Canadian Comedian Norm Macdonald Cause of Death Twitter – Jokester Norm Macdonald has died at the age of 61, nine years after being determined to have the disease, as per his family and delegates.
The Canadian comic was brought into the world in Quebec City in 1959 and started in Canadian clubs before moving to the US to seek after TV satire composing.
He worked for the Roseanne program before joining Saturday Night Live to have news spoof production Weekend Update.
Known for his dry conveyance, Macdonald had fans in the US and around the world.
Macdonald was likewise known for his parts in satire movies like Dirty Work, Billy Madison, and Dr. Doolittle.
As indicated by Deadline, he was scheduled to show up at the New York Comedy Festival in November.
Macdonald was known for his vacant conveyance style, and impressions of Hollywood stars like Burt Reynolds, Clint Eastwood, and Quentin Tarantino.
After leaving Saturday Night Live, he featured in his satire series, Norm, from 1999 to 2001.
He likewise facilitated a Netflix program called Norm Macdonald Has a Show in 2018.