On YNF Entertainment Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, during the second season of the acclaimed HBO depression-era noir crime drama Perry Mason, actor Brian Norris makes an appearance.
Driven by Perry Mason Matthew Rhys, Juliette Rylance, and Chris Chalk, the new season started off a long time after the Dodson case reached a conclusion and the scion of a strong oil family is severely killed. When Perry, Della, and Paul show up at the city’s Hoovervilles and find themselves at the center of a case that will uncover far-reaching conspiracies, Norris steps into the storyline as “Twist.” He was introduced during the Chapter Ten episode.
Norris said, of the opportunity to be a part of the series, that he has always loved film noir. With his parents, he watched Chinatown and LA Confidential as a child. The opportunity to step into that world assembled and envisioned so completely and wonderfully, and afterward with entertainers like Matthew, Juliette, and Chris, he considered it to be a must-do experience.
Brian Norris, Norris gained millions of fans on the ABC daytime drama General Hospital for his recurring role as the aggressive and seductive Paparazzo Felty. He also made a notable appearance on ABC’s hit show The Rookie: Feds, as well as in the political thriller feature film 88, which premiered in Tribeca. Before this, his recurring roles on AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire, Hulu’s Reprisal, and Neil Labute’s DirecTV series Full Circle attracted attention. In addition, he has appeared in roles in New Amsterdam, S.W.A.T., Into the Dark, Castle, Mad Men, and Eddie Murphy’s comedy feature film A Thousand Words. In addition, Norris collaborated with award-winning director Sam Barlow on the video game Minsky and the top-selling PlayStation 5 game Horizon Forbidden West.
Up next, Norris heads to The CW for an episode of the well known activity wrongdoing show Walker; Additionally, he appears in Much Goes Up in Flames, a black-and-white independent thriller that is reminiscent of Hitchcock.
The Norris Studio
Behind the scenes, Norris is in charge of directing the black comedy short film Square, which is about two assassins who have to decide what to do with a body; in addition to producing and directing the dramatic short film Nothing Personal. In addition, he established The Norris Studio, a Los Angeles-based professional acting school that focuses not only on on-camera craft but also on career development.
This native of Northern California moved south to attend the University of California Los Angeles to study Theater, Film, and Television. For his leading role as Jimmy Swan in the world premiere of Samuel Brett Williams’ “The Woodpecker” at Studio/Stage Theater in Hollywood in 2012, Norris was nominated for an LA Weekly Award for “Best Actor.”
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