Norman Gene Macdonald, professionally known as Norm Macdonald, is a Canadian born stand-up comedian, actor, producer and writer. With an estimated net worth of $2 million, he is best known as the cast member of Saturday Night Live alongside Lorne Michaels, Will Ferrell, Andy Samberg, and many others.
Born on 17th October 1959, the 58-year-old made his debut in the entertainment industry as a writer for popular TV series Roseanne.
Here, we are going to share some information about his net assets, salary, and properties.
As of 2018, Macdonald has an estimated net worth of $2 million, but it has not stayed the same throughout the years. Back in 2007, his total asset was estimated to be worth $500,000.
Likewise, according to Net Worth Tomb, the comedian cum actor reportedly makes over $200,000 on an annual basis and also earns thousands of dollars through endorsement deals and sponsorships.
Not long ago, he and Adam Carolla appeared in the commercial for Reebok which received mixed reviews. Likewise, he has also appeared in numerous commercials for KFC.
Watch MacDonald's best KFC commercials.
Here, we have listed down some of his earnings from films and TV shows.
|1993||The Jackie Thomas Show||$361,991|
|1996-2000||The Drew Carey Show||$294,118|
|1999||Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo||$168,067|
|2001||Dr. Dolittle 2||$130,719|
These are all the information related to his net worth and salary. So, now let's talk about his properties.
For some strange reason, there is insufficient information when it comes to Macdonald's real estates and cars. However, as reported by LA Times in 2015, the comedian cum actor had reportedly listed his condo located in Santa Monica for sale.
The condo which covers 1,630 sq ft with the view of the ocean, glass walls, two baths and two beds was up on the market for $2.2 million.
Moving on to the cars he owns, there are no debuts that he owns quite a few fancy cars, but there are no cars which have been listed down.
These are the all the information about Norm Macdonald's net worth, salary, cars, and houses. Hope you enjoyed it.