How tall is Jeremy Kyle

Jeremy Kyle's Height

5ft 9 (175.3 cm)

English Talk show host, known for presenting The Jeremy Kyle Show.

How tall is Jeremy Kyle
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Average Guess (31 Votes)
5ft 9.22in (175.8cm)
Joel Masterman said on 4/Jun/19
Saw him in Tesco once he seems a reasonable 5"9er like Shanye ward or Tom Hardy I definitely wouldn't argue any lower i think this listing is spot on.
Sandy Cowell said on 6/Mar/19
Jeremy, dear, why must we hear the word 'intercourse' so may times at such an early hour? It's not exactly a topic for the breakfast table!

(Blackadder II seems to be on my mind today, only Miriam, Rowan and Tim were talking about 'a table in a brothel'!)

However, you keep yourself trim and look just over 5ft9, so you get 5ft9.25 today. ๐Ÿถ๐Ÿฅš๐Ÿณ๐Ÿต
Sandy Cowell said on 20/Dec/18
Further to my comment from the 18th July, I counted 14 uses of 'At the end of the day' between two brothers the other morning! The conversation was very brief, as was my watching of that particular JK Show!

Jeremy often looks taller than 5ft9, because he keeps himself in trim. He can have 5ft9.25 at the end of the day....๐Ÿ˜ฉ
Daniel Nicol said on 12/Sep/18
I stood next to him at a charity do. Im just under 5ft11 and he was around 2 inches shorter than me.
Sandy Cowell said on 19/Jul/18
@ Nik - That is probably because when you're in the public eye, as Jeremy is, height is just one of the aspects of appearance that people take notice of!
He is always remarking on how people look, and if they stand out because of their height, then he picks up on it, just the same way as he compliments a woman who looks good after recently giving birth.

Cheers Nik!
Sandy Cowell said on 18/Jul/18
Yesterday on Jeremy's show, there was an elderly lady who kept saying AT THE END OF THE DAY!

Those of you who know the show will be thinking on the lines of, "What's so unusual about that? People on that show say it all the time!"

This woman, however, was saying it at the beginning and at the end of each sentence and often a couple of times in the middle! In the end, Jeremy screamed, "Stop saying 'at the end of the day!", but not before slipping one in himself making everybody laugh. The woman just thought it was normal, of course!

I wonder if it actually sank in, but somehow I doubt it! It drives me NUTS!

Jeremy can have the average of 5ft9.25, a quarter-inch rise for being like-minded - and for making me laugh.
Nik said on 2/Jul/18
@ Sandy Cowell - That's very interesting to hear, I wonder why that is? Then again I'm on this page talking about someone who is average and male, I'm below average and male!
Sandy Cowell said on 30/Jun/18
@ Nik - One thing I find with Jeremy is that he often makes comments about people's heights, especially if they are tall and male!

No complaints yet doesn't mean that it will never happen! ๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ˜ฒ
Nik said on 29/Jun/18
@ Sandy Cowell - Only mine! Ha ha!

He can have 5'9"!
Nik said on 29/Jun/18
@ Sandy Cowell - Well, they ain't come in yet!

I found it amusing once when Jeremy compared the height of a man and his partner on his show!
Sandy Cowell said on 12/Jun/18
@ Nik - Thanks! I'm now waiting for the complaints to start pouring in!
Nik said on 11/Jun/18
@ Sandy Cowell - I like both your comments from today and the 29th May!

๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚!

Mr Kyle - Tall adult, solid average man!
Sandy Cowell said on 11/Jun/18
One woman's definition of a snow globe on his show just now:

"A Christmassy thing that you shake!"

She can keep the couple of inches of height she might have on me! Her descriptive powers are non-existent, which is more than can be said for her waistline!

Jeremy gets 5ft9!
Nik said on 10/Jun/18
@ Sandy Cowell - Absolutely!

He certainly isn't small by my standards and he gets a resounding average verdict from me, no question! He is "Mr average" all day long and all night long too, if he had thought quickly enough he could have said to the tall girl, "Aren't you tall?"

As we know there ain't anything wrong with someone being little, tall, or average like Mr Kyle! I am glad he found it amusing though and I would have done too if I had seen this incident!

It seems like the subject of human height has followed Jeremy Kyle around a bit on his show and I recall one or two occasions where it has been mentioned to add to the incident you discussed in May!

Cheers!
Sandy Cowell said on 29/May/18
I recall an incident on his show when a particularly tall girl looked down at him and said, "Aren't you little?"

I must say, he did find it amusing, but he was clearly taken by surprise! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

Mr Kyle gets 5ft9 - average, and NOT little - by most people's standards!
SW said on 23/Dec/17
Here's Jeremy next to a bloke who stands around 6'7 - 6'8 (Click Here) can see a near foot difference between them.
Gonna guess he's just a little over 5'9.
Sandy Cowell said on 25/Nov/17
โญ Mistake Alert! โญ

M. NIGHT SHYAMALAN is the correct spelling of the author/film director mentioned in my comment dated 18th October. I spelt it Shayamalan!๐Ÿ˜ฌ
Now it's time I say 'Hi!' to Mr Kyle again and give him a new estimate!
Hi Mr Kyle! You can have 5ft9 and a half, a distint possibility I think, especially when you've just sprung out of bed in the morning!
jay said on 25/Oct/17
jeremy 5ft 9in ok
Sandy Cowell said on 18/Oct/17
@ Ben - What a great and interesting comment you sent me! I think it's brilliant that you should be interested in such a vast variety of films. Some would say you are advanced for your years, but you clearly know what you are talking about and your explanations of the soundtracks at the end of the comment are quite beautiful. The way you go about explaining them makes me or any other person who reads what you've written, want to see the films. I have never been crazy about superhero films, but I see that they have an almost parable-like meaning, and I have always got time for deep, meaningful films, and it doesn't matter a jot how they are presented or whether they are seen through the eyes of a child, a grown-up or even an animal! As long as you are left with a feeling of elation, then a film is worth seeing. However, that is too much of a generalisation to apply to every type of film! You hardly find yourself elated after a horror film, though you might feel elated at the special effects or by someone's bravery!

I can't say that I have a favourite film director, but I shoot out to buy all Quentin's films as soon as they come out, so he must rank very highly in my all time favourites. I also like M Night Shayalaman* for his mysticism, Guillermo del Torro for his grown-up fairy-tales with fantastic special effects, Peter Jackson, also for his astounding effects with humour thrown in and many, many more! Later on tonight, I know I will kick myself when somebody-or-other springs to mind who I simply adore! It's always the same! That is why I cannot list my favourite actors and actresses because the lists just grow and grow! I am also a faithful little person, and if I have been fond of an actor or actress at any one time, they never leave my radar, just because my tastes might change!

I am fortunate in that my experiences in London have only ever been good ones! I have lived near enough London to go for walks during the night there, (accompanied, of course!), meeting only the nicest of people and amassing lovely memories to boot! I also have worked there, but it is very busy during the rush hours, but friendly nonetheless!

OK, my young, budding genius friend!

Have a great latter part of the week and weekend!

Bye for now!
Sandy ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜†

* I phoned my boyfriend for the spelling!
Sandy Cowell said on 18/Oct/17
@ Ben! Hey, you went to so much trouble for me, I was moved to tears!
I have to go to the chemist now to get my painkillers. Then I will be back and reply properly!
Thank you so much! ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜†
ANDY said on 17/Oct/17
I Wonder If The Scottish Singer Barbara Dickson Is Exactly The Same Height As Jeremy Kyle?
Ben said on 15/Oct/17
Sandy,
Yup, time really do go faster and faster! To think, we are closer to 2030 than 2000...

Voice chat is when you are talking with people through Facebook, I should've just said "called" ๐Ÿ˜

I love each and every one of the Godfather movies, it was my father who wanted me to watch them, he was a HUGE Robert De Niro fan. I do like Quentin, I'm a big fan of the "Hateful eight" and "Kill Bill". Who is your favorite movie director? My number is kind of shared by two director, Guillermo Del Torro who has an amazing fantasy and Christopher Nolan for his storytelling.

How do you feel walking on the streets of London? What a wonderful city! I will go there myself by the very end of May in 2019 with my class and hopefully meet Rob who might go there because of conventions, I'll be 19 by then and almost finished growing. People (99.9% of the times girls) with catcall me which I must say I'm not complaining! And quite often people will call me tall, a lady when she wanted to say something to me even said; "Hey you, the big guy" ๐Ÿ˜

Do you have any favorite movie soundtracks by the way?

Here's 3 of mine:

Click Here - Captan America: Civil War. The very dark and emotional stand off between a bloodlusted Iron Man and Captain America because Cap's last friend from the WWII was brainwashed into killing Iron Man's parents back in the 90's. "My shield desn't belong to you, you don't deserve it, my father made that shield!"

Click Here - Batman Begins. A movie about self discovery and such an emotional theme. "Why do we fall? So that we can learn to pick ourselves up".

Click Here - Spider-Man 2. Man...the nostalgia...and I love this quote: "Everybody loves a hero. People line up for them, cheer them, scream their names. And years later, they'll tell how they stood in the rain for hours just to get a glimpse of the one who taught them how to hold on a second longer. I believe there's a hero in all of us, that keeps us honest, gives us strength, makes us noble, and finally allows us to die with pride, even though sometimes we have to be steady, and give up the thing we want the most. Even our dreams."
And this funny quote too ahaha, "If promises were crackers, my daughter would be fat. I have ears like a cat! And eyes like a rodent." which the landlord says to Peter because basically the rent was due.
Sandy Cowell said on 12/Oct/17
@ Ben ๐Ÿ˜Š
Hello again Ben!
My word! It's incredible to think that I am writing to a young lad who was a BABY in the year 2000! What is equally amazing is that this baby boy is already an uncle, and the cousin of his who is the baby's mother was born around that time too! (1999!)
I have heard of the Swedish town of Malmo! It might have been on TV before.
I know the film 'Cabin in the Woods'! I bought it for my boyfriend, but I haven't got a copy myself yet! It is great that you are into 'The Godfather' films. When you say that you love that film, the one from 1972, does that include the other two films? They continue on from one another and are all equally good! They're shown in England every Christmas, but I can see them whenever I like as I have a box set containing all three!
Most boys like the other films you mentioned, like 'Hellboy', 'Spider Man' and 'Captain America'! I have only seen Hellboy out of those you listed, but I approve of the film 'Saving Private Ryan'! What a good war film that is, though the opening scenes are gruelling to watch, but are suppposed to be incredibly realistic.
Do you like Quentin Tarentino's films? I love them, for although they contain a lot of horror, they are light-hearted and very clever! Not many directors can get away with some of the daring stuff he pulls off, and make it comical, but Tarentino has a gift for that sort of thing! I have read some reviews about how disgusting it is to turn the subjects he covers into comedy, but the writers who think like that shouldn't be watching them then! Reviews like that can be hilarious!
It's great that you chat with Bobby and Greg sometimes in the evenings! What is 'voice chat'? Do you do it on your computers?
It's also good that you get pleasure from your 'Hellboy' and 'Avengers' comics. Those comics are so successful that they have resulted in the making of umpteen movies! I didn't know that there's another 'Avengers' follow-up coming to our screens next year! I will probably be forced to sit through it at my boyfriend's place! I rather see other things, but I don't mind them, and they always use good, interesting actors, and that offers some form of consolation!

Bye for now!

Have a great weekend! ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜„
Ben said on 6/Oct/17
Sandy, it's nice seeing someone a bit older from the site. I've been getting to know Greg and Bobby from this site. we usually voice chat for a few hours some evenings. Greg just turned 22 and Bobby is 23 years old.

Correction time Sandy๐Ÿ˜Š I have one brother, who is 21 and 6'2.5".



I'm born in 2000, hehe...21st century...shouldn't we have flying cars now? I'm from a city called Malmo which is in the very south part Sweden. ๐Ÿ˜

I also enjoy horror movies, I really liked "Cabin in the Woods (2012)" . It might be my favorite horror movie. I love "Godfather (1972)", "Captain America: The Winter Solider (2014)", "Hellboy (2004)" and "Spider-Man 2 (2004)", "Saving Private Ryan (1999)". Those are ones I can remember at the moment as my favorite movies. I like deep and emotional movies with great visuals. Oh and I'm a huge James Bond fan, currently I'm writing down ideas to my own James Bond movie, hehe. I don't have a name for it yet but I have the major twists, the plot and action scenes on notes.

As for movies I'm looking forward to, I'm really looking forward to "Avengers: Infinity War (2018)" which will be the conclusion to the Marvel Cinematic Universe they have built up since 2008. I've read the comics and it's a very deep and very sad story. I love readinv comics. I'm currently reading Hellboy.
Sandy Cowell said on 5/Oct/17
@ Ben - My exact age is lurking on a couple of the pages of celebheights! It slipped out one evening! I don't think there is any point in pretending to be something you're not! Let's just say, I am more than three times your age, but I am am taken for much less, even by my doctors!

So you have two brothers and that makes yours a family of three boys, of whom you are the youngest. Do you have any sisters? I have only brothers myself. The youngest, who is a half-brother, is 40 and there are 3 more! Only one of them is a full brother. He is about 5ft8, and my 3 half-brothers are all 5ft10, not that they have ever let me measure them!

This evening I am watching 'The Horror Channel', which has been available in England for a few years now. I watch quite a bit of horror and I also enjoy thrillers, comedies and mostly anything! I am interested in nearly everything, so I'm never bored! It is nice chatting to someone of a much younger generation! You were born in the late 90's, I in the early 60's - ha ha ha! It's amazing! I live a few miles from London. Where do you live?
Right now a film called 'Starry Eyes' has started, which I have been waiting to see. I saw some of it the other night and the special effects are brilliant! I thought, "I have to see that from the start!"
Well, now is my chance!
Have a great weekend! ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜Š
Ben said on 4/Oct/17
Sandy, wow that ending was lit. How old are you by the way?

It was during a math lesson that we got measured and I got just over 5'11.5", it was almost 4pm. But yeah, it's funny and sad that a lot of people will think a shoe measurement is a legit measurement.

Yeah a lot of people thinks I'm attractive, So many girls that looks at me when I walk by, I'm quite flattered but of course it gets annoying from time to time especially when I'm walking with my family. But I'm not complaining! ๐Ÿ˜‚

My older brother is 21 and he is 6'2.5", every man in my family grew a lot after 17, my brother grew 2 inches after 18. :)
Sandy Cowell said on 3/Oct/17
@ Ben - Hey Ben! You funny thing, you! He he he! You won't
be old even in 20 years time, but it's good genuine fun to be able to lark about with that sort of thing! ๐Ÿ˜‚

I remember you from the User's Height page, and I know what you look like from your picture - very young, handsome and lean, from what I could gather!
Oh yes, and you are still in full time education, as was I when I was your age.

So your cousin had a little ๐Ÿ‘ถbaby a couple of years back at the age of 16! There are advantages to having kids early as well as disadvantages, but I am personally of the belief that the good outweighs the not-so-good, because if you have kids young, you grow up together and young parents have infinitely more energy than older ones! When all is said and done, your kids are the biggest thing, or legacy, you leave behind, and grandkids and so on! I'm glad your cousin has a million readers! She must feel proud and happy, as she should do, and when she isn't looking after her child, her readership will give her something to do without needing to find a babysitter! Cool, eh?

Now on to you! Did they actually measure you in your shoes at school ? If they did, that IS extremely irregular of them and misleading for the students. From what you tell me, you are a fraction over 5ft10.5 in the afternoon, so in the morning, fresh out of bed,
you will probably reach 5ft10.75 or even 5ft11. It is possible that you might still grow a bit; my brother did as did many other boys I have known and heard of and that is just a smidgeling of society! Your height is an excellent male height as it stands now, even if you don't grow any more, but, as you say, life is confusing, and height is part and parcel of that confusion! A few years after you are convinced you are so high, you start to shrink, ๐Ÿ˜จ but don't worry, you have decades to go! Why? Because you are so yyyooouuunnnggg! ๐Ÿ˜‰

So have FUN!
๐Ÿ‚๐ŸŠ๐Ÿš…๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿชโœˆ๐ŸŒŽ๐Ÿšข๐Ÿ’‘โ›ช๐Ÿšธ ๐Ÿ‘Œ
Ben said on 2/Oct/17
Sandy, ey, I'm 17, I'm ooolllllddd ๐Ÿ˜

My cousin is also 5'1", she was actually in the newspaper a little over a year ago because back in 2015, she had a baby, at the age of 16. Got over a million readers so that's good, I guess...

I myself am 5'10.5" in the afternoon, I think. I'm not sure anymore. I was measured at a bit over 5'11.5" in shoes in school during math, then one evening I put myself against a tape measure, similar to the one Rob uses, put my hand on top of my hand and when it touched the tape it said 5'10.63". Life's confusing...
Jake said on 1/Oct/17
Looks taller in the Jeremy Kyle show. I'd guess about 5'10" but then again he does have heels in his shoe.
Sandy Cowell said on 28/Sep/17
@ Ben - Thank you! It's always great to hear from you, my young friend! Feel free to join in any of the conversations I might be having and contribute your own thoughts! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿ˜
Ben said on 26/Sep/17
Sandy, thank you and I hope everything goes well!
Sandy Cowell said on 20/Sep/17
I'm back to add that JK does look to be every bit of the 5ft9.25, and more, as seen below in the average guess box!
I'd been thinking for quite a while that 5ft9 seems a little too low! One has to bear in mind that his good posture does work very much in his favour!
Sandy Cowell said on 20/Sep/17
@ Ben - Hello Ben! I have only just found your comment because I went along to Mr.Kyle's page to moan about a woman on his show who says 'Oi' instead of 'I' - and shouts her head off, thereafter telling someone else off for doing the very same thing!
Well Ben, I am at most 5ft1; the last time I was measured (June), I was 2 inches less, but I am in a lot of pain at the moment and things should right themselves once I've had my treatment, which could involve an operation to break and re-set a bone in the leg/hip area! Lovely! ๐Ÿ˜ญ

Anyhow, I am hope you are doing well yourself! Nice to hear from you mate!
Ben said on 23/Aug/17
Sandy, how tall are you?
Sandy Cowell said on 21/Aug/17
I reckon Jeremy goes to quite a lot of trouble to keep his weight down and his efforts really are paying off!

He is making the most of himself, looks years younger and could even pass at times for 5ft10! It often depends who else is standing with him on stage, though his bouncers don't do much to make him look tall, seriously!

I was watching him today and that is what I thought - 5ft9.75 to 5ft10 - and then the bouncers appeared!

Does anyone agree with me that this guy is getting funnier?

Jeremy can have 5ft9.25 today, which is the most I can give him and still remain sensible and realistic!
Sandy Cowell said on 13/Jun/17
๐Ÿ‘ Correction Time! ๐Ÿ‘

That should have been 'you're', not 'your' in my last comment!
Sandy Cowell said on 12/Jun/17
@ John B - Thanks for that! Your a good sport to admit that, and you made me laugh! ๐Ÿ˜‚
John B said on 11/Jun/17
Sad to say I was on his show - I'm 5'8 and so was he...
Sandy Cowell said on 6/Jun/17
@ Jacob - Hmm! He'd love you!!! He'd also strongly disagree, whereas I.....

Well! Average looking with unbounding confidence ain't bad, is it? It hasn't done him any harm, that's for sure!
Jacob said on 2/Jun/17
He's very average looking I saw episodes I thought he had to be 5'9 exactly
Arch Stanton said on 31/May/17
The PE teacher was an a$$, similar demeanour to Jeremy on his show. Spoke to most people like something on his shoe but for some reason he was alright to me, perhaps it was because he knew I wasn't retarded like a lot of the kids in the class haha.
Nik said on 31/May/17
@ Sandy Cowell @ Edutor Rob

Yes what you say is correct Sandy in that Jeremy Kyle is a good person.

You know what, I have been wondering how tall Graham Stanier is, and I don't think giving him a page would be a bad idea!
Blake said on 31/May/17
What is more likely 5 ft 9.25 or 5 ft 8.75 for Jeremy?
Editor Rob: well you could probably argue a strong 5ft 9 more than a weak.
Csimpson 6ft said on 31/May/17
Nice Rob youve finally added him! Yeah i would say he is around 5ft 9, pretty much spot on
Nik said on 31/May/17
It's great that he has got a page. It looks like he is a flat 5'9" after all! I think he could be anywhere from 5'8.5" - 5'9.25"''

It sounds like you are happy Sandy! Mr Simpson and Mr Stanton will be happy too!

I will be watching the Jeremy Kyle show more now!
James B said on 30/May/17
Rob I used to know someone who met Jeremy backstage and said he was really weird behind the scenes.
Editor Rob: I've only ever seen clips of his show, but I can see why people like to watch those kind of shows, sometimes people will look and say to themselves 'things could be worse'...

I'm sure there are many people in showbusiness who are not so pleasant, but I've no idea about Jeremy, all I know is in terms of height he is somewhere around average.
Nick92 said on 30/May/17
Finally!Loool but I think 0.25-0.5inch ontop will be more accurate
Sandy Cowell said on 30/May/17
@ Arch - I've only just taken in the second part of your comment! ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
Sandy Cowell said on 30/May/17
@ Arch Stanton - What sort of PE teacher did you have? One thing I will say about this guy is that he won't tolerate cruelty to children. It's a shame he wasn't around in the 90's!
I have plenty more to say about Mr Kyle; he is basically a good egg. So, however annoying his voice may be, he does his best for humanity! (...and that rhymes!)
How about a page now for Graham Stanier, his very decent humanitarian 'aftercare' fellow?
I think it would make Jeremy's day! He strikes me as a very unselfish person, this Mr Stanier! Oh yes! Although he never set out to be a celebrity, he has surely done enough to earn his way into our good books.
Sandy Cowell said on 30/May/17
@ Everyone! Wonderful! Thank you so much Rob! Cheers! Hey, Nik, hey Connor and indeed Mr. Arch Stanton: He is here! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘
I will vote for his height later! ๐Ÿ˜™
Fantastique! XXXXXXXX XXXXXXX XXXXXXX XXXXXXX
Arch Stanton said on 30/May/17
Shorter than I thought, I think I thought of him as nearer 5'11 but not looked much at him physically except noticing he lost a lot of weight from the cancer he had. He reminds me very much of an old PE teacher of mine who also once taught geography as a stand in for a while. Similar look (though this guy was around 6'3) and sneering, biting, arrogant demeanour, would enjoy making us do pressups on the muddy rugby pitch in the rain. He seemed to have more respect for me for some reason though and didn't speak to me in the patronising tone he did to a lot of the students.
Editor Rob: I would say Jeremy looked taller than someone like Robert Rinder, but maybe not as tall as Philip Schofield.

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