Aziz Ansari Height

I have never taken the high road, but I tell other people to, because then there's more room for me on the low road.

American comedian and actor, Aziz Ansari is perhaps best known for his role as Tom Haverford on the NBC series Parks and Recreation, and as creator and star of the Netflix series Master of None.

Inside Aziz Ansari's 'Funny' Height

Aziz Ansari has a predilection for being dwarfed by his girlfriends -- which honestly is not so bad. (in fact, many people want to experience that) .

What seems rather surprising is that Aziz has the proportions of a tall person -- along with his long limbs, but still he is in Ariana Grande's words -- fun-sized!

Aziz's height is listed all over the internet at 5'6" (168 cm) -- and for a good reason, it seems. After taking a careful look at him and comparing his height to that of a few other people, we too think that Aziz's real height is within that range.

The real height of Aziz Ansari is

5'6" or 167.5 cm

Aziz Ansari standing with Leslie Jone and Gwendoline Christie
Big Aziz Ansari standing with some bigger ladies: Leslie Jones (6 ft) and Gwendoline Christie (6 ft 3 in)

Here are some more of Aziz Ansari's straight-from-heart quotes.

Work a little so...

Sometimes you gotta work a little, so you can ball a lot.

No interest in...

I have no interest in art. Let me clarify — I have no interest in non-nude images.

On doing great work.

Regardless of your ethnicity or anything, if you do great work, people will notice and you'll get hired.

Being an optimist.

I'm an optimist - I feel like an amazing part of life is that at any moment.

On spending too much time on the internet.

I spend so much time on the Internet...I feel like I'm a million pages into the worst book ever, and I'm never going to stop reading.

Being with someone.

I like going out and I like being single, but a growing part of me would rather just stay home, cook food with someone I really like, and do nothing.

Learning to listen.

Instead of yelling your opinion, or telling people to shut up, or engaging in this clickbait-internet culture, have a dialogue with someone and ask people questions and listen to what they have to say.

What he fears.

Others fear what the morrow may bring. I am afraid of what happened yesterday.

On his failed pick-up strategy.

This is one of my favorite pick-up strategies: I'm constantly giving women my keys. So far, none of them have shown up. Matter of time. And I've been robbed twice.

Being confident as a comedian.

You've got to be pretty confident that you're good. If I do a show and for whatever reason, no one laughs, I'll be like, 'Wow, those people are weird'.

On his dad and himself.

My dad grew up basically in a hut in Taiwan without enough food to eat. And within one generation his son in America gets to do a comedy show about whatever he wants.

On modern life.

Modern life. Where are we running? Sometimes what we want is not always where we are... Are we alone? Is the real winter inside our hearts? We are all struggling for definition in a world that resists our increase.

Getting married and having babies.

Why would anyone get married and have babies? That's the dumbest idea I've ever heard in my life. Or the scariest thing I've ever heard in my life.

Acting and animation.

Acting is a plum gig, and then animation is an even more plum gig.