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James Stewart Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

James Stewart Quick Info
Height 6 ft 3 in
Weight 83 kg
Date of Birth May 20, 1908
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Date of Death July 2, 1997

James Stewart was an American actor and military officer who is hailed as one of the most prominent actors in film history who played a variety of critically acclaimed characters in several films like The Philadelphia StoryIt’s a Wonderful LifeThe Glenn Miller StoryAnatomy of a MurderMr. Smith Goes to Washington, Two Rode Together, Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation, Vertigo, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, and Harvey.

Born Name

James Maitland Stewart

Nick Name

Jimmy Stewart, Jim Stewart

James Stewart as seen in a publicity photo
James Stewart as seen in a publicity photo (Studio Publicity Still / doctormacro.com / Public Domain)

Age

He was born on May 20, 1908.

Died

He passed away on July 2, 1997, at the age of 89 after suffering from a pulmonary embolism in Beverly Hills, California, United States.

Resting Place

Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, Los Angeles County, California, United States

Sun Sign

Taurus

Born Place

Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States

Nationality

American

Education

James Stewart studied attended Mercersburg Academy and Princeton University.

Occupation

Actor, Military Officer, Pilot

Family

  • Father – Alexander Maitland Stewart (Ran the J.M. Stewart and Company Hardware Store; 1872-1961)
  • Mother – Elizabeth Ruth (née Jackson) (Pianist; 1874-1953)
  • Siblings – Mary Wilson (Younger Sister; 1912-1977), Virginia Kelly (Younger Sister; 1914-1972)

Build

Slim

From Left to Right - Robert Young, Tom Brown, and James Stewart as seen in the American drama-sport film 'Navy Blue and Gold'
From Left to Right – Robert Young, Tom Brown, and James Stewart as seen in the American drama-sport film ‘Navy Blue and Gold’ (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer / eBay / Public Domain)

Height

6 ft 3 in or 190.5 cm

Weight

83 kg or 183 lbs

Girlfriend / Spouse

James Stewart had dated –

  1. Yvonne De Carlo
  2. Janet Gaynor
  3. Phyllis Brooks
  4. Sonja Henie
  5. Norma Shearer
  6. Kay Aldridge
  7. Dinah Shore
  8. Hedy Lamarr
  9. Carole Lombard
  10. Virginia Bruce
  11. Lynn Remar
  12. Simone Simon
  13. Mitzi Green
  14. Barbara Stanwyck
  15. Ilona Massey
  16. Olivia de Havilland
  17. Shirley Ross
  18. Margaret Sullavan (1932-1933)
  19. Jean Harlow (1935-1936)
  20. Wendy Barrie (1936)
  21. Eleanor Powell (1936)
  22. Katharine Hepburn (1938-1939)
  23. Joan Crawford (1938)
  24. Loretta Young (1939)
  25. Mary Beth Hughes (1939)
  26. Claudette Colbert (1939)
  27. Marlene Dietrich (1939)
  28. Rita Hayworth (1939) – Rumor
  29. Rosalind Russell (1940)
  30. Lana Turner (1940-1941)
  31. Ginger Rogers (1941)
  32. Dolores Moran (1943)
  33. Martha Vickers (1945)
  34. Anita Colby (1945-1948)
  35. Dorothy Lamour (1947-1948)
  36. Ellen Ross (1947)
  37. Dorothy Ford (1947)
  38. Joan Fontaine (1948)
  39. Myrna Dell (1948)
  40. Gloria Hatrick McLean (1948-1994) – He married actress and model, Gloria Hatrick McLean, on August 9, 1949, and they were blessed with twin daughters, Judy and Kelly, on May 7, 1951. He also adopted Gloria’s 2 sons from her previous marriage. The duo remained together until Gloria’s death in 1994.

Race / Ethnicity

White

James Stewart had Scots-Irish/Northern Irish, Scottish, Irish, and English roots.

Hair Color

Dark Brown (Natural)

With the passage of time, his hair had turned gray and then white.

Eye Color

Blue

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Distinctive Features

  • Towering height
  • Soft-spoken and polite demeanor

Brand Endorsements

He had done endorsement work for Firestone TiresCampbell’s Soup, etc.

James Stewart as seen with Katharine Hepburn in 'The Philadelphia Story'
James Stewart as seen with Katharine Hepburn in ‘The Philadelphia Story’ (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studio / doctormacro.com / Public Domain)

James Stewart’s Favorite Things

  • Film Of His OwnIt’s a Wonderful Life (1946)

SourceIMDb

James Stewart’s Facts

  1. He was diagnosed with PTSD.
  2. In 1983, he underwent surgery for skin cancer.
  3. James Stewart was ranked #10 in “The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time” list issued by Empire (UK) magazine in October 1997.
  4. Since he remained unmarried even in his early 40s, he was called “The Great American Bachelor” by the media.
  5. In October 1940, he was drafted into the United States Army. However, in his first attempt, he was rejected as he was underweight.
  6. He also received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 1708 Vine Street.
  7. An award was also started in his memory in 1999 titled “The Jimmy Stewart Memorial Crystal Heart Award” which is given to best student filmmakers.
  8. Even an airport in Pennsylvania was also named in his honor – Indiana County-Jimmy Stewart Airport.

Featured Image by Studio Publicity Still / doctormacro.com / Public Domain

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22 COMMENTS

    • It looked like he had salt and pepper hair. As he got to be middle aged. As he got older his hair turned more of a gray color. Visible white strands were seen also.

    • Hi Warren

      We mention ‘Slim’ to someone who is normal weight, ‘Average’ to those ones who are a little overweight, and ‘Large’ are those who are obese/highly overweight.

  1. I remember watching him in a movie and he was 6’3″ (190.5 cm) and 84 kg (185 pounds) in weight. According to a 1997 report he was 75 inches and 84 kg.

    Here is the statement: “The stats say 190.5 cm.” He averaged under 6’4″ and above 6’2″. Clearly 6’3″ and 84 kg (185 pounds) His weight should clearly be updated.

  2. He was the same height as Gary Cooper.
    James Stewart: 6’3″
    Gary Cooper: 6’3″
    Gregory Peck: 6’2 1/2″
    John Wayne: 6’4″
    Clint Eastwood: 6’4″
    Clark Gable: 6’0 1/2″
    Cary Grant: 6’0 1/2″
    Humphrey Bogart: 5’8″
    Henry Fonda: 6’1″
    Lee Marvin: 6’1″

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