Born on March 20, 1958 in Conyers, Georgia, USA, Holly Hunter is one of the sought-after American actresses in the entertainment industry. She is the daughter of Opal Marguerite and Charles Edwin Hunter. With a background of drama from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, it is no wonder why Helen developed a huge passion for acting. While attending at Carnegie, she performed in theatre plays which made her become a skilled, promising actress. She earned her first role in Tony Maylam’s slasher film The Burning. After that, she had several acting roles in various high-grossing films such as The Piano, The Firm, Living Out Loud, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Thirteen, Nine Lives, and many others. In 2007 to 2010, she played a significant role in the American crime drama series Saving Grace. Just recently, she appeared in the miniseries Bonnie and Clyde: Dead and Alive.
Now what’s the key to her ever youthful and slim figure? Well, according to the actress, her exercise regimen is all about doing Pilates and weight training. She does these exercises two hours a day. Other than that, she also spends time working out on a treadmill. “Treadmill to keep my lower body in shape, weight training because I wanted to look strong and not overdeveloped. Then Pilates to tone my muscles,” Holly said when she was asked about her typical workout routine. “My personal trainer helped pick out the exercises that I needed.”
For her diet, she basically eats low-fat foods. She also stays away from eating foods that are processed and refined.
Body Measurement (2014 – Age 56)
Height: 157 cm | 5 feet, 2 Inches
Weight: 55 kg | 121 lbs
Bra/Bust Size: 10B | 32B
Waist Size: 61 cm | 24 in
Hip Size: 81 cm | 32 in