Katie Beth Hall Height Age Weight Measurement Wiki & Bio

Katie Beth Hall is an American actress who is widely known for her television roles in “Head of the Class” as Sarah Watson and “Happy!” as Brooke. she is also best known for her portrayal Abby McKenzie in the comedy film Home “Sweet Home Alone”. She began her acting career in 2016 with short film “The New 35”, in which she played the young role of Kat.

Personal Information  
Name Katie Beth Hall
Nickname Katie
Occupation/Profession Actress
Gender Female
Date of Birth 26 January 2005
Age 17 years old
Birthplace New York City, New York, United States
Currently lives in New York City, New York, United States
Nationality American
Zodiac or Birth Sign Aquarius
Physical/Body Statistics  
Katie Beth Hall Height in feet 5 feet 3 inches
Katie Beth Hall Height in meter 1.6 meter
Katie Beth Hall Height in centimeter 160 centimeter
Overall Body Weight In Kilogram – 52 kg
In Pound [lbs] – 114 lbs
Body Type Banana
Body Measurements 30C-24-33
Chest [in inches] 33 inches
Waist [in inches] 24 inches
Hips [in inches] 33 inches
Shoe size 5.5 [US]
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Blue
Have tattoos? No
Education Information  
Qualification? Studying Art and Interior Design
Where she did her schooling? Cedar Life Academy
Where she did her graduation? Not Known
Family Background  
Have Parents ? Yes
Mother Name Not Known
Father Name Not Known
Brother’s Name Not Known
Sister’s Name Not Known
Marital Status Unmarried
Children No
Dating/Affair History  
Boyfriend Name Possibly Single
Previous Dating? Unknown
Money Factor  
Salary Per Episode/Movie US$ 2K-3K Per Episode
Net Worth US$ 300-350 Thousand Approx.
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Social Media Accounts  
Instagram Katie
Facebook Katie
Twitter Katie
Acting Career/Achievement  
Debut TV I, Witness (2017, as Debra May)
Debut Film The New 35 (2016 Short Film, as Young Kat)
TVs Appearance Better Call Saul (2022-22), Head of the Class (2021), Bull (2018), Happy! (2017-18), Shadow of Doubt (2017)
Movies Appearance Home Sweet Home Alone (2021), Trailer Park Princess (2019), The Big Impossible (2017 Short Film), Be Sweet (2017 Short Film)

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