Nick Robinson’s Body Measurements Including Height, Weight, Shoe Size

Nick Robinson Height Weight Body Statistics


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

The American actor Nick Robinson started his professional career as a child through theater. He first earned recognition among the on-screen audience through his role as Ryder Scanlon in the television series Melissa & Joey. His fame through the series led Nick towards his first feature film lead role in the 2013 independent coming-of-age comedy-drama, The Kings of Summer. The big-screen career of Robinson took-off in 2015 when he starred in the blockbuster movie, Jurassic World. Since then, the actor has continued his successful run in the entertainment industry and made his position further stronger with prominent roles in hit films like The 5th Wave, Love, Simon, and Everything, Everything. Moving towards his off-camera life, the actor keeps most of his activities private but according to some media reports, Nick has had short-lived relationships with actresses Taylor Spreitler and Chloe Moretz but none of them have ever confirmed these claims.

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.

Height188 cm, 6’ 2”
Weight79 kg, 174 pounds
Shoe Size (US)unknown
Body ShapeN/A


Fifteen is such a weird age to be. Nobody treats you like an adult, but you desperately want to be one. You still have these childlike aspects, but you’re just kind of coming into the world.

I’d like to start trying different fields of work. I don’t want to be stuck in just comedy, and I’d be interested to try to break into the movie business because it’s so much different than television.

I don’t believe that people die and come back as spirits, but I think there might be some unexplained events.

Acting’s not particularly complicated. But the great thing is you can step into somebody else’s shoes without dealing with the consequences. It’s very therapeutic in that way.

I like seeing those 300-pound women that toss those discus. I just feel like they’re so scary. It freaks me out a little bit to know that there are women like that.

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