Hunter March is familiar to many as he co-hosts E! News weeknight show Nightly Pop alongside Nina Parker and Morgan Stewart. While he is a staple on the late-night talk show, some are curious to know Hunter March’s height.

Who is Hunter March?

Hunter March is a presenter and host, best known for featuring on E! News’ late-night talkshow Nightly Pop alongside fellow hosts Nina Parker and Morgan Stewart.

He started his career interning for entertainment company AwesomenessTV and, during his time at the brand, became a notable face across its YouTube channels including Daily Report, where he shared the latest in pop culture and celebrity news.

March later branched into presenting as he became the host of Emoji riddle based gameshow Emogenius on Gameshow Network in 2017 and is now known for his role on Netflix’s competitive baking series, Sugar Rush.

The TV host also features alongside Paris Hilton each week on her podcast This is Paris. He announced he would be joining the reality star on her podcast earlier this year in February as he shared his excitement amid the upcoming project on Instagram.

At the time, he gushed: “2021 is starting off hawt. I’ll be joining @parishilton each week on @thisisparispodcast to talk about… well… Paris! Lol and everything else you guys want us to talk about. Go to the link in my bio to listen to the trailer and subscribe.”

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How tall is Hunter March?

As Hunter March is a regular on-screen on the weeknight talk show Nightly Pop, some have previously wondered about Hunter March’s height.

According to Bio Wiki March is said to be around 5ft 11in, although the presenter has previously joked about being taller on Twitter.

Taking to Twitter last year, March claimed he was 6ft 8in as he responded to a Tweet that linked to a profile on him written by Biography Mask.

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Who is his grandfather? Host’s family life explored

While Hunter March has become known on-screen, some may be surprised to hear he is not the only game show host in his family.

His late grandfather Hal March born, Harold Mendelson, presented the big-money quiz show The $64, 000 Question between 1955 and 1958.

Hal March was also an actor and comedian and was known for his roles across film and TV as well as one half of comedy duo Sweeney & March. In 1960, March was awarded a spot on the Hollywood walk of fame for his work across TV.

Hunter has previously featured sweet moments with his family on his Instagram and recently shared the moment he met his niece for the first time.

While jokingly flexing his muscles alongside his niece he captioned the snap: “Met my niece for the first time, such a special moment.”

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