How Can I Find Chuck Norris, Master Of Martial Arts, On The Web?
More on that later, but if you’re just looking for a listing of Chuck’s movie and TV gigs, you can find them right here on IMDb.com: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001569/ If you wanted to find an official website, you’d have to look here: http://www.chucknorris.com/ But…if you want to have some real fun, you’ll go to my source link: http://www.chucknorrisfacts.com/ This site has become an internet meme, similar to LOLcats (but much tougher if you’re reading Chuck! Much tougher!). It’s based Chuck being the toughest man in Hollywood. (and who would disagree? He’s not behind me is he?) The site is peppered with all sorts of “facts” and testaments to Chuck’s manliness, including these from the front page listed as “Chuck’s Favorites: Picked by the man himself.” Wh
huck Norris Biography When you think of Chuck Norris, you either immediately think action movie star (recalling his numerous feature films) or television star, for his long-running CBS television series, “Walker, Texas Ranger.” But prior to that, Chuck was a martial arts star, winning many martial arts championships including being a six-time undefeated World Professional MiddleWeight Karate Champion. Chuck was also a renowned teacher in the martial arts. Some of his students were Steve McQueen, Bob Barker, Priscilla Presley and Donnie & Marie Osmond. From 1964 to 1968, Chuck won many State, National, and International amateur karate titles. In 1968, Chuck fought and won the World Professional MiddleWeight Karate championships by defeating the World’s Top Fighters. He held that title until 1974 when he retired undefeated. In 1968, Chuck was inducted into the Black Belt Hall of Fame as Fighter of the Year. In 1975, he was inducted as Instructor of the Year and in 1977, Chuck received th