Jonah Hill Height

You just have to be strong and don't be stupid; freedom of choice is a big responsibility.

Amazing actor and comedian, Jonah Hill is known for amazing performances in movies such as Superbad, Knocked Up, 21 Jump Street, This Is the End, 22 Jump Street, The Wolf of Wall Street, and many more such gems.

About Jonah Hill's Real and Unfiltered Height

Why is Jonah Hill's height even a topic of discussion? Well, there are all kinds of people, who want to know all sorts of things -- even a thing like Jonah Hill's height -- as if it is something that really exists!

Well, it doesn't -- so there is no point in searching about it, is there? Wait... it exists but barely...

Joking aside, everyone knows that Jonah Hill is short but how short exactly? Well, IMDb lists Jonah Hill at a respectable 5 feet and 7 inches.

But IMDb stats have often been found to be sketchy -- to say the least. That's why decided to investigate Jonah Hill's real height for once and all.

What we found after carefully looking at Jonah Hill and comparing his height to that of Brad Pitt (5'11"), Leonardo DiCaprio (5'11½"), Channing Tatum (6'½"), and many more such interesting people -- may surprise you...

We found that Jonah Hill might actually be an inch shorter than his listed height. Did it surprise you? Well, we know the answer already, no need to tell us about it.

The real height of Jonah Hill is

5 ft 6¼ in (168 cm)

Jonah Hill standing with Channing Tatum and Gwendoline Christie
Jonah Hill standing with Channing Tatum (6'½") and Gwendoline Christie (6'3½")

Here are some more of Jonah Hill's straight-from-heart quotes.

Not getting expectations high.

I assume everything I do in life is gonna be a failure, and then if it turns up roses, then I'm psyched.

On writing collaboration.

I believe in collaboration. I think that is the most entertaining and effective way to write for me, personally.

On Germany.

Germany's amongst my top three places in the world I'd like to live.

On breaking people's expectations.

It's always better to shock people and change people's expectations than to give them exactly what they think you can do.

On Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird.

I want to meet the man who saw a turtle and said, "People will LOVE the ninja version of that.

When you create something...

When you create something you're free to explore it however you want to do it.

Trying to make someone happy...

If you're trying to make someone happy, you gotta try and make them happy.

On harsh criticism.

I don't like to say mean things about people's hard work.

What makes his funny bones tickle?

I mean, I find things that happened in real life to be the funniest - things that you observe instead of crazy abstract things, you know.

Being caring.

I really care about this stuff, I care about movies, and you just have to be strong and don't be stupid; freedom of choice is a big responsibility, and I'm lucky enough not to have to just take any movie to pay the rent, so there's no need to be greedy.

On making movies.

I just like to act and write and produce. To me, making movies is the ultimate goal.

Being real-life 'Superbad'.

All my friends were in college when I was making 'Superbad.' We were drinking beer and watched movies and eating pizza. It wasn't like I was going to nice restaurants or anything like that, and I lived like a frat guy. Eventually, it was time to grow up, be healthy and be responsible. You can't live like a kid forever, you know?

Being a popular guy.

I've never had issues with popularity. I was always a popular guy... I've always had friends and loved ones and everything, so it wasn't like, 'Oh man, I gotta fill some void that was left by high school.' I had a great high-school experience.

On writing.

Writing is as big a part of my career as acting is, financially and time-wise. So, yeah, I love it. That's all I wanted to do since I was young was be a writer. So that and acting are the two most important aspects of my career.