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Chuck Norris

Chuck Norris shall fall to no one.
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Work Cited
The Way of the Dragon.
A.K.A Chuck Norris
Carlos Ray Norris Jr.
1958
1959
In 1959 He began to train Tang So Doo, a form of karate.
In January 15, 1964 Chuck Norris joined his first tournament.
In July 26, 1963 Chuck Norris got his Black Belt in Tang Soo Do.
In June 22, 1971 Chuck Norris brother Wieland died in Vietnam
Chuck Norris Timeline
Norris joined the Air Force as an Air Policeman in 1958 and was subsequently stationed at Osan Air Base in South Korea
In December 29, 1958 Chuck Norris meets Dianne and marry her.
1958
1963
In 2000, Norris was presented with the Golden Lifetime Achievement Award by the World Karate Union Hall of Fame. More recently, Norris earned a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu from the Machado family.
Norris made his first feature for a major Hollywood studio with "Silent Rage" (1982), a tawdry mix of his martial arts action and slasher films which pitted his small-town sheriff against a psychopathic killer genetically engineered by a mad scientist (Ron Silver).
Chuck Norris Best Movies
Chuck Norris made his first onscreen appearance in cameos for "The Green Beret" (1968) and the Dean Martin Spy spoof "The Wrecking Crew"(1969)
1968
1969
Bruce Lee who was enjoying massive popularity in Asia and America with his his action filmed. Lee tapped Norris to play the villain in his martial arts feature "Way of the Dragon"(1972).
1982
Chuck Norris latest movie "The Expendables 2"
Retired military operative on a mission to save his old teammates; the character's name is an homage to the 1978 action film Good Guys Wear Black, where Norris plays John T. Booker. During the film, Booker claims to have been bitten by a cobra and states that the cobra later died as a result; this is a reference to Chuck Norris facts, satirical factoids about the actor.
His career resumed its winning streak with "Lone Wolf McQuade" (1983), a cartoonish action-adventure that led to a long relationship with independent studio Cannon Films, which resulted in the biggest hits of Norris' career and his transition from B-movie star to Hollywood leading man.
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Early Life
Carlos Ray Jr. is an American martial arts and actor. After serving in the United States Air Force, he began to rise to fame as martial artist, and has since founded his own school , Chuk Kuk Do
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Chuck Norris was born in March 10 1940 in Oklahoma

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Chuck Norris has two younger brother, Wieland and
Aaron Norris.

-At age of 16 his parents divorced and later moved to California with his mother and brothers.

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During his high school life he married a girl name Dianne Holecheck at age 18.
Fun Facts
-Chuck Norris tournament record is estimated to be 183 wins 10 draws and 2 loses. He won at least 30 tournaments

-Chuck Norris popular television films is "Walker, Texas Ranger" with 203 episodes, it is seen in 80 countries with an average of 1 billion viewers daily.

-Norris is also a New York times best selling author of three books including Belt Patriotism, How to reawaken, and the auto biography agains't all odds.

-Norris also awarded 8th degree Black Belt Grand Master recognition in Tae Kwon Do and the first west hemisphere to accomplish this.
-Chuck Norris is also famous for his Jokes.
Here are some few jokes:
When Alexander Bell invented the telephone he had 3 missed calls from Chuck Norris
Chuck Norris doesn't call the wrong number. You answer the wrong phone.
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