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Carlos Ray “Chuck” Norris is a martial artist, actor, film producer, and screenwriter from the United States. He is a black belt in Tang Soo Do, Brazilian jiu jitsu and judo. Norris won several martial arts titles after serving in the United States Air Force and then developed his own discipline, Chun Kuk Do. Norris went on to instruct celebrities in martial arts in Hollywood shortly after. Norris went on to star in a tiny role in the spy picture The Wrecking Crew (1969). (1969). Bruce Lee, a friend and fellow martial artist, asked him to portray one of the main antagonists in Way of the Dragon (1972). While Norris continued to act, Steve McQueen, a friend and former pupil, advised him to pursue it seriously. Norris starred in the action picture Breaker! Breaker! (1977), which was a commercial success. His second leading role, Good Guys Wear Black (1978), was a box office success, and he quickly established himself as a popular action movie star.

With A Force of One (1979), The Octagon (1980), and An Eye for an Eye (1981), Norris went on to appear in a string of commercially successful independent action and martial arts films (1981). Norris became an international fame as a result of this. He went on to direct studio pictures such as Columbia’s Silent Rage (1982), MGM’s Forced Vengeance (1982), and Orion’s Lone Wolf McQuade (1983). This prompted Cannon Films to contract Norris to a multi-film agreement, beginning with the critically acclaimed Missing in Action (1984), which inaugurated a trilogy. Norris began working almost entirely with Cannon on high-profile action pictures in the 1980s, eventually becoming their main man.

Invasion U.S.A. (1985), The Delta Force (1986), Firewalker (1986), and more films starred Cannon. Aside from the Cannon films, Norris also directed Code of Silence (1985), which was considered one of his greatest. From 1993 through 2001, he was the titular character in the long-running television series Walker, Texas Ranger. Until 2006, Norris continued performing prominent parts in action movies, including Delta Force 2 (1990), The Hitman (1991), Sidekicks (1992), Forest Warrior (1996), The President’s Man and its sequel (2002). (2002). Norris’ most recent film performance was in The Expendables 2 with Sylvester Stallone (2012).


Throughout his film and television career, Norris branched away from his usual pursuits. He is a well-known author who has written works on martial arts, exercise, philosophy, politics, Christianity, western fiction, and biography. He was a two-time New York Times bestselling author, the first with The Secret of Inner Strength: My Story, a book on his own philosophy of positive force and the psychology of self-improvement based on personal tales (1988). Black Belt Patriotism: How to Reawaken America (2008), his second New York Times Best Seller, was about his analysis of contemporary difficulties in the United States. Norris has also been in a number of advertisements, most notably as one of the major spokespersons for the Total Gym infomercials.

Chuck Norris facts, an Internet meme recording amusing, fictitious, and often ludicrous feats of strength and endurance, gained fresh recognition on the Internet in 2005. Despite the fact that Norris did not create the “facts,” he was hired to endorse many products that used Chuck Norris facts in advertising. The phenomenon spawned six books (two of which were New York Times best sellers), two video games, and several appearances on talk shows, including Late Night with Conan O’Brien, where he read the facts or participated in sketches.

Norris was born on March 10, 1940, in Ryan, Oklahoma, to Wilma (née Scarberry) and Ray Dee Norris, who worked as a mechanic, bus driver, and truck driver during World War II. Norris has claimed to have Irish and Cherokee ancestors. Norris was named after his father’s preacher, Carlos Berry. He was the oldest of three brothers, with Wieland and Aaron being the younger two. Norris’ parents split when he was sixteen, and he moved with his mother and siblings to Prairie Village, Kansas, and subsequently to Torrance, California.

Norris has described his upbringing as depressing. He was unathletic, introverted, and a lousy student. Ray, his father, worked as an automobile mechanic on the side and went on alcohol binges that lasted months at a time. Norris acquired a crippling introversion as a result of his father’s actions and the family’s financial problems, which lasted his whole life.

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