Comic and actor Norm Macdonald lifeless at 61 | CBC Information

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Norm Macdonald, the Canadian-born comic who turned an influential solid member of Saturday Night time Stay after he joined in 1993, has died. He was 61.

Leisure information web site Deadline first reported his demise Tuesday. Macdonald’s administration agency, Brillstein Leisure, confirmed the information. 

Macdonald was born in Quebec Metropolis on Oct. 17, 1963, and spent his early years as a humorist touring throughout Canada. He finally went on to put in writing for reveals like Roseanne and The Dennis Miller Present within the early ’90s, earlier than occurring to host SNL’s iconic section “Weekend Replace” from 1994-97.

Macdonald died after a non-public battle with most cancers, Brillstein said. He was 61.

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