King of the Hill Characters’ Ages and Heights


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Henry “Hank” Rutherford Hill456’2
Margaret “Peggy” Platter Hill445’7
vRobert Jeffery “Bobby” Hill134’11
Jeffrey Dexter “Jeff” Boomhauer III45 6’0
William Fontaine “Bill” Delatour Dauterive45 5’8
Dale Alvin Gribble425’10
Luanne Leanne Platter Kleinschmidt215’4


A lot of the information was derived from the wiki made by the fandom, so, special thanks to The King of the Hill Fandom.

Henry “Hank” Rutherford Hill is one of the main characters in the show. He is the husband of Peggy and the father of Bobby. According to his character wiki, he is a 45-year old man who stands at a height of 6 ft and 2 in.

Margaret “Peggy” Platter Hill is Hank’s wife and Bobby’s mother. On the wiki, she was described as a 44-year-old woman with an average frame and a height of 5 ft and 7 in.

Robert Jeffery “Bobby” Hill is a child main character. As stated on the wiki, he was 11 when he first appeared on the show, 12 in Shins of the Father, and 13 as of I Don’t Want To Wait. His height was revealed to be 4 ft and 11 in.

Jeffrey Dexter “Jeff” Boomhauer III is known as the Texas Ranger. He is friends with Dale, Bill, and Hank. According to the wiki, he is 45 years-old and is taller than the first two friends but shorter than the latter, having a height of 6 ft.

William Fontaine “Bill” Delatour Dauterive has the features of an overweight person. He is a 45-year-old man who stands at a height of 5 ft and 8 in, as revealed on his character wiki. According to Wikipedia, he was named after the executive producer and writer, Jim Dauterive.

Luanne Leanne Platter Kleinschmidt is the daughter of Peggy’s twin brother and his former wife, Leanne. She was described as a religious character. Both her height and age were derived from her character wiki.

Dale Alvin Gribble is the troublesome friend of Hank that sometimes appears to be the protagonist. His age and height were both taken from the wiki.


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