Famous People Named Norman
Take a look at famous people named Norman, such as Norman Foster, Norman Mailer, and Norman Vincent Peale.
Producer, Pilot, Television Producer, Screenwriter / 1922 -Norman Lear wrote popular, long-running sitcoms including All in the Family and The Jeffersons. His work addressed racial and political issues in the U.S.
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profile name: Norman Rockwell profile occupation: Illustrator, Painter
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profile name: Norman Schwarzkopf profile occupation: General
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profile name: Norman Foster profile occupation: Architect
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profile name: Norman Vincent Peale profile occupation: Minister, Academic Author, Journalist
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profile name: Norman Lear profile occupation: Producer, Pilot, Television Producer, Screenwriter
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profile name: Norman Borlaug profile occupation: Biologist
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