Charlotte Gainsbourg's Height
5ft 7.5in (171.5 cm)
English-French actress best known for roles in Melancholia, 21 Grams, AntiChrist and Jane Eyre.
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Average Guess (5 Votes)
5ft 7.45in (171.3cm)
Philippe said on 17/Sep/17
Serge Gainsbourg was born in France, from Russian refugees indeed. He wrote and sang in french, lived in Paris all his life and smoked Gitanes ... You can't be frenchier. (Charlotte was born in London, by the way. you got that wrong too,Roger)
Are you french, Roger ? What did you contribute to your country, compared to the Gainsbourg family ?
Oh, and from meeting her IRL, I would say Charlotte is closer to 175 cm.
Roger said on 9/Jun/17
Half-French, seriously??? You mean from her so-called "Serge Gainsbourg" father who was actually born "Lucien Ginsburg" and was nothing else but the son of Ukrainian Jews who fled to Paris after the 1917 Russian Revolution ? (look it up !). Please, there is nothing French about her except being born in France and she would be just as Chinese if she had been born in China.
Sandy Cowell said on 26/Oct/16
This actress is certainly someone who has the capacity to shock in a none-too-nice way and I didn't know whether to like her or not until I read an interview. With two extremely famous parents, Jane Birkin and Serg Gainsbourg, it is clear where she inherits her attitudes. Her father was incredibly free-spirited!
I never thought she was as tall as this though. I would have said 5ft6 and not a speck more!
My conclusion after reading her interview was that I admired her. She is a clever and very strong willed person and she acts in what she darn well wants to act in and does it (shockingly!) well, even if it does leave her open to criticism.
Denis Le Moal said on 17/Oct/16
Half French means half communist :)
Aura Stromboli said on 23/Jun/15
We know that some models and actresses add some inches to their height, which is not the case here. To be very honest, she looks even taller that what she admits.
lala said on 1/Dec/14
She is half-French. Maybe you could add that to the description.