Henry Lloyd Hughes Height
5ft 11 (180.3 cm)
British actor best known for roles in films like Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Madame Bovary, Unrelated, The Inbetweeners, Weekender, Anna Karenina and as Ralph Whelan in TV series Indian Summers. On his imdbResume he listed his Weight as "158 lbs"
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Average Guess (6 Votes)
5ft 10.83in (179.9cm)
Thatch said on 9/Apr/20
In disbelief at his 6’1.5” listing on google, probably the most inflated listing I’ve seen
Ferdinand said on 21/Jul/19
Google trying to claim he has 5” on Joe Thomas... yeah, that’s not a thing
Yang (5ft 8 Chinese men) said on 14/Oct/18
Looks like his height range is between 5ft 11 and 6footer. He looks taller IMO somehow cause of longer legs....
said on 19/Mar/18
Rob, how tall his brother Ben is? He is listed at 1.77.
No less than 5ft 10, although his agency have him as a six footer. Seems a two-inch inflation!
Anonymous said on 27/Oct/17
As soon as I saw him listed as 6'1.5 on google, I had to come straight here. Definitely a more accurate height, no way is he taller than Blake Harrison.
John Davis said on 17/Jul/17
@E184 well it's 2 inches and a half, wouldn't call it massive but most people lie about their height by around that much
Arthur said on 22/Feb/17
I will vote based on my feeling -which could be wrong- because we don't have many comparisons for him. At least I only know him from the Inbetweeners. He never appeared tall or even tallish to me. He always looked average on that series. Obviously shorter than 6'1 Blake Harrison and a little taller than 5'9ish James Buckley. He never really towered Simon Bird too. My guess is 5'10
E184 said on 19/Jan/16
Listed 6,1/6,2 on google lol , big difference
Sean73 said on 10/Dec/15
That's a powerful handlebar folks! 5'11" looks spot on. If Hollywood is looking to cast serial killer H. H. Holmes, this guy gets my vote. I hope he never shaves it!
SAK said on 7/Dec/15
On inbetweeners he looked quite tall. But that show has a short cast. 5'11 is spot on.