David Harbour’s Body Measurements Including Height, Weight, Shoe Size

David Harbour Height Weight Body Statistics

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David Harbour’s body measurements are all here! Check out his height, weight, shoe size and more!

David Harbour is an accomplished American actor widely recognized for starring in the internationally successful Netflix series, Stranger Things. After making his professional acting debut back in 1999, David first began gaining major recognition during the late-2000s when he played supporting roles in blockbuster movies like Quantum of Solace, State of Play, and Revolutionary Road. Since then, some of his other prominent performances have come in films like The Equalizer, Black Mass, and Hell Boy. Along with being a well-known film star, Harbour is enjoying a very successful run on over the television as well. After recurring roles in series like State of Affairs, The Newsroom, and Manhattan, David attained global stardom through his portrayal of Jim Hopper’s character in the Netflix series, Stranger Things. First aired in 2016, this science fiction horror series has earned huge success worldwide and proved to be the finest work of David’s on-screen acting career. Lastly, coming towards the personal life of the actor, he has dated actresses Maria Thayer and Julia Stiles in the past while in recent years, his name has been romantically linked with singers Lily Allen and Alison Sudol.

Body Measurements Table

All body measurements you might be interested in can be found in the table below. For example height, weight and dress size.

Height190 cm, 6′ 2¾”
Weight90 kg, 198 pounds
Shoe Size (US)unknown
Body ShapeAverage


I would like to see sexiness sort of embodied in people’s real bodies, as opposed to those bodies that are just full of narcissism.

I want to bring love handles and eating sandwiches back.

I can like Michael Keaton’s Batman, and I can like Christian Bale’s Batman.

One of the things I’ve been interested in my whole career is exploring masculinity and what it means to be a man. The sensitivity of a man, but also the violence and power that goes along with it.

I did a movie with Jamie Foxx that was kind of action, and, you know, Jim Hopper’s a little bit action; he does throw a good punch.

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