Lee Norris first appeared on The Torkelsons in 1991, where he played Chuckie Lee Torkelson for a year.
Lee admires Edward Norton.
Some of Lee's hobbies include reading, tennis, and going to the movies with friends, who include co-star Sophia Bush.
One of Lee's favorite books is To Kill a Mockingbird.
Lee thinks the funniest episode of One Tree Hill to film was I Will Dare. In this episode Lee's character Mouth karaoked to "Baby Got Back."
One of Lee's favorite episodes of One Tree Hill to film was the school shooting episode.
Growing up Lee found inspiration in television shows such as The Cosby Show.
Lee attended Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and graduated in 2004.
Lee has appeared in a film called Surf School in the summer of 2005. It's an indie film.
In 1992, Lee was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Exceptional Performance by a Young Actor Under Ten for The Torkelsons.
Lee and two of his One Tree Hill co-stars were on Dawson's Creek, Hilarie and Chad.
Lee was in 38 episodes of One Tree Hill before he was made a season four series regular.
Lee is in the movie, "The Journey of August King," playing Silver Boy.
Lee is in the tv movie, "A Mother's Instinct," playing Jeremy/Joey.
Lee is in the movie, "A Step Toward Tomorrow," playing Perry.
Lee is in the tv movie, "Any Place But Home," playing John Wesley.
Lee is in the tv movie, "Hope," playing Billy October.
Lee is still living in North Carolina, since One Tree Hill is shot in North Carolina.
Lee was born in Greenville, North Carolina.
Lee is now included in the opening credits of the third season of One Tree Hill.
Lee is 5' 10.5" tall.
Before One Tree Hill, Lee was best known for the role of Minkus from Boy Meets World.
Lee: (On why he loves acting) I'm an actor, and I love the art of creating a character. Every day that I get to step onto a set is a good day for me. I love seeing what's next. I wake up and I never know if it's the day I have to learn a cheerleading routine, break out into karaoke, or confront a friend who's waving a gun in my face.
Lee: (On his character, Mouth, in One Tree Hill) I play Mouth McFadden, who is sort of the nice guy in Tree Hill. He's a fun character to play because he gets to do a lot of things that are funny.
Lee: (On Chad Michael Murray and Sophia Bush's marriage break up) Well, you know, that's something the two of them had to deal with and certainly it was a bad thing for everyone when it broke out, because both of them are friends and co-workers, but I have to say that throughout all of it everyone maintained a very good sense of professionalism.
Lee: (On his work as an actor throughout the years) It's an amazing feeling. It's an amazing experience to have someone come up to you, and say that they feel like they grew up with you, and that's what happens to me a lot. It's been amazing to have that kind of reaction, and I just feel really blessed, that I've been able to be part of these shows that are a part of a certain youth out there, a certain age group. I just feel really blessed. And you're right, it is kind of cool to look back on it. Sort of like a living year book. It's so surreal to look at yourself as a twelve-year-old.
Lee: (On the challenges of playing his character, Mouth, in One Tree Hill) I think that the most challenging thing about Mouth is that because he is sort of the 'nice guy,' he doesn't do a lot of outrageous things. The challenge for me is to make him likable and continue to be interesting. Nice people, while they are fun to have in your life, aren't always the most interesting people to have around in your life. I try to continually take what they give me, which is great material, but put my own spin on it. I try to make it so that, even though he is a nice guy and doing things right of the most of the time, that he is human, believable and real.
Lee: (on the time jump in "One Tree Hill) I think it's a great idea. I think a lot of these shows lose their steam once you try to make everyone go to the same college, which isn't realistic. It just doesn't happen. A lot of the things our characters have been through are things that more typically would have happened to older kids. I don't know many people in high school that were getting married, and having babies and having clothing lines and going on musical tours. These are things that tend to happen a little later in life, if at all, so I think the time jump would bring in a new sense of realism to the show.
Lee: I am just so blessed to have these really intelligent, funny and wonderful human beings for fans. I really am lucky! They really inspire me to do what I do.
Lee: I relate to (Mouth) a lot. I think he has a good head on his shoulders.
Lee: I love to work. I'm an actor, and I love the art of creating a character. Every day that I get to step onto a set is a good day for me. I love seeing what's next. I wake up and I never know if it's the day I have to learn a cheerleading routine, break out into karaoke, (or) confront a friend who's waving a gun in my face.
Lee: This season on One Tree Hill I'm hoping for more fun stuff to do. That's the thing I love about my character, he gets to do all those crazy things but he's also got a serious side.
Lee: There's definitely been a Brooke in my life. I think a lot of guys have a Brooke in their life. You know, that girl that you sort of look up to from a far. The kind who seems kind of unobtainable, yet she is just sweet enough that you always have that hope that she will come around. Yeah, I have definitely had that.
Lee: Chad is trying to sucker me into playing golf with him because he was out there playing all summer and let me tell you, there's no way I'm going to play with him. Not at least until I get a little better.