Vicky Krieps Height
5ft 9 (175.3 cm)
Luxembourgish actress, best known for appearing in films Phantom Thread, Hanna, The Chambermaid Lynn and Colonia. On an actors site, she listed herself as "Height 175"
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Average Guess (7 Votes)
5ft 8.79in (174.7cm)
Tall Sam said on 5/Mar/18
Yeah, I would've guessed her taller in Phantom Thread, she looks like someone in the 5'9"-5'10" range on screen. She looked taller in the movie relative to Day Lewis than in stills where she can look considerably shorter in presumed flats. I still wouldn't rule out her being a bit over 5'9" for a part of the day.
Nik said on 8/Feb/18
@ Sandy Cowell - Hi!
I like the Nik Nik and the Nik Nak! It's great to see you back, I was worried again.
He is a meanie, isn't he? He wouldn't like it if you gave him a taste of his own medicine! Laptop!
Well, if my maths serves me correct your autocorrect thinks that Vicky is 13'3" or 6'87"! That is the size of 2 Peter Crouches!
Sandy Cowell said on 4/Feb/18
@ Nik Nik - Yes, he has done infinitely worse than that, like erase my comments two and three times before allowing me to send them, as happened yesterday with this woman and the day before with Sharon Tate!
Cheers Nik Nak! 😂😂😂
Nik said on 4/Feb/18
@ Sandy Cowell - Hi!
Vicky is very tall for a woman and I will offer her 5'9" like Rob and the other voters!
She is mighty tall at 5'99" and your phone is having a joke with me, I just hope he doesn't say worse things to me than that!
Sandy Cowell said on 3/Feb/18
Vicky's face and the name ring familiar with but I can't recall where I've seen her because the films mentioned above I have yet to see!
I will therefore have to go along with the enviable 5ft9, as written here!
@ Nik - The phone who loves to play pranks on his owner tried to slip in an extra 9, making her 5ft99 - AND he called you Nik Nik! 😤😤😤
Aburor said on 2/Feb/18
In Phantom Thread she seemed even taller than 5 ft 9, there didn't seem like there was a 4 inch difference between her and DDL