Norman works in film and theatre as a writer, playwright, and actor. His play "Theory" won First Prize at the Herman Voaden National Playwriting Competition and will premiere at Tarragon Theatre in Toronto in 2018. His play "Pu-Erh" was nominated for four Dora Mavor Moore Awards, including Outstanding New Play. He is adapting "Theory", a psychological-thriller about a liberal-minded professor being tormented by a mysterious student, into a feature screenplay. Other screenwriting projects in development include "Blood Rush" and "Scabs". As a writer-director, his films "Anne Darling", "Hello Faye", and "Marnie Love" have screened at international film festivals. As an actor, favourite roles include "Resident Evil: Afterlife", "Todd and the Book of Pure Evil", "Chimerica", and "The Kite Runner". Norman lives and works in Los Angeles and Toronto.
A visionary, wannabe lawyer has to flee 1890s San Francisco after committing murder, winding up in the Yukon where he vows to bring law and justice to a town that’s overrun by gangs battling over race, power, and gold.