Norm MacDonald is the host of "Sports Show with Norm MacDonald" on Comedy Central.

A staple in the comedy world, MacDonald is best known for his offbeat delivery of the news as a Weekend Update anchor on "Saturday Night Live." MacDonald joined the cast of "SNL" in 1993 and remained on the show for five seasons where his impressions of Larry King, Burt Reynolds, David Letterman and Bob Dole, among others, are still talked about today.

A native of Quebec City, Canada, MacDonald began his career as a stand-up comic and made his way to Los Angeles, where he became a writer on the ABC hit series "Roseanne" and then starred in ABC's "The Norm Show" from 1999 - 2001. MacDonald's film credits include co-writing and starring in "Dirty Work," voicing Lucky the dog in all three of the Eddie Murphy remakes of "Doctor Dolittle," as well as appearing in "Billy Madison," "The People vs. Larry Flynt," and "Man on the Moon," among others. MacDonald has a history with Comedy Central, which released his comedy album, "Ridiculous," in 2006 and, in 2008 MacDonald made an epic and unforgettable appearance on the Comedy Central "Roast of Bob Saget." In 2011 he also stars in a one-hour special, "Norm Macdonald: Me Doing Stand-Up" on Comedy Central.


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Age: 53 years old
Birthday: October 17, 1963
Height: 6' 1"
Full Name / Real Name: Norman Gene MacDonald
Birthplace: Québec City, Québec, Canada
Wife: Connie

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