Chuck Norris was born in 1940 and is an American military artist, actor, screenwriter and producer. In 1958, he joined the U.S. Air Force. After retiring, Norris opened his own martial arts studio, after which he began to participate in various martial arts competitions, which can be used to promote his Chun Kuk Do. In 1972, Norris played Bruce Lee’s opponent in the martial arts movie Way of the Dragon. The commercial success of this movie was huge, with a box office of 130 million dollars in the global market.
In 1984, Chuck Norris starred in the film Missing in Action, which is one of his most famous films. Because of the huge success in the market, this film was also produced with a follow-up series. Dating back to 2012, the second part of The Expendables is his last film, After that he has never made a movie or TV series until now, however he still shot a series of commercials.