The South African actor, Charlize Theron (5’10’’) said, “I’m 5’10’’. I have really bad posture, and my head is always down.” Another time, she joked, “If they ever do my life story, whoever plays me needs lots of hair color and high heels.”

Nicole Kidman (5’10.5’’) said, “Most tall women stoop to look smaller. I learned early on to be totally self-assured about my height… I’m 5-foot-10. When I see a guy going out with a taller girl, I immediately like him.”

Singer Taylor Swift (5’11’’) said, “I’m 5’11’’, so when I wear heels, it’s definitely a really good view that I have. I’m like 6’2’’ when I wear heels, so I tend to wear cowboy boots a lot.”

English actor Tilda Swinton (6’) known for her diverse roles said, “I’m very often referred to as ‘Sir’ in elevators and such. I think it has to do with being this tall and not wearing much lipstick. I think people just can’t imagine I’d be a woman if I look like this.”

Uma Thurman (6’) sharing about feeling awkward in childhood said, “I was not particularly bright, I wasn’t very athletic, I was a little too tall, odd, funny looking, I was just really weird as a kid.”

Brooke Shields (6’) when commenting on her biggest passion said, “Shoes! And the higher the better, even though I’m six feet tall. I don’t care how tall I am, or the concussion I probably will get when I walk through the door.”

Even celebrities feel the pain of trying to find clothes that actually fit when you are tall. Jane Lynch (6’) said, “I don’t wear particular designers. I wear whoever fits me well.”

Geena Davis (6’) shared, “A couple of years ago, I said to hell with it… my career is working. I’ll admit I’m six feet tall. Now I’ve noticed the press saying I’m 6-foot-2. I’m growing. In a few years I’ll be 6’4’’!”

Famke Janssen (5’11’’), well-known for her roles in the X-Men Films, said, “I feel like a mutant all the time. I mean, I’m a Dutch person in America. I’m 5-foot-11!”

Sigourney Weaver (5’11’’) shares the advice, “Being tall has a major impact. It takes courage to be as big as you are – to live up to it and not be intimidated by the graceful, tiny people.”

The beloved chef, Julia Child (6’2’’) shares, “Being tall is an advantage, especially in business. People will always remember you. And if you’re in a crowd, you’ll always have some clean air to breathe.”

Tennis player Venus Williams (6’1’’) said, “Sometimes women who are taller aren’t comfortable with it, but I love being tall!”

Known for her roles in Game of Thrones and Star Wars, Gwendoline Christie (6’3’’) shares, “My parents treated my height as a wonderful thing to be celebrated, but also normal. I love being tall, as you literally look at life from a different perspective: it’s easier to breeze through life’s turmoils.”

Russian tennis player, Maria Sharapova (6’2’’) said, “I think it’s so cool to be tall. Even when I’m not wearing heels, people tell me I’m tall and I always take it as a compliment. The good thing is I can always see everybody in the room.