Natalie Portman Height

how tall is natalie portmanHow tall is Natalie Portman?

She stands at just 5 feet 3 inches tall or 160cm

The stunning movie won an Oscar in the “Best Actress” category for her role in the blockbuster “Black Swan”.

Biography

Israel was the place where Natalie Portman was  birth. Natalie Portman portrayed an experienced ballerina in the movie Black Swan produced by Darren Aronofsky. That specific role made Kurt Loder a famous critic say: “Portman delivers certainly one of her greatest performances ever, and that is indicating something. ” In order to get ready for the character, she had six to seven hours involving dance exercising everyday for five months and thus shed 24 lbs. During 2011, the gifted actress received the Academy Award as well as the Golden Globe for “Best Actress”.

How tall is Natalie Portman? Natalie Portman height is 5’3″(160cm).

Natalie Portman Height Comparison

Here is Natalie walking on the beach with Christian Bale, who stands at 5’11” or 182cm. Clearly she is significantly shorter.

how tall is Natalie Portman

Here she is on the beach again with 5’11” Jake Gyllenhaal.  How tall is Natalie Portman? This picture clearly shows that Natalie is one short lady.

natalie portman height

4 comments

  1. i knew it ahahahaha and yes shes better than scarlett LOL! to be exact bro shes 5’2″ even read that article about her height. good actress but still i wish she was a bit taller than that even just 4 inch more AHAHAHAH!

  2. Natalie was on the Graham Norton Show last night. She referred to her height in saying that she makes anyone look tall… I think she needs a downgrade to just 5 foot 1 inch tall.

  3. More 5 ft 2 range, She makes Chris Hemsworth look 6’4″-6’5″ in Thor. Most beautiful Hollywood actress though IMO.

  4. She is a little bit taller than Scarlett Johansson, I say 5’2″ to 5’3″ is right for her height.

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