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Billy Porter has an admirably shaped body. Below are all his body measurements, including height, weight, shoe size, dress size, bra size, and more!

Billy Porter is a renowned American entertainer who has done extensive work both as an actor and singer. His career as a performer initially began through Broadway theatre and after gaining early recognition with it, he launched his on-screen career in the mid-90s. Out of his pretty limited film and television work, Billy is probably best recognized by most audience for portraying the character of Pray Tell in the TV series, Pose. Outside acting, he is a well-established singer too and has released multiple solo albums till now. Now moving from his professional career to towards his personal life, Billy Porter is openly gay and has been married to Adam Smith since 2017.

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All Billy Porter’s body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

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Height: 5 Feet 8 Inches (175 cm)
Weight: 154 lbs (70 kg)
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Net Worth: $4 Million


“When you grow up in the church, the only translation in that insular world that people understand is preaching. You’re supposed to be a minister. So I was going down that path, and then I saw the Tonys.”

Billy Porter

“There’s this misconception that I’ve been turning down roles. It’s just not true. The reality is, there was nothing for me to do, nobody was calling, the phone wasn’t ringing.”

Billy Porter

“You can’t ever put yourself in a position where someone is requiring you to inhabit somebody else’s energy. You have to own your thing, or own it with very fiber of your being.”

Billy Porter

“I do ‘sissy with a heart of gold’ really well.”

Billy Porter

“If you gauge how you’re doing on whether somebody is responding vocally or not, you’re up a creek. You can’t do that; you kind of have to be inside of your work and play the scene. And tell the story every day. Tell the story. Tell the story. Regardless of how people are responding, I’m going to tell the story.”

Billy Porter