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How tall is Olaf? Size of the snowman from Frozen


Olaf is the name of the snowman from the famous Disney film "The Ice Queen - Totally Unabashed" (English title "Frozen"). Many love the little guy for his character and sayings. Many also ask the question: How tall is Olaf actually? The answer is astounding and simple!

Size Olaf: How tall is the snowman from "Frozen"?

Olaf is around 76 cm tall (without branches on his head). In US metrics, Olaf is 2 feet 6 inches (2'6 ") tall. If the twigs on the head are included, Olaf is 94 cm tall (3 feet 1 inch; 3’1 ″)

Fans have calculated his size based on comparative values. The distance between the door knobs and the floor was taken as the starting point. Here fans assumed that the standard doorknob is about 91 cm from the floor.

In one scene, Anna is standing right in front of a door. Assuming the distance between the knob and the floor, Anna's height can be determined to be 152 cm. Since Anna stands next to other characters in other scenes, the height of the other characters can be calculated from the size ratio.

Size: Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Sven, Hans and Olaf

The height of the other character is:

  • Anna is 152 cm (5 feet 0 inches) tall.
  • Elsa is 162 cm (5 feet 4 inches) tall.
  • Hans is 5 feet 6 inches tall.
  • Kristoff is 177 cm (5 feet 1 inch) tall.
  • Olaf is 76 cm (2 feet 6 inches) tall.
  • Sven is 129 cm (4 feet 3 inches) tall.

But an Olaf as a cuddly toy can be bigger. There is an Olaf as a cuddly toy on Amazon, which is a proud 113 cm tall. (Link to the Olaf cuddly toy here *; * External link to Amazon and commission link).

Wrong size of Olaf the Snowman (Frozen)

Another indication is that Olaf should be 1.63 meters (163 cm) tall. (5 feet 4 inches; 5'4 "). If Olaf were so tall, Anna and Elsa would have the unbelievable height of around 3.4 meters. People don't get that big. Hence, claim that Olaf is 5 feet 4 inches tall is false. The origin of this claim is an incorrect entry in the Frozen Wiki. This entry has now been corrected. T

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