Diana Dors Height
5ft 5 ½ (166.4 cm)
English actress, best remembered for roles in Yield to the Night, I Married a Woman and Queenie's Castle. In a 1956 edition of The Sarasota Tribune, her measurements were given, including bra size 36.5 inches, waist 24, hips 35 inches and "other vital statistics are 24 years, 124 pounds and 5 feet 5.5 inches"
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5ft 6.1in (167.9cm)
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 23/Oct/19
Diana was born 88 years ago today. She went far too early - aged just 52.
RIP Dear Diana 🕯️ XXX
Sandy Cowell said on 24/Dec/18
Yes, Rob, gone but not forgotten.
I saw that 'Thriller' episode last night. It didn't scare me this time round, but it showed Diana looking quite a bit taller than many of the other female stars with whom she starred. I think they must have been rather tiny!
said on 22/Dec/18
@ Rob - Eric Sykes, Henry Cooper, Diana Dors, Reg Varney and isn't that little Arthur Lowe at the end? What a fine bunch of stars and a great picture!
Yes, sadly all gone.
said on 22/Dec/18
@ Rob - Indeed she was one of the golden greats, and carried herself proudly, as well she might!
I was utterly shocked to find that Diana had no comments yet, and I am looking forward to the marvellous opportunity of seeing her in that 'Thriller' I remember so well from my childhood. There are so many stars in the series, including a young Helen Mirren to name but one. The stars that are still with us today will be at their peak heights back then, and there will be many late classic stars to size up too, Ms Dors being about as fine an example as I can think of!
She held up pretty well (not exactly sure if it's a thick sandal or not) with Henry Cooper Click Here
Sandy Cowell said on 21/Dec/18
⭐️ The play was part of a 70's 'Thriller' series and the one I referred to was 'Nurse Will Make IT Better'.
I've just ordered the series, and it is crammed with many, many stars! 😁👍
said on 21/Dec/18
When I was about 12 or 13, I watched a terrifying tale on TV called 'Nurse Will Make You Better', later renamed 'The Devil's Web'. I remember Diana talking about driving to the studio to continue the filming of this production, when there was a bit of a car accident, in which her crucifix came clean off from round her neck! Now isn't that creepy?
She was, in fact, playing either Lucifer himself or an apostate from Hell. I was a bit too young to understand entirely, but I'll tell you this: it scared the life out of me! 😱
Of course, Diana herself was a beautiful young woman in her prime, the optimal height of whom I can't see having been below the listed 5ft5.5.
👸 (Platinum Blonde!!!) 👙
Diana certainly could give a taller impression in photos, but I think this listing looked about right, I remember a film she did with George Baker in late 50's - Tread Softly Stranger - and he had a considerable height advantage over her.