Losing Norm MacDonald was a big loss for the entertainment industry when it was announced that he passed from cancer. The comedian was a great talent and has continued to entertain fans with his abilities. He will be missed greatly, especially when fans reminisce about all the roles that he played down the years. The unfortunate news about his death has seen fans pour in enough support from around the globe. Let us look at some of the best roles that Norm MacDonald has played over the years, including the most hilarious.
His Role with the Weekend Update
Norm was recruited to become one of the casts of Saturday Night Live and quickly became a fan’s favourite. His hilarious impressions on the show when he played Burt Reynolds became fondest of his memories.
His Voice on Lucky, the Dog in Dr., Do little.
Norm MacDonald weighed in with his expertise in his role for the Dr Dolittle franchise. He did so well that he was retained and played the roles in other sequels that followed. Fans still regard it fondly as one of his best roles to date.
MacDonald played in this interesting comedy of errors and was outstanding in his role as a chauffeur to an heiress with a bitchy attitude. His anger at being undervalued and underpaid pushed him to kidnap his boss’ dog as revenge and demand ransom. This is one of his memorable roles.
The Norm Show (199-2001)
Norm MacDonald played a fantastic role in this ABC sitcom which featured Norm as a banned ex-NFL hockey player with gambling problems. He is also guilty of tax evasion and did 5 years of community service to avoid jail time. He was great in this series which he created and produced himself.
The Middle (2010)
Norm MacDonald played another hilarious role as Rusty Heck in this ABC series. He was a no-good brother of Mike Heck, who were both sons of Big Mike Heck. Norm featured as a drunk and a smoker. He did so well that it became one of his best roles till today.
There you have it! Above are some of the best roles of Norm MacDonald. Norm MacDonald is a great actor and comedian. His legacy will surely go on for all his contributions to comedy entertainment.