Nick Kroll is 5 feet 9 inches (175 cm) tall. He is 45 years old. He is an American actor, comedian, writer, and producer, who is best known for his incredible work on the Comedy Central series Kroll Show, the FX/FXX comedy series The League, and the Netflix series Big Mouth, was born on June 5, 1978.
Since he came on the scene in 2004, the New York-born “laugh generator” has appeared in over 70 films and TV shows and has been nominated for the Denver Film Critics Society Award (For I Love You, Man) and People’s Choice Award (for Kroll Show).
There’s so much we could be telling you about the comedian, but today, we get personal. This piece walks you through Nick Kroll’s height and other important numbers you need to know.
What Is Nick Kroll’s Height?
Nick Kroll rocks an average build, stands 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 meters) tall and weighs 72 Kg. He has black hair and light green eyes. As of this writing, there are no details concerning his shoe size. Kroll’s age puts him about seven years younger than his former sweetheart; Amy Poehler who talked about her romantic relationship with Kroll in her memoir, Yes Please (2014)
How Old Is Nick Kroll?
Nick Kroll was born—Nicholas Jules Kroll—in New York State, on June 5, 1978, to parents Lynn and Jules Kroll. He is 45 years old. His father is a businessman who founded Kroll Inc; a corporate investigations firm which he later sold for over $1 billion. The last of four children, Kroll and his siblings—a brother, Jeremy, and two sisters, Vanessa and Dana—were raised in Rye, New York. Growing up, he attended the Solomon Schechter School of Westchester and then high school at Rye Country Day School.
As Kroll puts it, he attended The Mountain School in Vermont for a brief period and had formed a love for hiking. He then went to Georgetown University where he reportedly majored in history major and minored in art and Spanish, and graduated at 23 in 2001 already adept in media studies.
How Old was Nick When his Career Kicked Off?
Although Kroll began his career as a writer for Comedy Central’s Chappelle’s Show, he didn’t go full time into stand-up until 2004 when he was 26 years of age. In what some will call a gutsy move, Kroll started his stand-up comedy touring the United States and appearing on many comedy podcasts and radio programs.
By the following year, 2005, Kroll hit another milestone in his fledgling career, publishing his first book Bar Mitzvah Disco; A book he co-wrote with Roger Bennett and Jules Shell. The work was an instant success and became a bestseller.
The ensuing years would be many debuts for the American-Jewish comedian. In 2006, Kroll made his first Tv appearance with the show, Late Night with Conan O’Brien. The following year, he took up his first as a scriptwriter in 2007 for the MTV show, Human Giant. He won critical acclaim for playing the character, Fabrice Fabrice.
Although he was already an author and popular face, Kroll’s real big break came when he was cast in the ABC sitcom, Cavemen. Though Cavemen wasn’t a commercial success per se, Kroll’s character, Nick Hedge, sat so well with the audience so much so that the producers continued to hire Kroll for their subsequent ventures.
In 2009 at the age of 31, more hit shows like Reno 911! and The League followed. As his acting career progressed, Kroll soon delved into directing. His first project was the telefilm, Cavalcade of Personalities; starring Craig Baldo and John Mulaney.
After the Cavalcade came to the film, I Love You, Man, in which he starred alongside, Paul Rudd and Jason Segel. In 2010, Nick Kroll appeared in the comedy flick, Dinner for Schmucks. Acting, directing and writing aren’t the only paths Kroll has trodden. The Jewish-born has also lent his voice to several animated film projects.
Kroll voiced the character, Stu, in the series, The Life & Times of Tim. In the same year, he also voiced the character Andrew Le Gustambos in the series, Sit Down, Shut Up. And was Lem’s voice in the episode, Halloween of Horror on The Simpsons. Since 2017, Nick Kroll has worked as a co-creator, executive producer, writer and voice-over artist for the show, Big Mouth.