Norm Macdonald was a Canadian stand-up comedian, writer, and actor who was known for his style of deadpan humor and interjecting poetic, sometimes old-fashioned turns of phrase. He was a writer and cast member on Saturday Night Live (SNL).
Norm died on September 14, 2021 (aged 61) in Pasadena, California.
SNL Comedian Norm Macdonald Cause Of Death
|Full Name||Norman Gene Macdonald|
|Cause Of Death||Cancer|
Actor Norm McDonald died in Los Angeles on Sept. 14 from cancer. His cause of death is unknown, but the actor’s management firm told Deadline that he had been battling cancer for nine years.
His family has not released a statement, but they did say that he was 61 years old and suffered from leukemia. He is survived by his son Dylan and two brothers.
Norm Macdonald, 61, died of cancer on Monday, according to his manager Marc Gurvitz. He fought cancer privately for nine years. His cause of death was not announced publicly, but a source close to the family said that the comedian was suffering from heart failure.
The cause of death is unknown, but it’s likely cancer. The comedian was born in New York City and spent most of his life in Montreal. He appeared on “Saturday Night Live” for three seasons, as well as on “Roseanne.”
SNL’s death came as a shock to the comedy community. It’s not yet known whether Norm Macdonald had been battling cancer for years. His family is unable to disclose the cause of his death.
Despite his abysmal condition, the comedian’s cancer diagnosis remains a mystery. His cause of birth was unknown. The actor suffered from a severe asthma attack that lasted a month.