Norman Sham


Nicholas of Termeseus

Norman Sham plays Nicholas of Termeseus, the uncle of young Nicholas. An influential bishop himself, Uncle Nicholas provides much needed guidance during the darkest moment in his young nephew's life, ultimately influencing choices that will shape the boy's future.

In addition to his role in Nicholas of Myra, Norman also acted in a one-man short film titled The 21st. A multiple nominated and three time Artvoice Award winning stage actor, Norman has performed in numerous regional theatres in New York and elsewhere. In fact, it is his work in theatre that prompted the Director of Nicholas of Myra to cast him in the role of Uncle Nicholas.

His stage work includes the world premiere of Zooma Zooma, conceived and written by Michael Walline, featuring the music of Louis Prima. His extensive resume, which includes many appearances in commercials and radio voice-overs, features stage credits for: Marty (Marty), A Funny Thing (Psuedolus), Man of La Mancha (Sancho) and Guys and Dolls (Nicely-Nicely). Norman’s current role in Nicholas of Myra is his feature film debut.