Pom Klementieff started her on-screen acting career in 2007 but grabbed the attention of the wider international audience through her roles in Marvel superhero films, Guardian of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Avengers: Infinity War. She got her start with the French independent film Après lui in 2007 while made her Hollywood debut during 2013 with a role in Oldboy. Soon after that, Pom moved to Los Angeles in order to explore more opportunities in the Hollywood industry. In 2017, she earned her big-break after landing the role of Mantis in the Marvel Comics superhero movie, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. The film received huge commercial and critical success, and Klementieff retained the same role in related Marvel superhero films as well, such as Avengers: Infinity War.
Pom Klementieff Personal Details:
- Complete Name: Pom Klementieff
- Nicknames: Pom
- Date of Birth: May 3, 1986
- Birthplace: Quebec City, Canada
- Nationality: French
- Occupation: Actress
- Zodiac Sign: Taurus
- Eye Color: Dark Brown
- Hair Color: Blonde
Pom Klementieff Height weight Body Measurements Age Facts
Pom Klementieff Family Details:
- Father: He was a French-Russian (Deceased)
- Mother: She is Korean.
- Siblings: None
- Spouse Name: Unmarried
- Children Name: None
Pom Klementieff Relationships History:
- She is yet to reveal any details about her boyfriends publicly.
Pom Klementieff Career Highlights:
- First Film: Après lui (2007)
- First TV Show: Pigalle, la nuit (2009)
Pom Klementieff Body Measurements:
Following are the complete actress Pom Klementieff height, weight, bra cup, shoe size, and other body measurements details.
- Height in Feet: 5’ 7”
- Height in Centimeters: 170 cm
- Weight in Kilogram: 56 kg
- Weight in Pounds: 123 pounds
- Feet/ Shoe Size: 8 (US)
- Body Measurements: 35-24-36
Pom Klementieff Interesting Facts:
- The actress is trained in taekwondo.
- She had a brother who unfortunately committed suicide.
- Pom Klementieff once worked as a saleswoman and waitress in France.
- She was named “Pom” because the word has a similar pronunciation to the Korean words for “tiger” and “spring”.