Hailee Steinfeld Height

My mom taught me to live by the three p's: to always be passionate, persistent, and prepared.

American actress, singer, and songwriter Hailee Steinfeld is best known for her roles in movies such as Ender's Game, Romeo & Juliet, Bumblebee, and the Pitch Perfect film series.

So How Tall is Hailee Steinfeld Really?

In a Wired video, Hailee Steinfeld says: "This is where I lie and say 5'7" when really I'm like 5'6".

We took a good look at Hailee Steinfeld just to make sure that she didn't lie this time as well, and compared height her to that of people like that Cara Delevigne, Selena Gomez (5'5"), Cara Delevigne (5'7¼"), Sophie Turner (5'9"), Taylor Swift (5'9").

Surprisingly, now we think that Hailee didn't actually lie the first time as well -- her real height could be anywhere from 5'6" to 5'7". Perhaps Hailee was rounding up her height to a more complete number?

The height of Hailee Steinfeld is

5'6½" or 169 cm

Hailee Steinfeld standing with Elizabeth Debicki andNicki Minaj
Hailee Steinfeld with Elizabeth Debicki (6'2") and Nicki Minaj (5'2") -- a foot of height difference between the two ladies.

Here is some more Hailee Steinfeld quotes.

On amazing people.

I love it when someone that inspires me is not only good because of what they inspire me for, but also because they're just an amazing person.

Who you are.

It needs to be said and heard: it's OK to be who you are.

What every girl wishes.

Every girl wishes she was Juliet in some version of their life.

Guns and 13-year-old girls.

The shooting of the guns, was kind of funny because rolling a cigarette and shooting a gun aren't like normal things for a 13-year-old girl!

On Facebook.

Facebook is my life.

School vs real life.

I haven't even graduated from high school yet - and I've realized in the last four years, with all the traveling I've done and all of the movies I've made, that the world is my classroom. I've experienced things I don't know you can necessarily get from reading a history book.

On female directors.

There's a different energy with a female director, a female at the head of the production. I don't prefer one over the other, but they're definitely different experiences, and I would love to have more of them.

On women supporting each other.

I really do feel like I'm in a generation where women are empowering and supporting each other. It's so amazing to feel a part of that.

On bad experiences.

I feel like I've had very few bad experiences but even those I look back on and really feel like if it weren't for them, I wouldn't be where I am. I look back on them all the time and constantly feel like I owe it to the other projects that I've made that have gotten me to where I am.

Revenge from a 14-year-old girl.

The idea of revenge coming from a 14-year-old girl isn't, you know, exactly right.

On social media.

I think having not only personal connections with friends and family I'm able to pull from, but having a connection with so many people through social media, it also feels like I have a relationship with those people that follow me. And feel that what I'm going through, they've gone through something similar, and that's why we've connected. And they're the ones that make it into that body of work that represents them or that time in their life because we've found each other.

To be recognized for her hard work.

To be recognized for your hard work is a true honor. An Academy Award nomination is one thing that, five years later, I can't form a sentence about. It has not made me feel like I can work any less hard. It makes me feel like I have to work 100 times as hard, to even be as remotely good, to work through an experience that could take me through that again.