December 5, 2021

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Quebec-born comedian Norm McDonald dies at 61

Quebec-born comedian Norm McDonald dies at 61

The world is a lot of fun for Norm McDonald. We lost a great comedian and a great Canadian, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responded on Twitter.

From Walcartier to Los Angeles

Norm McDonald grew up in Quebec, where his father served at Canadian Forces Base Walcartier.

He began his career as a comedian in clubs in Canada, developing a cheek style with a tongue that influenced other comedians of his generation.

After working as a screenwriter for an American show Dennis Miller Show, For the comic series Rosanne In the early 1990s, Norm McDonald joined the cast Live Saturday night (SNL) and 1993.

In all three seasons, he performed exclusively in the division Weekend update This popular show airs on NBC.

While his witty and witty humor divided the audience at the time, he refused simple jokes and allowed himself to have loyal fans on his sassy side.

After his departure from SNL In 1998, Norm McDonald appeared in several movies and series, but also on television shows. Tonight show with Conan O’Brien.

In 2018, he launched 10 episodes of his own show Norm McDonald has a show On Netflix.

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