George Clooney Height

Whatever you do, don’t wake up at 65 years old and think about what you should have done with your life.

Who would have thought that Seth Gecko from Dusk till Dawn would come such a long way? Well, even stranger things have happened in the world and George Clooney was already a talented and good-looking actor who just needed a good opportunity.

Since then George Clooney's rise was almost meteoritic and he has never looked back and has starred in The American, Tomorrowland, Gravity, The Descendants, The Oceans series, and many more such good movies.

About George Clooney's Real Height

Despite what the ex-president of the United States (Donald Trump) says, George Clooney is not short -- though he is shorter than Trump. But then Trump used to be 6'2" in his prime -- he is a bit shorter now.

George himself claims to be 5 feet 11 inches tall.

Now the only question that remains is whether he really is 5'11" -- because he certainly looks shorter than Brad Pitt who is really 5'11".

After taking a careful look at him and comparing his height to people like compared with Matt Damon (Almost 5'10"), Matthew McConaughey (almost 5'11") Brad Pitt, etc, we think George can at least be measured a full 5 feet 11 inches in the morning.

But certainly not in the evening. Humans lose some height in the course of the day because of due to spinal compression and even Geroge Clooney isn't an exception.

Though George might also look shorter than he really is because of his bad posture. And as strange as it would sound, George Clooney's height twin in Hollywood is Nicole Kidman.

The real height of George Clooney is

5 ft 10½ in (179 cm)

George Clooney standing with Matt Damon and Brad Pitt
George Clooney standing with friends: Matt Damon (5 ft 10 in) and Brad Pitt (5 ft 11 in)

George Clooney is a very smart man, here are some of his smart quotes.

On mistakes and failures.

You learn from the mistakes you make and from the mistakes other people make. The truth is, you don't learn from success; you learn from failure.

Happy endings...

I don't believe in happy endings but I believe in happy journeys.

On helping others.

At the core of every religion is the belief that we care for everyone... It's not too late to help a neighbor in need and to do it with the swiftness, expertise, generosity, and love that resides in the best of who we are.

On people who don't drink coffee.

If you don't drink coffee, I am suspicious of your character and will not invite you to my Italian lake home.

On not trying.

The only failure is not trying.

Being on the right side of history.

At some point in our lifetime, gay marriage won't be an issue, and everyone who stood against this civil right will look as outdated as George Wallace standing on the school steps keeping James Hood from entering the University of Alabama because he was black.

Speaking vs. listening.

You never really learn much from hearing yourself talk.

On growing old as a celeb.

Growing old on screen is not for the faint of heart.

On his grey hair and wrinkles.

I love my grey hair and wrinkles. I love the fact that my face has more of an edge and more character than it did when I was in my twenties and thirties. No Botox for me.

People who rise above cruelty.

The truth of the matter is the real story are the people who rise above all of this incredible cruelty. Otherwise, that cruelty wins.

Old body and young mind.

Things hurt me now. My knees hurt, my back hurts. But your head still thinks it's twenty-three.

What he believes in or what not.

I don't believe in heaven and hell.  I don't know if I believe in God.  All I know is that as an individual, I won't allow this life - the only thing I know to exist - to be wasted.

On his personal life.

I don't like to share my personal life... it wouldn't be personal if I shared it.

On Batman.

I am the least qualified person to comment on anyone playing the role of Batman since I so terribly destroyed the part.

On scripts.

It's possible for me to make a bad movie out of a good script, but I can't make a good movie from a bad script.

Being older than Brad Pitt.

I'm only two years older than Brad Pitt, but I look a lot older, which used to greatly frustrate me. It doesn't anymore. I don't have to fit into that category and get trounced by Tom Cruise and Brad.

On getting old.

But I'm kind of comfortable with getting older because it's better than the other option, which is being dead. So I'll take getting older.

Making your mark on the world.

You have only a short period of time in your life to make your mark, and I'm there now.

On his parents.

I'm so lucky to have been raised the way I have because my parents believed that everyone had the right to their own feelings, opinions, and existence; as long as they weren't harming others, they had to defend those rights.

What do others tell you?

When you're young, you tend to believe what people tell you, and that's dangerous. As you get older, you learn that you're never as good or as bad as they say you are. If you understand this, you win.