Birth Name: Norman Reedus
Birth Place: Hollywood, Florida, USA
Born in Hollywood, FL on Jan. 6, 1969, Norman Reedus was raised in Los Angeles, CA, which he reportedly left to seek his own fortune at the age of 12. After spending time in a variety of countries, including England and Japan, he returned to California, where he worked at a Harley Davidson motorcycle repair shop in Venice Beach. Reedus began acting in Los Angeles theater, making his screen debut with a bit part in Guillermo Del Toro's underrated science fiction thriller "Mimic" in 1997. That same year, he vaulted to leading man status with the indie "Six Ways to Sunday" (1997) as a disturbed young man who becomes a hitman to support his mother (Deborah Harry). He continued to mine a vein of ...
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