Orlando Bloom Height

Whatever happens in life is fine - just trust in that.

Amazing actor Orlando Jonathan Blanchard Copeland Bloom, or simply Orlando Bloom has appeared in many good movies such as Troy, Black Hawk Down, The Three Musketeers, etc.

But Olrando Bloom's career can be defined by only two roles in two movie series. The character Legolas in The Lord of the Rings film series, (appeared in The Hobbit film series as well). And as Will Turner in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series.

About Orlando Bloom's Real Height

Let's be honest here, Orlando Bloom doesn't look tall. At best he can be described as an average tall fellow, at worst, it can be said that he looks somewhat short.

Though IMDb lists Orlando Bloom's height at a stately 5 feet 11 inches. As it happens, Brad Pitt is 5'11" as well, and after watching the movie "Troy" and checking out the pics of Orlando Bloom and Brad Pitt together -- it looks to us that Pitt seems far taller.

Another 5'11" guy Viggo Mortensen (Aragorn/Strider from The Lord of the Rings), seems a bit taller than Orlando as well. And yet Orlando couldn't be that much shorter than 5'11" because he certainly looked a bit taller than 5'9" Johnny Depp in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series.

After comparing Orlando Bloom's height to that of people like Miranda Kerr (5'8½"), Viggo Mortensen (5'11"), and Leonardo DiCaprio (5'11½"), etc. we think the answer to Orlando Bloom's real height lies somewhere between 5'9" and 5'11".

The real height of Orlando Bloom is

5 ft 10½ in (179 cm)

Orlando Bloom standing with Viggo Mortensen and Liv Taylor
Orlando Bloom standing with Viggo Mortensen (5'11") and Liv Taylor (5'10" -- surprise, surprise!)

Here are some more sincere and straightforward Orlando Bloom quotes.

People come into your life and people leave it... you just have to trust that life has a road mapped out for you.

Seize the day.

We have to make good use of the time we have. That simple. We have to wake up every day, knowing that it's not just an ordinary day. We have to take the moment, seize each day.

On failure and fiasco.

Failure is simply the non-presence of success. But a fiasco is a disaster of mythic proportions.

Being a gentleman.

Being a gentleman is a worthy goal.

On creativity.

Creativity is the key for any child with dyslexia, or for anyone for that matter. Then you can think outside of the box. Teach them anything is attainable. Let them run with what you see is whatever they need to run with.

Lord of the Rings camaraderie.

Vig used to call me 'Elf boy', and I'd call him 'filthy human'. As an Elf, I never got a scratch on me, never got dirty. And Vig would come out with blood and sweat all over him. And he'd say to me, 'Oh, go manicure your nails.'

On falling in love.

When you start falling for somebody and you can't stop thinking about when you're going to see them again, I love that. Women are beautiful. They deserve to be cherished and respected.

What life is about?

If life isn't about human beings and living in harmony, then I don't know what it's about.

On his career.

My whole career has been fulfilling my childhood fantasies, playing characters that are larger than life, and getting to play a knight, an elf, a prince, and a soldier.

On women.

I'm quite sensitive to women. I saw how my sister got treated by her boyfriends. I read this thing that said when you are in a relationship with a woman, imagine how you would feel if you were her father. That's been my approach, for the most part.

On dyslexia.

Dyslexia is not due to a lack of intelligence, it's a lack of access. It's like, if you're dyslexic, you have all the information you need, but find it harder to process.

On Viggo Mortensen.

Viggo Mortensen had the biggest impact on me in terms of approach, dedication, intention, and artistic outlook, and I'm nowhere close to how good he is as an artist, and I wouldn't even put myself in the same category as an actor.

Being a romantic.

I am a hopeless romantic and I love to spoil my girlfriends.