Check out Mike Colter’s shoe size and his other body measurements!
The American actor Mike Colter is probably best recognized by a wide portion of the audience for his role as Marvel’s Comics character “Luke Cage” in various Netflix series. The professional acting career of Mike began with a role in the 2004 hit film Million Dollar Baby and things kept getting better for him as the years passed by. The actor has continued to work in both film and television industries simultaneously, having done many highly successful projects over the years. Some of his notable film roles have been in Salt, Men In Black 3, and Girls Trip while his major TV credits include The Good Wife, Ringer, and Luke Cage. Moving towards the personal life of the actor, Mike Colter married Iva Colter in 2016 who is a second cousin of legendary actress Viola Davis.
Body Measurements Table
All body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.
|Height||191 cm, 6’ 1”|
|Weight||94 kg, 207 pounds|
|Shoe Size (US)||unknown|
"We are in a diversity age. I talk about the lack of diversity for black Americans, but what about the Asian Americans? You don't see them very often. They have a show called 'Fresh off the Boat.' No one is talking about that show. I saw it, and I found that show completely offensive, but I'm not Asian American."Mike Colter
"I pretty much spend most of my time in the gym bulking up and staying fit and putting muscle on so I can play the part of Luke Cage, but I've never been a gym rat."Mike Colter
"The big budget films have money to do things that are not necessarily essential but sure are comforting. The catering is usually much better. And you have way more of anything you could possibly need. You definitely get a trailer. My shirt and suit for 'Million Dollar Baby' were tailor made."Mike Colter
"I don't think Luke Cage as a superhero is something that has changed dramatically from the '70s to now. He's a black man going through the same thing as other people of colour - it's just that he has superpowers."Mike Colter
"New York City is a big city but a small city when it comes to theater."Mike Colter