How tall was Susan Cabot

Susan Cabot's Height

5ft 2 (157.5 cm)

American Actress, best remembered from 1950's Roger Corman movies like The Wasp Woman. In Fangoria she said "Since I'm small - I'm 5'2" - another challenge was figuring out a way to attack six foot tall men and make it look credible."

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5ft 2in (157.5cm)
Mon said on 7/Sep/19
Made little Audie Murphy look like a giant. Big face, but on a tiny frame. I would say she was was a flat five feet tall.
Chase Witherspoon said on 10/Oct/15
Yes indeed she was pint-sized, maybe even less than 5'2" when I recall Wasp Woman '59
Marcus said on 19/Aug/12
She was a very small, attractive actress in the 1950's. The 5'2" estimate given by Rob sounds accurate.
Ryan said on 23/Sep/08
She was a very small, petite woman in the films she made. 5'1" or 5'2" seems accurate for her.
Cliff said on 22/May/06
She was actually many inches smaller than this. More like 4ft10-11. Just look at her legs in those photos. It's hard to imagine that she could've been over five-feet. Also, her son suffered from dwarfism, which may have had nothing to do with her height.

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