How tall is Ida Lupino

Ida Lupino's Height

5ft 4 (162.6 cm)

English-American actress and director best remembered for roles in films such as High Sierra, The Hitch-Hiker, The Bigamist, Mr Adams & Eve, They Drive By Night, On Dangerous Ground, Road House, The Hard Way, The Sea Wolf, The Trouble With Angels and The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. In a Biography about her, it mentioned how she arrived in Hollywood weighing 127 pounds and Paramount asked her to lose weight, which she did "Her five feet, four inch frame tipped the scales at one hundred pounds; her waist measured twenty-one inches. In a 1937 article she was listed similarly 5ft 4 with vital statistics of Bust 34 inches, waist 25 inches, Hips 36 inches and Shoe size 4.5C.


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Average Guess (6 Votes)
5ft 4.29in (163.3cm)
Al Petralia said on 14/Feb/19
I just think she was soUnderrated.To meShe was one of the best.
Gonzalo said on 29/Dec/14
Wonderful eyes. She was great in the film On dangerous ground. She looked around 1,63. Robert Ryan made her looked short in that film
Sam said on 25/Dec/14
Rob, could you director as well as actress? She also directed some of the films you mentioned. This looks accurate, because she was a bit like a sexier Bette Davis I thought she was shorter but photos show she was at least average for her generation.
Arch Stanton said on 24/Dec/14
Eeks already too many films here but you missed Beware, My Lovely, a memorable role with Robert Ryan.
Arch Stanton said on 24/Dec/14
Nice one! I requested her a while back when I watched The Bigamist I think. You might want to check the photo link though it's dead at the moment!

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