April 25 - April 28

Special Event: Norm Macdonald

Special Event: Norm Macdonald

Norm Macdonald is best known for his 4 year stint on Saturday Night live where Chevy Chase noted he was the best anchor to ever grace the chair. He is a favorite guest on Late Night shows, having performed the final stand-up set ever on David Letterman. Mr. Letterman referred to Norm as the funniest man in the world. Conan O'Brien also lists Norm as his favorite guest.

After leaving SNL, Norm starred in 2 movies, one being the cult classic "Dirty Work" and also appears in many Adam Sandler films, including his first "Billy Madison", where Norm played Adam's best friend. Norm also starred in 3 television series. This year he became a judge on "Last Comic Standing" as well as portraying Colonel Sanders in an avant-garde Series of spots for KFC.

His tour-de force anti comedy roast of Bob Saget became an instant classic, as well as the fiveminute "Moth Joke" on Conan which received a full one-minute laugh. These, though, are only experiments Norm tries out on TV appearances.

It is still Norm's stand-up which is his pure gift. His 2011 Comedy Special "Me Doing Stand-up" was hailed by The Guardian as one of the best Stand-up Specials of all time and Comedy Central name him in their top 100 comedians of all time. Norm retires all material he has used on specials and guarantees that no two shows will ever be identical. If you know Norm Macdonald, but do not know his stand-up, you do not know him. He is a stand-up comedian who must be seen to be believed.

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Special EventsKnown For: Weekend Update Host on "Saturday Night Live"

Ask any true comedy nerd and they’ll tell you that Norm Macdonald is one of the funniest stand-ups around. A dark, deadpan and deadly funny comedian, Macdonald is a purist when it comes to stand-up. No fancy gimmicks, no purposely relatable or topical quips. Just a man who has mastered the tedious craft of telling jokes.

Career Highlights: New Netflix show "Norm Macdonald Has a Show;" two early-2000s sitcoms ("Norm" and "A Minute With Stan Hooper"); judge on NBC's "Last Comic Standing;" author of "Based on a True Story;" appearances in "The Orville," "The Middle," "Girlboss" and "Sunnyside;" and roles in "Billy Madison," "The Animal," "Grown Ups" and "Doctor Dolittle"


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Norm Macdonald is best known for his 4 year stint on Saturday Night live where Chevy Chase noted he was the best anchor to ever grace the chair. He is a favorite guest on Late Night shows, having performed the final stand-up set ever on David Letterman. Mr. Letterman referred to Norm as the funniest man in the world. Conan O'Brien also lists Norm as his favorite guest.

After leaving SNL, Norm starred in 2 movies, one being the cult classic "Dirty Work" and also appears in many Adam Sandler films, including his first "Billy Madison", where Norm played Adam's best friend. Norm also starred in 3 television series. This year he became a judge on "Last Comic Standing" as well as portraying Colonel Sanders in an avant-garde Series of spots for KFC.

His tour-de force anti comedy roast of Bob Saget became an instant classic, as well as the fiveminute "Moth Joke" on Conan which received a full one-minute laugh. These, though, are only experiments Norm tries out on TV appearances.

It is still Norm's stand-up which is his pure gift. His 2011 Comedy Special "Me Doing Stand-up" was hailed by The Guardian as one of the best Stand-up Specials of all time and Comedy Central name him in their top 100 comedians of all time. Norm retires all material he has used on specials and guarantees that no two shows will ever be identical. If you know Norm Macdonald, but do not know his stand-up, you do not know him. He is a stand-up comedian who must be seen to be believed.