How tall was Roger Brierley

Roger Brierley's Height

6ft 5 (195.6 cm)

English actor, best remembered for roles in Young Sherlock Holmes, A Fish Called Wanda, Jinnah and Doctor Who. In the 1970's he used to list himself in Spotlight as "Height 6 feet 5 inches"

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Average Guess (3 Votes)
6ft 5in (195.6cm)
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 14/Oct/19
I wonder if they’re in any scenes together in A Fish Called Wanda
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 18/Sep/19
Rob, who do you think was taller peak this guy or Cleese?
Editor Rob
They could both look very tall in that 6ft 5 zone
Canson said on 15/Sep/19
Agree with Christian. Weak 6’5, 194/195 range with Lyndhurst
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 14/Sep/19
Still looked close to this in his 60’s so wouldn’t be surprised if he was a little over 6ft5 in his prime
Myself said on 13/Sep/19
There's no photo on this page though
Dream said on 12/Sep/19
Rob, do you think this guy would edge out Cam Newton and be on par with someone like Bo Burnham or Wladimir Klitschko?
Editor Rob
Maybe in his 30's he could have given them a run for their money.
Christian 6'5 3/8" said on 12/Sep/19
Roger looks more 6'4.5" though, based off of Lyndhurst's 6'1.5" listing.
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 12/Sep/19
Lyndhurst looks 6ft2 there if this guy’s height is correct
Miss Sandy Cowell said on 11/Sep/19
What a tall guy! Unfortunately, I don't remember him off hand. I have never seen 'A Fish Called Wanda' and I gave up watching 'Dr Who' ages ago!

6ft5. 😁
Editor Rob
He always was a very tall guy, you can see with Lyndhurst, who is a fairly tall guy himself that Roger is at least 6ft 5
World Citizen said on 11/Sep/19
I remember him from Mr.Bean

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