|Profession||Stuntman, film producer, screenwriter, film director|
|Birth City||Gardena, California|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Father Name||Ray Dee Norris|
|Father Profession||World War II Army soldier|
|Mother Name||Wilma Scarberry|
|No Of Children||3|
|Sibilings||Chuck Norris, Wieland Clyde Norris|
|Date of Birth||November 23,1951|
|Married Date||September 15,1981|
Aaron Norris is an American stunt performer, producer, and director. He is best known for his work in Ant-Man, Walker, Texas Ranger and I Love You Phillip Morris.
Norris is 69 years old as of now. He was born on November 23, 1951, in Gardena, California, United States, to parents Wilma Scarberry and Ray Dee Norris.
His father, Ray, was a World War II Army soldier, a mechanic, bus driver, and truck driver. Aaron has two older brothers: Chuck Norris, a martial artist, actor, film producer, and screenwriter, and Wieland Clyde Norris.
Following his parents divorced, Norris relocated to Prairie Village, Kansas and later to Torrance, California with his mother and brothers where the three siblings spent their formative years.
Both Aaron and his brother Wieland enlisted in the United States Army during the Vietnam War. Unfortunately, Wieland was killed in the Vietnam War in 1970 at the age of 27.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Norris has a net worth of $3 million as of 2021. He started his career as an uncredited stunt man in movies such as Black Belt Jones, Speedtrap, and Breaker! Breaker! during the 70s.
In 1978, the 69-year-old was hired as martial arts choreographer and a stunt double for his brother Chuck's second film Good Guys Wear Black. Aaron also played a small role in the movie,
That same year, Norris re-collaborated with the film's director Ted Post for the film Go Tell the Spartans. Moreover, he served as a stunt coordinator for John Carpenter's film Elvis.
Since then, Aaron has been credited as a stunt performer in dozens of movies, including The Visitor, An Eye for an Eye, Silent Rage, Forced Vengeance, Chained Heat, Missing in Action, Code of Silence, I Love You Phillip Morris, Skateland, and Ant-Man.
The 69-year-old got his first directing assignment in 1988. The movie was Braddock: Missing in Action III, the third installment of his brother's franchise Missing in Action. The same year, he directed the war drama Platoon Leader. Moreover, Norris served as an executive producer for the series Walker, Texas Ranger from 1996 to 2001.
On the other hand, his older brother, Chuck Norris has accumulated a net worth of $70 million from his successful career. Talking about the brother's real estate, Chuch and Aaron co-owned a 7,362 square foot ranch home in the Northwood Hills neighborhood of Dallas, which was put on the market for $1.2 million in July 2013.
The four-bedroom home includes seven bathrooms, a theatre, a home gym, and an 884 square foot detached building that served as a studio for filming the Walker, Texas Ranger. The real estate agent responsible for selling the home mentioned Chuck and his wife owned other homes in the vicinity.
Norris has been married to Rebecca Norris since September 15, 1981. Together, they have three children: Tyler Norris, Meagan Wade Norris and Amanda Norris.
Through his older brother Chuck, Aaron is the uncle of Mike Norris, Eric Norris, Dianna DeCioli, and twins Dakota Alan Norris and Danilee Kelly Norris.