Remembering Norm MacDonald: How to watch his most memorable roles

The world got a little less funny today, as comedian Norm MacDonald passed away at the age of 61 after a long battle with cancer, keeping his fight with the disease private. The new was first reported by Deadline.

MacDonald started his career as a stand-up in Canada, gaining notoriety for his deadpan style of delivery. He broke into Hollywood by writing for The Dennis Miller Show and a couple episodes of Roseanne before he landed a writer and cast spot on Saturday Night Live, which he held from 1993-1998.


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