Clifton Webb's Height
5ft 10 ½ (179.1 cm)
American actor best remembered for roles in films such as Laura, Titanic (1953), Cheaper by the Dozen (1950), The Man Who Never Was, Sitting Pretty, The Razor's Edge, Three Coins in the Fountain and Boy on a Dolphin.
In a 1940 St Louis Dispatch article it mentioned his height:
"Five feet eleven and one-half inches", Webb dislikes being referred to as "a six footer." He says being six feet tall is no distinction, but that being less than six feet and looking more is something of an accomplishment.
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5ft 10.5in (179.1cm)
said on 13/Apr/16
Tom, and dwarfed here too
said on 13/Apr/16
Dwarfed by 6-4 Vincent Price. Click Here
Tom said on 11/Apr/16
He looked an inch shorter than 5-11 Robert Wagner and was considerably shorter than 6-1 Robert Young. I think Webb was max 5-10.
Sam said on 11/Apr/16
Definitely some weird views on food there, I can't imagine not wanting to taste food...he was quite to opposite of his Laura co-star Vincent Price, whose great passion off-screen was cooking and eating.
said on 8/Apr/16
Thanks for adding and good find on the quote even if he's still fudging a bit. From a review of stills and cljps, he basically looks a 5'10" guy in general but at peak can look a tad lankier.
Editor Rob: the rest of what he said I didn't include but I'm not sure I agree with the guy about this:
"Food doesn't interest me. I hope some day science progresses to the stage where we can take food by capsule. I can think of nothing nicer than being able to secure the nourishment you get from a steak by injection"
Arch Stanton said on 8/Apr/16
5'11.5 in shoes, looks spot on to me.
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