Greyston Holt's Height
6ft 2 (188 cm)
Canadian Actor known for playing Clayton Danvers in TV series Bitten. In film he has appeared in Lost Boys: The Tribe, Fakers and See No Evil 2. He describes himself as 6ft 2 and over 200 pounds. In this photo I had about 1/3rd inch more thicker sneaker than him.
5ft 8 Rob and Greyston @ MCM Memorabilia, Birmingham 2014
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Average Guess (9 Votes)
6ft 1.97in (187.9cm)
VelikiSrbin said on 5/Mar/19
He's got 1/3rd inch less shoe and he's leaning a bit more than Rob. I can buy 6'2 but no more.
Peter 180cm said on 22/Jan/19
At most 187cm.
Mel said on 26/Oct/18
Weak 6’2. Looks 187-187.5
Nik said on 6/Jun/18
I am not convinced about 6'2"!
6ftMedium said on 4/Jun/18
World Citizen said on 15/Jan/18
He looks it
Jordan87 said on 26/Dec/17
Based on his eye level he is certainly taller than 6'1.
said on 16/Apr/15
Rob is 187cm or 189cm more likely?
[Editor Rob: I think he is near enough 6ft 2 mark, but not a 189.]
joe 193cm night said on 28/Mar/15
120 said on 25/Mar/15
6'2" is spot on, but he possibly might be a weak 6'2"
Alex 6'0 said on 22/Mar/15
I'm going to give him 6'1.5
pablo77bar said on 20/Mar/15
He is a really tall guy
Ok his hair is huge but look his eye line
I think 6ft 2 it's ok At least 6ft 1.75 (187)
Stan said on 17/Mar/15
The brush up hair give illusion been taller. He can be 6'1 or 6'1.5
Josh said on 16/Mar/15
Woah I knew he was tall from watching bitten. This proves that even more. He's definitely 6'2. Maybe a fraction more.
Chris said on 15/Mar/15
Hypado said on 14/Mar/15
If Rob says 188 cm, i say the same.
Greyston Holt's height is 6ft 2in (188 cm)
Ricky said on 13/Mar/15
Looks 6'2" without footware advantage, might be 189cm at night
Moke said on 13/Mar/15
I'd say 6'2'' is what he stands, also considering the 0.8 cm difference in thickness of sneaker.
TheVerve180 said on 26/Mar/11
this is how I would probably look next to a 6ft5 person.
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 2/Dec/10
I suppose he could possibly look a little over 6"2 with better posture