Eric Scott Norris is an American former stock car racing driver and stuntman. He won the 2002 NASCAR Winston West Series Championship. Norris is also a director and directed several episodes of the TV-series Walker, Texas Ranger.
|Born:||Eric Scott Norris, May 20, 1964, Redondo Beach, California, U.S.|
|Parent(s):||Chuck Norris, Dianne Holecheck|
|Relatives:||Mike Norris (brother)|
|IMDb:||Eric Norris's IMDb|
About Eric Norris
Youngest son of the legendary action and martial arts actor Chuck Norris who became a noted race car driver and stuntman.
He began racing with his father in 1982 in the SCORE Off-Road Series, and after studying at Arizona State joined the Craftsman Truck Series.
He performed stunts in his father's series, as well as in the films National Treasure and Office Space.
His mother is Dianne Norris. He has a brother named Mike and half-siblings named Dina, Danilee and Dakota. He married Stephanie Di Ciolli and he has four children, Camrynn, Chloe, Chantz and Cash.
He directed his father Chuck Norris in the 2002 TV movie The President's Man: A Line in the Sand.