Bruno mars height feet – Peter Gene Hernandez, known professionally as Bruno Mars, is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, multi-instrumentalist, and dancer born on (born October 8, 1985) .
Peter Gene Hernandez
Date of Birth:
(born Oct 8, 1985)
(Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.)
Bruno’s Mars Biography
Peter Gene Hernandez, known professionally as Bruno Mars, is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, multi-instrumentalist, and dancer born on (born October 8, 1985) . Bruno’s Mars is known for his stage performances, retro showmanship, and for performing in a wide range of musical styles, including pop, R&B, funk, soul, reggae, hip hop, and rock.
Bruno Mars grew up in a very musical family. His father, Pete, was a Latin percussionist from Brooklyn, and his mother, Bernadette (“Bernie”), was a singer. Mars received his nickname, “Bruno,” while he was still a baby. “The name Bruno came from baby times,” older sister Jamie explained. “Bruno was always so confident, independent, really strong-willed and kind of a brute—hence the name Bruno—and it kind of just stuck.”
In Waikiki Beach, Mars’s family performed a Las Vegas-style revue that included Motown hits, doo-wop melodies and celebrity impersonations. Growing up around entertainers, Mars began picking up musical instruments from early childhood. “I’ve always had a drum set, a piano, a guitar … and never got trained to play. It was just always there,” he later recalled. “That’s just how I learned, just being surrounded by it my whole life.” At the age of 4, he joined the family musical act as an Elvis impersonator and quickly become one of the stars of the show. He continued to perform with his family throughout his childhood, and as he approached adolescence he added Michael Jackson to his impersonation repertoire.
Move to Los Angeles
Mars attended Roosevelt High School, where he and several friends formed a band, the School Boys, performing classic oldies hits alongside his family’s act at the Ilikai Hotel in Honolulu. Mars credits his fearless stage presence to his unusual childhood. “Performing from such a young age just got me so comfortable on stage,” he said. “Growing up performing—that was normal for me. Everyone in my family sings, plays instruments. It’s what we do.”
After graduating from high school, Mars decided to leave Hawaii for Los Angeles, California. Over his first few years in L.A., he struggled to make a breakthrough in the music industry. And especially because he had performed so frequently while growing up in Honolulu, Mars grew frustrated with waiting for his career to move forward. It was during this period that Mars first turned to songwriting. “I only started writing songs when I moved up to L.A. because when I was in Hawaii, I never really needed to,” he recalled. “But it stemmed from just learning that you have to do everything by yourself. It’s not like what you see in movies, where you walk into a record company and you’re given all these great songs to sing. You have to write the song the world is going to want to hear and play it over and over again. I learned that the hard way here in L.A.”
Bruno’s Mars Career Breakthrough
A friend introduced Mars to songwriter Phillip Lawrence, who agreed to help Mars compose material. They presented a song they had written and recorded to a record label, who liked it but wanted one of their own artists to perform it. Mars recalled, “We were so broke and struggling, we had to do what we had to do, so we ended up selling the song.” Initially, Mars was disappointed, but it proved to be an awakening experience. “The light bulb went off,” he explained. “I decided to push the artist thing aside and get into the business this way. We can write songs and produce songs, so we just really focused our energy into writing for other artists. That’s how it all began.”
By the early 2000s, Mars had begun to find success by writing songs for several popular artists, including Flo Rida’s smash hit “Right ‘Round,” Brandy’s “Long Distance” and Travie McCoy’s “Billionaire.” Mars also produced and co-wrote K’Naan’s “Wavin’ Flag,” Coca-Cola’s theme song for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
After several years as one of the pop music industry’s premier songwriters, Mars finally broke out as a singer in his own right with the 2010 hit “Nothin’ on You.” The song was written for the Atlantic Records rapper B.o.B., but the record label decided to enlist Mars himself to croon the heartfelt chorus. The track proved an enormous hit, skyrocketing to No. 1 on the Billboard singles chart, and instantly transforming Bruno Mars from a behind-the-scenes composer into a pop performer.
BRUNO MARS HEIGHT AND WEIGHT
His height may be one of the reasons he loves collaborating with Cardi B.
Since she’s only 5’3, Mars can easily appear taller in their music videos. Bruno Mars is reportedly 5’5 or 163 cm. He weighs 148 lbs, or 67 kg.
HEIGHT OF BRUNO MARS, COMPARISONS
As mentioned, if you know Cardi B’s height, you can guess that Mars is a shorter guy. There is a famous photo of Bruno Mars and Taylor Swift at the MTV Video Music Awards where she towers over him.
Since Swift is 5’10 and wearing heels, the difference is their height is quite dramatic. It wasn’t the first time Mars was the shortest person in a shot though.
The man makes no secret of his very modest height. He is frequently the shortest person in photos with other celebrities.
WHO IS BRUNO MARS Girlfriend?
Bruno Mars has never been married. However, he is in a long-term relationship with Puerto Rican American model and actress Jessica Caban.
The two met in her hometown of NYC, when Mars noticed and approached her at a restaurant. Apparently, it was love at first sight.
Don’t be surprised if you’ve never heard of the pair. Mars is notoriously private about his romantic life. Caban rose to fame as the first winner of reality program Model Latina.
In 2014, she had a multi-episode arc as “Sonia” on Jane The Virgin. Caban is 5’4, only an inch shorter than her man. Mars and Caban have been a couple since 2011. They live together in a Hollywood Hills mansion with their Rottweiler, Geronimo.
BRUNO MARS’ PERSONAL STYLE
There is no doubt fashion plays a major role in Mars’ success. Like many celebrities, he uses fashion as an extension of his personal brand.
He has a signature look that’s a little bit retro, a little bit hip-hop, and a lot of fun. It’s easy to imagine his loud, look-at-me style.
Like his soaring vocals or draw-dropping dance moves, his outfits demand your attention. Bruno Mars’ looks often have the following elements:
Fedoras, baseball caps, or big hair
Retro influences (specifically 80s and 90s)
Very low necklines
Accessories (jewelry, belts, suspenders, sometimes all at once)
Sunglasses (even indoors)
Fur and Leather
The list of things Bruno Mars doesn’t wear is probably shorter. His go-to outfit formula seems to be a very low scoop neck tee under a jacket, worn with a pair of jeans and fresh sneakers, accessorized with multiple chains, topped off with a hat and sunglasses.
Bruno Mars does a few things with fashion that give him the illusion of greater height. Let’s start at the top and work our way down.
First, he normally wears a hat that is perched slightly above his head. When he’s not wearing a hat, he teases out his hair to make it a little taller. Either of these tricks adds height.
Additionally, he favors very low neck lines. Some are so low he looks shirtless under his jackets. His scoop and v-neck styles give the optical illusion of elongating the body.
Finally, his clothes fit pretty well. Occasionally, he’ll go out in something loose-fitting, but none of it overwhelms his slight frame.
Proof that one doesn’t have to be tall to have it all, Bruno Mars’ style philosophy of “more is more” is obviously working out.
Bruno Mars Nationality
Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.
Bruno’s Mars Net Worth
How much is Bruno Mars Net Worth – Bruno Mars net worth and career earnings: Bruno Mars is an American singer-songwriter and record producer who has a net worth of $175 million.
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