At least five people died as a result of the riot.
Photos of a Norris lookalike began circulating on social media this week as campaigns were underway to identify violent participants in Washington, D.C.
As the debate on Norris's participation in the storming of US Capitol raged, a section of Twitter users presented several arguments to prove that the man in the picture is not the popular star.
The man featured in the trending photo undoubtedly looks like Chuck Norris, but a few details lead many to believe it was simply just a Doppelgänger.
However, the Walker, Texas Ranger shut down the chatter on Wednesday NZT, saying he was "always for law and order". There is no room for violence of any kind in our society.
A rep for the actor also denied the rumours. However, the 80-year-old's manager told Fox News on Tuesday that the man in question isn't him. "Chuck remains on his ranch in Texas, where he has been with his family".
Norris is among the most well known conservatives in entertainment and twice backed former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee during presidential bids in 2008 and 2016.
The martial artist has not publicly commented on the viral photo.
In the image, the two men can be seen posing near the Capitol building which was attacked by pro-Trump demonstrators to prevent the Congress from confirming Democratic President-elect Joe Biden's victory. He found big-screen success in films such as Lone Wolf McQuade, Code of Honor, Missing in Action and Delta Force, all staples of late-night cable TV.
"Walker, Texas Ranger", in which Norris played karate-kicking lawman Cordell Walker, ran on CBS from 1993 to 2001.