September 15 (WNN) – Stars and comedians, such as Adam Sandler, Sarah Silverman and David Letterman, paid tribute to the soft McDonald on social media after his death.
McDonald died at the age of 611 on Tuesday after a personal battle with cancer, his manager Mark Gurvits confirmed.
McDonald was best known as the host Weekend update On Live Saturday night From 1993 to 1998. He also acted in films Billy Madison, Bad work, Deuce Bigelow, Spiral And Lucky the Dog Dollytl Serial films.
He also had a sitcom title Ideal His podcast, which lasted three seasons Soft McDonald Live And a Netflix talk show that ran one season in 2018.
“We all loved soft. The hardest smile of my life with this man. The most fearless funny real man we knew. Incredible dad. A great friend. A legend. I love you,” Sandler said. On Twitter, Along with a photo of himself with Norm on set Billy Madison.
Silverman said, “Soft was a comedy genre of his own. There is no one like him on this planet. Please do yourself a favor and look at his things. He was one of all time.” On Twitter.
“In every important way, in the world of stand-up, soft was the best. An opinion shared by me and all colleagues. Always something, until you are sure, that its true delivery does not equate to you,” Letterman said. On Twitter.
“I was always delighted with his bizarre mind and sincere vision. Letterman continued.
“You were undoubtedly intelligent – the way you cared so much about your humor and words and sentences and stories was like no one else’s. Just brilliant,” Molly Shannon said in a lengthy post on Instagram. SNL Take pictures with yourself and McDonald’s.
“You were kind of in the blink of an eye. Continued.
“I’m absolutely devastated about Soft McDonald. Soft was the most unique comedy voice I’ve ever received and he was so relentlessly and uncompromisingly funny. I will never laugh so hard again. I’m so sad for all of us today,” said Conan O’Brien. On Twitter.
“Ideally, I just didn’t like you. I love you. You just didn’t make me laugh. You made me laugh and cry. I’m still crying today. The memories of all the laughter and all the joy you brought for all of us,” Rob Snyder said. On Twitter, Along with his own photos with McDonald’s, Sandler, David Spade and Tim Meadows.
“Oops [expletive]. I was a huge fan of soft McDonald’s and when I first started acting I basically tore up his delivery. I’ll be watching him on talk shows in particular. He was the funniest guest of all time. We lost the comedy giant today. One of the best of all time. RIP, ”said Seth Rosen On Twitter.
“Destroyed. I met him when I was in Ottawa at the age of 17. I was a close friend for decades. We lost a comedic talent. No other voice in comedy was incomparable, shameless, dark, funny and heartwarming.” Love, soft, ”said Bob Saget On Twitter He took a selfie with McDonald.