|Birth Day:||November 23, 1951|
|Birth Place:||Gardena, United States|
|#1||Wieland Clyde Norris||Brother||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|#2||Chuck Norris||Brother||$70 Million||N/A||80||Actor|
|#7||Dakota Alan Norris||Nephew||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|#8||Mike Norris||Nephew||$3 Million||N/A||16||Actor|
|#9||Eric Norris||Nephew||$1 Million - $2 Million (Approx.)||N/A||55||Celebrity Family Member|
|#10||Danilee Kelly Norris||Niece||N/A||N/A||N/A|
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He started his career working as an uncredited stuntman and later earned small film roles.
Norris is the younger brother of Chuck Norris (born March 10, 1940), and Wieland Clyde Norris (1943–1970). During the Vietnam War, both Aaron and his older brother Wieland enlisted in the United States Army. Wieland was killed in action in Vietnam in 1970. Through Chuck, Norris is the uncle of Mike and Eric Norris.
In 1979, Norris played Anderson in A Force of One starring his brother Chuck, with whom he shared the fight choreography credit. Norris is also credited as the stunt coordinator and listed amongst the stuntmen. The director noted that Aaron wanted to learn everything, and was a real asset to the picture. Because of this the director had him to focus on the martial art, and the specific of the fighting. The same year he was also a stuntman for the Italian film The Visitor.
In 1980, Norris did the Karate fight choreography and played the role of Hatband for his brother's film The Octagon.
In 1981, with his brother playing the lead, Norris was stunt player in Steve Carver's An Eye for an Eye.
In 1982, Norris was an associate producer and listed amongst the stunt person in his brother's film Silent Rage.
In 1983, Norris was again an associate producer on a film starring Chuck, Steve Carver's Lone Wolf McQuade, where he also did stunt coordination and played a small role.
In 1988 he got his first directing assignment Braddock: Missing in Action III the third instalment of his brother's franchise Missing in Action.
In 1995, he produced the film Ripper Man starring his nephew Mike Norris and Timothy Bottoms.
In 1996, he directed his brother in the television film Forest Warrior. That same year, he also got his only starring role in the film Overkill. He was also hired on his brother's hit TV show Walker, Texas Ranger. He served as an executive producer on 168 television episodes of the remaining seasons. Furthermore, he wrote and directed four episodes.
During his tenure on Walker, Texas Ranger, Norris continued working with his brother Chuck. This started on November first, 1998, Norris executive produced, and participated to writing the story, with Chuck and Walter Klenhard, of Michael Preece's award-winning television film Logan's War: Bound by Honor. It premiered on CBS, right after Walker, Texas Ranger newly scheduled episode. Sharing the lead with Chuck is actor Eddie Cibrian. It also co-stars Joe Spano, Jeff Kober, R. D. Call, Brendon Ryan Barrett, etc. The television-film was ranked third among the thirteen most viewed shows of that week.
In 1999, he created and was an executive producer on the Walker, Texas Ranger spin-off Sons of Thunder.
In 2000, Norris was an executive producer for the television film The President's Man, with director Michael Preece and Chuck at the helm. It premiered on April 2 on CBS. It is an action film co-starring Dylan Neal, Ralph Waite, Marla Adams, Stuart Whitman, and Soon-Tek Oh.
In 2002, Norris returned as an executive producer for its sequel The President's Man: A Line in the Sand directed by Eric Norris. It premiere on CBS on January 20. The sequel co-starred Judson Mills, Robert Urich, and Roxanne Hart.
In 2005, Norris was an executive producer and acted in the film, The Cutter. That same year he returned to directing with the CBS Movie of the Week, Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial by Fire. The production was a continuation of the series Walker, Texas Ranger, where Chuck Norris reprised his role as Cordell Walker for the movie.
In 2007, he produced the documentary Inside Aphasia.
In 2009, Norris is a credited producer for the Sony/Screen Gems award-winning film, Bill Duke's Not Easily Broken starring Morris Chestnut and Taraji P. Henson. That same year he also produced the film Everyday Life with Brad Hawkins.
Also in 2009, he returned to stunts for the Luc Besson film I Love You Phillip Morris with Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor.
In 2010, he provided stunts for the film Skateland.
On December 2, 2010, he (along with brother Chuck) was given the title honorary Texas Ranger by Texas Governor Rick Perry.
In 2015, he provided utility stunts for the Marvel Comics film Ant-Man starring Paul Rudd.
Currently, Aaron Norris is 69 years, 10 months and 29 days old. Aaron Norris will celebrate 70th birthday on a Tuesday 23rd of November 2021.
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