Lance Norris

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Lance Norris (born August 9, 1962) is an American actor/writer/director/stand-up comic/critic/mentalist. Norris was born in Des Moines, Iowa and attended Whitman College where he was a wrestler and rugby player. He also attended Emerson College where he wrestled under US Team Coach Jim Peckham. He has appeared in the films Mystic River, Glory, Be Cool and With Honors, was Squeers in the West Coast premiere of the 8 and half hour long play The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby and he played a SWAT team leader on the Fox TV series Against The Law. Norris co-hosted a morning show for Boston's WBCN and WZLX for almost 20 years. He collected some of his radio scripts as the book Ask A Bitter Man. He was also a consultant for the short-lived Mike O'Malley Show on NBC, and wrote for the Emmy-nominated Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher on Comedy Central and Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update on NBC. He was listed as a Contributing Editor in one issue of the National Lampoon, in 1994. Norris has written a number of plays including 8 Gr8 D8s and JWL., and has registered over 100 songs with Old Boston Publishing (BMI) and Dutchco Music (BMI).
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