უმაგრესი მსახიობია, ამჟამინდელი ვარსკვლავებიდან აშკარად გამორჩეული თავისი ნიჭით და კოლორიტულობით... ამ კაცის სახელის გამოჩენა ტიტრებში უეჭველი ნიშნავს იმას რომ მე ამ ფილმს ვუყურებ და სავარაუდოდ მომეწონება კიდეც
გამორჩეულად მიყვარს მისი ფილმებიდან "25th hour", "Fight club" და "American History X"... ისევე როგორც ყველას
ეხლა მოგაწვდით პატარ პატარა ბიოგრაფიულ ინფოს - ყველაზე საინტერესო ფრაზა რაც ამოვიკითხე ეს იყო - He next played King Baldwin the Leper in “Kingdom of Heaven” (2005), Ridley Scott’s historical epic taking place in the relative calm between the 2nd and 3rd Crusades of the 12th century. იმ მეფეს თუ ედვარდა თამაშობდა ნამდვილად არ მეგონა, ალბათ მაგიტო მომწონდა მისი როლი განსაკუთრებით
Born: on 08/18/1969 in Columbia, MarylandJob Titles: Actor, Assistant to casting director, Musician, Singer, Proofreader, Waiter, WriterFamily
Brother: James Norton. younger
Father: Edward Norton Sr. was Federal prosecutor under President Jimmy Carter; works for National Trust for Historic Preservation
Grandfather: James Rouse. born in 1914; died in April 1996; designed Faneuil Hall marketplace in Boston, Massachusetts; with wife co-founded The Enterprise Foundation
Grandmother: Patricia Rouse. with husband, co-founded The Enterprise Foundation
Mother: Robin Norton. died of brain cancer on March 6, 1997
Sister: Molly Norton. younger
Companion: Brianna Bell.
Companion: Courtney Love. dated from c. 1996 to c. 1998; both denied relationship although Norton made appearances with Love's band Hole, playing guitar and singing
Companion: Salma Hayek. dating from late 1999; Norton and Hayek were rumored to be married as of January 2003
Columbia School for Theatrical Arts, Columbia, Maryland
T Schreiber Studio, New York, New York
1977 Professional debut at age eight in the musical "Annie Get Your Gun" at Toby's Dinner Theater in Columbia
1990 Briefly lived in Japan while working for The Enterprise Foundation, which was co-founded by his grandparents
1991 Moved to NYC (date approximate)
1994 Starred in world premiere of "Fragments" by Edward Albee at the Signature Theater
1996 Had featured roles as lawyers in both Woody Allen's "Everyone Says I Love You" (where he also made his screen singing debut) and Milos Forman's "The People vs. Larry Flynt"
1996 Made auspicious film debut as Aaron Stampler in "Primal Fear"; received Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination
1998 Co-starred in the controversial "American History X", playing a white supremacist; earned Best Actor Academy Award nomination
1998 Teamed with Matt Damon in John Dahl's "Rounders"
1999 Starred with Brad Pitt and Helena Bonham Carter in the drama "Fight Club"
2000 Made producing, co-screenwriting and directing debut with "Keeping the Faith"; also co-starred with Ben Stiller
2001 Co-starred with Marlon Brando and Robert De Niro in "The Score"
2002 Co-starred as Nelson Rockefeller in "Frida," starring off-screen companion Salma Hayek; also reportedly did uncredited script rewrites
2002 Played a reflective drug dealer headed to the slammer in Spike Lee's "The 25th Hour"
2002 Reunited with Gregory Hoblit to star in "Hart's War"
2002 Starred as FBI agent Will Graham in "Red Dragon," the "Silence of the Lambs" prequel
2003 Co-starred in F. Gary Gray's "The Italian Job"
2006 Co-starred with Naomi Watts in the period drama, "The Painted Veil"; earned an Independent Spirit Award Nomination for Best Male Lead
2006 Starred with Evan Rachel Wood in the indie drama, "Down in the Valley" also produced
Acted in college productions while attending Yale
Began appearing in off-off-Broadway productions
Co-stars with Colin Farrell in the drama, "Pride and Glory" about a family of police officers (lensed 2006)
Raised in Columbia, Maryland
Teaming with Brad Pitt and National Geographic to produce a 10-part miniseries for HBO about explorers Lewis and Clark (lensed 2006)