Norm Macdonald is among the renowned Writers, Actors and Stand-Up Comedians from Canada origin. Norm has been into gambling for a few years, which made him win up to 6 figures amount maximum and losing too.
He always claimed himself to be apolitical, still, he has been commenting on serious statements about the political leaders.
Norm Macdonald Net Worth 2020
Norm owns the Net Worth of $1.5 million, all from his performances on TV shows and the series. Norm presented his diversified skills, over various platforms in his career. That made him acknowledged and wanted by everyone, for increasing the business in the industry.
Along with it, he has lent his voice to different characters and writing books. In addition to which, he released his albums. Multi-talented approach contributed to gaining the fortune, for Norm Macdonald.
Norm Macdonald Biography
|Full Name||Norm Macdonald|
|Birthdate||17th October 1959|
|Birth Place||Quebec City, Canada|
|Residence||Quebec City, Canada|
|Age (as of 2020)||60 Years|
|Height||1.87 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Occupation||Writer, Actor, Comedian|
Early and Personal Life
Norm Macdonald is the well-known name, adopted by Norman Gene Macdonald. He was born on 17th October 1959 in Canada to a teacher couple. His father, Percy Macdonald was an active participant of World War II who contributed a great deal in the freedom of the Netherlands.
He got married to Connie, but they got divorced later on. They have a son, out of the alliance. He also stayed in a relationship with Elle Macpherson, for a year approximately which was later broken.
Norm went to Quebec High School, situated in Quebec. He attended High School in Ottawa, located in Canada.
Journey of Career
Norm has performed for 3 long years as an anchor of Weekend Update and was in the cast of Saturday Night Live during 5 seasons, which broadcasted 97 episodes beginning in 1993 with the huge chain of audiences.
Thereafter, he left Saturday Night Live and went towards the writing and acting career. However, his fame and popularity forced him to go back to Saturday Night Live, which made him host an episode in 1999 October.
He also made his presence felt in NewsRadio and The Drew Carey Show. In 1987, he presented his comic potential in the Comedy Festival in Montreal for the stage of Just For Laughs.
Norm registered his debut performance of comedy in stand-up clubs of Ottawa. He has appeared and acted in various TV shows and movies.
Norm has written the story of the Dirty Work, which was released in 1998. He has been writing and producing many shows, that made him popular and admirable. He also played the lead role in the series of Fox, titled A Minute With Stan Hooper in 2003.
Awards & Achievements
- Norm was positioned at # 31 in The 50 Best Stand-Up Comics Of All Time.
- He was also honoured with the Canadian Screen Awards in 2016 and 2017.
- Norm was listed in the 100 Greatest Stand-Ups Of All Time, through Comedy Central. He is counted among the star personalities of the TV shows.
- Norm played in the celebrity episode of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, on 12th November 2000 where he won $500 thousand and donated it to the charity.