Mike Norris (actor)
Michael R. Norris (born October 4, 1962) is an American actor who has acted in over two dozen films. He is the son of the actor and martial arts champion Chuck Norris and his first wife, Dianne Holechek. He starred in the 1986 drama film Born American and the 1991 action film Delta Force 3: The Killing Game. He also directed and starred in the 2009 Christian film Birdie & Bogey.
Michael R. Norris
October 4, 1962
|Relatives||Eric Norris (brother)|
Norris and his wife own 2nd Fiddle Entertainment, a movie studio. Through 2nd Fiddle Entertainment Norris has written produced and directed the films Birdie & Bogey, Maggie's Passage and I Am Gabriel.
Norris and his brother Eric are the two sons of the union of actor Chuck Norris and Dianne Holecheck. Through his father, Norris is the nephew of Aaron Norris, the godson of Gena Norris, has a half brother and two half sisters.
On May 23, 1992, Norris married his wife Valerie. They have three children: Hannah (born 1995), and twins Max and Greta (born in 2000).
|1979||A Force of One||Pizza Skateboarder||first film|
|1980||The Octagon||Scott at Eighteen|
|Final Cut||Bar Patron|
|1986||Born American||Savoy||First Lead|
|1987||Survival Game||Michael 'Mike' Hawkins||Lead|
|1991||Delta Force 3: The Killing Game||Greg||Lead|
|1992||Death Ring||Matt Collins||Lead|
|1993||The Beverly Hillbillies||Dancer|
|1995||Ripper Man||Mike Lazo||Lead|
|1996||Carnival of Wolves||Bob||Lead|
|Dragon Fury II||Molech||Lead|
|1998||Prime Time Comedy||Various Characters||TV Movie|
|1999||Delta Force One: The Lost Patrol||Sgt. Mike Morton|
|2001||The Rage Within||Billy Rians||Lead|
|2003||Bells of Innocence||Jux Jonas||Lead|
|To Live Is To Die||Student|
|2004||Six: The Mark Unleashed||Mutant||(uncredited)|
|Trip In A Summer Dress||Willy||short|
|Birdie and Bogey||Danny O'Conner||Lead|
|2005||Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial by Fire||Delta Vee Security|
|A Greater Yes: The Story of Amy Newhouse||Kevin|
|2012||I Am... Gabriel||Chad Smith||also director|
|2017||Saving the Tin Man||Steve Zagano|
|2019||The Crossroads of Hunter Wilde||Hunter Wilde||also director|
- Black Belt - Google Books. October 1995. Retrieved 2011-07-29.
- "Chuck Norris' Son Stars in Karate-Less Capture". The Los Angeles Times. 1988-05-21. Retrieved 2010-08-23.
- "About Us - 2nd Fiddle Entertainment". 2nd Fiddle Entertainment. Archived from the original on 9 August 2011. Retrieved 29 July 2011.
- "Birdie and Bogey - 2nd Fiddle Entertainment". 2nd Fiddle Entertainment. Archived from the original on 4 July 2011. Retrieved 29 July 2011.
- "Maggie's Passage - 2nd Fiddle Entertainment". 2nd Fiddle Entertainment. Archived from the original on 14 July 2011. Retrieved 29 July 2011.
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