How tall is Joan Allen

Joan Allen's Height

5ft 10 (177.8 cm)

American actress best known for roles in movies like Face Off, The Ice Storm and The Bourne Supremacy.
I was too shy and gawky and insecure about my height. I just kept creeping up. I tell my agent, 'If it's a movie with Al Pacino, don't even send me for an audition.'...I haven't [had a co-star stand on a box], but I've taken my shoes off. I took my shoes off with Anthony Hopkins in the dance scene (Nixon), and I think he might have had just a little lift in his shoes.

How tall is Joan Allen
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Average Guess (3 Votes)
5ft 10.5in (179.1cm)
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 27/Oct/17
She's a dead ringer for Leslie Mann in that photo...
Amaze said on 17/Nov/14
saw her in face off yesterday. havent seen that since i was 4 or 5. came out a month after i was born . pretty and tall . MILF
Claes said on 4/Nov/11
I always assumed that she was 5'10 at her peak height, now with age and gravity I think she is 5'9.5. She looks gorgeous for her age, I thought she was at least 10 years younger than she realy is. Also she is a brillant actress.
Aimie said on 30/May/08
I love her as an actress. she is pretty and classy.She does look like 5'10''alright.
ed said on 2/Jan/08
Matt Damon and her look about the same in Bourne Ultimatum when they meet face to face at the end.
TNTinCA said on 2/Jan/08
Very attractive even at her age. And a great actress.

Easily 5'10". She towered over most of the men in the Bourne movies.
glenn said on 30/Dec/07
had a small heel here of course.
G-MANN said on 30/Dec/07
Not the best picture of her, but a good looking (and tall) woman for over 50.
Slh said on 30/Dec/07
she is 5-10 in the morning dmeyer
dmeyer said on 26/Jan/07
she is easy 5'10 and a lidl over in the morning
anonymous said on 1/Jan/06
She looked quite tall to me in upside of anger. I'd say at least 5'10.
CelebHeights Editor said on 18/Jul/05
"I was too shy and gawky and insecure about my height. I just kept creeping up. I tell my agent, 'If it's a movie with Al Pacino, don't even send me for an audition.'...I haven't [had a co-star stand on a box], but I've taken my shoes off. I took my shoes off with Anthony Hopkins in the dance scene (Nixon), and I think he might have had just a little lift in his shoes." -- Joan Allen in the Washington Post

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