Norman Reedus was born in Florida, where he lived only a few months before moving to Los Angeles, California. He also lived in several cities in several different countries including Japan, Britain, and Spain.
When he first came to Los Angeles, he worked at a Harley Davidson
shop in Venice and at the same time contributed artwork to various
shows as a painter, photographer, sculptor, and video artist.
He got his first taste of acting in the play “Maps for Drowners”
at the Tiffany Theater on Sunset Boulevard. Days later, he was cast
in Mimic (1997), then in Six Ways to Sunday (1997), and Floating
He then on to do many other films including The Boondock Saints
(1999), Deuces Wild (2002), Blade II (2002), Let the Devil Wear
Black (1999), Gossip (2000/I), Moscow Chill (2007), The Notorious
Bettie Page (2005), and many others.
Norman currently lives in New York with his son, Mingus Lucien Reedus.