Norman D. Golden II Net Worth: $200,000
Born in Racine Wisconsin in April 1984. American actor and rapper Norman D. Golden II has a staggering net worth of $200 thousand. When Golden was young, he had an incredible career as a child actor bursting onto the silver screen where he stole the hearts of many. In 1990, he first appeared in the television series True Colors, starring as Twist. Two years later, he became a series regular on Fox’s True Colors. He starred as Devon Butler in the movie Cop and ½ back in 1993 and then appeared in the 1997 movie Gone Fishin’. Golden also appeared in the TV series Sisters and the TV mini-series Moby Dick as well as the TV movies There Are No Children Here, On Promised Land, America’s Dream, and Shaughnessy. In 1994 he was one among the nominees for a Young Artist Award for Best Actor Under Ten in a Motion Picture and for a Razzie Award for Worst New Star. Golden performs as a rapper using the name Enormus and has collaborated and performed with Grammy-award winning flutist Nestor Torres. He has also graced the stage with Jazz greats such as Herbie Hancock and Bennie Maupin. Enormus continues to do live performances across Southern California.