All About John Carpenter: Height, Weight, Bio, and More

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Bio

There’s something dazzling about John Carpenter and his body. All of the director’s known body measurements are summarized below!

John Carpenter is a film director from America who has made many films in his career. He has been associated with movies of different genres and has also worked as a composer, producer, screenwriter, editor, and musician. Some of his popular films are ‘Escape from New York,’ ‘Starman,’ ‘The Fog,’ ‘Big Trouble in Little China,’ ‘In the Mouth of Madness,’ and ‘They Live.’ Carpenter has also released albums.

He met actress Adrienne Barbeau on the set of his television movie Somebody’s Watching Me, and the two were married on January 1, 1979. They divorced five years later. In 1990, Carpenter married Sandy King. He has one son.

He was greatly influenced by the works of director Alfred Hitchcock.

Body Measurements Statistics

All John Carpenter’s body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

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Height:6 Feet (183 cm)
Weight:176 lbs (80 kg)
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Net Worth:$45 Million

Quotes

I can play just about any keyboard but I can’t read or write a note.

John Carpenter

What scares me is what scares you. We’re all afraid of the same things. That’s why horror is such a powerful genre. All you have to do is ask yourself what frightens you and you’ll know what frightens me.

John Carpenter

In England, I’m a horror movie director. In Germany, I’m a filmmaker. In the US, I’m a bum.

John Carpenter

I have two different categories of favorite films. One is the emotional favorites, which means these are generally films that I saw when I was a kid; anything you see in your formative years is more powerful, because it really stays with you forever. The second category is films that I saw while I was learning the craft of motion pictures.

John Carpenter

It’s a very good time for horror. This business certainly has changed, but there’s still room for serious horror films. Look at 28 Days Later, that’s not a tongue-in-cheek picture.

John Carpenter

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