Chuck Norris


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March 10, 1940
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Chuck Norris Bio

Chuck Norris is an American actor, producer and screenwriter. He was born Carlos Ray Norris on the 10th of March, 1940. Norris has a Military career, serving in the United States Air Force, and he also has a martial art training, earning black belts in several disciplines like Tang Soo Do. In 1967, Norris was declared champion at the S. Henry Cho’s All-American Karate Championship at the Madison Square Garden. He started his acting career in 1972, when he played Bruce Lee’s nemesis in the cult movie “Way of the Dragon”. The film was a huge success and it fuelled Norris career, who went on to star several other movies. He played alongside Lo Wei, in “Yellow Face Tiger” and he starred “Breaker! Breaker!” in 1977. The following year, he starred in “Good Guys Wear Black” directed by Ted Post. From there on, Chuck Norris became an action movie star, playing in over 20 movies such as “The President’s Man”, “Forced Vengeance”, “Walker: Texas Ranger”, among many others. In 1999, Norris was welcomed into the Martial Arts History Museum’s Hall of Fame.

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