Ulrich Thomsen's Height
5ft 10in (177.8 cm)
Danish actor, known for films such as The Celebration, The Thing (2011), The World is Not Enough, The Inheritance, Brothers, Fear Me Not and Hitman. On TV he has appeared in The Blacklist and Banshee. In 2014 on twitter, he said he was "180 cm"
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Average Guess (6 Votes)
5ft 10.42in (178.9cm)
Animus said on 25/May/17
He typically looks about two inches shorter than Mads Mikkelsen, so 5'10" sounds about right.
said on 24/May/17
Yeah he doesn't look so much like Charles Dance but at times reminds me of him with some of his expressions. Sting definitely though, but bets he's not so much into tantric haha Click Here
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 24/May/17
Sting I can definitely see....not sure about Charles Dance though. Eyes are slightly beadier...but he really looks like he could be Julian Glovers son...that or Jack Colemans brother
Arch Stanton said on 21/May/17
@Rampage, I'd thought a little Charles Dance and Sting about him too.
Edge said on 20/May/17
Definately ain't no 6 feet tall. 5'10.5 if he's lucky.
Rampage(-_-_-)Clover said on 18/May/17
I thought he looked 179-180cm next to Brosnan in TWINE.
He looks like Julian Glover
Andrea said on 17/May/17
Nice find (I mean his "official" claim), Rob! That explains where those 5'10.75-180cms listings come from, at least for once 😂
I know this guy for his regular role in Banshee as Kai Proctor but funnily I kinda forgot how he looked on the show! I don't remember if 5'8-9 range or more 5'9-5'10 but he certainly didn't look anywhere near his claim! I think Anthony Starr did look "comfortably" taller than him on Banshee... I know there are some pictures out there with Mads Mikkelsen. How much shorter he really is is hard to say, though...
Arch Stanton said on 17/May/17
Nice one, thanks, one of those familiar faces. Can you add The Inheritance and Brothers too? Yes, 180cm seems too high barefoot, I think it's a shoe measurement. In Festen he looked nothing over average in a fair wedding party crowd.