Guy Williams Height
6ft 2 (188 cm)
US Actor from early Zorro and Lost in Space.
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Average Guess (3 Votes)
6ft 2.08in (188.2cm)
Bradley said on 18/Jun/19
6' 2.5" peak..maybe 6-3.
Duffer 5ft 11 said on 15/Dec/17
6'2.5 peak, 6'2" in his twilight years.
Willes188 said on 3/Sep/17
Well he was the 3rd best actor to play Zorro,i think Duncan Regehr would've had close to 4cm on him when he played Zorro.
sunakiraly said on 12/Oct/14
He was a legit 6'3".
patrick said on 6/Oct/12
Guy Williams always looked 6'3 to me. Cesar Romero also looked to me 6'4 and no the ridiculous 6'2 listed. Strange, obviously very tall men as Richard Anderson or Steve Firrest are often or always listed 6'3 while it is evident they were one inch taller. Guy looks just one inch shorter than Anderson in Zorro and never shirter than Romero. Depending angles, two equl people in height can in turn look taller or smaller. How often, the same actor playing with tricks a double role as a twin or so looks smaller or taller than himself...really so. I still see Guy 6'3. His father in zorro was listed 6' and i think it is right for having seen him in other movies. Guy is noticeably taller. So he is sorry, beside Lorne Green.
avi said on 11/Feb/12
yeah no more looked closer to 6'2 than 6'1 for sure
Shadow2 said on 9/Dec/11
Alan Napier was 6'6", Cesar was 6'2" by his late fifties, 6'3" earlier in his career.
Brian said on 20/Jul/11
Cesar was 6' 6
Mr.V said on 26/Nov/10
I recently purchased Guy's biography , "The Man Behind the Mask" by Antoinette Lane . It shows a photo taken from the Patricia Allen agency that helped Guy winning a role in a MGM movie . It is complete with stats written by Guy himself and he gives his height as 6'2 . I think that should explain why he looked shorter than both Cesar Romero and Richard Anderson in "Zorro".
Shadow2 said on 12/Nov/10
Guy was a strong 6'2". In a final season episode of Lost in Space, Guy is in scenes with 6'4" Robert Foulk who was then close to 60 years old (6'5" when he was younger), and Guy is easily two inches shorter. On his guest roles on Bonanza, Guy is no taller than Lorne Greene in lifts (6'2" or sometimes 6'2.5"). Mark Goddard was 5'11", same as his days in "Robert Taylor's Detectives" in the early 1960's. Like his Zorro colleague Cesar Romero, Guy could easily look a 6'3" presence without precisely being one.
Patrick said on 24/Apr/09
First Cesar Romero never ever was 6'2. I'll never buy that. He always looked minimum 6'3. Second, he and Guy look, depending on shots, finally about the same height: 6'3 and not an inch less.
Anonymous said on 28/Feb/09
He looked 6'2 to me.
Daniel said on 25/Mar/08
Does anybody know about latest TV Zorro star, Duncan Regehr? He seems to be in the 6'3'' - 6'4'' range.
glenn said on 25/Jan/08
i always beleived ceasar was 6-3.but taller is possible.i read 6-2 as well.
Marcelo C. said on 24/Jan/08
talker said on 4/Sep/07
Williams didnt look that tall.He looked about 6'1".Richard Anderson was clearly 2"taller than Williams in their Zorro episode,and i dont think Anderson was 6'4",i'd say about 6'3".Williams didnt tower over everyone In Zorro,he was about same height with actor Henry Calvin who played SGt.Lopez.
In their scenes they are eye to eye.
Mr.Venable said on 18/Jul/07
Guy was definitely 6'3 as he towered on about everyone in Zorro . The only actors who appeared on the show that I remember to be his height or taller were Jeff York ( 6'4 ) , Richard Anderson ( 6'4 ) , Dan Blocker ( 6'4 ) , John Dehner ( 6'3 ) , Michael Forest ( 6'3 ), Frank Wilcox (6'3 )and maybe another couple of unknown for which I didn't manage to find any official height . Also like I said on his page ( that anonymous was me ) Cesar Romero too looked at least Guy's height in the four episodes in which he appeared , proving that he was clearly over 6'2.
Frank2 said on 24/Apr/06
That he was. I met him and the entire cast of Lost in Space back when they were filming the series. Years later, the remaining cast members would occasionally come to the Fox lot to have lunch. They were all very nice people.
Editor Rob said on 23/Apr/06
TV Times 1963: "Six foot three"