Chevy Chase Height

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Fabulous comedian and actor, Chevy Chase is known for amazing performances in movies such as Foul Play, Caddyshack, Fletch, and of course his portrayal of Clark W. Griswold in five National Lampoon's Vacation films.

About Chevy Chase's hilarious height

Chevy Chase is tall, but for some reason, people didn't think him to be. Perhaps due to his comedic roles -- perhaps people have a predisposition of thinking of comedians as short imps or something like that.

Anyway, Mr. chase mentioned in an episode of The Howard Stern Show that he was 6 feet 3½ inches tall at the time of fighting Bill Murrey (2008).

Mr. Chase was 65 at the time -- some people start to lose height well before that -- especially the tall ones but some people hold surprisingly well to their height -- we believe that Chevy Chase is one of those people.

Chevy Chase was very similar in height to Clint Eastwood in his prime who was 6'3½" in his prime as well. From what we have seen of Chevy Chase we think 6'4" might not have been impossible for him in his prime.

The height of Chevy Chase in his prime was

6 ft 3¾ in (192.5 cm)

His present height is

6 ft 3 in (190.5 cm)

Chevy Chase standing with Scarlett Johansson and Tom Cruise
Chevy Chase with Scarlett Johansson (5'3") and Tom Cruise (5'7¾")

Chevy Chase is a comedian, so naturally, his quotes would be good.

What to do when you fall.

The best advice I can give you about falling is to never land.

Being alive, being with friends, and being creative.

What interests me is being alive and being with friends that I care about and being as creative as I can be given the circumstances.

On his movie career.

I made about 28 movies, and I think about five of them were good.

Who is Chevy Chase?

I am a clown, just without the painted smile.

Physical humor.

A laugh is a surprise. And all humor is physical. I was always athletic, so that came naturally to me.

On the changing humanity.

Step by step, we will break this cycle of silence, poor information, and stigma.

On parrots.

Parrots make great pets. They have more personality than goldfish.

On his father.

My father was the funniest guy I ever met. I'm not sure if I stole his stuff or if I inherited it.

Fame is unnatural.

Fame is a very unnatural human condition. When you stop to realize that Abraham Lincoln was probably never seen by more than 400 people in a single evening and that I can enter over 40 million homes in a single evening due to the power of television, you have to admit the situation is not normal.

On his M.I.T days.

You may have read that I went to M.I.T. In 1982 I filled out a Who's Who survey with joking responses, and they never bothered to check the facts.

On the power of laughter.

Laughter kills lonesome. It's one of the great things in our lives.

On Fame.

The first thing that happens is that you're overwhelmed by so much attention. It's just so unnatural. Only people who've been in that position can realize what it's like. I mean, you have to be there.

On his daughters' upbringing.

I have three daughters. I wanted them to be raised where there are real seasons and where everyone their age wasn't trying to get into movies.