David Baddiel's Height
5ft 8 (172.7 cm)
English comedian, TV personality and writer. He once mentioned "My fighting weight is about 11st 7lb (I'm 5ft 9)"
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Average Guess (12 Votes)
5ft 8.21in (173.2cm)
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 30/Sep/19
@ Nik - It would be even better to enjoy a social evening with David and his lovely wife, Morwenna Banks. They are both talented comedians.
I'd predict an evening of non-stop hilarity! 😂🍻😂😂🍹
Nik Ashton said on 29/Sep/19
It would be great to be photographed with him!
Sandy Cowell said on 19/Nov/18
🐜 Correction Time! 🐜
In my first comment, I should have put 'a festering historical unfortunate', instead of using the plural of the word beginning with 'u'!
Arch Stanton said on 18/Nov/18
Looks more 13 stone range than 11. About 5 ft 8 seems right.
Starlo3 said on 17/Nov/18
Deffo looks insecure about his height, cuz he be rockin them Bono/ Robert Downey Jr thick ass custom lifts in those shoes in the picture above.
Sandy Cowell said on 15/Nov/18
David could actually pass for 5ft9 in the above picture, but he has got shoes on, normal mens shoes, which can probably give up to an inch. I don't know for sure because I've never considered wearing them, but that's how much taller my boyfriend looks when he puts his shoes on!
Nik said on 15/Nov/18
It's interesting to find out David Baddiel's height! It's great that he has been given a page on celebheights and a listing approved by Mr Rob Paul!
Sandy Cowell said on 14/Nov/18
Yeah! How marvellous is that? He's HERE already! Thanks Rob!
He is one of the funniest comedians I've had the pleasure to watch. One of my favourites was a sketch from 'The Mary Whitehouse Experience', which he did with the long-haired Chris Norman. It was called 'History Today' and they were both dressed up as a couple of old professors. Then when they started talking about history, little was ever achieved, for they started insulting each other, likening the other one to a festering historical unfortunates and saying "That's you that is!"
They wouldn't just stick to historical figures or each other. They'd insult each other's parents and anything they could think of to have maximum impact!
I thought it was hilarious and showed it to my Dad. He said they used to do that to each other at school, with catastrophic results, where the victims would often end up in tears!
5ft8 it is then, for this original and wonderfully funny, Countdown-loving fella. He appears on the show - but sits down, of course, with Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner...