Natasha Leggero Height

Love is telling someone their hair extensions are showing.

Actress and comedian, Natasha Leggero is known for her roles in movies such as “Let's Be Cops”, “Roast of James”, “The Do Over”, etc.

About Natasha Leggero's Real Height

There is only one way to put it – Natasha Leggero's legs are short. Just kidding, her body is surprisingly proportional for someone of her height.

The average height of women in the United States is nearly 5’4” and Natasha is almost half a foot below that.

Natasha’s height is listed anywhere from 4’9” to 5’1” on the web but the woman herself once mentioned her height as 4 feet 11 inches. So there is that.

The real height of Natasha Leggero is

4 ft 11 in (150 cm)

Natasha Leggero standing with Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift
Natasha Leggero standing with fun-sized Ariana Grande (5 ft ½ in) and big Taylor Swift (5 ft 9 in).

Here are some more Natasha Leggero quotes.

On James Franco.

James Franco, acting, teaching, directing, writing, producing, photography, soundtracks, editing - is there anything you can do?

On your ugliest friend.

Have you ever noticed that your ugliest friend is the most afraid of getting ruffied? It's like relax. YOU can take the coaster off your drink. There are at least three of us in line ahead of you.

On gangsta shit.

Your main contribution is spray painting your nickname on other people's things. And my cousin, who's a 'gangster', he's like, 'No, Tash, you don't understand; you throw a fat piece up there, that piece is yours.' I'm like, 'No one thinks you own Costco.'

Abs. vs. reading.

The more developed your abs, the less time you've spent reading.

On comedy.

Often when you are starting out in comedy, you will find that people will laugh at the things you didn't think were funny. It's important to pay attention also to what people are laughing at when you are just talking in regular conversation. Often that is when you are truly being yourself.

On college.

College seems like a pretty expensive way to become an alcoholic.

On Pop culture.

Pop culture, it's crazy. There's all this violence in video games. In 'Call of Duty,' people are literally just blowing other people up. Hey, let's protect your country from your couch while eating your sandwich.

The men's right of...

Guys should not be allowed to use the Internet all day long. So sad.

On actors.

You can always tell an actor by the bored look in their eye whenever someone else is talking.

On being glamour obsessed.

I always wanted so much glamour in my life, so I have always been obsessed with class, and from dating a few people who were from old money and a few from new money in my 20s, I just sort of became obsessed with this idea of clueless rich people.

On Martha Stewart.

All these rappers on stage and Martha Stewart has done the most jail time.

Bragging about...

Bragging that you had sex with a prostitute is like bragging that you got Doritos out of a vending machine.

On basic human instinct.

It's a human instinct to be known.

Crazy L.A.

In L.A., you tend to see a lot of people do very bizarre things. I love it.

On being lucky with comedy.

I was very lucky when I started doing comedy because I hadn't seen much stand-up. I just got up on stage and did it without thinking.