Terry Crews Height

American actor, television host, and former professional football player, Terry Crews has appeared in movies such as "Friday After Next", "The 6th Day", "White Chicks", "Idiocracy", "Blended", and "The Expendables" series.

Terry Crews is a big and brawny man -- no doubt very strong as well. He must spend a fair amount of time in his local gym -- or his private one perhaps.

Anyway, where his height is concerned he has always been referred to or listed as six feet two inches tall most of his career -- whether it was football or acting. Though Mr. Crews himself once mentioned his height as six feet three inches.

After taking a careful look at him and comparing his height to that of people like Ryan Reynolds (6'2"), The Rock, Dave Bautista (6'2½"), Dolph Lundgren (6'4½" to 6'2½"), and many more, we think Mr. Crews might be actually slightly over "six two" in his prime but nowadays he looks like more or less bang on the six two mark.

By the way, Terry Crews' weight is around 245 lb (110 kg) -- most of which are hard-earned muscles.

The real height of Terry Crews is

6'2" or 188 cm

Terry Crews height comparison with The Rock and Vin Diesel
Terry Crews with some other big men -- The Rock (6'3½" to 6'2"), and Vin Diesel (5'11½")

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"
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"
Sweden 5'11" 5'5½"
Netherlands 5'11½" 5'6"

Data was collected from official sources wherever possible. A more detailed chart can be found here.

Terry Crews is a thoughtful man, here are some interresting quotes from him:

Terry Crews on getting better at work.

You get better at working by working. And if you don't work, you're not getting better.

Terry Crews on being unable to feel embarrassment.

Well, that embarrassment gene, I don't really have a lot of it.

Terry Crews on being a nerd.

When I was a kid, I didn't have any girlfriends. I was a very nerdy-type dude. Believe me, being a ham does not turn girls on.

Terry Crews on being a sports nut.

I was a sports nut. I stayed after school probably three hours every day - from fall, to winter, to spring. I went from football to basketball to track, and it started all over again. I loved all of it. I just loved being an athlete and all that it entailed. It really accounts for who I am today and even how I think today.

Terry Crews on work ethic.

A lot of people, especially comedians, just feel like, 'Oh, I can be charming and whatever, and have fun, and everybody is just going to like me.' But you've got to work. There's got to be a real work ethic that gets you better.

Terry Crews on imperfections and how they make you perfect.

The thing that you think is imperfect about you is the thing that makes you who you are. It separates you from everybody else. I have a scar on my lip, and for years I hated it. But now its become my thing. It's like, without it, I'm not me. You can't be perfect, so enjoy your imperfections. I can't stress that enough.

Terry Crews on being a phenomenal actor.

I would never do 'Dancing With The Stars,' because it's just not fair. I am too good of a dancer. It would be like LeBron James playing little league basketball.

Terry Crews on doing new things.

I always wanted to be that guy who pushed the envelope in all kind of ways and tried something new. When I keep that rule going, it always takes me to a new place. There are times when I fail miserably, but I always find myself knowing one more thing better, doing one more thing that I never did before.

Terry Crews on being funny and scary.

I call myself the Amusement Park. That's because I'm funny and scary at the same time.

Terry Crews on showing his quiet strength and sensitive side.

I have had a very physical acting career, but on 'Newsroom,' it's not about physicality, but it's about presence. I get to just be. Strong, sensitive, quiet strength can be much more intimidating than the screaming loud guy, and I'm so glad to get to show this side of me, which, to be honest, is a lot like who I really am.

Terry Crews on the power of comedy.

When someone can, on a worldwide level, make someone laugh, that's power. A lot of my heroes - Eddie Murphy, Will Ferrell, the Wayans, Adam Sandler - they get it. And I've always felt that Andy Samberg is the future of comedy.

Terry Crews on loving his work.

I love what I do, and I don't think I'm the guy who can do, like, a movie a year and that's it. I don't know what I'd do! I've already put stuff independently on the Internet cause I'm bored! I just want to keep going!

Terry Crews on NFL snakes.

What shocked me, and what I wasn't prepared for, was just how brutal and how unethical some people can be in the NFL. I mean, there were some great people, but there were some real snakes, too. I was like, 'Holy cow!' But it made me a better person, and it got me ready for other things.

Terry Crews on the importance of not doing things for money.

I only have one rule: I don't do anything for money; that's my rule.

Terry Crews on still being a child at heard.

I'm actually a perpetual 13-year-old. I've never advanced beyond 13. Every day, tomorrow is my 14th birthday. That's my kind of humor.

Terry Crews on being a versatile actor.

I am a fan of all genres. My big thing is to serve the purpose of the script and what the director wants. If it's a comedy, I want to be funny; if it's action, I want to bring the action. If it's drama, I want to be the catalyst for that drama. That's the fun part; it never gets boring being an actor.

Terry Crews on the origins of Justin Bieber.

I actually ran into Justin Bieber when nobody knew him at the Kids' Choice Awards. He came up to me like, 'Mr. Crews, how you doing? I'm produced by Usher and I just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Justin Bieber,' and I just knew he was a good, nice kid. Next year, people are screaming and attacking him!

Terry Crews on his family.

When I look at my family, that's all life means, right there.

Terry Crews on natural comedy.

Comedy needs to happen naturally and be in touch with the character. When you see that guy in your office that everybody laughs at, he doesn't think he's funny. He's just being him, and that's the joke.

Terry Crews on being the butt of the joke.

I love doing great entertainment, but I like the joke to be on me. I don't want to take advantage of some poor person and dog 'em out and let the chips fall.

Terry Crews predicting black superheros.

I feel like we need to make new superheroes, African-American superheroes, that people would accept.