How tall is Peter Lupus

Peter Lupus Height

6ft 4 (193 cm)

American actor and bodybuilder best known for playing Willy Armitage on the tv series Mission: Impossible. In a Muscle Training magazine from 1968 he said: "I weigh about 218, try to stay 218-220 at all times. At my height of 6 feet 4 inches, this is a bit light in bodybuilding terms but just right for the show. This represents quite a weight loss for me. At the time of the 'Goliath' movies I weighed 238, and my top bodybuilding weight was 252."

How tall is Peter Lupus
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Average Guess (5 Votes)
6ft 3.55in (191.9cm)
Nick said on 13/Dec/14
Rob - Considering he was (or at least said he was) 6'4" in 1968 how likely is it he can still be that height now considering he is in his eighties?
Editor Rob
he's likely a few inches smaller.
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 17/Oct/14
Looked a legit 6ft4 on Mission: Impossible
talltalez said on 9/Dec/13
Old video of Peter Lupus in Superman costume meeting basketball player Jerry Sloan, who is listed as 6'5". Sloan certainly looking longer limbed and noticeably the taller. Is there really only a 1" difference in height? Unfortunately foot ware is hidden.
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Bob said on 14/Oct/13
Morris was 6'2" barefoot, 6'3" in shoes
Lupus is 6'4" barefoot, 6'5" in shoes
Steven Hill is 5'11" barefoot and 6' in shoes
Barbara Bain back then was 5'9" in heels

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