Lucy Lawless Height and Weight Stats

Born in New Zealand, Lucy Lawless became known around the world as Universal’s butt-kicking Warrior Princess, Xena.  Since then she has walked the Great Wall of China for Discovery Channel, murdered rapaciously on Battlestar Galactica, flown home on The Simpsons, and dated Larry David on Curb your Enthusiasm.

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She appears in Bedtime Stories with Adam Sandler and Russell Brand, where she plays the villainous character Aspen, whose main thrust in life is to make Sandler’s character miserable.  This she did with aplomb and unbridled enthusiasm. Since singing with Smokey Robinson, Kenny Loggins and Dionne Warwick on Celebrity Duets, Lucy has gone on to sing to sold-out rock shows in LA, NYC, Chicago and London.

Body Stats:

Lucy Lawless

Lucy Lawless

Height: 178 cm | 5 feet, 10 Inches

Weight: 64 kg | 141 lbs

Shoe size: 8

Dress size: 6

Bra size: 34C

Measurements:  38-26-34 in /96.5-66-86 cm

Ethnicity: White

Hair Color: Black

Eye Color: Blue


Name: Lucy Frances Lawless

Nickname: Lucy

Date of Birth: March 29, 1968

Place of Birth:   Auckland, New Zealand

Place of Residence: Auckland, New Zealand

Zodiac Sign: Aries

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Fun Facts:

Lucy Lawless

Lucy Lawless


  • Garth Lawless (1987 – 1995)
  • Rob Tapert (1996 – present)

Children: 3

Awards and Honors:

  • 2016 Nominated Chainsaw Award Best TV Supporting Actress
  • 2011 Won Saturn Award Best Supporting Actress on Television
  • 2010 Nominated Golden Nymph Outstanding Actress – Drama Series
  • 1999 Nominated OFTA Television Award Best Actress in a Syndicated Series
  • 1998 Nominated OFTA Television Award Best Actress in a Syndicated Series
  • 1997 Nominated Saturn Award Best Genre TV Actress

Hobbies and Interests: Reading, gym

Favorite Color: Green

Favorite Food: Baked beans and chili

Favorite Music: Jazz

Favorite Perfume: A Little Naughty

Favorite Sports: Basketball

Favorite Movie: The Battle for Mount

Interesting Facts:

  • Chosen by “People” magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World.
  • Fractured her pelvis after falling from a horse. She was practicing a scene for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992) .
  • Studied drama at the William Davis Center for Actors Study, under William B. Davis.
  • Lucy suffered a miscarriage immediately following the filming of the last episode ofXena: Warrior Princess (1995). She considered canceling the appearance she was going to make with her “Xena” partner, Renée O’Connor (Gabrielle), at a fan convention. However, she decided to show up despite the tragic event just a few days earlier and even though Renee was 6 months pregnant with her first baby.
  • Sister-in-law of actress Mary Beth Tapert.
    Lawless says she had “no regrets” about boarding and preventing an oil-drilling ship from leaving a New Zealand dock, a protest action that saw her plead guilty on Thursday June 14, 2012 to trespass charges.
    Sadly suffered a miscarriage between her second and third child.
  • Wanted to be an opera singer until she was 16. Then she learned they have a strict diet and can’t stay out all night. After that she changed her mind but still sings. Her vocal range is contralto.
  • Speaks German, French, some Italian.
  • Owns a holiday house at Taupo on the shores of Lake Taupo, New Zealand.
  • Was asked by Peter Jackson to audition for the role of “Galadriel” in “Lord of the Rings”, but declined because her pregnancy would stall production.
  • Is a natural ash blonde before coloring her hair black for the role of “Xena”.
  • She said that her partner at Xena: Warrior Princess (1995), Renée O’Connor, has been one of the few people who have joined her true friends from youth. As an example, she invited her to her wedding with Rob Tapert. They also act together on conventions stages.
  • She was offered the role of “Ellen Tigh” in Battlestar Galactica (2004), but she refused. That role was played by Kate Vernon and the scriptwriters created another role for her, the evil “D’anna Biers”.
  • Awarded the New Zealand Order Of Merit (NZOM), Queen’s Birthday Honours 2004, for services to NZ entertainment and the community.
  • Member of the Starship Foundation board of trustees since 2000. Starship is NZ’s main children’s hospital.

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