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Ed Helms – All Body Measurements

Ed Helms Body Measurements

Biography - A Short Wiki

Ed Helms has a gorgeous body! All measurements are covered here!

Comedic actor who first gained recognition on The Daily Show, then went on to play the character Andy Bernard on the NBC series The Office. His film credits include The Hangover trilogy, Cedar Rapids and Vacation.

He studied sketch comedy with the Upright Citizen’s Brigade. He made his film debut in the 2004 film Blackballed: The Bobby Dukes Story, where he played Bunker McLaughlin.

He played the character James Carr in multiple episodes of the comedy series Arrested Development. He also voiced the Once-ler in the 2012 animated film The Lorax.

He has a brother named Chris. His father is John Helms and his mother is Pamela Parks.

He played the role of Stu in The Hangover films alongside Zach Galifianakis.

Body Measurements Table

Here is the body measurement information of Ed Helms. Check out all known statistics in the table below!

Height182 cm, 5′12″ (feet & inches)
WeightN/A
Shoe Size (US)N/A
Body ShapeN/A

Quotes

First there was the New Hampshire primary, and we had nearly a year leading up to it. And now, look! Three primaries in one weekend! How many of these things are they going to have?

Ed Helms

I try to explain to people that you get the roles that are right when they’re right. If you have a nerd character but you’re kind of a cool guy, you’re probably not going to get the nerd part. The nerd is going to get the nerd part. You know, someone like me.

Ed Helms

I feel like I’m worried about my later years in life because I feel like I’m using up so much good karma right now. There’s going to be some sort of karmic backlash somewhere down the road.

Ed Helms

You take a vacation to a place like Thailand and you’re ready for the excitement of something new and foreign. But when you’re working 14-hour days, all you want is something familiar to ground you. And there’s just nothing there.

Ed Helms

When you’re in New York City or Los Angeles, even if you’re not dealing with show business, there’s still this sense that it’s the center of the universe. And I think that’s a really dangerous, limiting mindset.

Ed Helms

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