Born Oct. 17, 1963, in Quebec City, MacDonald made his feature film debut in 1995's Billy Madison alongside his "SNL" crony Adam Sandler. In 1996, MacDonald portrayed a network reporter in The People vs. Larry Flynt before co-scripting and co-starring in 1998's Dirty Work. That same year, he voiced Lucky (the dog) in the Eddie Murphy-starred remake of Dr. Dolittle, a role he would reprise in two sequels (2001, 2006).
Other films for MacDonald -- whose ABC sitcom "The Norm Show" ran for three seasons -- include Screwed (opposite Dave Chappelle) and The Animal (2001).
Moving into his late grandfather's house, young Jack inherits the old man's dog, Skipper (Norm MacDonald) — who can talk! With the sassy pooch's help, Jack learns that grandpa left a priceless Spanish treasure hidden somewhere in the town. Jack joins forces with a trio of clever neighbor kids — a goth girl, a socialite, and a jokester — to find the valuable booty, with Skipper leading the way. But can they outrun the brazen, bumbling thieves that will stop at nothing to seize the prize for themselves?
- Dr. Dolittle
- Billy Madison
- Jack and Jill
- The People vs. Larry Flynt
- Dr. Dolittle 2
- Dirty Work
- Best of the Larry Sanders Show
- The Animal
- Farce of the Penguins
- Senior Skip Day
- Just for Laughs: Stand-Up: Over the Edge
- The Fairly OddParents: Fairy Idol
- Roast of Bob Saget: Uncensored Extended
- Hollywood and Wine