How tall was Arthur Miller

Arthur Miller's Height

6ft 2 ½ (189.2 cm)

American playwright best remembered for plays such as Death of a Salesman, The Crucible and A View from the Bridge.
[He] is six feet, two and a half inches tall, weighs a meagre 162 pounds, and until recently insisted that there was no truth to his friend's belief that he resembled a beardless Abraham Lincoln. - Conversations with Arthur Miller, 1987

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Average Guess (4 Votes)
6ft 1.75in (187.3cm)
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 17/Oct/19
Probably closer to 6ft1 later on...looked similar to DDL
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 6/Dec/17
Could give a 6ft4 impression at times because he was so thin
movieguy said on 11/Aug/16
Brian Dennehy given as 6'3'' on this site knew Miller and said he was bigger than he was. Dennehy I'm not sure about, in Gorky Park he looked both shorter and taller than 6'2'' William Hurt in different scenes.
Gonzalo said on 7/Mar/16
Looks taller tan 1ยด89 next to Montand, who was 1`87. And he looks huge next to Dustin Hoffman.

Very attractive man, by the way.
191.5-194cm said on 5/Mar/16
looks more like sly stallone than abe lincoln.
Sam said on 4/Mar/16
Had no idea he was this tall, thought he was more 6'1" range.

However, he does tower near Monroe and Yves Montand:
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by Dustin Hoffman:
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Obviously lost some height in old age near his son-in-law Daniel Day-Lewis:
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