Henry Golding’s Body Measurements Including Height, Weight, Shoe Size

Henry Golding Height Weight Body Statistics

Biography

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

Originally born in Malaysia, Henry Golding moved to England at the age of eight. There, he completed his schooling and then briefly worked as a hairdresser before deciding to move back to Malaysia aged 21 with ambitions of pursuing an on-screen career. Her first stint in the entertainment industry came as a host of the short variety show, The 8TV Quickie. From there on, Henry continued his struggle and over the next few years, managed to build an impressive hosting portfolio. Despite plenty of success as a host, Golding still desired to pursue an acting career and that wish eventually became a reality in 2017. Following a global casting call, Henry Golding landed the male lead role in the romantic comedy-drama film Crazy Rich Asians. After being released in 2018, the movie turned out to be an international blockbuster and that massive success turned Henry into a household name as well.

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.

Height186 cm, 6′ 1¼”
Weight79 kg, 174 pounds
Shoe Size (US)11
Body ShapeSlim

Quotes

It was quite strange that people were saying I wasn’t Asian enough. It’s like, ‘Oh, you’re not Asian enough to play an Asian role.’ So what does that mean for people who come from mixed heritage? I grew up in Asia; I’m Malaysian.

The one thing that I learned very young was to own my identity. And, I knew, I’m Asian through and through. There’s nothing I needed to prove.

You could say mixed-race Eurasians have the exact same struggles as a character like Rachel Chu has had: not feeling at home in supposedly their motherland; not being white enough; not being Asian enough.

You can have Asians being leading men that are sex symbols. You can have leading women powering through.

A lot of people say, ‘I gotta win my awards.’ I just wanna make great movies.

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