How tall is Raymond Burr ?

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Raymond Burr's height is 6ft 1.5in (187 cm)

US Actor from Perry Mason. Not entirely sure if he was 6ft 2 in his Ironside days. I'll come back to this guy...
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Wishbone says on 20/Jul/14
Canada's greatest actor! (Of course,it's just my opinion.) One cannot deny Raymond Burr as the DEFINITIVE Perry Mason,yet he was too forceful to be typecast just as Perry Mason. Raymond also scored great on Ironside,The Adventures Of Don Juan,Meet Danny Wilson,Godzilla,A Place In The Sun,and Rear Window,but even picking Burr's best movie is not easy,but he also did some westerns,but originally,he was going to be cast on Perry Mason as the victim! But my favorite Perry Mason star,shockingly,was "swing pitcher" Wesley Lau! (I even look a bit like Lau.) But Perry Mason lost some cases,but new evidence won him the cases. (The only real loss Perry suffered was when he bet on Bright Magic to win a big horse race,but he lost that race because he was doped! Shades of the 1968 Kentucky Derby scandal there!)
Bex says on 5/Jun/14
He looks noticeably shorter than 6'2" Don Galloway during the Ironside day.
JM in San Diego says on 11/Oct/13
I stood next to him in the mess hall at my Navy duty station during one of his tours for the USO to overseas bases. I was 6-foot one-and-a-half inches tall and well built. Mr. Burr seemed huge and I felt small. Obviously, there is no way to know if used lifts or had elevator shoes, etc. He did a lot for us servicemen and women.
Arch Stanton says on 25/Jul/13
I'd say you have this spot on, he didn't quite look 6'2" next to Lansbury.
Arch Stanton says on 24/Jul/13
Mmm looks more 6'1" actually next to a heeled Angela Lansbury who was around 5'8", only a few inches taller than her.
Arch Stanton says on 24/Jul/13
Looks 6'2 and around 215 pounds I'd say in the film I've watching. Well-built man, broad shouldered with a big chest. Doesn't look 6'!! If he wasn't a full 6'2" he was very close.
Arch Stanton says on 24/Jul/13
Watching Please Murder Me right now...
Dan says on 10/Jun/13
Burr was 6'0" at best. Too many people are taller than him in the old Perry Masons...and not that many people in the business were over 6'1.5" William Hopper--listed as 6'3"--has a good 3.5" inches on him in the show. Jim Davis, who was 6'2" and guest starred in an episode--was easily two inches taller than Burr. Not a chance that Burr was 6"1.5'.
Sam says on 26/Feb/13
In the right shoes, Burr could hit nearly 6'3", so it makes sense that he would look big in person. He was an all-around large dude.
Wrigleyfieldmike says on 25/Feb/13
I rode an elevator with him in a hotel in Toronto in the 80's and recognized him right away. I'm 5' 11", but felt he was significantly taller than me. Perhaps it was just because he was so huge, 300 lbs.?
Wrigleyfieldmike says on 25/Feb/13
I rode an elevator with him in a hotel in Toronto in the 80's and recognized him right away. I'm 5' 11", but felt he was significantly taller than me. Perhaps it was just because he was so huge, 300 lbs.?
Dan says on 16/Jan/13
"Paul Drake" on Perry Mason was always noticeably taller that Burr in all scenes, so much so if Burr was 6'2 or 3" then the Drake was very tall.
katherine says on 5/Jan/13
I forgot to add that this was during his Ironside days. Also, he rarely stood erect, seemed to drop his neck a bit, perhaps because he was so much taller than those around him and it was easier to talk to them that way.
katherine says on 5/Jan/13
I met him and stood next to him a very long time ago. I was/am 5'6" and was wearing approx. 3 inch heels and I'd say he was at least 6'2" based on my experience standing next to my husband who is 6 even.
Justin says on 20/Aug/12
If you look it up on Google it says 6'0"

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