Norm MacDonald is perhaps still best known for his four-year stint on Saturday Night Live, but he's a favorite guest on late-night shows, performing the final standup set ever on the Late Show With David Letterman. He's starred in many movies, including the cult classic Dirty Work and a handful of Adam Sandler films, as well as three television series; he became a judge on Last Comic Standing and also portrayed Colonel Sanders in an avant-garde series of spots for KFC. As a comic, MacDonald's wooly, halting rhythm and bizarre anti-logic pushes the boundaries of the standup form in exciting and unpredictable directions. Norm is in fine form both on his recent special Hitler's Dog, Gossip & Trickery and bonkers new — and heavily fictionalized — book Based on True Story: A Memoir. Visit the Comedy Works events page to learn more and buy tickets, $38.