What is Norm McDonald’s Net Worth?


Canada’s comedian, writer, actor, and director Norm McDonald.

McDonald’s became well-known after he wrote for the sitcom Roseanne in his early career. He was cast on “Saturday Night Live” for five years. After leaving SNL, he appeared in “Dirty Work” in 1998.

Norm McDonald’s networth is approximately $2.5 Million as of July 20,22.

Early Life

Norm McDonald was a Canadian citizen who was born in Quebec City, on the 17th of October 1959. His parents were both teachers. His father also served in the Canadian Army during World War II.

McDonald’s has a brother named Neil MacDonald who is a journalist. He also has a younger brother called Leslie. Norm graduated from Quebec High School.


Norm McDonald first performed comedy in Ottawa’s stand-up clubs. He was elected “One the most popular comedians in this country” after a single appearance at a comedy festival.

MacDonald joined NBC’s Saturday Night Live in 1993. There, he did impressions of Burt Reynolds (Larry King), Larry King, and David Letterman. Charles Kuralt, Quentin Tarantino and Bob Dole. He co-wrote the comedy film ‘Dirty Work,’ and also starred.

He made appearances on television and in films throughout his career. Between 2009 and 2010, he was a frequent guest on “The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien”.


Here are some highlights from Norm MacDonald’s professional career:

  • Norm MacDonald Live (Video podcast, 2013)
  • Norm Macdonald Has a Show (Talk show, 2018)
  • Best Stand-up Comics of All Time (Paste Magazine) 

Two Lessons from Norm McDonald on Comedy

Now that you’re familiar with Norm’s net worth and how he became successful, let’s take a look back at the most important lessons we can learn.

1. Comedy Is Comedy

Comedy is full of surprises. If you want to make someone laugh, it’s hilarious.

2. Give it your best

If you try your best to make people laugh, and fail, they will hate you. You are not trying to harm them, but your intent is the exact same. Give it your all.

Favorite Quotes by Norm McDonald

Two things a man should avoid are giving advice he wouldn’t follow and asking for advice when he wants to pursue his own opinions.

Love is an artful arrangement involving artless pretensions. In order to look innocent in our most cunning desires, we work to create love.