Thomasin McKenzie Height, Age, Movies, Net WorthLast updated: June 17, 2020
- Net Worth: $ 2,500,000
- Birthday: 26 Jun 2000
- Age: 20
- Country: New Zealand
- Occupation: Actress
- Zodiac sign: Leo
- Sexual orientation: Straight
- Height: 5.5 ft
- Weight: 108 lb
- Measurements: 34-24-34 in
- Hair Color: Light Brown
- Eye Color: Blue
- Birth Name: Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie
- Nationality: New Zealander
- Nickname: Tom
- Religion: Christianity
- Ethnicity: White. Scottish, English, and Jersey ancestry
- Father: Stuart McKenzie (Film Director, Playwright)
- Mother: Miranda Harcourt (Actress, Acting Coach)
- Siblings: Peter McKenzie (Older Brother), Davida (Younger Sister)
- Petite Physique
Who Is Thomasin McKenzie?
Thomasin McKenzie was born on July 26, 2000 in Wellington, New Zealand as Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie. She is a New Zealand actress who is best known for her roles in Leave No Trace and as Elsa Korr in the film Jojo Rabbit. She gained recognition early in her career, when she was cast as Astrid in 2014 epic high fantasy action film The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.
Thomasin McKenzie Relationships
Is Thomasin McKenzie married?
She is currently living her single life.
Thomasin McKenzie Quotes
- "There are no weak Jews. I am descended from those who wrestle angels and kill giants. We were chosen by God. You were chosen by a fat man with greasy hair and half a moustache." - Thomasin McKenzie
Thomasin McKenzie Plastic Surgeries
Did Jane Levy ever get plastic surgery?
We haven’t heard rumors of a boob job or a nose job lately, so we’ll have to say no to that!
Thomasin McKenzie Hobbies and Interests
Outing With Friends
Thomasin McKenzie Facts & Trivia
Thomasin’s almost entire family is associated with film and entertainment industry in some way or the other.
Thomasin prefers to listen and observe rather than be a chatterbox.
Thomasin McKenzie 2020 height is 5 ft 5 inches or (165 cm tall).
She is an animal lover.
Thomasin McKenzie Major Awards
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture in Jojo Rabbit (2019)