Zoha Rahman Age, Height, Weight, Husband And More

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Zoha Rahman

Who Is Zoha Rahman How Old Is she, her husband/ Boyfriend, Net Worth, Parent, Zoha Rahman Age Height, Weight Know More About Her Here :-

Amanda Cerny Bio/Wiki
Full NameAmanda Rachelle Cerny
NicknameAmanda
Profession(s)Model, Youtuber
Famous ForPlaymate of the Month For October 2011
DebutNot Known
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 170 cm

in meters- 1.7 m

in feet inches- 5ft 7inch
Weight (approx.)In Kilogram- 57 kg
In Pound- 125Ibs
Figure Measurements (approx.)Breast- 34
Waist- 24
Hips- 34
Personal Life
Eye ColorDark Brown
Hair ColorDark Brown
Date of BirthJune 26, 1991
Age (as in 2019) 27 Year
BirthplacePittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US
Zodiac sign/Sun signCancer
NationalityAmerican
HometownLos Angeles, California
SchoolNot Known
College/UniversityFlorida State University, USA
Educational QualificationNot Known
ReligionChristianity
Ethnicity/Race Czech, German & Italian (Mixed)
Political InclinationNot Known
HobbiesNot Known
HonorsNot Known
Relationships & More
Sexual Orientation Straight
Affairs/BoyfriendsJohannes Bartl (Since 2017)
Family
Marital StatusIn Relationship
ParentsFather- Not Known
Mother- Not Known
Siblings1 Sister- Samantha
1 Brother- Nick Bateman
Favorite Things
Favorite FoodNot Known
Money Factor
SalaryNot Known
Net Worth$500 thousand approx.

Some Unknown Facts About Zoha Rahman:

  • Does Zoha Rahman Drink Alcohol?; Unknown
  • Does Zoha Rahman Smoke?; Not known

About Zoha Rahman

What was acting in a hijab like for you?

ZR: Well, I don’t wear the hijab apart from when I pray, but I was still very conscious of not treating it as just part of a costume. It’s not just a hat, and I was always mindful of respecting what I was representing.

In terms of everyone around me, I definitely felt a bit of hesitation from those who had only seen me in a hijab. Keep in mind, wardrobe and makeup are the first things we get done on set, so most people did not see me without one until we had our first cast and crew gathering, where some people didn’t recognise me.

It was a very “Clark Kent/Superman” moment for me, or should I say “Peter Parker/Spider-Man”, especially in Europe. But the best part for me was being able to give my input. I styled the hijab myself and I worked with the wardrobe team, deciding on styles to wrap it and on certain costume details, as sometimes I felt the sleeves were too short or there needed to be tights under a skirt in order for the outfit to be modest enough for a hijab-wearing teenager, with no compromise on style.

What do you think about the trend of hijabs in some films and TV shows often looking like kids’ hijabs or an outdated style, and how did you approach styling your hijab? 

ZR: Usually when you see a hijab in the movies or on [a] TV show, it’s usually a tight, unflattering fit that’s, quite frankly, a ready-made version of what an actual teenager would never actually wear. I took ideas from a lot of hijabi-style bloggers on Instagram, a lot of whom are actually my friends, and a lot of them wear hijabs, so there’s a lot of inspiration out there. When I first went into wardrobe for fittings, they actually gave me a piece of cloth — well, it was a scarf. I guess it had a single stitch in it and there was a hole for the face. Not to say anything wrong about the wardrobe department, but honestly, they didn’t know what they were doing.

I said, “Guys, what is this?” They said: “Oh my gosh, do you know how to tie one?” I was like, yes, I do, and they were so relieved. I could see on their faces that this was something that was really troubling them.

They said they needed to cater to continuity, obviously, because for them, having the hijab in the exact same place all day was important because that’s what you need for filming.