Stephen Mangan’s Body Measurements Including Height, Weight, Shoe Size

Stephen Mangan Height Weight Body Statistics

Biography

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Stephen James Mangan is an English actor born on 16th May 1968. After graduating from Roal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA), Mangan started performing in plays by Shakespeare throughout the UK and West End between 1994 and 2000. Later on, he played the title role in The Norman Conquests which received critical acclaim and earned several Tony Award nominations, including one for Stephen himself. On television, Mangan’s breakthrough performance was as Adrian Mole in the BBC TV series Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years in 2001. Afterwards, he starred the BAFTA-winning sitcom Green Wing as Guy Secretan. Currently, Stephen is appearing in a comedy series, Episodes which has received positive reviews by critics. Along with television and theatre Mangan as well performed variety of roles in several films such as Super Tex, Beyond The Pole and Rush. As for his personal life, Stephen Mangan has been married to actress Louise Delamere since 2007. The couple has three sons together.

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.

Height182 cm, 6′ 0″
Weight77 kg, 170 pounds
Shoe Size (US)10.5
Body ShapeN/A

Quotes

When you’ve lost a loved one, you realise how grateful you are for any help in those moments, and any scheme that tries to help families during that terrible time gets my backing.

I don’t like to watch myself on screen because in my mind there is a touch of George Clooney about me, but when I see it, there is more than a little Donkey from ‘Shrek’ about me.

I’m a massive sucker for music documentaries.

I learnt a lot about how to negotiate the camera: everyone had told me an actor doesn’t really need to do anything on screen, but I realised that wasn’t true. If you do nothing, it’s boring.

When I was 13, I won a scholarship to boarding school. My parents let me choose whether to go, and I decided I wanted to. Afterwards, I went to Cambridge to study law – in a way, I was carrying the academic hopes of my family, as Mum and Dad left school at 14.

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