Some of the Tallest Actors in Holliwood

Very often the height represents a real handicap for some people, others instead have made their stature their workhorse. Many of the actors you find in this photo gallery have dressed or are still playing the role of evil characters or superheroes who need some grandeur to give greater credibility to the role. This is not the case with Max Tortora, the actor from I Cesaroni, who in the TV series plays a man who has grown only in height. Ours is not a ranking but only a list of the highest actors in Italian and international cinema: from the highest to the ‘least’ tall.

DOLPH LUNDGREN
The world of cymema is full of fascinating, attractive and even very tall actors. This is the case of Dolph Lundgren, the Swedish actor known to the public for playing Ivan Drago in Rocky IV, who with his height of 198 cm, is at the top of our ranking of the highest actors on the planet.

MAX TAUPE
The Roman actor Max Tortora, popular for the role of Ezio Masetti in the TV series I Cesaroni, is 197 cm tall.

STEVEN SEAGAL
Steven Seagal, the American actor accused of sexual violence by his former secretary, defends himself well with his 195 cm.

DWAYNE DOUGLAS JOHNSON
195 cm tall also for Dwayne Douglas Johnson, the American actor and wrestler known as The Rock. Famous for acting in films like Be Cool and Doom.

CHRISTOPHER LEE
Ditto for Christopher Lee, the British actor famous for having played the role of many evil characters, the Count of Dracula in the first place.

BUD SPENCER
193 cm in height for the legendary Bud Spencer, one of the most famous actors in the history of Italian cinema. Famous above all for the films played together with his colleague Terence Hill.

ALESSANDRO GASSMAN
Same height for Alessandro Gassman, who in a few weeks we will see on the big screen with Roman and his puppy.

TOM SELLECK
192 cm for Tom Selleck, the American actor and film producer, best known for his starring role in the successful television series Magnum, P.I.

DANIEL BERNHARDT
Only 190 cm, of course, so to speak, for the Swiss actor Daniel Bernhardt.

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