Bruno Ganz's Height
5ft 6in (168 cm)
Peak height was 5ft 7in (170 cm)
Swiss born actor best known for his portrayal of Adolf Hitler in 2004's Downfall, as well as for roles in films like Wings of Desire and Unknown. His agency described him: " Height 170cm "
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Average Guess (3 Votes)
Peak: 5ft 6.67in (169.3cm)
Current: 5ft 5.5in (166.4cm)
Sebashtian said on 19/Nov/16
You could tell he has shrunk quite a lot by around 2 inches.
Sam said on 30/Nov/15
A good upgrade, he looked around this at peak for sure.
said on 29/Aug/15
Yeah, Rob I've seen this listing a few places and am always surprised...with 5'8" Dennis Hopper, I highly doubt under 5'7", actually looks 5'7.25" IMO:
Drops down height in Wings of Desire to meet Peter Falk's eye-level.
Would you upgrade him to a peak in the range of 5'7"?
[Editor Rob: actually that is what his agency gave him, 170cm. He could look taller than 5ft 6 earlier in career.]
said on 26/Sep/14
Rob just watching Boys from Brazil, looks the same height as Olivier in that. How is it possible? Was he 5'9 or something before now lost a lot of height?
[Editor Rob: Olivier maybe shrinking a bit by then, but bruno being taller is possible]
Ron said on 21/Jun/07
I've talked to Eddie at several parties. I'm 6'1" and he is an inch or so taller.
Glenn said on 3/Sep/06
You need to change this to 6ft Rob.and change the caption please.6-2 in boots maybe.
wmshprd said on 2/Sep/06
Eddie is at least 6'2". I am 6', and he is at least a couple of inches taller than me.
Glenn said on 17/Mar/06
Big fan too!
Height Tracker said on 16/Mar/06
All I can say is that this guy's amazing song "Take Me Home Tonight" changed my life. He is a very talented artist, no matter how tall he is.
Glenn said on 16/Mar/06
J. said on 15/Mar/06
Eh, Eddie Money, was defintely not a member of Flock of Seagulls! You gotta correct that, Rob. :-)
[Editor Rob: yeah, I was going to add a Mike Score page, but changed it to money, hence the 'flock of seagulls' reference ;-)]