Norm provides the voice of Frank the beaver in the commercials for Bell.
Norm was one question away from winning $1 million for charity on "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire." He knew the answer, but Regis talked him out of it.
He once used the f-word live on Saturday Night Live.
Norm has back problems.
Norm broadcasts interviews on Adam Carolla's early morning radio show. Norm has troubles getting up so early so he usually gives the interview over the telephone. Adam likes to give Norm a hard time about this. Adam has even photographed a telephone and put Norm's name under it.
Both Dirty Work and Screwed bombed in the box office.
Norm is well-known for making up information about himself.
Norm was a stand up comedian in comedy clubs throughout Canada until he moved to Los Angeles, California.
Norm appeared in 98 episodes of Saturday Night Live.
Comedy Central Records released Norm's album, Ridiculous, on September 12, 2006.
Norm plays a voice in the 2007 movie Farce of the Penquins.
Norm had his own 2005 Comedy Central special called Back to Norm.
Norm had his own television series originally called The Norm Show, but during the second season was changed to just Norm.
Norm made it to the 1 million dollar question on Who Wants to be a Millionaire?.
Norm is the father of a child named Dylan.
Norm dropped out of high school at 15 years old.
Norm plays Earl McManus in the 2005 film Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo.
Norm plays Willard Fillmore in the 2000 film Screwed.
Norm is Michael Richards in the 1999 film Man On The Moon.
Norm is a bartender in the 1999 film Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo.
Norm played the part of Mitch Weaver in the 1998 film Dirty Work.
Norm was the voice of Lucky in the 1998 film Dr. Dolittle.
Norm played the character Frank in the 1995 film Billy Madison.
Norm was the voice of Lucky the Dog in the Dr. Dolittle remakes.
He is the middle child of three boys; his brothers Leslie and Neil MacDonald are both newscasters for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Norm was fired in Season 23 of SNL for not being funny enough. The next year he was asked to host the show. During his performance, Norm asked, (In one year) ...how did I go from not being allowed to be in the building, to hosting the show?...how did I get so god d@*m Funny?.. I didnt get more funny, the show has just gotten really, really bad"
Norm: I saw Interview with a vampire this week and here is my review: Not gay enough.
Norm: My doctor tried to scare me out of smoking. My doc, he showed me a picture of a smokers lung. Ahh, it was gross and distugsting. Then he showed me a picture of a healthy guys lung. Ahh, it was gross and distugsting.
Norm: Man. There's crazy guys everywhere. I was reading about this guy in the paper. Get this, folks. The guy I was reading about, he killed his whole family because the devil told him to. Do you believe that? What a dork, huh?
(On SNL, Weekend Update)
Norm:This week in the former Soviet Union, an American engineer for a San Diego-based company was arrested and charged with spying for the United States. Russian authorities say he was caught attempting to smuggle out their secret formula for alcoholism and despair.
Norm: In Nebraska, a man was sentenced for killing a female crossdresser [sic] who had accused him of rape and two of her friends. Excuse me if this sounds harsh, but in my mind, they all deserved to die.
(On SNL after the OJ Simpson Verdict.)
Norm: Well, it's official: murder is legal in the state of California.
Norm: I would love to stay at SNL forever. But you can't stay in the same place. People think you're a loser.
Norm: Scientists believe they may have discovered a primitive form of life on Jupiter's moon Europa. That primitive form of life? You guessed it, Frank Stallone.
Norm: I'm not gay, so I don't know much about Broadway musicals.
Norm: I was in my peak physical condition when I was about like, uh... one. Oh God, I looked good, young and fresh! You wouldn't know me now if you'd seen me when I was one, you know? I even looked good for my age. People would come up to me and go, 'what are you, zero?' And I'd go, 'no, I'm one over here!'