Edward Norton
American actor
Edward Norton
Edward Harrison Norton is an American actor, screenwriter, film director and producer. In 1996, his supporting role in the courtroom drama Primal Fear garnered him a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. Two years later, his lead role as a reformed white power skinhead in American History X earned a nomination for Academy Award for Best Actor.
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Can Friendships Survive The Trump Era?
Huffington Post - about 1 month
Yesterday I received a blast email from a friend encouraging me to “disengage from Trump supporters” if I wanted to meaningfully protest the forthcoming inauguration of the 45th president of the United States.  My friend is a good person who has a strong commitment to justice. I like him a lot. But I found his suggestion to be repugnant, dishonorable, and destined to drive us further apart as a nation.  One of the things I value most about my education is having befriended people with different political and religious beliefs. I grew up in San Antonio, Texas, and then attended a Quaker college (Swarthmore) and a Jesuit university for graduate school in philosophy (Georgetown). The first thing I thought of when my friend invited me to disengage from Trump supporters was Mike, a member of my high school marching band. He once made a joke that makes me laugh to this day. Mike was a sweet kid who now is on the opposite side of the fence from me politically, but I have no desire ...
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Wes Anderson Officially Announces New Movie 'Isle Of Dogs' With Edward Norton
Huffington Post - 2 months
Wes Anderson officially announced the title for his upcoming stop-motion animation film: “Isle of Dogs.”  On Tuesday, the director released a video announcement about the film on Vimeo, which features a special appearance by one of its stars, Edward Norton. Mumblings about the project began popping up last year, when Jeff Goldblum let slip that he’d be lending his voice to the film. Along with Norton and Goldblum, the movie boasts a massive cast including Scarlett Johansson, Bill Murray, Bryan Cranston, Frances McDormand, Greta Gerwig, Akira Ito, Akira Takayama and even Yoko Ono, among others. Filming for the project is currently underway in England, but to satisfy our curiosities, Anderson also released a tiny glimpse at Norton’s canine character, Rex.  The best part, though, is that you have a chance to be in the film. Sure, it’s probably not a huge chance, but it’s technically possible.  As part of his announcement, Anderson teamed up with Crowdwis ...
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‘Passengers’ and ‘Collateral Beauty’ End 2016 With Interesting Ideas Gone Very, Very Wrong
Huffington Post - 2 months
Movie lovers tend to rejoice around the holidays, when the annual surplus of so-called prestige films floods theaters ahead of January’s Oscar nominations. Of course, not everything can twinkle. Each winter produces a few misfires, but they’re usually not as strange as “Collateral Beauty” and “Passengers,” two of 2016’s final major-studio releases. It’s hard to discuss “Collateral Beauty” and “Passengers” without mentioning spoilers. But nothing I’m going to talk about should constitute spoilers. Both trailers obscured their movies’ inciting events because they are weird and problematic. What some might call “twists” are actually the crux of these plots. (But if you’re still concerned about “spoilers,” you might want to stop reading this.) “Passengers,” which opens Dec. 21, has kept a fairly high profile all year, largely because it’s headlined by charisma machines Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt. In 2007, Jon Spaihts’ script became a hot item on the Black List, an annual ros ...
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What To Do If Your Friend Wants To Date Your Ex (And 2 Other Life Dilemmas)
Huffington Post - 5 months
Dear Lisa, My friend ran into my ex-husband at Costco, and now she wants to know whether I’d be okay with her asking him out. We’ve been amicably divorced for almost three years, and I’m happily involved with somebody else. But the trust is, I do mind. I know I don’t have a leg to stand on, but I really don’t want them getting together. now what? — Gia, Toronto Now, Gia, you take a deep breath. You appreciate the fact that your friend was up-front. You tell her the idea makes you surprisingly uncomfortable, but you’ll work to overcome that discomfort. And then you give your blessing. If you say no, you’ll be denying two decent people a shot at the kind of happiness you’ve been lucky enough to find for yourself. If you say yes and they end up clicking, you’re going to be just fine (though maybe not at first and probably not at Costco). You’ll be fine because you’ll know that you had a choice, and you chose generosity, compassion, and goodness. We weren’t put on this p ...
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Welcome to the Big Time
ABC News - 5 months
T here's a game within the game that requires a different set of skills," actor Edward Norton says in the voice-over as quick-cut video images show young men and women bathing a dog, jogging on the street, sweating in a sauna -- all while staring, hyperfocused, into their smartphones. "There's no offseason. This is a play-as-much-as-you-want, whenever-you-want fantasy league. And we don't just play -- we are players. We train. And we win ..." Now those men and women are jumping, cheering, fist-pumping -- each celebrating mammoth, seven-figure jackpots. "This isn't fantasy as usual. This is DraftKings. Welcome to the big time." At its peak last summer, a daily fantasy get-rich-now commercial aired every 90 seconds on television. Combined, industry leaders FanDuel and DraftKings plunged more than $750 million into TV commercials, radio spots, digital ads and other...
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11 new movie trailers you need to watch from this past week
Yahoo News - 6 months
The iPhone 7 may be the biggest thing happening in tech this week, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have new movie trailers to check out. In fact, there are 11 new clips you should see, including trailers that are our first glimpse at brand-new movies. DON’T MISS: Everything you need to know about preordering the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Collateral Beauty Will Smith is a dad who loses his daughter in Collateral Beauty . He starts writing letters to objects and concepts like Death and Time. The movie opens on December 16th and has an amazing cast. Joining Smith are Keira Knightley, Kate Winslet, Helen Mirren, Naomie Harris, Edward Norton, and Michael Pena. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxaeSw7_i2c Free Fire Free Fire launches only next year, but it’s definitely a title to jot down. We’re looking at a complicated standoff between some dangerous people. Free Fire launches at some point in 2017, though a release date isn’t available yet. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDD3I0uOlqY Goat We ...
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Leonardo DiCaprio Says He's Not Ruling Out Kids, Reveals Ed Norton Once Saved ... - People Magazine
Google News - about 1 year
People Magazine Leonardo DiCaprio Says He's Not Ruling Out Kids, Reveals Ed Norton Once Saved ... People Magazine If Leonardo DiCaprio ever becomes a father, he should thank Ed Norton for helping him live long enough to see the day. The unlucky daredevil – who escaped brushes of death while skydiving, swimming with great white sharks in South Africa, and a near ... Leonardo DiCaprio Reveals His “Misunderstood” Feelings About Having Children ...E! Online Leonardo DiCaprio talks having kids, reveals Edward Norton once saved his life ...New York Daily News Leonardo DiCaprio Is A Little Pessimistic When It Comes To Having KidsHuffington Post Just Jared -Vancouver Sun all 346 news articles »
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Edward Norton helps raise funds for Syrian refugee dubbed 'the Scientist'
LATimes - about 1 year
Edward Norton has called attention to the Syrian refugee crisis after the story of one man moved him to tears. The three-time Oscar-nominated actor's website Crowdrise joined forces with the Humans of New York website to fund-raise for an embattled elderly man dubbed "the Scientist," who still...
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Edward Norton Created A Fund-Raiser For Syrian Refugees After Seeing These Photos
Huffington Post - about 1 year
A seven-part photo series about a Syrian family whose home was destroyed by missiles elicited thousands of comments on Facebook this week, including a heartfelt message of support from President Barack Obama himself. Now, the viral Humans of New York post has helped raise nearly half a million dollars for the refugee family ahead of their move to America.   -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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Time to kill? Here are 130 riveting movies you can watch on Netflix right now
Yahoo News - about 1 year
This list is updated monthly to reflect recent availability and to showcase films currently streaming on Netflix, whether talking classics or modern gems. Netflix offers roughly a gazillion different movies available through its streaming platform — well, approximately a gazillion. However, while the landmark service might become surprisingly accurate with its suggestions once you’ve been using it for a while, it’s still often tough to find something worth watching amid the trove of terrible choices.That being the case, we’ve taken the time to wade through the ridiculous amount of content in order to bring you a list of some of the best films currently available on Netflix Instant. Planning your weekend has never been easier. Related: Here’s what’s new on Netflix in December, and what’s going away Choose a genre: Recent Additions Documentaries Comedies Dramas Thrillers & Action Adventure Foreign Sci-Fi & Fantasy Kids Horror Romance New for December 2015 A League of Their Own Pl ...
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Where Would You Go On a Bucket List Trip? Celebrities Share Their Dream Destinations
Huffington Post - about 1 year
When Edward Norton thinks about a trip of a lifetime, visiting Campi ya Kanzi, the Maasai community-owned eco-lodge in the Chyulu Hills of Kenya holds a top spot on his bucket list. "Every time I go I wish I had longer to spend there," says the actor who cherishes early morning walks with Maasai trackers or camping in a tent. In this wilderness region that Ernest Hemingway described in The Green Hills of Africa and The Snows of Kilimanjaro, zebras, giraffes, elephants and lions roam the plains. "To be alone in nearly 300,000 acres of pristine wilderness with young Maasai warriors guiding you into it is really a peak experience," says Norton. "Unlike any visit to a National Park, you can walk on foot, which I love." Meanwhile, Robert Fairchild's dream voyage is to take his father scuba diving in the Galapagos Islands. "Ideally, we would stay on a live-aboard and go diving all day long," says the Tony-nominated actor who co-stars in the hit Broadway show, An American in Paris. "I ha ...
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Hillary's 'Genie in a Bottle'
Huffington Post - over 1 year
I finally put my finger on what bothers me about Hillary Clinton's campaign: Christina Aguilera, the pop star who rose to prominence in the late 1990s with her hit single, "Genie in a Bottle." Christina emailed me recently with the subject line, "Will you come to a party at my house?" Apparently, she is hosting a soiree at her home in Beverly Hills for Hillary, and all you have to do is make a campaign contribution of at least $5 and then hope that your name will be added to the guest list. I should mention that in Christina's email there is a disclaimer when you click on the button "add your name" that says "No purchase, payment, or contribution is necessary to win, and will not improve chances of winning," but you know how that goes. I'm OK with giving money to candidates, and I have made a couple of nominal contributions of my own to Hillary's campaign. What I'm not OK with is when a politician attempts to rally support by aligning with a celebrity who is incongruous to my ...
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A Brief (Pun Intended) History of Lawyers in Movies, Part II
Huffington Post - almost 2 years
Lawyers in motion pictures have been portrayed as one of two extremes, devils or angels, almost since celluloid was invented. The first film dealing specifically with a law firm and attorneys, 1933's Counsellor at Law, starring John Barrymore, portrayed its J.D.s as upstanding citizens, as did the early Perry Mason films of the same period. This quickly changed, however, with many attorneys portrayed as being capable of the same brand of skullduggery as their shifty clients. With that in mind, we bring you a list of the good, the bad and the ugly of lawyers in movies. Enjoy, and please refrain from suing us if you feel otherwise... 1. Devil's Advocate (1997) Keanu Reeves plays Kevin Lomax, a hot-shot young Florida lawyer who is all about climbing the ladder. When he gets an offer he can't refuse from a high-powered New York firm, led by the legendary John Milton (Al Pacino). Soon Kevin's wife (Charlize Theron) is plagued by demonic visions and he realizes he's literally so ...
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A Brief (Pun Intended) History of Lawyers in Movies
Huffington Post - almost 2 years
Lawyers in motion pictures have been portrayed as one of two extremes, devils or angels, almost since celluloid was invented. The first film dealing specifically with a law firm and attorneys, 1933's Counsellor at Law, starring John Barrymore, portrayed its J.D.s as upstanding citizens, as did the early Perry Mason films of the same period. This quickly changed, however, with many attorneys portrayed as being capable of the same brand of skullduggery as their shifty clients. With that in mind, we bring you a list of the good, the bad and the ugly of lawyers in movies. 1. To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) Gregory Peck's Atticus Finch became the boilerplate for the Noble Movie Lawyer in this iconic, 1962 adaptation of Harper Lee's award-winning novel. Atticus Finch, a small town attorney in the Depression-era South, must defend a black man (Brock Peters) falsely accused of raping a white woman, causing the already-divided town's racial tensions to boil over. Through it all, ...
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Edward Norton on 'Budapest,' 'Birdman' and final bows
LATimes - about 2 years
In "The Grand Budapest Hotel," Wes Anderson's candy-bright fable of decades in the life of the title European edifice, he's Inspector Henckels, a late-1930s police officer and a gentleman, a bright flash of civility before a dark era. The film received nine Academy Award nominations.
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'SNL' Scorecard: Melissa McCarthy And The Cast Says Goodbye To Seth Meyers
Huffington Post - about 3 years
Each longtime “SNL” cast member seems to have his or her own unique way of leaving the show. When Darrell Hammond (still the longest tenured cast member in the show’s history) left, not a direct word about it was mentioned, but during the final sketch, the stage filled with just about everyone imaginable as Will Ferrell sang Billy Joel’s “Goodnight Saigon.” When Kristen Wiig left in 2012, Mick Jagger serenaded her off the stage. Last season, Bill Hader had a wonderful sendoff as Stefon, then joined Fred Armisen and Jason Sudeikis as they jammed together in the guise of Armisen’s Ian Rubbish band. For Seth Meyers – who left “SNL” last night after nearly 13 seasons (we wrote a more thorough goodbye post to him, with the help of some current and former cast members, here) – there was no Billy Joel song and there was no Mick Jagger (though, there was Stefon). Meyers had a quieter, more direct sendoff. There were no special sketches -- just an announcement at the end of “Weekend Update” as ...
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<i>Salinger</i>: The Documentary on PBS
Huffington Post - about 3 years
It's fitting that the 200th episode of American Masters on PBS features writer J. D. Salinger, an author so influential it is hard to imagine the course of 20th century American literature without his imprint of lost innocence in the novel The Catcher in the Rye. Not only are at least three assassination attempts attributed to this book, but much in the arts bear its stamp. Just look in the Museum of Modern Arts' Education Center's display of a facsimile of the first edition, an act of appropriation by Richard Prince, and thereby an appreciation. Featuring interviews with notables: John Guare, Edward Norton, Philip Seymour Hoffman, A. Scott Berg, Phoebe Hoban and many others, this copiously researched documentary also has Joyce Maynard and the "Esme" girl, Jean Miller, telling their side of seduction and betrayal by Salinger. Back in September, when the film first screened at MoMA, Simon &amp; Schuster published a valuable accompanying volume compiled by David Shields and Salinger's fil ...
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Edward Norton
    FORTIES
  • 2014
    Age 44
    On July 2, 2014, Norton was elected chairman of the board of trustees to Signature Theatre, a not-for-profit theater company in New York.
    More Details Hide Details Norton has been on Signature's board since 1996 and served as the co-chair of the Capital Campaign during the building of the Pershing Square Signature Center. Norton was born in Boston, Massachusetts and raised in Columbia, Maryland. His father, Edward Mower Norton Jr., served in Vietnam as a Marine lieutenant and was later an environmental lawyer and conservation advocate working in Asia, as well as a former federal prosecutor in the Carter administration. His mother, Lydia Robinson "Robin" (née Rouse), a teacher of English, died of a brain tumor in 1997. His maternal grandfather, James Rouse, was the founder of The Rouse Company, who developed the city of Columbia, Maryland (where Norton grew up), helped develop Baltimore's Inner Harbor, Norfolk's Waterside Festival Marketplace and Boston's Quincy Market, as well as co-founded Enterprise Community Partners with Norton's maternal step-grandmother, Patty Rouse. Norton has two younger siblings, Molly and Jim, with whom he has professionally collaborated.
    In June 2014, Norton's Class 5 Films and RatPac Entertainment acquired the film rights to the non-fiction article American Hippopotamus, by Jon Mooallem, about the meat shortage in the U.S. in 1910 and the attempts made by Major Frederick Russell Burnham, Captain Fritz Joubert Duquesne and Congressman Robert Broussard to import hippopotamuses into the Louisiana bayous and to convince Americans to eat them.
    More Details Hide Details The film will highlight the Burnham - Duquesne rivalry, two famous spies who had previous been under orders to assassinate each other. Norton, William Migliore and Brett Ratner will produce this feature film.
    On February 20, 2014, it was announced that Norton was directing Motherless Brooklyn.
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    In 2014, Norton played Mike Shiner, a prickly Broadway actor in the black comedy film Birdman and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for the role.
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  • 2013
    Age 43
    In 2013, Norton starred in The Lonely Island's music video, "Spring Break Anthem," alongside Andy Samberg, Zach Galifinakis, James Franco, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone.
    More Details Hide Details The video premiered on Funny or Die's Between Two Ferns during a segment between Galifinakis and Franco.
  • 2011
    Age 41
    After six years of dating, Norton proposed to Canadian film producer Shauna Robertson in 2011 and they married in 2012.
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  • 2010
    Age 40
    Norton played himself in a cameo role in the experimental comedy show Stella, and made another comedic television appearance on the Emmy award-winning ABC show Modern Family in 2010, playing a fictional member of real life '80s new wave band Spandau Ballet.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 2008
    Age 38
    In 2008, Norton starred in New Line Cinema's Pride and Glory, as an honest detective assigned to investigate the precinct run by his older brother.
    More Details Hide Details The film was not well received by critics, not strongly supported by the studio, and despite also starring Colin Farrell and Jon Voight, its worldwide grosses totaled only $31.1 million, against a production budget of $30 million.
  • 2007
    Age 37
    He attended Ripken's ceremony at the Hall of Fame in July 2007.
    More Details Hide Details Norton has a private pilot license and discussed his flight training when interviewed on episodes of the Late Show with David Letterman and Inside the Actor's Studio. One of his personal aircraft was a Cessna 206 substantially modified by the AOPA. Norton was a strong supporter of former New York State Governor Eliot Spitzer. Norton is a member of the board of trustees of Enterprise Community Partners, a non-profit developer of affordable housing based in his hometown. He is also well known for his support for environmental causes and renewable energy projects, such as Enterprise's Green Communities Initiative and BP's Solar Neighbors program. He also put time and money toward social activist causes, including improving the quality of living in low-income communities. Norton's work with the HBO documentary By the People: The Election of Barack Obama led to a soundtrack, with proceeds going to Enterprise Community Partners and United Way. Norton also participated in a 2008 Fast Company story about Enterprise's green affordable housing. Norton is the president of the American branch of the Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust. To raise money for the trust, Norton fielded a team of thirty runners in the New York City Marathon on November 1, 2009. The team included Alanis Morissette and David Blaine. Norton finished the event first among celebrities with a time of 3 hours, 48 minutes. Norton and his team raised over $1 million for the Trust.
  • 2006
    Age 36
    In 2006, Norton starred in three films: Down in the Valley, as a dangerous drifter affecting to be a cowpoke, The Illusionist, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and later became a sleeper hit when it went into general release, and The Painted Veil, for each of which he won an award.
    More Details Hide Details In 2010, Norton appeared in two films again: in Leaves of Grass, as estranged identical twins (one a small-time drug dealer and the other a Harvard professor); and in Stone, which reunited Norton with his The Score cast-mate Robert De Niro, and in which Norton plays a convict trying to con his parole officer (De Niro) into an early release.
  • 2003
    Age 33
    In 2003, Norton was forced by Paramount Studios, under threat of lawsuit having signed a three-film contract when he signed up for Primal Fear, to appear in The Italian Job (2003), for which he accordingly refused to promote upon its release.
    More Details Hide Details Norton won critical praise for his role as Baldwin IV, the leper king of Jerusalem, in Kingdom of Heaven. Norton portrayed Marvel Comics character Bruce Banner / The Hulk in the Marvel Studios film The Incredible Hulk, released in 2008. Norton's failed attempt to rewrite the film along lines of his own choosing resulted in his refusal to promote the film. He was expected to reprise his role in the 2012 film The Avengers, but was replaced by Mark Ruffalo.
  • 2002
    Age 32
    In 2002, Norton starred in Brett Ratner's Red Dragon as FBI profiler Will Graham and in Spike Lee's 25th Hour.
    More Details Hide Details While Red Dragon received mixed reviews, it was commercially successful. 25th Hour was about post-9/11 New York City.
  • 2000
    Age 30
    In 2000, Norton made his directorial debut, Keeping the Faith.
    More Details Hide Details He had a reputation of being a perfectionist and managed to receive final cut of American History X, clashed with the director while shooting Red Dragon, and (with the director) clashed with the studio during the shooting of The Incredible Hulk (and refused to do promotion for it).
  • TWENTIES
  • 1999
    Age 29
    In David Fincher's 1999 film Fight Club, Norton played an unreliable narrator who feels trapped with his white-collar position in society.
    More Details Hide Details It is based on Chuck Palahniuk's novel of the same name. To prepare for the role, Norton took lessons in boxing, taekwondo and grappling. Fight Club premiered at the 1999 Venice International Film Festival. During promotion for the film, he said, "I feel that Fight Club really, in a way... probed into the despair and paralysis that people feel in the face of having inherited this value system out of advertising." The film failed to meet expectations at the box office, and received polarized reactions from film critics. However, it became a cult classic after its DVD release.
  • 1998
    Age 28
    In 1998, he played Derek Vinyard, a reformed neo-Nazi, in the film American History X, David Denby of The New Yorker noted that he gives Derek "ambiguous erotic allure; he's almost appealing".
    More Details Hide Details The film received positive reviews and grossed over $23 million worldwide at the box office. His performance earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. Later, Norton starred with Matt Damon in Rounders, that follows two friends who need to quickly earn enough cash playing poker to pay off a huge debt.
  • 1993
    Age 23
    He moved to New York City to star in the Off-Broadway theater, breaking through with his 1993 involvement in Edward Albee's Fragments, at the Signature Theatre Company.
    More Details Hide Details In his film debut Primal Fear, Norton played Aaron Stampler, an altar boy charged with the murder of a Roman Catholic Archbishop who is defended by Martin Vail (Richard Gere). The film is an adaptation of William Diehl's novel. Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly wrote: "Norton gives a performance that's fully the equal of Gere's – he's as slyly self-effacing as Gere is slyly ostentatious." Alison Macor of The Austin Chronicle, in review of the film, wrote, "Norton's performance and the well-paced tension preceding the movie's climactic sequence provide an entertaining if slightly predictable thriller." Despite the mixed reviews, Norton won a Golden Globe Award and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. That same year, Norton played lawyer Alan Isaacman in The People vs. Larry Flynt.
  • 1991
    Age 21
    He attended Yale University, where he was a competitive rower and acted in university productions alongside Ron Livingston and Paul Giamatti, graduating in 1991 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History.
    More Details Hide Details After graduation, Norton worked in Osaka, Japan, consulting for his grandfather's company, Enterprise Community Partners, and speaks some Japanese. He appeared in an EFL textbook, Only in America, used by Nova, a formerly major English language school in Japan.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1987
    Age 17
    He graduated in 1987 from Columbia's Wilde Lake High School, where his classmates included New York City Council member Mark Levine and best-selling author Robert Kolker.
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  • 1981
    Age 11
    From 1981 to 1985, along with his brother, Norton attended Camp Pasquaney on the shores of Newfound Lake in Bristol, New Hampshire, where he won the acting cup in 1984; he returned to the camp's council for two years by directing theater, and maintains close connections with the camp.
    More Details Hide Details Norton was raised Episcopalian.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1969
    Born
    Born on August 18, 1969.
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