Whether you’re a long-time Disney fan or just a casual moviegoer, you may have watched or heard about Elsa and Anna’s icy adventures in Frozen and Frozen II. If you have, perhaps you’ll agree that one of the films’ most memorable characters is Olaf the Snowman. Created by Elsa to represent her reconnecting to her childhood and emotional core, Olaf also serves as comic relief. Now, there are some speculations about Olaf’s height that lead to even funnier talks on the Internet, which might have also prompted you to ask: how tall is Olaf exactly? And while we’re at it, how about Elsa, Anna, and the others’ heights?

Olaf’s Height Has Never Officially Been Confirmed


Let us get this out of the way first. Olaf’s exact height has not been published in any official sources. Although the Frozen wiki previously listed his height as 5 ft 4 in (162.6 cm), this has never been confirmed. Indeed, the wiki no longer even gives this height.

Nevertheless, this unofficial height became a viral topic on the internet at one point. A popular Twitter post did the math and came to the conclusion that, if Olaf’s height was indeed 5 ft 4 in, then Elsa would be a whopping 11 feet 2 inches (340.36 cm). Indeed, for a while, the idea of Elsa being taller than the average person spread online. Reactions ranged from people being disappointed at being shorter than a snowman to wondering if Elsa and Anna were huge as kids.

Obviously, it is improbable that Olaf is that tall. Nevertheless, the thought of him being that tall, and the conclusion that Elsa and Anna were inhumanly tall, did provide the internet with some entertaining speculation fodder.

How Tall are Elsa and Anna?


Similarly, the exact heights of Elsa and Anna have never been officially confirmed by Disney itself. However, this has not stopped fans from having fun speculating.

As mentioned earlier, fans went crazy when they thought that Olaf was 5 ft 4 in. This made them think that Elsa and Anna had superhuman heights, even when they were children. Of course, it is more likely that Olaf was much shorter than that. This means that the two sisters would have more realistic heights.