Tom Felton Height

Whatever life throws at me I'll take it and be grateful for it as well.

~ Tom Felton

Tom Felton has appeared in many movies like The Apparition, In Secret, Feed, etc. But perhaps he will always be known for portraying the beloved villain Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter film series.

About Tom Felton's Real Height

The main cast of male actors in the Harry Potter film series were all below average height -- Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, etc, except the Weasley twins though -- the Phelps twins are around 6 feet 3 inches tall. Interestingly, the Weasley twins were described as short and stocky in the books and Ron was the tall one.

Though Tom Felton is not that short at supposedly 5'9" (his height according to Google). Which is just a hair below the average height of men in the UK.

But is Draco really 5'9"? Well, he sure seemed to have a couple of inches on Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) Hermione Granger (Emma Watson), and even Ron Weasley (Rupert Grint).

Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint are 5 feet 4½ inches, 5 feet 5 inches, and 5 feet 7½ inches tall respectively, which makes Tom around 5'8½ ".

You might think half an inch is not a big deal and you would be right, but it is kind of a big deal to us.

The real height of Tom Felton is

5 ft 8½ in (174 cm)

Tom Felton posing in front of a height chart background
Tom Felton

Tom Felton is an intelligent person, here are some more of his quotes:

Tom Felton on his type of ladies.

I like the laid-back ladies. Looks are stressed so much these days, and a lot of girls feel they need to do all of these weird and wonderful things to look good, and they really don't. The best-looking girls don't do anything; they just sort of know they're beautiful, especially in jeans and a hoodie.

Tom Felton on knowledge.

Knowledge will not be acquired without pain and application. It is troublesome and deep, digging for pure waters; but when once you come to the spring, they rise up and meet you.

Tom on physics.

I like physics. I think it is the best science out of all three of them, because generally it's more useful. You learn about speed and velocity and time, and that's all clever stuff.