During his adult life, Elvis Presley's weight fluctuated between 160 pounds at his lightest and 270 pounds at his heaviest. The rock and roll legend's weight was highest at the time of his death in 1977.
When Elvis Presley rose to international fame in the 1950s, his image was one of youth and vitality. Presley was drafted into the army in 1958 and spent two years in the military. The King weighed in at 160 pounds after his 1960 discharge, his lightest reported weight. During the later phase of his career in the 1970s, Presley famously put on weight, and upon his death, he was 270 pounds.