Noah Schnapp’s Body Measurements Including Height, Weight, Shoe Size

Noah Schnapp Height Weight Body Statistics

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

Noah Schnapp is a film and television actor who first came to prominence through his role in the highly successful Netflix series, Stranger Things. Born to Mitchell and Karine Schnapp, he grew up with a twin sister named Chloe. He first developed the desire of becoming a professional actor after watching the Broadway musical “Annie” at the age of just five. Noah then began developing and refining his acting skills by participating in school plays. His first professional opportunity came in 2015 when he appeared in the hit film Bridge of Spies. In the subsequent year, Schnapp got the first breakthrough in his on-screen career after landing a role in the Netflix science fiction-horror series, Stranger Things. His character “Will Byers” had a recurring appearance in the first season but got promoted to the main cast in the second season. Since coming into the limelight with the huge success of Stranger Things, his acting career has begun taking off swiftly and he is now being seen as one of the most promising young talents of the industry. Alongside this, he has done a few voice acting gigs too and has starred in multiple music videos 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.

Height175 cm, 5′ 9″
Weight61 kg, 134 pounds
Shoe Size (US)6
Body ShapeSlim


I am still a normal kid, but when I’m walking on the street, there will be people who ask me to sign a poster or take a picture with them.

I was so excited to play Will. He goes into the Upside Down, and he has some pretty crazy experiences.

Like, shooting with adults is great, but being with kids my own age, it’s different.

Like, from my middle school dance… the boys were on one side, and the girls were on the other side, and we never interacted with each other.

I love using TikTok for comic relief.

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