Hugh Grant’s Body Measurements Including Height, Weight, Shoe Size

Hugh Grant Height Weight Body Statistics


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

Hugh John Mungo Grant is an English actor and film producer born on 9th September 1960. He has earned BAFTA Award, Golden Globe Award and Honorary Cesar Award. In 1982, after making his debut in the Oxford-financed Privileged, Hugh dip into variety of jobs such as wrote book reviews and comedy sketches for TV shows and also worked as assistant groundsman at Fulham Football Club. During this time, Grant as well starred in theatre productions of plays like Coriolanus and An Inspector Calls. Eventually in 1987, Hugh earned his first leading role in the film Maurice. After performing balanced small roles on television and films Grant received mainstream success and critical acclaim from the 1994 film Four weddings and a Funeral. The film became blockbuster hit and bestowed him with his first Golden Globe Award. Later on, Hugh Grant starred in several successful films with variety of roles including Mickey Blue Eyes, Bridget Jones’s Diary, American Dreamz and Cloud Atlas. Outside of the entertainment industry, he has involved with several charities and also a patron of Fynvola Foundation and DIPEx Charity. As far as his personal life is concerned, Hugh Grant was in a relationship with actress Elizabeth Hurley but after 13 years together they ended p their relationship in 2000. After that, he dated Jemima Khan, Tinglan Hong and Anna Elisabet Eberstein.

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.

Height180 cm, 5′ 11″
Weight75 kg, 165 pounds
Shoe Size (US)10.5
Body ShapeN/A

Hugh Grant Net Worth

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If you do too much acting in a lead part in a feature film where you’re 40 ft. high, it’s rather unattractive. You can see the acting. And it’s actually the right thing to do to bring as much of yourself, I believe, to the part as you possibly can – to minimize the amount of theatrical stuff that you need to do.

Although I’m largely doing other things in life, it’s very nice occasionally to put my toe back in the waters of show business.

For a few years, I thought I was putting show business behind me. I was busy doing other things in life, particularly with politics. I was not out looking for films, really. I lost interest.

I quite like Pilates now. I have a Pilates girl in every city.

I cling to the fantasy that I could have done something more creative. Like actually writing a script, or writing a book. But the awful truth is that I… probably can’t!

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