Norman D. Golden II net worth is
Norman D. Golden II Wiki/Biography
Norman D. Golden II was born on the 7th April 1984, in Racine, Wisconsin USA, and is an actor who rose to fame as a child actor after starring alongside Burt Reynolds in the comedy film “Cop and a Half” (1993) directed by Henry Winkler. Norman has been active in the entertainment industry since 1992. Currently, Norman is known as the hip hop artist Enormus.
How much is the net worth of Norman D. Golden II? It has been reported by authoritative sources that the outright size of his wealth is as much as $200,000, as of the data given in the middle of 2017. Acting and music are the main sources of Golden II modest fortune.
Norman D. Golden II Net Worth $200,000
To begin with, the boy was raised in the South Bay Area of California. At the age of 8, he started his career as a child actor in the series “True Colours” (1992). In 1993, he appeared in the television series “There Are No Children Here”, then after portraying Devon Butler in the film “Cop and a Half” (1993), Norman became a star, attracting the attention of the mass media, especially as the child was nominated for the Young Artist Award as the Best Actor Under Ten in a Motion Picture. Meanwhile, the boy was also nominated for Stinkers Bad Movie Award and the Golden Raspberry Award as the Worst Actor. Even though the film reviews were mostly negative, the film was commercially successful grossing $41 million in the box office. His net worth was established too.
Afterwards, the little actor was invited to star in the television series “On Promised Land” (1994) in which he created the character of Jimmy Ween. The same year he starred in the drama series “Sisters” (1994) aired on NBC, and afterwards appeared in the series “America’s Dream” (1996). He was also cast as main in the miniseries “Moby Dick” based on the novel of the same name written by Herman Melville.
During the peak of his popularity, Norman D. Golden participated in various fund raising events including the one in Cancer Division based in Florida as well as went on a Celebrity Cruise to help those children who suffer diabetes. The child actor delivered the speech in the Festival Hall of Racine. More, he created his own videos to encourage children to learn and read.
After finishing his acting career, he matriculated from high school, and then graduated from Antioch University earning a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts.
Currently, he is known as the rapper named Enormus. Up to date, he has released the EP SEEDS Vol 1 “Pick the Litter”. More, he is known for collaborations with Bennie Maupin, Herbie Hancock and Nestor Torres, which no doubt keeps his net worth ticking over.
Finally, in the personal life of Norman D. Golden II, he keeps his life private and does not reveal many details. He is possibly single.
|Full Name||Norman D. Golden II|
|Date Of Birth||April 7, 1984|
|Place Of Birth||Racine, Wisconsin, United States|
|Height||5' 7" (1.7 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Hip-hop Artist "Enormus"|
|Albums||“Enormus” (2006), “Seeds Vol. 1” (2009)|
|Nominations||Young Artist Award - Best Actor Under Ten in a Motion Picture (1993), Razzie Award - Worst New Star|
|Movies||“Cop and a Half” (1993), “There Are No Children Here” (1993), “Gone Fishin'” (1997), “Misperception” (2018)|
|TV Shows||“True Colours” (1992), “On Promised Land” (1994), “Sisters” (1994), “America’s Dream” (1996), “Moby Dick” (1998), “The Arsenio Hall Show” (1993)|
|Moby Dick||1998||TV Mini-Series||Little Pip|
|Gone Fishin'||1997||Young Gus (uncredited)|
|America's Dream||1996||TV Movie||Aaron (segment "The Boy Who Painted Christ Black")|
|Sisters||1994||TV Series||Dexter Warren|
|On Promised Land||1994||TV Movie||Jimmy (Jim Jam) Ween|
|There Are No Children Here||1993||TV Movie||Pharoah Rivers|
|Cop & ½||1993||Devon Butler|
|True Colors||1992||TV Series||Twist|
|The Arsenio Hall Show||1993||TV Series||Himself|
|The Tonight Show with Jay Leno||1992||TV Series||Himself|
|1994||Razzie Award||Razzie Awards||Worst New Star||Cop & ½ (1993)|
|1994||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Actor Under Ten in a Motion Picture||Cop & ½ (1993)|
|1993||Stinker Award||The Stinkers Bad Movie Awards||Worst Actor||Cop & ½ (1993)|