Norman D. Golden II
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Norman D. Golden II (born April 7, 1984) is an American actor.
In 1992, Golden became a series regular on Fox's True Colors. The sitcom, about an interracial family and their learning to co-exist, was canceled shortly after Golden's arrival in the second season. In 1993, Golden starred in the motion picture Cop and a Half with Burt Reynolds. His last known acting job was a television remake of Moby-Dick in 1998.
Currently, he performs as a rapper known as Enormus.
- Moby Dick (TV) – 1998
- America's Dream (TV) – 1996
- Sisters (TV) – 1994
- On Promised Land (TV) – 1994
- Cop and a Half – 1993
- There Are No Children Here (TV) – 1993
- The Double – 2012 (FBI agent)
- Murillo, Lea (Feb 1, 2011). "BALLERSTATUS.COM "Actor-turned-Rapper Norman "Enormus" Golden making moves for the New Year Since his days as a child actor..."".
- ""Fifteenth Annual Youth in Film Awards".". Young Artist Awards. 1993. Retrieved March 22, 2009.