Norm Macdonald


Norm Macdonald is perhaps best known for his five seasons as a cast member on "Saturday Night Live," where he was known for anchoring "Weekend Update" and for his several impressions, including Burt Reynolds, Bob Dole and David Letterman. Macdonald also wrote for the popular ABC sitcom "Roseanne" and starred on "Norm," which ran four seasons.

He recently had a recurring arc on ABC's "The Middle." In 1998, Macdonald co-wrote and starred in the cult classic film "Dirty Work." Macdonald also played the voice of Lucky the dog in all three of Eddie Murphy's "Dr. Dolittle" films and is famous for playing Death on the comedy series "Family Guy." Macdonald is a favorite of Oscar-winning director Miloš Forman, who cast him in "The People vs. Larry Flint" as well as the Andy Kaufman biopic "Man on the Moon."

Macdonald starred alongside fellow comedian Dave Chappelle in the 2000 film "Screwed." In 2010, Macdonald rejoined Adam Sandler to appear in the hit comedy "Grown Ups." Macdonald returned to television in 2008 to appear on the "Comedy Central Roast of Bob Saget." In 2011, Macdonald hosted the critically acclaimed Comedy Central series "Sports Show with Norm Macdonald." That same year, he debuted his widely lauded one-hour stand-up special, "Norm Macdonald: Me Doing Stand-Up."

Throughout his entire career, Macdonald has never stopped doing stand-up and remains at the top of his game.

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