Annie Cooper Health, Health, Fitness, Height, Weight, Bust, Waist, and Hip Size

Annie Cooper - celebhealthy_comAnnie Cooper is a renowned British actress, dancer, and model. Born in the year 1983 in Sweden, she was greatly noticed when she was three years old, showing early signs of great potential in her baby ballet classes at London Studio Centre, London. She was four years old when she attended gymnastics school. She was spotted by Russian olympic coaches at the said gymnastics when she was seven years old. Later on, she won a scholarship to attend the prestigious Sylvia Young Theatre School in Marylebone, London. Soon after, she began working on films and modeling. Presently she is represented by Felix de Wolfe, London and in LA by Louisa Spring Management.

Ever wonder how Annie maintain that rockin’ bod? Well, she just stays active and regularly does her workout. “I’ve played just about every sport possible, so ever since I was little I have been very active in my everyday life,” she said in an interview. “I’ve always looked up to fitness models and admired the toned and muscular shape. One day in a high school digital design class, we had to Photoshop our heads on a fitness body. I saw myself like that and thought, ‘why can’t I look like that?’. There was no reason why I couldn’t. I began to research on this very website and made a plan of action on how to achieve that look. Let me tell you… Hardwork wins every time.”

For her diet, she said, “I now use IIFYM in my diet.  I like to keep variety in my meals. When getting ready for competitions I will usually rely on lots of beef, chicken, eggs, and fish for protein. My carb sources are mainly fruit, bread/wraps, rice, oats, and potatoes. Some of my fats come from cheese, nuts, avocados, flax meal, and eggs. I love combat bars and beef jerky so I will have those to snack on during the week.”

Body Measurement (2014 – Age 32)

Height: 163 cm | 5 feet, 4 Inches
Weight: 53 kg | 117 lbs
Bra/Bust Size: (not known)
Waist Size: (not known)
Hip Size: (not known)

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