Dianne Holechek

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Who is Dianne Holechek? Dianne Holechek was born on November 27, 1941, in Los Angeles, California, as Dianne Kay Holechek. She was previously married to Chuck Norris.

Dianne Holechek (born November 27, 1941) is an American housewife, public figure, and former celebrity partner from Los Angeles, California. She is best known as a childhood sweetheart and later wife of Chuck Norris (American actor, producer, screenwriter, and martial artist).

He is one of the most famous artists in Hollywood who has worked in numerous TV shows and movies. In addition, the actor began his career in the United States Air Force. In fact, he has won several championships as a martial artist.

Chuck also established his own discipline called Chun Kuk Do. He then began to form celebrities in martial arts. He got the breakthrough role of his career when Bruce Lee asked him to act as the lead villain in the 1972 film Way of the Dragon.

Some of his other popular projects include An Eye for an Eye, Lone Wolf McQuade, Firewalker, The Delta Force, The Hitman, Good Guys Wear Black, Breaker! Breaker!, A Force of One, The Expendables 2 and more.

When Dianne was just a teenager, she started dating her then-boyfriend, Chuck Norris, who was a year older than her. According to the source, the former couple first met in 1956 at Torrance High School in California.

Later, Dianne Holechek married her husband, Carlos Ray Norris, in December 1958. Their wedding ceremony was a lavish party that took place in the presence of friends and family.
Dianne Holechek with her ex-husband, Carlos Ray Norris
Dianne Holechek with her ex-husband, Carlos Ray Norris

Besides, he was only 17 at the time. The ex-couple is blessed with two children, Michael R. Norris aka Mike Norris (born October 4, 1962) and Eric Norris (born May 20, 1964). However, the actor also began an extramarital affair during his first marriage and produced a daughter named Dina Norris.

In 1988, Holechek and Norris separated and divorced. On November 28, 1998, Chuck married his second wife, Gena O’Kelley( former model. They welcomed twins, a daughter “Danilee Kelly Norris” and a son Dakota Alan Norris on August 30, 2001.