What’s the height and weight of this glorious actor? Edward Norton has a mesmerizing body, to be sure. Below is a list of all his known body measurements and more!
Edward Harrison Norton is an American actor and director born on 18th August 1969. He was interested in acting since his childhood. Edward attended Camp Pasquaney from 1981 to 1985, where he won the acting cup in 1984. Later on, he attended Yale University and began acting in university productions, complete graduation in 1991 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History. Norton made his film debut in 1996 from the film Primal Fear as Aaron Stampler. His performance in the film received mixed reviews and he won a Golden Globe Award and was also nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. Following that, Edward starred in the film American History X, which as well gained commercial success and fame. In coming years, he continued his journey of success and played various roles in numerous successful films such as Fight Club, 25th Hour, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) and Sausage Party.
In the 1990s, Norton was romantically linked to Salma Hayek and Courtney Love. He later began dating Canadian film producer Shauna Robertson, and proposed to her in 2011. They got married in 2012, and welcome a son together in 2013.
Body Measurements Statistics
All Edward Norton’s body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.
|Height:||6 Feet (183 cm)|
|Weight:||174 lbs (79 kg)|
|Natural breasts or implants:||—|
|Net Worth:||$300 Million|
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“My generation is having its midlife crisis in its 20s.”
“I never think that a film should answer questions for you. I think it should make you ask a lot of questions.”
“If I’m trying to put size on for a role, then I don’t do much running.”
“Look, you’ve got a generation of people coming along who are going to form their own new relationship with the idea of supporting the causes that they care about or changing the world. And these people are not going to do it the way our parents do it.”