Aron Eisenberg's Height
4ft 11 (149.9 cm)
American actor best known for his portrayal of Nog on the sci-fi tv series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. This photo is from 2013. He mentioned on twitter "I was born with one kidney that didn't work very well, so I stopped growing at 5'"
5ft 8 Rob and Aron @ LFCC 2013
5ft 10 ¼ Josh and Aron @ DST 2018
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4ft 10.68in (149cm)
said on 13/Mar/19
here is an interesting question is Aron legally considered a dwarf or (little person) because he doesn't suffer from dwarfism but is still around the size of someone with dwarfism?
Well he doesn't have dwarfism, and is maybe 4ft 10.5 at a low. The LPA
seem to say 4ft 10 and under.
rawdshaq said on 3/Mar/19
A 5 year old who is 4'11" is a giant.
Junior Hernandez 1990 said on 12/Dec/18
Honestly Josh look 5'11 1/2 with Aron.
said on 20/Nov/18
I'm guessing Josh b must be about a foot taller or pretty close to that so near 5ft 11?
At his low 178cm, in the morning I'm sure he gets 5ft 11.
said on 8/Nov/18Click Here
Met this little guy at DST, was having a great time chatting with Jeff Coombs during his photo session lol
I forget he was near mid 20's on DS9, I think his 5ft claim is in shoes at least.
Littlelee168cm said on 24/Aug/18
Think he should be added to the shortest man thread
said on 26/Mar/17
Rob, is a flat 4'9 possible?
Editor Rob: 4ft 10 is
London Boy said on 3/Jan/15
Rob the giant! Walk tall like Rob Paul ;-)
Raddish Dik said on 12/Sep/14
He looks 4'10.75" JK
said on 1/Jun/14
How did his growth get stunted?
[Editor Rob: kidney related]
Alex 6ft 0 said on 4/Apr/14
I see a full head difference of 9.5 inches. He's below 4'11. 4'10.5-4'10.75
Emil said on 19/Dec/13
He was stunted at 17 and he doesnt have that young looking face like Gary Coleman had. Dont believe he would have been much taller than 5'0 regardless of medical conditions
Hola said on 6/Nov/13
His height was stunted. This is not a genetic height.
said on 6/Oct/13
Extremely rare height (unless hes a dwarf or something), 4 standard deviations away from the average (bottom 0.0015%) or 1/6666
[Editor Rob: I think he claims 5ft, but he looked shorter...]