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Norm Macdonald is a Canadian writer, comedian, producer and actor.
Norm's career as a comedian started out through stand-up comedy gigs in Ottawa. In 1987, he got a larger platform performing in the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival.
Best Known For
Norm is mostly recognised through the television show Saturday Night Live. He was a cast member on the show from 1993 to 1998.
Norm is straight. In 1993, he had a son named Dylan with his wife Connie. The couple is presently divorced but there is no confirmation concerning the date of their divorce.
In interview with Larry King Norm called himself a devoted Christian.
Worth to Know
Norm has a brother Neil Macdonald. He is a journalist for the Canadian Broadcasting Cooperation.
In the animated comedy show Family Guy, Norm featured in just an episode as the voice of death.
In 2000, he took part in the game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and went away with the cash price of five hundred thousand dollars which he won for Paul Newman's Charity Camp. (Source: boomsbeat.com, 31/07/2015)
17 years after Norm has been off The Saturday Night Live show, he returned during their 40th anniversary. (Source: businessinsider.com, 19/02/2015)
In 2016, Norm published a book titled Based on a True Story: Not A Memoir.
He got his first writing job when he moved to Los Angeles to build up his career as a comedian. The Television show Roseanne served as his first work as a writer.
Apart from featuring on Saturday Night Live, he was also a writer for the show.
He ventured into acting in 1995 through the film Billy Madison.His surname should be written with small d in the middle - Macdonald, not MacDonald.