Jack Gleeson: Height, Weight, Net Worth, Wiki, and More

Jack Gleeson


Jack Gleeson has an admirable body and is an inspiration to many. Being the star of the red carpet means people will be interested in the actor’s body measurements. Luckily we have summarized all body measurements below!

Jack Gleeson is an Irish actor widely known for starring in the highly successful television series, Game of Thrones. The professional acting career of his actually began through theatre while his on-screen debut came with an uncredited role in the 2002 film, Reign of Fire. He later had minor roles in films like Batman Begins, A Shine of Rainbows, and Shrooms as well. After these minor film roles, the big-break of Jack’s on-screen acting career came in 2011 when he landed the role of Joffrey Baratheon in the hit TV series, Game of Thrones. He continued to star in the series for its first four seasons and earned nominations for several prestigious awards through his highly acclaimed performance. Once his role on Game of Thrones ended in 2014, Gleeson announced his retirement from on-screen work in order to place his full-time attention towards theatre. Since doing so, he has been regularly starring in various plays and continues to gather praise for his work in all forms.

Gleeson resides in Dublin, and previously lived in London. He is a vocal advocate for repealing Ireland’s Eight Amendment, which criminalizes abortion.

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All Jack Gleeson’s body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

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Height:5 Feet 6 Inches (170 cm)
Weight:132 lbs (60 kg)
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Net Worth:$6 Million


Interviews are good if you want to be an actor because they raise your profile.

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The lifestyle that comes with being an actor in a successful TV show isn’t something I gravitate toward.

Jack Gleeson

I keep trying to define ‘poetry,’ but it’s so difficult.

Jack Gleeson

When you make a living from something, it changes your relationship with it.

Jack Gleeson

Having one’s image, and effectively, life, democratized, dehumanizes and sometimes objectifies it into an entertainment product. What sort of valuation of the ego would one have once you’ve let it been preyed upon by the public for years and years? Perhaps, it becomes truly just skin and bones.

Jack Gleeson