Kristen Johnston Height

And to be different is great. You don't want to be the same.

American actress, Kristen Johnston is known for her role as Sally Solomon in the TV series “3rd Rock from the Sun”. She has also appeared in movies like “Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me”, “The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas”, “Ice Age”, “Music and Lyrics”, and many more.

About Kristen Johnston's Real Height

Kristen Johnston is the type of woman who makes men look short – which is kind of nice for a change in our humble opinion.

Kristen once mentioned her height on Twitter as:

I'm 6 feet exactly. Have been since I was 12.

Oh boy, we are sure she must have had her share of tauntings because of that in school, including being called Godzilla. Here is what Kristen has to say about being tall in school:

I was a full foot taller than any child my age.

Here is what Kristen has to say about being tall in general.

When you're that tall, people talk about it all the time.

But being tall has not only downsides, as Kristen later realized:

It was only when I moved to New York that I realized tall is good.

Anyway, from what we have seen of Kristen Johnston, we think she easily looks 6 feet tall.

Some famous female celebrities who are as tall as Kristen Johnson are Ireland Baldwin, Leslie Jones, Brigitte Nielsen, etc.

The real height of Kristen Johnston is

6 ft (183 cm)

Kristen Johnston standing with Ariana Grande and Charlize Theron
Kristen Johnston standing with Ariana Grande and Charlize Theron

Here are some excellent Kristen Johnston quotes

I don't consider myself a goody-goody, but I like to be perceived as classy.

Being an addict.

It's a very lonely place, being an addict.

Who she was...

I was such a dork. I was too big. I was really gangly.

Being funny.

I'd so much rather people think I was funny than pretty.

Her desire.

I want to play a Disney villainess so badly.

Being tall.

I am, uh ... a 6-foot-tall woman, I feel like I'm a healthy size, I'm not anorexic; and I feel that people who aren't anorexic are punished ... for not being anorexic.

On faux fur.

In some roles I have to wear fur, and I always make sure it's fake, like in Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me. Faux fur is great because it shows people that faux can look fabulous.

Being in a woman's body.

May I say, if you were suddenly put into a woman's body, wouldn't you be slightly interested in your breasts, and why people look at certain parts of you, and why certain parts move like they do?

On addiction.

Yes, creative people are more prone to addiction or addictive behavior. But, equally as prone is your mailman, your mother, your brother, your friend, the guy who does your banking. It's everywhere. The thing that happens in the press sometimes is Whitney Houston. She was just an addict. Just like your uncle Steve.

Lies and secrecy.

I think it became blurry because I grew up in a very private family. I mixed privacy and secrecy up somewhere along the line. Everything became a secret, and I thought that was how you should live. Lying about everything. The mask I put on as a kid to survive was the funny lady. Then the funny person all of a sudden became harder to do without substances. Substances let me keep the mask on longer. Until it doesn't work anymore and you're just a mess.

How she survived.

My fantasy life made me survivor. One day I knew that me, this skinny, ugly girl who was only invited to slumber parties when they were forced to - someday I knew I would be someone. That was my driving goal. It wasn't to be famous. I didn't want furs and signing autographs, I didn't care about any of that. I wanted to be someone other than myself.