Larry Hagman Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Larry Hagman Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Biography

Larry Hagman has beautiful feet. Below is all you want to know about Larry Hagman’s body measurements, and more!

Larry Hagman was a film and television actor, best remembered by the public for his role as befuddled astronaut Major Anthony “Tony” Nelson in the 1960s sitcom, I Dream of Jeannie, and the evil oil baron J.R. Ewing on the primetime drama Dallas. He had his film debut in the 1964 film Ensign Pulver, which featured a young Jack Nicholson. His other television credit included Getting Away from It All, Sidekicks, Intimate Strangers, The Return of the World’s Greatest Detective, Checkered Flag or Crash, and A Howling in the Woods, and in the films The Eagle Has Landed, Superman, The Group, Fail-Safe, Harry and Tonto, Mother, Jugs & Speed, S.O.B., Nixon, and Primary Colors. He was born Larry Martin Hagman on September 21, 1931 in Fort Worth, Texas to Mary Martin and Benjamin Jackson Hagman. His mother was an actress and his father was an accountant and lawyer who used to work as a district attorney. He married Maj Axelsson in 1954, and they had two children: a daughter Heidi Kristina in 1958, and a son Preston in 1962.

Body Measurements Table

All body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

Body shape:Unknown
Dress size (US):Unknown
Breasts-Waist-Hips: Unknown
Shoe size (US):Unknown
Bra size: Unknown
Cup size (US):Unknown
Height: 6′1″ (185 cm)
Weight: 165 pounds (75 kg)
Natural breasts or implants: Unknown

Quotes

My definition of a redundancy is an air-bag in a politician’s car.

Larry Hagman

Later on when it became a routine it was not as exciting I’ll admit that. The first three years were wonderful, the rest were just money making and having fun.

Larry Hagman

I’m not well versed on the verbiage of the internet.

Larry Hagman

I liked Dallas better because it was more deceptive, you could do more with it.

Larry Hagman

I never travel without my Stetson, but the more I wear it the more I realise that no one wears hats any more. When I was a kid everybody wore hats, especially in Texas, but I get off the plane in Dallas now and I’m the only guy with a hat. It’s amazing.

Larry Hagman

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