- This article is about Norman Beauchamp, the character from Melissa de la Cruz's novels.
You were maybe looking for the character from the TV series; see Victor.
Norman Beauchamp, once known as God Njord of the Vanir, is one of the main characters in Melissa de la Cruz' Beauchamp Family series. He was the husband of Goddess Skadi and the father of Erda, Freya and Fryr.
After Joanna sent him away when Ingrid and Freya were hanged in Salem, Norman mainly stayed away from his family, only keeping contact via mails with his eldest daughter, Ingrid. But the darkness in North Hampton may as well be too strong for the Beauchamps women on their own, and Norman's help could be needed.
The Old DaysEdit
Destruction of the BofrirEdit
Salem Witch TrialsEdit
Return to North HamptonEdit
Saving his childrenEdit
Powers and abilitiesEdit
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|Witches of East End|
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In the television series adapted from Melissa de la Cruz's novels, Witches of East End, the role of Norman Beauchamp, renamed Victor for the show, is played by Joel Gretsch. It was announced that the actor had landed the role on October 2, 2013. The series premiered on October 6, 2013 and Gretsch appeared in the last two episodes of the first season. He also returned for the second season, which premiered on July 6, 2014.
- Norman's divine name is spelled differently on many occasions: Nordj, Njord or Nord.