Toby Kebbell’s Body Measurements Including Height, Weight, Shoe Size

Toby Kebbell Height Weight Body Statistics


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

Tobias Alistair Patrick Kebbell is an English stage and film actor born on 9th July 1982. Toby received training in acting at the Central Junior Television Workshop in Nottingham and first came to notice when director Shane Meadows cast him in the role of Anthony in the film Dead Man’s Shoes. Later on, he starred in Oliver Stone’s Match Point and Alexander. In 2007, Kebbell earned critical acclaim as Rob Gretton in the film Control for which he won the Best Supporting Actor Award at the British Independent Film Awards. Following that, Toby took the lead in an episode BBC series The Street, which subsequently won the BAFTA for Best Drama series. Upcoming years brought more success to him and Kebbell worked in numerous successful films and television series including Wrath of the Titans, Fantastic Four, A Monster Calls and Gold. While when it comes to his personal life, Toby Kebbell was linked to British entrepreneur Ruzwana Bashir in 2009.

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″
Weight78 kg, 172 pounds
Shoe Size (US)unknown
Body ShapeN/A


When you’re lucky enough to pay your bills through acting, staying healthy and fit is part of the job.

When I first moved to London, I felt very homesick and yearned after the countryside a lot. Because London’s hard. It’s a big place, and it’s lonely. It takes a while to get into it. But once I got into the flow of it and started to grow up, I realised that my home is wherever I am.

I often find that people want to paint themselves one colour – like, ‘I’m the baddie’ – and they’ve always got this snarl on their face.

I’m not a leading man; I don’t think I’ve got the face of a leading man, and I don’t think, ever in my life, someone will cast me in the role of a leading man.

‘Prince of Persia’ just didn’t turn out to be what I thought it was going to be.

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