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Best known by many for his dead-on (and dead-funny) impersonations of Robert Dole during his five-year tenure at "Saturday Night Live" (1993-98), Norm MacDonald began his Hollywood career as a stand-up comic and then a writer on shows such as "The Dennis Miller Show" and "Roseanne."

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).

Norm MacDonald in Jack and Jill

Jack and Jill

2011 PG

Adam Sandler pulls double duty as family man Jack and his overbearing twin sister, Jill, who settles in over the holidays for an extended stay. Her visit was supposed to be temporary ... but now it feels painfully permanent.

  • Norm MacDonald in Dr. Dolittle Dr. Dolittle
  • Norm MacDonald in Billy Madison Billy Madison
  • Norm MacDonald in The People vs. Larry Flynt The People vs. Larry Flynt
  • Norm MacDonald in Dr. Dolittle 2 Dr. Dolittle 2
  • Norm MacDonald in Dirty Work Dirty Work
  • Norm MacDonald in The Animal The Animal
  • Norm MacDonald in Hollywood and Wine Hollywood and Wine
  • Norm MacDonald in Farce of the Penguins Farce of the Penguins
  • Norm MacDonald in Roast of Bob Saget: Uncensored Extended Roast of Bob Saget: Uncensored Extended
  • Norm MacDonald in Best of the Larry Sanders Show Best of the Larry Sanders Show
  • Norm MacDonald in Screwed Screwed
  • Norm MacDonald in The Fairly OddParents: Fairy Idol The Fairly OddParents: Fairy Idol
  • Norm MacDonald in Senior Skip Day Senior Skip Day
  • Norm MacDonald in Just for Laughs: Stand-Up: Over the Edge Just for Laughs: Stand-Up: Over the Edge