Danny Strong Height

I love the idea of a movie hero in a thriller who is able to get ahead by just his brilliance, and not with a gun or by being an action hero.

American actor, Danny Strong is perhaps best known for his roles as Jonathan Levinson in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Doyle McMaster in Gilmore Girls. 

Danny Strong is also known for his height -- or lack thereof. But Mr. Strong is a good example of how little height has to do with a good personality.

For women, height is already not that important, and throughout history, there has been a preference for short women in many cultures around the world Though it seems that tall women are finally back in demand everywhere.

Anyway, after taking a good look at Danny Strong and comparing his height to some other celebrities, like Liza Weil (5'2"), Sarah Michelle Gellar (5'2"), and Alexis Bledel (5'5"), we think he looks slightly over 5 feet tall.

It is amazing how short but well-proportioned Danny Strong is. You would be hard-pressed to find someone like him in western countries, where the average height of men is 5'9" or above. Women also think of Danny Strong as cute -- what more a man could want?

The real height of Danny Strong is

5'1" or 155 cm

Danny Strong standing with Charlize Theron and Gwendoline Christie
Danny Strong with Charlize Theron (5'10"), and Gwendoline Christie (6'3½")

Here are a few more of Danny Strong's strong quotes:

Danny Strong on idealism and pragmatism.

Idealism loses to pragmatism when it comes to winning elections.

Danny Strong on sitting around thinking about a project.

I've found that sitting around and obsessing about projects moving forward, when there's actually nothing I can do about it, at a certain point, is really counter-productive.

Danny Strong on being a movie buff.

Even from a really young age I was a huge movie buff - five, six, seven, eight. Just loved movies, but in a more in-depth way than most kids that loved movies at that time. I'd find a filmmaker or something and want to see all his movies.

Danny Strong on Little Christian Bale.

Little Christian Bale. It was one of my favorite movies as a kid, and I re-watched it not too long ago, and my jaw just hit the floor. The whole time I was like, "Who wrote this? This is unbelievable." And then the credits came up at the end and it was Tom Stoppard, my favorite playwright. It's just an amazing piece of writing.

Danny Strong on being a political junkie.

I wouldn't say I'm a political junkie. I follow it. I read a few articles every day.

Danny Strong on his love of volleyball.

I was a volleyball player as a kid. I played volleyball all the time.

Danny Strong on writing a scene.

Usually, if a scene's really hard to write, I just don't write it. Nothing's coming to mind.