Patton Oswalt Height

What you want to worship above youth, I think, is beauty, and beauty is so beyond just appearances after a while. Because you can be with someone who's good-looking; if they open their mouth and they're an idiot, then they cease to be beautiful very quickly.

Famous actor, stand-up comedian, and writer, Patton Oswalt is perhaps best known for his role of Spence Olchin in the sitcom The King of Queens.

About Patton Oswat's Real Height

Everyone knows that Patton Oswalt is short, but how short exactly?

Well, some websites list his height as high as 5 feet 7 inches and others as low as 5 ft 3 in.

While Patton himself on one of his televised performances, made a joke about his height:

It's the attack of the five-foot-five guy!

Who to believe here? Well, believe us. We took a careful and hard look at Patton Oswalt and now think his 5’3” listings make a lot of sense after all.

The real height of Paton Oswalt is

5 ft 3½ in (161.3 cm)

Patton Oswalt standing with wife Meredith Salenger and Charlize Theron
Patton Oswalt standing with his wife Meredith Salenger and Charlize Theron (5 ft 10 in)

Here are some more Patton Oswalt quotes.

On Good vs. evil.

So when you spot violence, or bigotry, intolerance or fear, or just garden-variety misogyny, hatred, or ignorance, just look it in the eye and think, 'The good outnumber you, and we always will.'

A better guide.

The idea of, 'The journey is the destination' is put into action by browsing in an indie record store. Besides, a human being is a much better guide than a 'More Like This' link on the internet.

Who he really is.

I fantasize and idealize myself as Bugs Bunny, but I know deep down I'm Daffy Duck.

On being an atheist.

I'm still very much an atheist, except that I don't necessarily see religion as being a bad thing. So, that's a weird thing that I'm struggling with that seems to be offending both atheists and people that are religious.

What happens when you hit a...

If you hit a midget on the head with a stick, he turns into 40 gold coins.

[Btw, who is this midget in question?]

On ugly dudes who get gorgeous women.

A lot of ugly funny dudes end up with some pretty gorgeous women. Women are much deeper than us in choosing a mate - they see in the long term.

The majority of art.

90% of every art form is garbage - dance and stand-up, painting, and music. Focus on the 10% that's good, suck it up, and drive on.

Being honest with yourself.

You have to be ruthless with yourself, in terms of being honest about what is working and what is not.

On expanding his horizons.

I want to experience as many different tastes, sights, emotions, conflicts, and cultures as possible so that I can expand the canvas of my memory and enrich my comedy.

When exactly the meal is over?

Meal isn't over when I'm full. Meal's over when I hate myself.

If we were all evil.

We would not be here if humanity were inherently evil. We'd have eaten ourselves alive long ago.

Knowing comedy.

Knowing comedy is knowing human nature.

Becoming a professional.

You can be an amateur and have a passion for something, but it takes a long time to actually become a professional, meaning that you can handle any situation.

On irrational arguments.

I've had some pretty good arguments with people, but I've never regretted it. I've had people come up where it's all emotion and no fact. That's always sad.

On mean people.

Growing up there are always those kids who are only happy when they are making someone else upset. That is unfortunately just how some people are. Some people are just born with bad wiring.

The romance novel bubbling inside him.

I had a romance novel inside me, but I paid three sailors to beat it out if me with steel pipes.