Jameela Jamil Height

Surround yourself with people and things that inspire you. Learn everything you can.

~ Jameela Jamil

Famous British actress, Jameela Jamil is a tall woman -- a good choice for playing superheroes and stuff.

Anyway, Ms. Jamil once mentioned her height on Twitter as 5 feet 10 inches and weight as 140 lb (63.5 kg). We have no problem seeing Ms. Jamil at that height or weight.

I became allergic to virtually all fruits and vegetables, and my weight tumbled. I am 5ft 10 in, but dropped to just 8 stone 7 lb (120 lb or 54 kg).

We think Jameela looks tall enough and thin enough for it (she has gained some weight now). Interestingly, Ms. Jamil has gone on and somehow found an even taller boyfriend -- Singer James Blake, who is definitely in the 6'5" (195.6 cm) range.

The height of Jameela Jamil is

5'10" or 178 cm

Jameela Jamil standing with Ariana Grande and Gwendoline Christie
Jameela Jamil with the fun-sized Ariana Grande (5'½"), and Big Gwendoline Christie (6'3½")

Jameela Jamil is an intelligent woman. Here are some nice quotes from her:

Jameela Jamil on doughnuts.

With a doughnut in each hand, anything is possible

Jameela Jamil on the twists and turns of life.

Every twist and turn in life is an opportunity to learn something new about yourself, your interests, your talents, and how to set and then achieve goals.

Jameela Jamil on guiding other women.

I wanted to be a part of telling women there is no segregation. There is no need to ever not feel beautiful or glamorous. There should be nothing that gets in your way.

Jameela Jamil on her self-consciousness.

I look back at my old school journals, and they're full of self-hatred, full of me condemning myself for not being prettier, richer, or more popular.

Jameela Jamil on the right person for you.

If you want someone, you have to be willing to wait for them and trust that what you have is real and strong enough for them to wait for you. If somebody jumps ship for you, that fact will always haunt you because you'll know they're light on their feet. Spare yourself the paranoia and the pain and walk away until the coast is clear.

Jameela Jamil on work experience.

Something I can't stress enough is the massive importance of work experience. It's the only way to find out what work is really like when you're figuring out what path to take and to get an understanding of what it takes to achieve your career ambitions.

Jameela Jamil on getting ultra slim.

When I was a model at 15, I was eating one red pepper a day, and if I had a big day of castings, I would survive off a bag of Haribo, which gave me the 500 calories a day that would keep me alive. I was congratulated daily on my appearance - the more vertebrae upon my back you could count, the better my auditions went.

Jameela Jamil on male monogamy.

I'm going to get controversial here and say that monogamy isn't natural, especially not for men. It's a concept society birthed a few hundred years ago, even though men's DNA is busy telling them to spread the seed.

Jameela Jamil on her life altering moment.

The doctor said, 'You have a lump on your breast'. Hearing those words was a reminder, a kick up the bum if you like, telling me that life is very unpredictable.

Jameela Jamil on how preciousness of every moment.

It might seem a psychotic, insane thing, quitting a job after I'd built a great career over eight years, but it was a wake-up call. All too often we ignore those, forget that we don't know how long we're here for and that we need to make the most of every moment.

Jameela Jamil on having adventures and fulfilling her dreams.

I knew it was right to make time for myself to have adventures and fulfill my dreams.

Jameela Jamil on fat-shaming.

What kind of woman tries to fat-shame a heavily pregnant woman?

Jameela Jamil on her helping the underdog mentality.

I've always been passionate about the concept of helping the underdog. It just doesn't make sense to me as to what kind of person would take a huge platform and not use it to do something, to change something, or to help people.

Jameela Jamil on her celiac disease.

My digestive system was so damaged that I became allergic to almost everything, including fruit and vegetables, and the only thing I could stomach was chicken and chips.

Jameela Jamil on her disabilities.

I've had versions of disability my whole life, first with my hearing and then when I couldn't walk for over a year.

Jameela Jamil on being grateful for what she has.

I've been amazingly lucky, and believe me, I don't take anything for granted.

Jameela Jamil on having the right education.

Having an education is extremely valuable, but we need to help people connect their choice of studies to a potential career at an earlier age so that they are better prepared to get the job they want when the time comes.

Jameela Jamil on life choices.

One of the perks of growing up, but also one of the biggest challenges, is making decisions about the future. Deciding what kind of job you want, whether you want to finish school, or whether you want to go to university are huge choices to make.

Jameela Jamil understands men.

Most of my friends are male. And I've known some of them to literally go through mental breakdowns and still not talk about how they feel. Except to me. My shoulders are sodden with the tears of men.

Jameela Jamil on her immovable assets.

I've got quite an old-fashioned figure. Back in the Sixties, girls had boobs, a tummy and wide hips, and bigger thighs as well. I think that's sexy - to me, that's what a woman looks like. I've got love handles - sometimes they're passion handles! I'm built for comfort, not for speed, and I like that about myself.