It is very heart-breaking to announce the death of Comedian Norm MacDonald, a great comedian, and an influencer. Here is all that you need to know about the sad demise of this popular and beloved person.
How Did Norm MacDonald Die?
Norm MacDonald’s death was informed by CBSLA to his manager Marc Gurvitz. This 61-year-old comedian died after undergoing a strong battle against cancer. Lori Jo Hoekstra, a very good friend of Marc says that he has been battling cancer for 9 years. How strong that was! Also, he didn’t want anyone to know about the battle. He even kept it away from his family also!
Moreover, he also says that Norm MacDonald’s values comedy more than anything. This is why he didn’t want his personal problem to catch the eyes of the people. He was a pure comic and he wanted to make sure that nothing comes in the way. Further, he was there with him when he died. He paid his tributes to the comedian and says he will be missed.
Norm MacDonald was expected to be in the New York Comedy Festival Lineup. And, this was scheduled to happen in November. Moreover, he was also a part of the SNL from 1993-98. His notable work in the SNL would is the anchor of the show’s “Weekend Update.”
Norm MacDonald was born on October 17, 1959, in Quebec city. He is a Canadian, and he started his entire career in the comedy clubs of Canada. That is where he developed the deadpan style. Just as he wanted it to be, that became his trademark. Plus, he also became a touchstone of comedy. He was also a contestant on Star Search in 1990.
Incredible Works Of Norm MacDonald
Other than these, he was also hired to write Roseanne. This great comedian was very well famous for his deadpan style. Let us not forget the incredible works that he delivered being a stand-up comedian and a writer. His sitcom Roseanne also was very incredible. He also co-worked to write the film dirty work. In spite of co-writing the work, he also starred in it.
Later then he also started up his own comedy series called the Norm. He also has starred in films and that includes Billy Madison, Doctor Dolittle, The Middle, Family Guy, and The Orville.
“No one could make you break like Norm Macdonald. Hilarious and unique. F– cancer,” Jon Stewart tweeted.
The death of Norm MacDonalds is still hard for every heart to process. There are tributes pouring for this comedian from around the world.
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