Date of birth: November 9, 1972 (Age 46)

Full name: Eric William Dane

Born place: San Francisco, California, USA

Height: 6’1” (185 cm)

Weight: 200 lbs (90kg)

Eric Dane's height, weight and body measurements

Eric Dane body measurements

Chest: 43” (109 cm)

Waist: 33” (84 cm)

Arms/Biceps: 16” (41 cm)

Shoe size: 10 (US) / 43 (EU)

Hair color: Fair

Eye color: Blue

Eric Dane's eyes and hair color


Eric Dane is a famous American actor who gained his popularity thanks to American television series in the 1990s and 2000s. To this day, Dane remains the favorite of all girls not only for his acting talents but also for the athletic and charming appearance.

Eric Dane first tried himself as an actor when he took part in the school play All My Sons. After that, he realized his main purpose in life and went to Los Angeles in 1993 to pursue a career. In the late 80s and until the mid-90s, he starred in the television series The Wonder Years, Married… With Children, Silk Stalkings, Roseanne; and appeared in movies Serving in Silence, Helter Skelter, The Basket and Feast.

Dane’s real acting debut came from the well-known TV series Gideon’s Crossing and Charmed at the beginning of the new millennium. The greatest popularity of the actor brought the role of Dr. Mark Sloan in the ABC medical drama television series Grey’s Anatomy in 2005. After significant success, Eric starred in popular movies Open Water 2, Sol Goode, X-Men: The Last Stand, Marley & Me, Valentine’s Day, Burlesque, The Last Ship and television film Wedding Wars.

Eric Dane was doing well in sports as a high school student. The boy was very active and played with his brother on the water polo team.

Eric Dane's height, weight and body measurements

Over time, Dane decided to link his life with acting, so he had to forget about his sports career. In addition, he once suffered a serious injury during sports classes and underwent a long rehabilitation. But now, Eric Dane is trying to maintain his physical form and leads an active lifestyle with his family.






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