Gwendoline Christie says there are a lot of advantages to being tall.
The 'Game of Thrones' star, who is six foot three, thinks she gets served drinks quicker in bars and can take better seflies as a result of her impressive height.
The 36-year-old actress said: "You can get to the bar easier. You can catch the bar person's eye and mouth what you want, and by the time you're there you've got it. I'm like a human plow. I also have a selfie-stick arm. To get the same angle as I get with my selfie arm, you'd need a crane."
But the 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2' actress is very grateful for her success in Hollywood because she admits she used to find it more difficult to land roles away from the stage.
She told the November issue of Harper's Bazaar magazine: "It means there's a shift in our culture and our way of thinking about how women are perceived. People want to see a more diverse representation of women than the homogenized ones we've had so far.
"[It used to be] if you were taller than average, you couldn't act on screen. But you've got to hang in there because things change."
Gwendoline was recently asked to star in the Fall 2015 Vivienne Westwood campaign, but "almost collapsed on the spot" when she was also invited to attend her runway show in Paris.