Carlos Ray "Chuck" Norris is an American martial artist, actor, film producer and screenwriter. After serving in the United States Air Force, Norris won numerous martial arts championships and went on to found his own sect, Chun Kuk Do. Norris is a Tang Soo Do, jitsu jitsu and judo black belt from Brazil. Not long after, in Hollywood, Norris trained famous people in martial arts. Norris continued to appear with a small role in the spy movie The Wrecking Crew. Friends and fellow actor Bruce invited him to play one of the main villains of Way of the Dragon. As Norris continued to play, his friend and student Steve McQueen suggested he take him seriously. Norris starred in the action movie Breaker! Breaker!, Made a profit. Her second lead role, Good Guys Wear Black, became a hit and Norris became a popular action movie star.
|Born||Carlos Ray Norris, March 10, 1940, Ryan, Oklahoma, U.S.|
|Occupation||Actor, martial artist, film producer, screenwriter, air policeman (U.S. Air Force)|
|Children||5, including Mike and Eric Norris|
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Martial arts star of TV's Walker, Texas Ranger, who became an internet sensation in 2005 with memes based on exaggerated feats of combat.
His experience in Korea as an Air Policeman led to the formation of his own form of martial arts, called Chun Kuk Do, which is based on elements of Tang Soo Do and other combat styles.
He earned a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu from the Machado family, and campaigned for Mike Huckabee for the 2008 primary election.
He married his first wife, Dianne Holechek, in 1958, and together they had two sons named Mike and Eric. After their divorce in 1998, he married model Gena O'Kelley, and they had twins named Dakota Alan Norris and Danilee Kelly Norris.
As a young man, he fought martial arts legend, Bruce Lee, in the 1972 film Way of the Dragon.
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Latest information about Chuck Norris updated on June 14 2021.