American actress best known for roles in Jurassic Park, Tremors and Angus. This photo is from a Collectormania event, she had about an inch thicker footwear than me. On her resume she says 5ft 6 height and a weight of "120 lbs"
5ft 8 Rob and Ariana @ Collectormania 2013
ChristianPerkins said on 17/Mar/22
Andrea said on 23/Aug/21
She actually was only around 13 when they shot Jurassic Park, so she very likely grew a few inches after that. Somewhere near 5'5.75 seems about right for her final height.
said on 27/Apr/19
Rob do you think she was at her full height in Jurassic park? She was 14 back then she may have been a little shorter or had got most of her growing done before she was 16 like Laura dern
Maybe about 5ft 5
said on 21/Jan/19
Did she play the young girl in Jurassic Park?
Yes, she is I believe age 34 in the photo here, and now almost 40.
Nik said on 15/Jul/18
I am in no doubt that Ariana Richards is at least 5'5.75"!
even said on 16/Aug/17
5 foot 6 = morning height , weight = 115 to 120 lbs
Jordan87 said on 8/Dec/16
5'5 1/2" Considering her Footwear. Nice Looking Gal though.
Peter 180cm said on 13/Apr/16
166/167cm or weak 5'6 without footwear advantage IMO.
Armandy said on 27/Aug/15
How tall was in Jurassic Park?
Ace said on 10/Aug/14
I agree with Realist rob, you look unusually skinny is this picture. Either way, she does look in the 5'6 range.
said on 22/Jul/14
Rob you are looking really skinny in this pic. When was this taken?
that's 2 years ago, pretty much I've been holding anywhere in 150-155 pounds for nearly 3 years.
J.Lee said on 9/Jul/14
Not a height comment but she's indeed pretty isn't she
said on 16/Apr/14
Rob you are not 2 inches taller in photo?
nah, more 1.5
said on 28/Oct/13
Thanks for rescuing the photo from those door-handling raptors, Rob. She's grown up to be quite pretty, I must admit, and a good height. I gather she's not an active actor these days, though.
still doing some acting, but she seems more into artistic side of things.
said on 24/Oct/13
The photo on the page doesn't work FYI, Rob, even though it sometimes comes up on the main page.
I guess a velociraptor got it :) It was a missing inverted comma causing the error, thanks for pointing it out.