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Norm Macdonald left an hour of new material behind for one last special that will hit Netflix 'soon'

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Fans of the late comedian Norm Macdonald will get to see him perform one last time, according to his sister-in-law Joyce Napier.Eight months after the Saturday Night Live alum died of cancer at the age of 61 following a nine-year battle with leukemia, the Canadian TV journalist, 63, revealed herhusband's brothersecretly recorded a stand-up special.'It turns out Norm left an hour of new material behind, recorded in his apartment during the lockdown,' she wrote. 'It'll be a Netflix comedy special soon. 'So, we have that.

Which is precisely what Norm wanted.' One final laugh:Fans of the late comedian Norm Macdonald will get to see him perform one last time, according to his sister-in-law Joyce Napier; seen in 2008Napier wrote a tribute to Macdonald for CTV News, in which she described how theformer Weekend Update legend's family and friendscame together for a belated memorial service in Los Angeles last weekend. 'He chose to die privately, his cancer undisclosed to all but a tiny family circle.

In an era when people write soul-baring essays about a torn rotator cuff, he kept his condition a secret from just about everyone,' she quipped.Napier continued: 'We’d celebrated Norm...It was poignant, it was funny, it was lovely, and he’s gone.' Devastating loss: Eight months after the Saturday Night Live alum died of cancer at the age of 61 following a nine-year battle with leukemia, the Canadian TV journalist, 63, revealed her husband's brother secretly recorded a stand-up special; seen in 2003David Spade said the recording 'definitely' made him cry as he watched the special alongsideMacdonald’s closest friends on Wednesday's episode of hisFly on the Wallpodcast.In September, Macdonald'slongtime producing partner and friend Lori.

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