Lee Norris Ne Worth: Lee Norris is an American celebrity that has a net worth of $300 thousand dollars. Maybe most well known for his role as Stuart Minkus on Boy Meets World along with Marvin “Mouth” McFadden on One Tree Hill, Norris got his playing success from teenage sitcoms, followed by appearances in the films Surf School and Zodiac. In 1992, Norris was nominated for the Young Artist Award because of his performance in The Torkelsons. He graduated from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina in 2004. Norris is a Libra and is married to his girlfriend Andrea.
Goldie Hawn hand-picked Norris for a role in her directorial debut, Hope (1997).
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.
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.".
He was a recurring character on One Tree Hill (2003) for two seasons before joining the show as a series regular in season three.
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. [on his "One Tree Hill character Mouth McFadden falling for Brooke Davis, the popular girl]
Throwing the brick was fun but I don't want Mouth to cross over into that stalker territory. His thing with Brooke is all a part of growing up. I relate to him a lot. I think he has a good head on his shoulders. I think he'll come out okay. [on his "One Tree Hill" character Mouth McFadden]