show ‘Castle’. She started her career as being a model. As a model, she has appeared in the various magazine covers and television commercials. She made her first appearance in the TV as a guest star on teen sitcom ‘California Dreams’. Tamala got her first major TV role in the ABC drama ‘Dangerous Minds’. After that, she was casted regular star on ‘One on One’. Besides this, she made guest appearance in the TV series like ‘The Parent’s Hood’, ‘Malcolm & Eddie’, ‘Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip’, My Name is Earl’ and ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’. The talented actress is also got noticed for her exquisite body and charming face.
Tamala R. Jones body measurements as of 2014,
Age in 2014: 39 (November 12, 1974)
Body Shape: Hourglass
Body measurements size: 36-25-35 inches (91-64-89 cm)
Bra Cup Size: 32D
Height in feet: 5 feet 4 inches
Height in cm: 162 cm
Weight in kg: 61 kg
Weight in pounds: 135 lbs
Hair Color: Dark Brown
Eye Color: Dark Brown
Shoe/feet size: 7 US
Dress Size: 4
The gorgeous actress, Tamala Jones is blessed with sizzling hourglass shaped body. She has large breast, slim waist and flat belly. The gorgeous beauty has hot body measurements size of 36-25-35 inches. She has gone through breast implants to gain such a large breast of 36. She wears the bra size of 32D as she has large breast of 36. Tamala has normal height of 5 feet 4 inches and weight of 61 kg. Her sexy body can be viewed from her numerous movies where she has shown off her hot pair of legs and feet. She looks out of the world when she exposes her mesmerizing body in bikini. Considering her beautiful body, she was even voted as one the Sexiest Women of the Year in the year 2001 and 2001 by the Black Men Magazine.