James Bye's Height
6ft 2 ¼ (188.6 cm)
English actor, best known for playing Martin Fowler on BBC soap Eastenders.
You May Be Interested
Add a Comment7 comments
Average Guess (3 Votes)
6ft 2.25in (188.6cm)
Sakz said on 20/Feb/19
@Rob Haha that would definitely explain it!
said on 17/Feb/19
And as I say that it turns out he is listed at 6'2.5 on imdb, and they tend to be quite precise with their height listings.
Considering half of the listings are submitted by visitors of this site 😉
Sakz said on 17/Feb/19
@Nik I'm not surprised, considering fractions as insignificant as a 1/4 aren't usually listed. If I were listing him I'd put him at 6'2 as a rounded figure, although 6'2.5 isn't unreasonable either considering he can certainly measure it. A half is usually more common to use.
Nik said on 7/Feb/19
It's interesting that on his website he is said to be 6'2" without any change!
Sandy Cowell said on 6/Feb/19
Ha! He's still a baby in the 'Classic EastEnders' episodes! Who'd have ever expected to see James grow to 6ft2 and a slither?
There was another actor who played Martin Fowler originally, and I reckon the other James, James Alexandrou, could have possibly been a touch taller.
Considering the faux pas I've witnessed over the years, the two Jameses playing Mark Fowlers takes quite some beating!
said on 6/Feb/19
Rob, how tall would you say David Ghadami?
doesn't look far off what his agency had him at (6ft).
said on 4/Feb/19
Yeah has to be a decent 6ft2 range at least. Wouldn’t have doubted 6ft3. Stands out as one of the tallest on EE
6ft 2.5 is arguable at times, he could look near 3 inches taller than someone like Dyer, who isn't that far off 6ft.
Heights are barefeet estimates, derived from quotations, official websites, agency resumes, in person encounters with actors at conventions and pictures/films.
Other vital statistics like weight, shoe or bra size measurements have been sourced from newspapers, books, resumes or social media.
Celebrity Fan Photos and Agency Pictures of stars are © to their respective owners.