Vince Vaughn Height

I think we all have a lot of different personas inside of ourselves. What happens in life is that most people get caught up in presenting one persona that they feel safest in.

American actor, screenwriter, singer, and comedian, Vince Vaughn is known for appearing in movies such as The Lost World: Jurassic Park, The Cell, Old School, Wedding Crashers, The Dilemma, The Watch, The Internship, etc.

About Vince Vaughn's Real Height

Vince is known for his height as well. He is super tall -- he always towers over his co-actors, even a tall actor like Jeff Goldblum who is in his prime was 6 feet 4½ inches tall.

Many websites on the internet list Vince's height at a stately 6 feet 5 inches -- which appears to be more or less the case, especially if you compare his height to that of some other tall people like Ben Affleck (6'2½"), Will Ferrell (6'3" in his prime), Snoop Dogg (6'4"), Jeff Goldblum (6'4½" in his prime), etc.

Vince Vaughn's height twin in Hollywood would be Tim Robbins, who is 6'5" as well.

Though it is possible that now in his 50s Vince Vaughn could have lost some height -- this is because he is very tall and taller people usually start to lose height faster than shorter people, as there is relatively more space between their vertebrae discs of the spine -- therefore much more room for compression.

The real height of Vince Vaughn is

6'5" or 195.6 cm

Vince Vaughn standing with The Rock and Tom Cruise
Vince Vaughn standing with The Rock, who is definitely not 6'5" (6'3' in his prime but a bit shorter now). Mean white Tom Cruise is 5'7¾".

Vince Vaughn has said some really interesting things in the past, here are a few of them.

On being scared.

Whenever you're scared of something, don't let that define you. We all feel it, but step up.

Worry about being liked.

You don't worry about being liked. You have to be yourself.

His fav book [sort of].

The last book I read was the book I've been rereading most of my life, The Fountainhead.

On rule #76.

Rule #76: No excuses. Play like a champion!

On relationships.

Relationships are a two-way street. Not a highway and a bike path.

Nobody is perfect.

I'm not perfect, but who are we kidding? Neither are you. And you wanna know what? I dig it!

On maple syrup.

I happen to know everything there is to know about maple syrup! I love maple syrup. I love maple syrup on pancakes. I love it on pizza. And I take maple syrup and put a little bit in my hair when I've had a rough week. What do you think holds it up, slick?

On the origin of his name.

My dad's name is Vernon and my mom liked the initials, V. V. My sisters and I got named Victoria, Valerie, and Vincent so we'd be V. V.'s, too. But, then when you start getting pets' names that start with a 'v,' it's a little embarrassing.

Being passionate about something.

It's nice when people are passionate about something, and it's always better when they let the subject tell the story, more so than when you can tell people are trying to get their own philosophy into it.

On peace and liberty.

The message of individual liberty and peace is contagious.

Being a bed wetter [amazing honesty].

I was a bed wetter till very late. My mom used to hang my sheets out the window to dry, and I'd have to run home from school in order to beat the other kids to my house so they wouldn't see them.

Not a car guy.

I've never been big on cars. When I first got to Hollywood, I bought a used car from Avis. I drove that until I almost had to pay someone to tow it away.

Being straightforward.

If I'm not interested in a woman, I'm straightforward. Right after sex, I usually say, 'I can't do this anymore. Thanks for coming over!'

Getting along with girls.

I was lucky I always got along with girls. It was never a big deal. I had a lot of girls that I was friends with that I wasn't sexual with. I think having two older sisters made me comfortable like that. I just like people, so I can just go up and say whatever.

On his father.

My father came from nothing, so he believed that people could do anything if they worked hard enough. I think he liked that I chose to be an actor. Both he and my mom were totally supportive.

On working conditions at Google.

I saw a '60 Minutes' piece on Google as a place to work. It was such a foreign concept from what I understood as a regular job. There's free food, sleeping pods, and Ping-Pong. I'm the kind of guy who likes to get involved in everything - I'd be all over the Ping-Pong.

On relationships.

When you're younger, you feel like work is work and relationships are supposed to be easy. As you get older, you realize you have to work on relationships to make them sustainable.

On Snoop Dogg.

I love Snoop. I worked with him on 'Old School,' and he's very accessible. He's very kind. He's always nice to everyone, to the crew. He's always got something positive to say. He's very childlike and loves to come and play. So, I had fun working with him.

The easy way to attract women.

If you've been on the covers of some magazines and been in a few movies that have been seen by people, for some reason, women seem to be drawn to you.

The sports he has played.

I played football. I wrestled. Those were team sports and I played for the school. When I was younger, I played kick the can and stuff like that. I loved that.

Not a fashion guy.

I was never a big fashion person, and so I'm sure I wore whatever. I was growing up, so I just wore whatever clothes that weren't that expensive and made sense at the time. But I'm sure that I look back and say, 'What was I thinking?' My adolescence was more in the '80s, and that's more my cross to bear.

On comedy.

If I'm saying a universal truth, but maybe it's something that people don't feel comfortable saying... It's a strange take, but at the same time, what you're hitting on is kind of right. You can relate. That's the heart of comedy. You have to have a point of view. You gotta commit. And the more you commit to it, sometimes the funnier it gets.

His approach to acting.

My approach as an actor has always been the same, in that the greatest gift that you're ever going to have is your imagination because you're not going to have all life experiences. So you draw on things that are sort of close to it but you spend your time expanding on it or drawing something specific on whatever your situation.