Michael B Jordan Height

My dreams are huge, man. I dream all day every day. Do I want to get into restaurants one day? Yeah! Do I want to get into hospitality and have my own hotels? Yeah, I do!

Famous actor and director, Michael B Jordan has appeared in many movies but perhaps he is best known for his roles as shooting victim Oscar Grant in the movie “Fruitvale Station”, boxer Donnie Creed in "Creed”, and Erik Killmonger in “Black Panther”.

About Michael B Jordan's Real Height

You can find Michael B Jordan’s height listed anywhere from 5 feet 10 inches to 6 feet on the internet. Michael’s height as questioned by one sour Twitter user was like this:

Michael B Jordan is a 5’9” adult man that loves anime & lives with his parents… y’all told me all of those things were unacceptable though.

Michael had no choice but to defend himself. He fired back:

First of all, I’m 6ft and they live with ME. Put some respeck on my name. LOL…aaaand goku & naruto are real ones.

We can't speak about Goku and Naruto but the thing is, we aren’t sure that Michael is really 6 feet tall...

Michael looks barely an inch taller than Jamie Foxx who is 5 feet 9½ inches tall. Michael also looks shorter than Chris Evans, who is really 6 feet tall.

After a few more such height comparisons, we think that sour Twitter user was up on something after all when he accused Michael of being only 5’9”.

The real height of Michael B Jordan is

5 ft 10½ in (179 cm)

Michael B Jordan standing with Snoop Dogg and Tom Cruise
Michael B Jordan standing with Snoop Dogg (6 ft 4 in) and Tom Cruise (almost 5 ft 8 in)

Here are some more sincere Michael B Jordan quotes

Taking what makes you stronger.

You borrow from the greats, and you make your own path without losing the core of who you are.

Trust your gut.

Sometimes you gotta go with your first instinct. You gotta go with your gut. That's kind of how I live my life, you gotta go with your gut.

On modern values.

I think that humanity is at an all-time low in how we value life, especially among young Black people. We just don't really value each other's lives.

On his legacy.

I want to leave something behind. A blueprint. A work ethic. Something that my great-grandkids and their kids and their kids can see: This is where it started. Lineage. Intergenerational wealth. Things that are here forever. All that.

My feelings don't care about your fact...

Sometimes you've gotta hide the medicine in the food. You can't slap somebody in the face with facts, all the time. It's too harsh.

Don't pretend...

Don't pretend to know everything. I've been blessed to work with a lot of veteran actors, and I soak up lessons from them like a sponge.

On his name.

Being named Michael Jordan - I think growing up playing sports and having a name like Michael Jordan - and I was extremely competitive - I used to get teased a lot. But it made me want to strive for greatness and be able to compete at whatever I decided to do.

The Arican-American experience.

It's the African-American experience. You've got to wear different masks. When you're in the hood, if you stand out, you get picked on for being weak. Sometimes you have to hide your intelligence. In front of your boys, you might put on a bit of bravado, be a little bit tougher.

On his roots.

I come from nothing. I come from sleeping in the kitchen with my family with the oven open to keep us warm during winter, you know? When you come from that background, all this extra stuff is just... extra stuff, you know?