Shauna Rae Wiki, Age, Height, Boyfriend, Father, Mother, Net Worth & More

Shauna Rae


Real NameShauna Rae.
In LimelightI Am Shauna Rae (2022).
ProfessionSocial Media Influencer.
Reality TV Star.
Birth DateJune 29, 1999.
Birth PlacePittsburgh, PA, America.
ParentsFather: Scott Lesick.
Mother: Patty Rae.
SisterTara Lesick.
StepfatherMark Schrankel.
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Love Life
Marital StatusNot married.
Single | EngagedSingle.
Body Measurements
WeightKg: 22.6.
Pounds: 50 lbs.
HeightIn feet: 3' 10".
In centimeters: 116.8 cm.
In meters: 1.16 m.
CollegeUniversity of South Wales.
TelevisionLisey's Story (2021).
I Am Shauna Rae (2022).
MoviesGood For One Free Hug (2018).
Net worth$281k.

I Am Shauna Rae

T.V. Star Shauna Rae Wiki | Bio

Shauna Rae (born on June 29, 1999) is a 23-year-old cancer survivor who suffers from pituitary dwarfism. For those who do not know, Rae had brain cancer which was removed with the help of Chemotherapy, but it affected her bodily growth. Now, even at 23, she is 3 feet 10 inches tall and looks like an 8-year-old.

Shauna first came into the limelight after her show “I Am Shauna Rae” aired on TLC on January 11, 2022. The entire reality show is built around Rae’s daily life and how she tries to live life like an average person.

Fortunately, viewers loved “I Am Shauna Rae,” and currently, it stands with a 6.8 IMDB rating. Following the overwhelming response from the audience, the makers came up with the second installment of the show, which came out on November 1, 2022.

We know you came here looking for answers about Shauna, and through this, we will try to answer all of your questions. So continue reading.


Shauna Rae with her family

How Old is Shauna Rae?

On June 29, 1999, Shauna Rae (age 23) took birth in Pittsburgh, PA, America, at the home of her biological father, Scott Lesick, and mother, Patty. As explained by N.Y. Post, Shauna had brain cancer by birth and had to undergo Chemotherapy in order to get rid of the fatal clump of cells from her head.

However successful, the treatment affected her pituitary glands and caused GHD (Growth Hormone Deficiency), commonly called pituitary dwarfism. It has been years since cancer left Rae’s body ultimately, but Shauna’s height is stuck at 3 feet 10 inches. Despite having gone through such a stern face in life, the little girl maintains a constant smile on her face and tries to do everything an average person does in life.

She was very good at her studies and completed her schooling at a local school in 2017. After completing early education with flying colors, Rae joined the University of South Wales and graduated with a degree in journalism in 2021.


Shauna Rae's biological father Scott Lesick and sister Tara Lynn

Who is Shauna Rae’s Biological Father?

Our researchers have found that Shauna’s real father, Scott Lesick, and mother, Patty, separated years ago. He worked as an air traffic controller at U.S. Navy for 5 years, from 1983 to 1988. Following his job air force, he did various jobs, but now he works at a car dealership named Shults Ford in Pittsburg.

He met a beautiful lady named Kimberlee Swidorsky-Lesick a few years ago, and they eloped. Although he did not appear on “I Am Shauna Rae,” according to sources, he maintains a good relationship with his daughters and frequently meets them.


Shauna Rae with Thomas Lynster

Who is Shauna Rae’s Boyfriend?

In November 2022, Rae went on a blind date with a guy named Thomas Lynster, a volunteer firefighter who also suffers from pituitary dwarfism.

The lady also shared a photo of him on her Instagram account (@thereal_shaunarae99), where they both look super cute. It is unknown if Shauna will keep dating him, but if she decides to do so, it will be positive for her.


Shauna Rae height and weight

Shauna Rae Q&A

Ques: How tall is Shauna Rae?

Ans: Shauna’s height is 3 feet 10 inches.

Ques: Who is Shauna Rae’s biological father?

Ans: Scott Lesick.

Ques: What is Shauna Rae’s Instagram username?

Ans: thereal_shaunarae99.

Ques: Why is Shauna Rae so little?

Ans: She had brain cancer, and the Chemotherapy affected her pituitary glands, limiting her body growth.