Die at 61 Norm MacDonald, former scriptwriter and comedian of 'Saturday Night Live'

The actor and comedian norm macdonald has died at 61 years after almost a decade fighting a cancer, as several media publishes and confirms Brillstein Entertain

Die at 61 Norm MacDonald, former scriptwriter and comedian of 'Saturday Night Live'

The actor and comedian norm macdonald has died at 61 years after almost a decade fighting a cancer, as several media publishes and confirms Brillstein Entertainment Partners, its representation firm in Los Angeles.

MacDonald was scriptwriter and actor of 'Saturday Night Live' between 1993 and 1998 and also conducted the 'Weekend Update' program. If something characterized it was his acid humor, with recurring jokes on Bill Clinton, Michael Jackson and O.J. Simpson

He was the son of teachers and his childhood passed it in the Canadian city of Quebec. He also worked as a scriptwriter in the series 'Roseanne' until he started working at 'Saturday Night Live' and, at the end of the 90 he created and starred in the comedy 'The Norm Show', which was issued in ABC.

It interpreted an Exjugator of the NHL expelled from the League for tax evasion and gambling.

There are several colleagues who have shown their condolences on Twitter, including also Jim Carrey's comical actor.

Updated Date: 21 September 2021, 14:38

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