Norman Rangi Berryman (born 15 April 1973 in Wellington) is a New Zealand rugby union player. He first played first class rugby for Northland in the National Provincial Championship (NPC), in 1991. He continued to play for Northland, and in 1996 played for the Chiefs in the new Super 12. Berryman was drafted into the Blues in 1997, and eventually into the Crusaders in 1998. With the Crusaders he won three Super 12 championships (1998, 1999, and 2000). During the 2000 NPC he left New Zealand to play for Castres Olympique in France. He eventually moved to CS Bourgoin-Jallieu whilst in France, and came back to New Zealand in May 2003. Berryman then played for Northland for the 2003 NPC; during this season he played his 100th game for Northland. In 2004 Berryman moved to Sydney, Australia. In Sydney he played for Southern Districts in their 2005 season.
Berryman played one Test for the All Blacks, as a replacement against the Springboks in 1998. He also played for New Zealand Māori in 1999 and 2000. On his return to New Zealand in 2003 he was selected for the Māori again, this time for their tour of Canada.