Cameron Diaz Height

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Cameron Diaz is one of Hollywood's elite actresses who is known for starring in a wide variety of movies such as The Mask, There's Something About Mary, Charlie's Angels, and its sequel, Gangs of New York, Bad Teacher, etc.

If anyone can be called a versatile actress -- it is Cameron Diaz.

About Cameron Diaz's real height

Cameron Diaz is also known for her height as well. She is tall -- there is no doubt about it. She is all legs -- and those legs are long indeed.

Everyone (Google, IMDb, many websites, and Cameron Diaz herself) thinks that she is 5 feet 9 inches tall -- who we are to dispute such high company?

Except we can give our honest opinion about the subject.

After taking a careful look at Cameron Diaz and comparing her height to that of people like Ben Stiller (5'6"), Tom Cruise (5'7¾"), Gwyneth Paltrow (5'9"), Kate Upton (5'10"), and a few more celebrities, we think Cameron Diaz is around an inch shorter than her listing.

In short, she is just slightly taller than Tom Cruise, but due to the heels, she looks far taller.

The real height of Cameron Diaz is

5 ft 8 in (173 cm)

Cameron Diaz standing with Angelina Jolie and Charlize Theron
Cameron Diaz standing with Angelina Jolie (5'6½") and Charlize Theron (5'10")

Here is some more awesome Cameron Diaz quotes.

On kissing a frog.

I'd kiss a frog even if there was no promise of a Prince Charming popping out of it. I love frogs.

New-age women.

Women are capable of doing so many things these days, physically, and emotionally, within relationships, and careers. There are so many things that women have evolved into and I feel really proud about where women are right now.

Being romantic when it comes to men.

I believe that when you're in love you have to pour your heart and soul out to your partner... or why bother? So in that sense, I'm an incurable romantic when it comes to men.

Real regrets.

Your regrets aren't what you did, but what you didn't do. So I take every opportunity.

On not wearing makeup.

Whenever I don't have to wear makeup, it's a good day.

Her dad's advice in school fights.

My dad always used to tell me that if they challenge you to an after-school fight, tell them you won't wait-you kick their ass right now.

Being active in causes.

It's important to be active in the causes that are important to you... That's how we make changes in this world.

Her love of curves.

I want to be a big, fleshy voluptuous woman with curves. I want a big bum, but I don't have one.

What women need to do.

What we women need to do, instead of worrying about what we don't have, is just love what we do have.

Having lots of testosterone.

I grew up with a lot of boys. I probably have a lot of testosterone for a woman.

Believing in fate.

I believe in fate and what's meant to be mine will be mine, and if it's not in my lap, then it's not mine.

When intimacy starts.

Intimacy starts with a relationship with yourself, an understanding of who you are.

The foundation of youth.

The foundation of youth for me...lots of water, lots of laughter, lots of sex.

On gratitude.

For me, gratitude is the only attitude.

What real beauty is.

Beauty is a kind of radiance. People who possess true inner beauty, have their eyes a little brighter, and their skin a little dewier. They vibrate at different frequencies.

How to be successful?

Whatever success people have in a field, it's a result of hard work. If you ultimately succeed in one place, you must have worked hard there or somewhere else.

Making fun of others.

I don't believe you should make fun of anyone but yourself.

On convenience.

Convenience is not an acceptable foundational value for society. It’s a disease.

On being a knucklehead.

I've pretty much behaved like a knucklehead my entire life.