Jessica Alba Height and Weight

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Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba Height and Weight

Jessica Alba Weight?

127 lbs or 58 kg

How Tall Is Jessica Alba?
5′ 7″ (1.70 m)

What Are Jessica Alba Measurements?
34C-24-34

Jessica Alba shoe size – 8

Jessica Alba horoscope – Taurus

Date Of Birth
28 April 1981, Pomona, California, USA

Birth Name
Jessica Marie Alba

Jessica Marie Alba is an American television and film actress.

Jessica Alba Quotes
I’m really good at being sarcastic with guys. That’s the best way to hang out with them, because that’s what guys like. They don’t want the quiet, prissy little things.

I thought it was my job to give all the boys their first kiss.

I like Spongebob Squarepants. He’s goofy, like me.

[July 2004] I just don’t have a great feeling about what we’re doing in Iraq. I don’t know why we’re there. Didn’t we just give the power back over there? Why are we still there?

[on racial stereotyping] My father is Mexican and very dark; my mother is very fair. I used to always get [script] breakdowns for things like Maria, the janitor’s daughter who hangs around with white kids. I was born in the United States. I never thought about it until the industry made me think about being a Latin girl. It seemed like such a bizarre thing.

My grandfather was the only Mexican at his college, the only Hispanic person at work and the only one at the all-white country club. He tried to forget his Mexican roots, because he never wanted his kids to be made to feel different in America. He and my grandmother didn’t speak Spanish to their children. Now, as a third-generation American, I feel as if I have finally cut loose.

Men are much bigger divas than women. When I used to do the action scenes in “Dark Angel” (2000) I would have to play it rough. If you hit an actress accidentally, she would usually take it on the chin and say, “Don’t do that again.” But with the guys, they would put ice on it, take a 20-minute break and ask for X-rays. It was unbelievable. I would tell them, “Come on, man, get over it.” That’s actors for you.

There’s no such thing as a perfect guy. I think it would be strange if somebody was absolutely everything you always wanted, because then there’d be no challenge. Also, you’d feel inferior.

There is always an unspoken problem about casting Latina actresses. I have heard Jennifer Lopez talk about how it was for her, always being up for the role of the Latina chick.

What happens when the looks fade?. If I don’t establish myself as someone who can act a part rather than look the part, I will soon be finished.

I wish there were two of me and 48-hour days so I could get everything done. But for me, I have to not try and think that everything has to be 100% perfect all the time and leave room for error. As long as my kids feel loved and a priority, everything really is secondary.

I love listening to Coldplay. But sometimes I listen to it too much and it depresses me. I call it a “reflective” mood.

The most important thing I have learned in life was that being a teenager wasn’t forever. I had a hard time being a teenager.

I don’t hang out with the Hollywood cool people. I’m not out trying to make friends with people because they’re famous.

I don’t put weight on fame, and having people around me just because I am famous makes me feel really bad about myself.

I have my own spiritual thing, but am not part of an organized religion. I think religion is very special and individual to each person.

I don’t need to be in the press or seen. Just because I’m not in magazines or because I’m not in a movie doesn’t mean I’m going away. It just means I have some sense of integrity.

I did research when I was pregnant with my first daughter and was horrified by the chemicals in products, even those meant for babies. I would have to go to 50 different places just to get my house and my kid clean.

Living in L.A., everyone likes to mold you and change you. I don’t care about fame, I don’t care about being a celebrity. I know that’s part of the job, but I don’t feed into anyone’s idea of who I should be.

I used to come to Beverly Hills for auditions as a kid and think, “Why don’t I live here? Why don’t I drive that car?”

I wasn’t given a whole lot in my life. I was on the bottom of the class system. But I got wisdom. I never just did what people told me. I questioned everything. When I look back, it is really no surprise that I started working at 12.

From a very early age, I remember thinking that adults were always acting like assholes. I couldn’t understand why I had to respect them. My pre-school teacher forced me to write right-handed when I was left-handed. I didn’t get why I had to change. Nobody could give me a reason. I have had a big problem with authority ever since.

[Being raised by young parents] We all grew up together. My parents were so young. My dad hates it when I talk about our past, about not having things, living with grandma, wearing thrift-store clothes, cutting coupons.

If I didn’t get a job, between 16 and 18, that wasn’t significant, I was just going to go to college. I didn’t want to be a struggling actor at 36 with five kids, doing something I hated. You see the story so much. It’s such a vicious business to be in when you’re not meant to be in it.

[on learning Spanish] I have a great accent because I grew up hearing it in the neighborhood. But I have no idea what I’m saying.

Living in L.A., everyone likes to mold you and change you. I don’t care about fame, I don’t care about being a celebrity. I know that’s part of the job, but I don’t feed into anyone’s idea of who I should be.

[on growing up in L.A.] I never really belonged anywhere. I wasn’t white. I was shunned by the Latin community for not being Latin enough. My grandfather was the only one in our family to go to college. He made a choice not to speak Spanish in the house. He didn’t want his kids to be different.

It’s not always so great to be objectified but I don’t feel I have much of a choice right now. I’m young in my career. I know I have to strike when the iron is hot. I look forward to the day when I can do a small movie and act and it’s not about me wearing a bathing suit or chaps.

One of the reasons why I chose not to be a devout Christian is because a lot of people gave me a lot of grief for just being a woman and made me feel ashamed for having a body because it tempted men. I didn’t understand what that meant because I was like, “God created this . . .” That was a hard time in my life.

Everyone has an opinion of who you are and what your relationship is about, things that you’ve done or didn’t do in your relationship – and it’s just all crap, really. Things that are written about it are all crap.
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