Height: 5’6” / 168 cm
Weight: 130 lbs / 59 kg
Measurements: 32-26-35 in / 81-66-89 cm
Dress Size: 6 US
Shoe Size: 9 US/ 39, 5 EU
Bra Size: 32B
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Brown
Nia Vardalos body measurements are standard for an actress. She is of average height, her body is toned and her face is pretty enough. The woman has big brown eyes which resemble overripe cherries in a hot summer and big open smile, which makes her face features look more prankish. Nia looks really sex-appeal, and that’s why many magazines all over the world are ready to post her photos on the cover. She lent her famous face to decorate the cover of “TV Guide Magazine” (USA) in 2003; “People Magazine” (USA) in 2003; “Zoomer Magazine” (Canada) in 2010 etc.
But great appearance is not the only thing Nia can boast with. She has many talents as well. Nia is a famous actress, a gifted writer and screenwriter. She rose to fame in 2001, when the movie “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” was released. Vardalos played the main heroine and wrote the script too. She participated in many other films and TV shows, like “I Hate Valentine's Day”, “Drop Dead Diva”, “Car Dogs” etc.
Nia Vardalos likes acting, but her other passion is writing. By the way, she told in her interview, that sometimes she hates writing, as she feels so lonely, sitting and typing for hours. Her typical writing day starts from taking her daughter to school, carrying her husband (an actor Ian Gomez) out for work and then having a workout. After that Nia begins writing and does it till she feels tired.
Nia Vardalos presented her memoir book “Instant Mom” in 2013. There she told the story about her daughter’s adoption. The star spends the part of her income to support kid adoptive groups.
Name: Antonia Eugenia Vardalos
Date of Birth: September 24, 1962
Place of Birth: Winnipeg, Canada
Zodiac Sign: Libra
Education: Ryerson University
She is married.
Husband: Ian Gomez (an actor; married since 1993)
She has an adopted daughter.
Daughter: Ilaria Gomez
Awards and Honors:
1) Independent Spirit Award for Best Debut Performance in 2003
2) Canadian Comedy Award for Multimedia in 2003
3) Oscar nomination in 2003