During the summers while he was growing up, Norman fished in Bristol Bay, Alaska on salmon gillnetters at the age of 15. He also fished Opilio crab during the summers.
Norman's home is located in Eastern Washington. It is so remote that in the winter it can only be accessed using a snowmobile.
Norman, like his older brother Sig and his younger brother Edgar, is fluent in Norwegian.
Norman used to be a Bull Rider.
On August 19, 2006, Norman attended the 100 Years Motorcycle Rally along with his two brothers, Sig and Edgar, and their fellow crew member Matt Bradley.
On September 21, 2006, Norman and his two brothers attended a King Dinner at the Oyster House at Pier 58 in Seattle, Washington as a thank you for the success of Deadliest Catch.
Growing up, Norman would throw out his food if anybody blew on it.
Norman, along with his two brothers Sig and Edgar, were the first generation of their family to be born in the U.S.
Along with being one of the deckhands of the Northwestern, Norman co-owns the boat with his other brothers, Sig and Edgar.
Norman has two brothers, Sig (older) and Edgar (younger).
Norman is 5'6" tall.