Annie Clark's Height
5ft 4in (162.6 cm)
Canadian actress, best known for playing Fiona Coyne on TV series Degrassi: The Next Generation. She once said "I'm quite short actually. 5'4''"
Munro Chambers and Annie
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Average Guess (8 Votes)
5ft 3.81in (162.1cm)
Christian-6'5 3/8" said on 25/Oct/17
Where I live though it's pretty consistent, because seeing a 6'0" girl is about as common as seeing a 6'5" guy maybe.
Peter175 said on 24/Oct/17
Christian-6'5 3/8 , if I were to guess I'd say it would be around 4 inches exactly just gauging with my eyes. I can't see 6ft1 man being as common as 5'8-9 women. That said a 5'5" man isn't as common as a 5'1" woman either. So there just seems to be a lot of variance. I see far more 5'10 girls than 6'3" guys for example. way, way, way more. Whenever I see a girl taller than me, she has to be around 5'10, whenever I see a guy I have to look up at e.g my eyes are at about his chin, it would mean he's about 6 inches taller. But the former is way, way, way more common.
I see guys around your height maybe a few times a day at most, sometimes never, I see dozens of girls as tall as me a day, not even joking
Christian-6'5 3/8 said on 23/Oct/17
Do you feel like the average between men and women is less than 5" in your area? You said 5'6"-6'1" which means average 5'9.5" for men and 5'1"-5'11" which means average 5'6" for women. Only 3.5" difference between the genders is surprising to me, because where I live in Southern Cali, the average seems to be right at around 5"
Peter175 said on 22/Oct/17
I live in Texas, but not abnormal as in 6ft +, but a crap ton of girls in the 5ft7-11 range. Model height. But I guess I do also see a lot of very short girls too. It seems there is a lot more variance in female height than male. Most every guy is 5ft6-6ft1 in my experience. I consider any guy below than solidly short and every guy above it solidly tall. while female they can be anywhere from 5ft1-5ft11
Canson said on 21/Oct/17
@Slim: Christian is right. And it’s not just limited to guys under 6’0”. I know a few people 6’2.5-6’3 that claims 6’4 and a guy who’s 6’4” max at his lowest maybe 6’3 7/8 or a hair less claiming 6’5. The latter admits today it’s a shoe height but used to always say he was 6’4.5 or above just enough effect to say he’s 6’5” the other said he’s 6’3.75 and looks shorter than my 6’3 friend does at times or at best the same height. I try to limit my interaction with people like that honestly. It’s frustrating getting into a height conversation Like if someone asks them how tall or me. Once the “6’4” guy was asked after I said 6’4 and change and he said 6’3 3/4 and the guy said well either you’re taller or he’s shorter and luckily he was smart enough. I went with 6’4.5 since I was in a sneaker and he told him he wasn’t over maybe 6’3” tops. The guy of course argued with him till he was blue in the face but it’s why i don’t hang around him at all unless it’s running into him from time to time because I get tired of those types of arguments and I don’t stoop to his level and lie or exaggerate. I’ve even seen him tell other people they’re taller than they are. Now I feel bad because he’s a nice guy otherwise and very cool but very ignorant about his height and a few other things
insomniak said on 21/Oct/17
@Peter where do you live where you that you see so many abnormally tall girls?
@Christian 5'4 girls are pretty short. Isn't petite in women's for 5'1-5'4 range girls? So what does that tell you.
Nik said on 21/Oct/17
I see more tall girls than guys too but the average height for women is still 5'4". 👍
@ Christian @ Slim 6'
Peter175 said on 20/Oct/17
I see more abnormally tall girls than guys.
I see more girls my height or taller than guys who are 6'2"+. And when you're a 5'4 woman you're shorter than nearly every male and shorter than most females, so its more natural to feel short. For example a 5'8 guy is still taller than most women and isn't going to feel that short most of the time, even though he's shorter for his gender.
Christian-6'5 3/8" said on 20/Oct/17
What do you mean? I didn't quite get your comment.
NOTTHATSMALLFORALAOTIAN said on 20/Oct/17
Christian : How about being barely 5 feet 4 inches and live in a country where EVERYBODY seems to be AT LEAST 5 inches taller than you so you can understand ?
Slim 6' said on 20/Oct/17
Well said Christian. Being taller won't make someone a better person. People need to repeat this till it sinks in their minds.
Ps @Editor Rob, add Nash Grier.
Christian-6'5 3/8" said on 20/Oct/17
I don't get why many women who are 5'4" think that they're short, when in reality it's around average. I guess it's due to society in general inflating height and ingrained in their minds that taller is better. The same thing goes for a lot of 5'9" guys complaining that they're short.
Peter175 said on 19/Oct/17
Thought she was 5'5" ish, but out of the horse's mouth, 5'4. Makes sense really
The gentleman on the left, about 5'7? Maybe on a good day. No more than 5'7
Frost said on 19/Oct/17
5'4 in Toronto doesn't seem especially short for a woman tbh.
Thought it was right out the nose of average for Canadian women.
Hans Meiser said on 19/Oct/17
5'4 ain't short.