Jeff Goldblum Height

"As soon as you're interested in what is good taste, then you're in bad taste land already. What's comfortable and what represents your life, what's unique and individual about you, that's style."

~ Jeff Goldblum

Jeff Goldblum or affectionally known by his fans as Jeff Goldbum is a fine actor who has graced many movies by his appearances such as Jurassic Park (1993), Independence Day (1996), The Fly (1986)Thor: Ragnorak (2017), and many more.

About Jeff Goldblum's Real Height

Jeff Goldblum is a tall man - that's the long and short of his height. He has towered over nearly every other co-actor in his long and illustrious career, even a tall woman like Laura Dern. IMDb lists him as 6'4½" tall - which is how tall we would have guessed him to be anyway.

Though like many other things IMDb's information in this matter is a little outdated. Now as Jeff is about the touch his seventies, he isn't as tall as he used to be. People lose height with age - and tall people are especially prone to it. We surmise that he would have lost around an inch of height by now.

The real height of Jeff Goldblum is

6'3½" or 192 cm

Height in his prime was 6'4½"

Gary Oldman, Adrien Brody, Edward Norton, Nicolas Cage, John Cusack, and Jeff Goldblum height comparison
Gary Oldman (5'8" now, 5'9" in his prime), Adrien Brody (6"), Edward Norton (6"), Nicolas Cage (6"), John Cusack (6'2"), and Jeff Goldblum
Black shadow represents how tall they used to be in their prime.

For reference, here is the average human height around the world.

Country Male Female
Indonesia 5'4" 4'11"
India 5'5½" 5'½"
Mexico 5'6½" 5'1½"
China 5'6½" 5'1½"
Japan 5'7½" 5'2½"
Brazil 5'8" 5'3"
Russia 5'9" 5'3¾"
France 5'9" 5'3¾"
United States 5'9¼" 5'4"
United Kingdom 5'9½" 5'4¼"
Canada 5'10" 5'4½"
Australia 5'10" 5'4½"
Germany 5'10½" 5'5"
Netherlands 5'11½" 5'6"
Dinka people of South Sudan 6" 5'7"

Data collected more or less from Wikipedia and some other sources. Expect a slight discrepancy from real life.

"Involve yourself every day. Work hard and figure out how to love acting all day, every day. It's getting into a made-up situation and making it good and making it real and just playing, just practicing and playing. Like the musicians that I played piano with: they never expect to be rich or famous, but they, for the sheer joy of it, play every day, all day."

~ Jeff Goldblum