Nicky Campbell's Height
5ft 11 ¾ (182.2 cm)
Scottish TV and Radio presenter, known for Wheel of Fortune, Watchdog and Long Lost Family. When someone called him 'Little Nicky' he responded "How fecking dare you. How DARE you. I’m not little. I’m 5 11 and three quarters."
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5ft 11.84in (182.5cm)
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 27/Dec/20
I was MOST impressed with Nicky's performance on last night's Christmas Chase. Despite getting only one question right in the cash build-up, Nicky went for the highest offer of £73K AND HE GOT THROUGH!
Furthermore, with his fellow three celeb contestants, he won £35K and his share went to the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. That's a lot of money for them. Battersea is a charity very close to my heart.
Well done Nicky!
said on 5/Sep/18
If he instead quoted “I’m 6 feet tall” would you find it to be believable?
It wouldn't be much of a rounding...people in 5ft 11.5-11.75 range could claim it and look roughly that range to people.
SD(172cm) said on 13/Aug/18
I'm a huge fan of his show 'The Big Questions' and he always looks like a tall fellow...he could claim 6'1 and I would buy it.@Editor Rob He's actually an Irishman,he was just adopted by a Scottish couple.
Paul Wood said on 8/Aug/18
'Little' has more than one connotation apart from height. It can mean someone of slight build, which he has. Maybe that's what the person meant.
Nik said on 6/Aug/18
You tell 'em Nicky!
Nik said on 6/Aug/18
He's tall and height honest too!
Agent Orange said on 4/Aug/18
Wow. Gave off a much smaller impression. Just goes to show that height estimation is no easy business! Will therefore give home what he says he believes his height to be!
Arch Stanton said on 3/Aug/18
Nicky Campbell, two Ls haha! Alistair McGowan. LOL that's an old photo!! Much taller than I thought, for some reason I thought he was only 5 ft 7 or 8. Him and Jeremy Kyle could be brothers!
said on 3/Aug/18
Well, the 5ft11-and-three-quarters retaliation bark of his says it all! How can anyone call that 'little'? Mr Campbell gets just that then, no emphasis on the 'just' either!!!
He'll be happy you agree with him.