Adam Driver Height

I loved being in the Marine Corps, I loved my job in the Marine Corps, and I loved the people I served with. It's one of the best things I've had a chance to do.

Intense actor, Adam Driver has starred in movies such as "Inside Llewyn Davis", "Silence", "Anette",  BlacKkKlansman", etc, but he is perhaps best known for his role as Kylo Ren in the Star Wars sequel trilogy.

About Adam Driver's Real Height

Adam Driver is a big man -- that much is clear just by watching him on the screen. The Guardian described him as a man with a 6 feet 3 inches frame, raven hair, and a face like human origami (the art of paper folding).

After looking carefully at Mr. Driver and comparing his height to that of people like Daniel Crag (5'10"), Channing Tatum (6'"), Liam Neeson (6'3½" now, 6'4" in his prime), etc. we have no doubt that Adam is definitely in the elite 6'3" neighborhood -- but just on the southern side of it.

Adam Driver's height twins in Hollywood would be big Ben Affleck, Brandon Routh, and The Rock (he used to be taller though -- 6'3"). By the way, his shoe size is 10.5.

The real height of Adam Driver is

6 ft 2½ in (189 cm)

Adam Driver standing with Henry Cavill and Jason Momoa
Adam Driver standing with Henry Cavill (6'½") and Jason Momoa (6'4")

Adam Driver is a sincere fellow. Here are some of his sincere quotes.

On acting.

Acting is really about having the courage to fail in front of people.

Eating chicken for years.

I used to eat a whole chicken every day, for lunch. I did that for four years. But it got tiring - go to the store, buy it, eat it. It’s a mess.

The essence of people.

In the military, you learn the essence of people. You see so many examples of self-sacrifice and moral courage. For the rest of life, you don't get that many opportunities to be sure of your friends.

When not working.

If I'm not doing something or working on something, I literally just sit in the room and think, which I don't think is productive. I won't go outside for days.

Being a control freak.

I have a control problem. I hate the feeling of not being in control.

On technology.

I don't understand technology, and I'm very scared of it.

On communication.

For me, becoming a man had a lot to do with learning communication, and I learned about that by acting.

On Daniel Day-Lewis.

There's so much emphasis on Daniel Day-Lewis and his process, which is appropriately his own. But I was just blown away by his generosity as an actor. He's so giving as an actor that he just naturally commands the focus on set.

On his past.

I was living in a small town in Indiana working as a telemarketer and a vacuum salesman. I was really bad: the vacuums seemed to always be falling apart. Every time I did a demonstration, I'd say, 'This is the material the astronauts used on Apollo 13.' And no sooner had that come out of my mouth, than something would malfunction.

What is important in a movie.

What is important is to maintain the integrity of the story, of the character, of the movie, even if it's a big production.

Personal feelings in the Marine Corps.

The emphasis in the Marine Corps isn't on talking about your feelings.