Mia Isaac Height Age Weight Measurement Wiki & Bio

Mia Isaac is an American actress who is well known for playing the character of Covey in the mystery-drama series “Black Cake” which aired on hulu. She gained huge fame for appearing as Claire in the 2019 TV film “Lovestruck”. In 2022, she appeared in drama movie, “Not Okay” and “Don’t Make Me Go”. Recently, she played the small role as Chloe Carter in the Dakota Fanning starred mystery-drama series “The Perfect Couple”.

Personal Information  
Full Name Mia Wei-Ming Isaac
Nickname Mia
Occupation/Profession Actress
Gender Female
Date of Birth 24 May 2004
Age 19 years old
Birthplace Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Currently lives in Los Angeles, California, United States
Nationality American
Zodiac or Birth Sign Gemini
Physical/Body Statistics  
Mia Isaac Height in feet 5 feet 3 inches
Mia Isaac Height in meter 1.6 meter
Mia Isaac Height in centimeter 160 centimeter
Overall Body Weight In Kilogram – 50 kg
In Pound [lbs] – 110 lbs
Body Type Banana
Body Measurements 30B-24-32
Chest [in inches] 32 inches
Waist [in inches] 24 inches
Hips [in inches] 32 inches
Shoe size 5.5 [US]
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black
Have tattoos? No
Education Information  
Qualification? Graduated
Where she did her schooling? Not Known
Where she did her graduation? Not Known
Family Background  
Have Parents ? Yes
Mother Name Simone Isaac
Father Name Alfredo Isaac
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-4K Per Episode
Net Worth US$ 300-400 Thousand Approx.
Advertisement Fees Unavailable
Social Media Accounts  
Instagram miawisaac
Facebook Unavailable
Twitter miawisaac
Acting Career/Achievement  
Debut TV Black Cake (2023, as Covey)
Debut Film Lovestruck (2019 TV Film, as Claire)
TVs Appearance The Perfect Couple (2024), Black Cake (2023)
Movies Appearance Gray Matter (2023), Not Okay (2022), Don’t Make Me Go (2022), You Could Have Done Better (2021 Short Film), The Cancel Club (2020 Short Film)

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