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Norman Golden II


Known for his youth recurring role in the first 1990s Fox circumstance comedy True Shades, he also starred in the 1993 family film Cop . 5, earning Young Musician Award and Greatest Motion Picture Professional Under Ten Prize nominations. Early in his profession, he appeared within a 1993 tv biopic titled A COUPLE OF No Children Right here. He took a rest from acting to review at Antioch School in LA, California. A indigenous of Racine, Wisconsin, he relocated to California during his early youth years. He starred contrary Burt Reynolds in Cop . 5.

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Date Of Birth April 7, 1984
Place Of Birth Racine, WI
Profession TV Actor
Nationality American
Movies Cop and a Half, America's Dream, There Are No Children Here, Shaughnessy: The Iron Marshal, On Promised Land
TV Shows True Colors, Moby Dick
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Moby Dick1998TV Mini-SeriesLittle Pip
Gone Fishin'1997Young Gus (uncredited)
Shaughnessy1996TV Movie
America's Dream1996TV MovieAaron (segment "The Boy Who Painted Christ Black")
Sisters1994TV SeriesDexter Warren
On Promised Land1994TV MovieJimmy (Jim Jam) Ween
There Are No Children Here1993TV MoviePharoah Rivers
Cop & ½1993Devon Butler
True Colors1992TV SeriesTwist



The Arsenio Hall Show1993TV SeriesHimself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno1992TV SeriesHimself

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Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1994Razzie AwardRazzie AwardsWorst New StarCop & ½ (1993)
1994Young Artist AwardYoung Artist AwardsBest Actor Under Ten in a Motion PictureCop & ½ (1993)
1993Stinker AwardThe Stinkers Bad Movie AwardsWorst ActorCop & ½ (1993)

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