Norm Macdonald Net Worth

What was Norm Macdonald’s Net Worth at Death (2021)?

Norm Macdonald Net Worth:
$2 Million

Norm Macdonald Net Worth

Norm Macdonald – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $2 Million
Date of birth: October 17, 1959 – September 14, 2021 (61 years old)
Gender: Male
Profession: Comedian

Standup comedian and Saturday Night Live cast member from 1993 to 1998 who anchored Weekend Update. He appeared in numerous Adam Sandler films including Billy Madison and Grown Ups and hosted the Sports Show with Norm Macdonald on Comedy Central in 2011.

He began his career by performing in local comedy clubs in Ottawa. He later started his career in entertainment by writing for the hit show Roseanne.

He was famously fired from SNL because NBC West Coast Executive Don Ohlmeyer didn’t think he was funny but many believe Ohlmeyer’s friendship with OJ Simpson, who was often mocked on Update, was the cause.


Norm Macdonald began his career as a stand-up comedian. In 1987, he appeared in the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival held in Montreal, Canada. In 1992, he became a writer of the television show ‘The Dennis Miller Show.’ He was also the story editor and writer of ‘Roseanne.’ He then guests appeared in ‘The Jackie Thomas Show.’

Norm Macdonald Wealth
When Norm Macdonald died, the year of 2021, he had quite the decent net worth.

Personal Life

He had a son named Dylan with Connie Macdonald, whom he was married to from 1988 until 1996. He had two brothers, Leslie and Neil Macdonald, who both became journalists with the CBC.

He was Conan O’Brien’s favorite guest.


“I’ve just seen really, really funny guys, and if I didn’t know them, I wouldn’t know they were funny from the television. I don’t know what it does, it just sucks it away.”

— Norm Macdonald

“I like to do talk show appearances where I get to just be myself, and I do stand-up where I can completely be myself. That’s what I’ve always loved the most, of anything.”

— Norm Macdonald

“I don’t really like doing big stand-up. Whenever I do theaters, I don’t like ’em. I don’t think they’re right for stand-up. I’ve seen people in theaters, and it just doesn’t work, because you’re talking to the guy next to you the whole time.”

— Norm Macdonald

“Stand-up has the best writers, because it’s the hardest writing by a million miles.”

— Norm Macdonald

“Comedy is surprises, so if you’re intending to make somebody laugh and they don’t laugh, that’s funny.”

— Norm Macdonald