Norman Eshley is an English actor best known for his television roles.
Eshley attended Bristol Grammar School and worked in a bank, before training as an actor at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. He played many Shakespearean roles on stage. His first screen role was in the 1968 film The Immortal Story, directed by Orson Welles. He played a lead character, Steve, in Blind Terror (1971) and appeared in the Pete Walker horror film House of Mortal Sin in 1975. In 1988 he appeared in a public information film about road safety called "Accident in Park Road". Along with Douglas Fielding, he provided the narration for the Blind Guardian album Nightfall In Middle Earth.