Lee Norris portrayed Mouth McFadden on One Tree Hill.
Lee Michael Norris is familiar to audiences since the age of 9, Norris made his television debut in "The Torkelsons," followed by "Almost Home" and "Boy Meets World," where he quickly became a fan favorite as Stuart Minkus. Other television appearances include "October Road," "Dawson's Creek" and Telefilms' "Any Place But Home," "A Step Toward Tomorrow," "A Mother's Instinct" and "Hope," directed by Goldie Hawn. Norris' film credits include David Fincher's critically acclaimed thriller "Zodiac," and the forthcoming true-story drama "Blood Done Sign My Name."Norris is a graduate of Wake Forest University and splits his time between Los Angeles and Wilmington, North Carolina, where " One Tree Hill" is filmed.
- Got married on 10th September 2011 to Andrea.
- He graduated from Wake Forest University in 2004.
- Lee and two of his "One Tree Hill" (2003) co-stars were on "Dawson's Creek" (1998), Hilarie Burton (who plays Peyton Sawyer) and Chad Michael Murray (who plays Lucas Scott).
- He was a recurring character on "One Tree Hill" (2003) for two seasons before joining the show as a series regular in season three.
- He played Stuart Minkus on "Boy Meets World" (1993) in the earlier younger episodes. His character was written out as the show progressed, but Lee returned for the graduation episode four years later, saying that the reason he disappeared was because his classes were "on the other side of the hall.".
- Enjoyed working with CariDee English.
- In the "One Tree Hill" (2003) episode #312 "I've Got Dreams To Remember", Lee's character Mouth can be seen holding a Wake Forest University brochure and folder before he goes to talk to his guidance counselor about colleges. This was most likely done purposely because Lee graduated from Wake Forest University in 2004.
- Goldie Hawn hand-picked Norris for a role in her directorial debut, Hope (1997) (TV).
- Tom Bosley (of "Happy Days" (1974) fame) portrays his on-screen grandfather in "One Tree Hill" (2003).
- Featured speaker at Yale University (2010).