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The last date listed for Actor/Comedian Norm MacDonald was Sunday July 22, 2007 / 7:00pm.
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Latina comedian Gina Brillon has been seen on Comedy Central's Live at Gotham, MTV3 and SiTV. She's the first Hispanic woman to win NBC's Stand Up For Diversity contest, and has opened for Ne-Yo and Chrisette Michelle in concert. Brillon, who was born in the Bronx and started her comedy career at the age of 17, has lent her outspoken observations on dating, pop culture and life to E!'s Chelsea Lately and ABC's The View. When she's not touring across the country, Brillon lives in New York. Learn More
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Featured review from Bonnie A.
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OH MY GOODNESS!!!!!!!!!!!! Friday nights 10:00 p.m. show was NOT a good show AT ALL!!! EVERYONE WAS WASTED!!! The M.C. was not funny, the opening act was worse (just talked to the audience, timing off, nothing said between jokes, and could not keep up with his jokes... if he had any). As for Norm McDonald, he was such a disappointment. I thought for sure he would get us to forget about the two comedians before him... he came out a mess. He was not put together and his act was NOT funny at all! There was sooo much quiet space between each thing that was said... if you could understand them at all. There were many guests that walked out. I was with a group of six. We knew it had to get better... we waited... it got worse.. we walked. To bad... we really wanted to enjoy the evening at the Improve.
<p>Born in Quebec City, Quebec, MacDonald started his comedy career performing in comedy clubs across Canada where he quickly moved up the ranks. MacDonald eventually moved to Los Angeles, and became a writer for the popular Roseanne television series.
MacDonald joined the cast of NBC's popular Saturday Night Live show in 1993, where he hosted the "Weekend Update" segment, and occasionally did impressions of Larry King, Burt Reynolds, David Letterman, Bob Dole and others. MacDonald parted ways with the show in 1998. Soon after, MacDonald starred in his first movie entitled Dirty Work, which was released to theaters in 1998. The film featured performances from veteran actors and comedians like Jack Warden, Don Rickles, Chevy Chase, Chris Farley, and Adam Sandler. Later that year, MacDonald would also lend his voice to one of the animals in the Eddie Murphy remake of Doctor Dolittle.
In 1999, MacDonald starred in a sitcom called The Norm Show, which lasted three seasons on the ABC. Also that year, MacDonald portrayed Michael Richards in the movie, Man On The Moon with Jim Carey which was the story of comedian Andy Kaufman's short and unusual life.