Norman has two daughters, Tracy Klorman and Mara Polon, and two grandchildren.
Norman won a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor his portraying of "Mr. Stanely Roper" in Three's Company
Norman's remains are buried at Mount Sinai Memorial Park in Los Angeles, California. His grave reads as follows: Norman Noah Fell
Cherished And Adored Father
Grandfather And Brother
A Greatly Talented
And Romantic Man
In the 2003 NBC made-for-tv movie Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of Three's Company Norman was portrayed by Terence Kelly.
When his and Audra Lindley's spinoff of Three's Company The Ropers failed halfway into the Second Season, Norman Fell and Audra Lindley tried to get back on Three's Company. The producers were pleased with Don Knotts and preferred him. Norman was upset with Don for taking his job.
Norman Fell lived to age 74.