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How Old Is ‘This Is Us’ Actress Lyric Ross?

This is Us is a popular television series with an all-star cast. This includes Milo Ventimiglia, Mandy Moore, Sterling K. Brown, Chrissy Metz, Justin Hartley, and Susan Kelechi Watson. While many of the stars are well-known from other television series or movies, a lesser known actress has made a big impact on both the show itself and audiences. That actress is Lyric Ross.

Lyric Ross is a new actress who landed her first big, recurring role in a television series with This Is Us. But both co-stars and fans are wowed by her emotional, realistic performance… one that helped the cast of the show win the 2019 Golden Globe Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.

Now fans want to know how old Lyric Ross is, and what acting experience has she had prior this big role? How has she adapted to her role as Deja in This is Us? Here’s what we know.

How old is Lyric Ross?

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Lyric Ross was born on September 30, 2003 in Evergreen Park, Illinois. This makes her 15 years old, and means that she was only 13 when she started her role as Deja in This Is Us.

When did she make her acting debut?

Lyric Ross showed a love of acting early on and began her career at the age of five when she starred in a few commercials, as well as small uncredited roles in television series. Her first credited role was in a small guest appearance on the television series Sirens in 2015.

What else has Lyric Ross appeared in?

Besides her big role in This Is Us and her acting debut, Lyric Ross has a few small credits to her name. She appeared in both Rogers Park and Canal Street. Since she is a relatively new acting talent, however, she does not have any other major credits. The good news is that her role as Deja in This is Us has undoubtedly opened a lot of doors into her future career as an actress.

Deja in ‘This is Us’

This Is Us follows the story of the Pearson family through both modern storytelling plotlines and flashbacks that give a peek into Jack and Rebecca’s three children’s childhoods. Deja appears in the second season of the television series as Randall and Beth Pearson’s foster child.

Deja starts out her role as a troubled foster who enters the family via a very rocky path. There is a dynamic shift in her role in the family and her own issues when her foster father, Randall, opens up about his own upbringing. When his sibling’s triplet died in birth, Randall was adopted – which explains why he does not look like the rest of his family. This wasn’t always easy for him, and his own struggles help Deja with her own.

What do her co-stars have to say about her acting abilities?

Lyric Ross’ co-stars only have great things to say about her as both a person and an actress. When she first joined the cast of the show, Dan Fogelman (This Is Us creator) posted a tweet that said “a star is born with our Deja (Lyric Ross).” This was the first hint that the young actress had raw talent.

Sterling K. Brown, who plays the role of foster father Randall, recently commented on the Ross’ acting abilities. “She’s a baby, and to me, it feels like she’s been doing this for years. She is so present, responsive and truthful.”

Actress Susan Kelechi Watson had nice things to say about who Lyric Ross is as a person. “Lyric is a beautiful young girl. Her personality is so loving, warm and very fresh. She’s seeing things for the first time.”

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Have you dried your eyes after watching the season three premiere of This Is Us? The show kicked off another year of tugging at our heartstrings by having Déjà ask her biological dad for the perfect gift to give Randall. Of course, Randall is more than happy to simply know that Déjà is ready to become his adoptive daughter for good. Now that Déjà is officially joining the Pearson family, it’s time to get to know the talented young actress who brings this nuanced character to life every week. Lyric Ross is a virtual newcomer in Hollywood, but you would never know it, thanks to the way she holds her own in scenes with her This Is Us foster parents, Sterling K. Brown and Susan Kelechi Watson.

According to her résumé, Ross’s first role was in a Bollywood film called Dhoom 3, although the mysterious project isn’t listed on her IMDb page. A quick internet search reveals that the movie is about a man who seeks revenge after his Chicago circus is closed. It’s unclear what role Ross played, but that’s such a wild premise that it might be worth tracking down anyway. Bollywood film aside, the young star’s most notable pre-This Is Us roles were guest appearances in the USA series Sirens and NBC’s Chicago Fire. Both of those roles were small, but Ross’s talent must have shown through because it wasn’t long after that she landed the role of Déjà.

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Déjà first appears on the scene in season two when Randall and Beth decide to become foster parents. Ross immediately stood out in a cast that’s packed with talent. In fact, she carries an entire episode focused on Déjà’s backstory all on her own. Her performance is subtle, nuanced, and a joy to watch. That makes her promotion to series regular in season three totally unsurprising and welcome at the same time.

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Now that Ross has made her mark on TV, it seems that Hollywood is already calling her to the big screen. The 14-year-old starred in the indie film Rogers Park in 2017, and soon she’ll be playing Mekhi Phifer’s daughter in the 2018 film Canal Street. It seems pretty clear that this is just the beginning of a long career for the gifted Ross, but we can’t help but hope she’ll be on This Is Us for many more seasons to come.

This Is Us star Asante Blackk on joining the show, what to expect from Malik and Deja

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This Is Us added a flurry of new faces in its fourth season, but right now, you’re probably most focused on the youthful, captivating one belonging to Asante Blackk. Fresh off his Emmy-nominated turn as the wrongly accused Kevin Richardson in Netflix’s Central Park Five miniseries When They See Us, the 18-year-old Blackk is shining again as Malik, a thoughtful straight A-student who also just happens to be a teenage father. The last part of that sentence has certainly thrown Randall (Sterling K. Brown) and Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson) for a loop and into (over)protective mode as they settle into Philadelphia with their adopted daughter, Deja (Lyric Ross), who is tentatively embarking on a relationship with him.

In Tuesday’s episode of This Is Us, “The Dinner and the Date,” Malik persuaded Deja to skip school so he could show her the Philadelphia that he loves. She initially tried to keep her emotional armor on, questioning whether he played the role of expert charmer/listener with other girls. And then it was his turn to be vulnerable, explaining that he’d previously had only one girlfriend, and this — whatever this was — was new to him, too. While their day of delinquency turned out to be the best day that Deja ever had, it did lead to a tense and loaded meeting of their parents: class issues divided Randall and Beth and Darnell (Omar Epps) and Kelly (Marsha Stephanie Blake); in addition, both sets of parents were blinded by their overprotectiveness of their own child. A terse-yet-sweet speech by Deja ultimately seemed to turn the tide toward acceptance — or at least toward supervised visits moving forward. (And there’s a sense of hope around this newly forming Pearson couple, as opposed to the dread that surrounds this one.)

What attracted Blackk to the role? Which This Is Us actor made him do a double take? Does Blackk feel that Randall is justified in his concern for his daughter? And what might be in store for Malik and Deja? Read on to see what Blackk had to say about the show’s captivating new character as well as the fallout from “The Dinner and the Date.”

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What was your first reaction when you find out that Dan Fogelman had a role for you on This is Us?
ASANTE BLACKK: I was kind of skeptical. I’ve been watching This Is Us since the first season. I didn’t know much about the character, so I was like, “Wait, who wants me to do what?” I mean, it’s an amazing show; I’m such a fan of it. Of course, I said that I’d love to audition, and I auditioned. The first audition was a self-tape, and I did a chemistry read with Lyric Ross. And it’s so crazy because when she was added to the show in season 2, me and one of my other actor friends, doing what actors do, analyzing other actors performances, we saw her in the show, and we’re like, “Yo, who is this girl? She can act!” Like, she’s amazing. And I get to do a character test with her, which was amazing. But I was just in complete shock that This Is Us was adding these three new storylines with this already established world and that the were expanding it in this way — and that I would get to be a part of it.

Kevin and Malik are both misjudged in a way. But was one of the appeals of this role that Malik is in the opposite of Kevin, where it’s all about Kevin’s childlike innocence and fragility, yet Malik seems wise and mature beyond his years?
Definitely, yes. It’s something that I strive for. It’s such a privilege that I’m able to do that at this young age. But yeah, it’s very much something that attracted me to the role… I can add a little bit of that Asante swag to him. But like you said, he’s such a mature young man for his age and under the circumstances that he’s put in, that made him have to grow up and have to become that wiser, more mature 16-year-old than other 16-year-olds.

But as was the case with Kevin, were you also intrigued by idea that this kid was misunderstood and was being judged wrongly by a bunch of people, including Randall and Beth? Everyone puts him in a box, given that he had a baby at a young age, but he’s a straight-A student, he’s got this incredibly mature outlook on life. He’s not who you think you might think he is at first glance.
The nuances of human life are so interesting to me. What isn’t always present when you take your first glance and look past those first judgments is so interesting to me, because it really shows that everybody’s life is so much more complicated than we may think it is. Every single person living on this Earth is living a life that’s just as complex as our own. Of course you see a young black single father, you think, “Oh, he’s made a mistake. Oh, he’s doing bad things out here, he’s not doing what he’s supposed to be doing.” But the reality is, yes, he did make a mistake — but he does not see his daughter as a mistake. He takes responsibility for her. He’s proud to be her father. He’s doing everything that he can to give her the best life that she can possibly have. And we explored a little bit of that, in terms of how Randall and Beth see Malik and how his parents get defensive. And it’s really interesting how it plays on socioeconomic backgrounds.

In addition, his parents are incredibly supportive and loving. Usually in that Hollywood depiction, they’re put-upon or angry that he had a baby at such an early age. Were you surprised — pleasantly — to see that too?
Very much pleasantly so. Because not everything is black and white, you know? It’s so amazing to have these stories be told that haven’t been told yet in Hollywood. You can have a young black father who’s supporting his daughter and loves her. But why not have parents that are fully supportive and love their granddaughter just as much and are happy for him in a sense? Because that’s a real thing too. That happens in real life, it happens in different ways, it happens everywhere. I’m glad to see we’re starting to include every little way that life goes about. It’s good to see that we’re including these stories. These stories that aren’t typically shown in Hollywood, but there’s way more to life than what you just see on TV and movies.

You and Lyric filmed part of this episode in Philadelphia, as Malik takes Deja on his own special tour of the city. What did you take away from that experience?
First of all, the writing of the episode, Kay Oyegun, who is absolutely magnificent, just did an amazing job of picking things for Deja and Malik’s first date. I thought that it was such an incredible idea to have the first date be them skipping school and having her tour Philly. It was really fun. We got to see many, many different, not necessarily Philly landmarks for tourists, but these spots that people that are native to Philly know. We got to see that side of Philly. Lyric made it amazing and the whole crew made it amazing. Philly is such a beautiful city. I wouldn’t mind living there.

Let’s talk a little bit about that awkward dinner scene with the two families. What struck you about it?
Even though I wasn’t in this scene, the biggest thing that struck me was when Randall and Darnell get into it, and Randall and Beth overstep or say something that they don’t really mean — when you say something, there’s a little truth to it even if you don’t mean for it to come off a certain way. I think it’s so interesting to see how Randall and Beth don’t even realize that they’re being classist in a way by prejudging Malik. And then you see Darnell, who’s this quiet humble person — opposed to Kelly who’s more vocal about her feelings — kind of come out of his shell and go to a sort of extreme to defend his son, taking off his jacket, explaining his tattoos, showing where he got them from, but also saying, “This is not making me who I am. This is something that was a part of my past. You can either choose to see past that or you can choose to see the beautiful people that we are on the inside.”

I think that’s going to resonate with people because it’s such a huge thing in life. I mean, even wrapping back around to When They See Us, the exonerated Five, what happened in 1989, they were prejudged based on what the media portrayed them to be. But truly there were these sweet, innocent kids who had never gotten in trouble their whole life. So now you see Randall and Beth judging Malik and his family based on what it seems like they’ve gotten into in their past, but they truly do not know this family as well as they should to be even making these judgments. I think this is something that translates to real life beautifully.

And vice versa, with Deja. There’s assumptions being made about her by Kelly.
Exactly. And it all comes together in the end.

The first meeting with Malik and Randall a few weeks ago was fantastic and funny, watching Randall react to Malik. Throughout these episodes, did you understand Randall’s fatherly concern, being protective of Deja after everything that she’s been through — even if it was misguided — or did you feel that Randall was out of line?
No, I completely understood and I did not disagree with Randall at all. I mean, when I’m a father, if my daughter said she was dating a boy with a baby, I’d have the same reaction. But it’s because Randall doesn’t know Malik yet. It’s a very fair reaction to have as a father when you don’t know somebody yet. But that’s why I think that it was so important for this episode to happen, so that they can, in a way, get to know Malik, and kind of see that he’s more than meets the eye. But his reaction was very fair. I’m proud of Randall.

Deja has a trust issue with Malik, based partly on the men in her mother’s life. Will that continue to be a factor in their relationship and as Malik tries to break through to her?
We haven’t gotten that far filming yet, but these writers are super, super amazing. I’m just assuming that it’s going to be a full of complexity, so I think that it’s safe to say yes. This is Deja’s first boyfriend, and he already has had such a complex life, so I think that we’ll start to see some more of those trust issues. But we’ll see how it’s handled very well.

What can we expect from Malik moving forward?
You’ll definitely see Malik and Deja’s relationship grow and hey, it might make a Randall and Beth a little uncomfortable, but you’ll still see it anyways. And you’ll probably start to see a little bit more of Malik and Beth interacting — just having real talk, I guess you could say.

After seeing Deja’s happiness, Randall and Beth try to learn more about Malik from her. They also agree to allow supervised visits in the house. How does that go?
Ummm… very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very awkward. And that’s all I’ll say about that.

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The newest addition to the ‘This Is Us’ family, Lyric Ross, has been blowing us away with powerful performances each week. Here’s everything you need to know about the actress, Lyric Ross!

1.) Lyric Ross, 14, is a newcomer to Hollywood. Though she’s been acting on television since 2015, it’s her breakout role as Deja on This Is Us that is quickly making her a household name. Lyric joined the series for it’s second season as foster child Deja, who Randall (Sterling K. Brown) and Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson) welcome into their home and family. Even the series creator, Dan Fogelman, knows that they struck gold with Lyric. On October 18 he tweeted that the cast was doing “serious work”, and added “a star is born with our Deja (Lyric Ross).”

2.) You’ve seen her on NBC before. Prior to her role as Deja on This Is Us, Lyric appeared on another drama: Chicago Fire! Lyric had a small role on the show during their fourth season in 2015. The episode revolved around Boden (Eamonn Walker) after his job was on the line because he was accused of some wrongdoing. Lyric’s appearance was so small that her character didn’t have a name, but she definitely left her mark.

3.) Lyric doesn’t appear to be on any form of social media. Unlike most girls her age, Lyric isn’t spending all of her time on Twitter, Instagram and whatever else the kids are posting on these days. Though she does have an Instagram account that her on-screen foster sister, Eris Baker, recently used to tag her, it only has one post on it. Maybe Eris and their other on-screen sister, Faithe C. Herman, will inspire Lyric to start posting more often?

4.) She’s a triple threat! According to Lyric’s resume, acting is only one of the many things this talented young woman can do. She’s also a singer and dancer! On top of that she likes to do impersonations, go fishing, bike riding and play video games. Sounds like fun!

Young actress playing Deja (Lyric Ross) stepping onto stage with once-in-generation actor @SterlingKBrown and holding her own. Crazy. #thisisus

— Dan Fogelman (@Dan_Fogelman) October 25, 2017

Tell us, HollywoodLifers — How have YOU been enjoying Lyric as Deja on This Is Us? Are you excited to see more of Lyric? Comment below, let us know!

This Is Us’ Lyric Ross Foreshadows Deja’s ‘Awkward’ Thanksgiving, Meeting Mother of Malik’s Child

This Is Us has already presented some tense and awkward (even at times confrontational) dinners in season 4. And Lyric Ross, who plays Deja, tells PEOPLE that the mid-season finale’s Thanksgiving dinner is another memorable gathering for the Pearson family. (After all, Randall’s favorite holiday has been eventful these past seasons.)

Deja has invited her biological mother, Shauna, to Randall (Sterling K. Brown) and Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson)’s home for the holiday after telling Beth about wanting to spend more time with Shauna. “It took a lot of guts for Deja not to be silent about what she wanted,” Ross, 16, says of her character, who was adopted by Randall and Beth, getting the courage to ask Beth about inviting Shauna. “I think it’s going to be great for Deja to have both people who equally love her. To have them in one house on Thanksgiving, that’s a great moment.”

Meanwhile across town in Bradford, Kevin (Justin Hartley) has also extended a dinner invitation to his and Randall’s uncle Nicky (Griffin Dunne), who has little to no memories with the rest of the family since late patriarch Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) lied to them about his brother Nicky’s existence.

“I think it’s already awkward for Shauna. She’s definitely an outsider when it comes to the Pearson family. It’s even more awkward that Kevin is coming with Uncle Nicky, who are two new interesting guests to Shauna,” Ross says. “Shauna doesn’t know anyone else in the Pearson family but Tess, Annie, Randall and Beth. Shauna is pretty much being open to seeing Deja and is okay with going into this dinner as long as she sees her child. It’s going to impact Deja in showing her that Shauna does love her, misses her and cares for her like that.”

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Fans last saw Shauna in flashbacks of Deja’s childhood during her unforgettable first date with her new boyfriend Malik (Asante Blackk), who took her on a special tour of his hometown of Philadelphia. After a contentious dinner between their parents last week, the families agreed on allowing Deja and Malik to only go on supervised dates.

“Of course, I find that annoying,” Ross laughs of her character’s predicament. “It’s funny because my mom would do the same exact thing so it was pretty easy to flow with everything that Deja was feeling. I’ve been through that before.”

The actress adds, “The parents pretty much know everything that’s going on, and they want to keep it that way to make sure nothing else happens. Malik understands that Randall and Beth are very protective over Deja so they’re setting boundaries for the relationship.”

Though Ross did not disclose whether Malik will meet Shauna soon, she did share why he gives Deja a sense of comfort. “Malik is that person who listens to her and she can talk to him about pretty much anything. Malik makes her feel like home,” she says. “I’m pretty sure that the only people who could make her feel like that are her mom and grandma. That was home to her.”

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As Deja’s romance with Malik intensifies, the memories of her past could be further triggered. “We’ve only touched on certain things that Deja’s been through. We didn’t really go deep into what we could or can in her story,” Ross says of her character’s backstory. “We’ve already shown a decent amount of her strength, I’m excited to show more of what makes her happy. During her childhood with her mom, she hasn’t had a lot of time to just be a kid. For her to have even one day when she’s just being herself and having a good time, I want to see more of that.”

And Malik’s past may also be explored further with the introduction of his ex-girlfriend, who gave all parental rights of their daughter Janelle to him and his parents.

This Is Us‘ creator and showrunner Dan Fogelman recently told TVLine that Janelle’s mother could appear “potentially this season,” adding that the storyline will possibly be “less about” her relationship with Malik and “more about what it means from Deja’s point of view.” Fogelman even hinted: “She’s an ex-girlfriend who is the mother of his child — a child he spends all of his time and energy on. So it makes it complicated for .”

Ross tells PEOPLE that Deja meeting Janelle’s mother could be “a lot of mixed emotions.”

“I think Deja might be a little overwhelmed meeting the mother of Malik’s child. It’s not just because she’s the mother of Malik’s child but she has a history with him,” she says. “And for her to be connected to Malik because of their child, I would be confused if I was Deja. I think it’s going to be a lot of mixed emotions going on in her head.”

This Is Us airs Tuesdays (9 p.m. ET) on NBC.

‘This Is Us’ Adds Asante Blackk as Series Regular for Season 4 (Exclusive)

The fourth season premiere of This Is Us introduced three major new characters, and one will play an even bigger role than previously thought: Asante Blackk, who plays Philadelphia high schooler Malik, will be a series regular for the NBC show’s fourth season, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

“My character, Malik, is a great young man. He’s connected to the Pearsons in a very, very . He gets close to them as as the season goes along,” Blackk told THR at the 2019 Emmy Performers Nominee reception in September. “I’ve been greeted with open arms by the cast. They’re all amazing, and it’s great to have such a such a great show and have such great writing.”

Blackk’s character met Deja (Lyric Ross), the adoptive daughter of Randall (Sterling K. Brown) and Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson), in the season premiere while at a barbecue before the new school year (the family’s first in their new Philly home).

The actor was nominated for an Emmy for his role in the Ava DuVernay limited series When They See Us, about a group of New York City teenagers wrongfully imprisoned for raping a woman in Central Park and who are now known as the Exonerated Five. He played the teenage Kevin Richardson in the series (Justin Cunningham portrayed Richardson as an adult).

Blackk is represented by UTA and Del Shaw.

This Is Us series regulars for season four include Griffin Dunne, who recurred last season as patriarch Jack Pearson’s long-lost younger brother, along with returning cast members Milo Ventimiglia, Mandy Moore, Brown, Chrissy Metz, Justin Hartley, Chris Sullivan, Watson, Jon Huertas, Hannah Zeile, Niles Fitch, Logan Shroyer, Mackenzie Hancsicsak, Lonnie Chavis, Parker Bates, Faithe Herman, Eris Baker and Ross.

Executive producers of the 20th Century Fox TV series include creator Dan Fogelman, Isaac Aptaker, Elizabeth Berger, John Requa, Glenn Ficarra, Ken Olin, Charlie Gogolak and Jess Rosenthal.

This Is Us airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on NBC.

Lyric Ross Bio, Age, Parents, TV Shows, Net Worth

Lyric Ross wanted to act since she was a toddler; thus, she kept honing her craft. Her hard work and passion paid off as she landed her first TV show, Sirens in 2015.

However, it was her recurring role of Déjà in the hit show, This Is Us, which catapulted her to fame in 2017. The following year was even better for the budding actress as she got promoted to series regular in the season three of the Emmy nominated series.

Continuing on the highs of her career, Lyric got nominated for 2018 Teen Choice Award in the Choice Breakout TV Star category. Well, she won 2019 Screen Actors Guild Award as part of the ensemble cast of This Is Us.

Wiki-Like-Bio

Lyric was born to parents; mother Brandi Smith and a loving father in 2003. Celebrating her birthday every 30th September, she grew up in a village, Evergreen Park of Illinois.

Creatively inclined since a baby, Lyric is a triple threat; she can sing and dance beside her acting skills. Interestingly, her mother is also involved in the music industry.

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Taking about her education, the 15-year-old went to James Hart till eight grade and passed the school in 2018. The Sirens actress put up a bunch of pictures of last day at a school party with her friend on 2nd June 2018 in her Instagram account.

Net Worth

Lyric has always been a star in the making. While still going to middle school in Chicago’s suburbs, she managed to make a wave in show business via her TV show; This Is Us in 2017.

Lyric Ross (second from right) Instagrams a picture posing with her on-screen family of This Is Us on 3rd April 2019 ( Photo: Lyric Ross’ Instagram)

Well, the actress of Black ethnicity is here to make it big in the Hollywood industry. Her resume includes TV shows, namely Chicago Fire, The real and Red Carpet Report. Besides, Lyric’s TV success she has also been part of some movies. Her films include Canal Street and Rogers Park.

As a busy actress, she earns a salary of $50,305 per year, which adds to her increasing net worth.

Dating Facts

Lyric is relatively young to be active in the dating scene.

However, there is no reliable information about her possible boyfriend. Thus, it can only be speculated either she is in a relationship or is single.

No matter, the boyfriend situation, Lyrics already has the loves of her life in the form of her parents. On 28th October 2017, she put up an adorable picture with her dad at The Palazzo Las Vegas.

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Simlarly, the actress’ mother keeps posting pictures of their sweet family on Instagram. Besides her parents, Lyric’s extended family are also a big part of her personal life. On 13th April 2018, she posted a picture of while attending her uncle’s wedding, where she acted as the junior bridesmaid.

Taking about her height, she stands at the height of 5 feet 2 inches (1.57 m) with a complementing weight.