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But if the director is smart, he will always listen to Edward's ideas, because 99 percent of the time they're brilliant." Outside of acting, Norton supports a number of social and political causes.
He acted in several undergraduate productions, often to campus-wide acclaim.
Janet Maslin wrote of his performance in , based on the debut novel by Chuck Palanhiuk.
Norton plays a lonely young professional who feigns illness in order to attend disease support groups and bond with others, until he meets Tyler Durden (Pitt), the founder of Fight Club—an underground group that discovers a cathartic release of aggression through brutal fist-fights.
In the meantime, the producers of a Hollywood courtroom thriller were struggling to find a co-star for actor Richard Gere, who was threatening to walk away from the film.
After Leonardo Di Caprio turned down the role, casting proceeded to audition 2,100 actors—none of whom were able to capture the subtleties of a seemingly innocent Southern boy on the brink of insanity.