Norm MacDonald, the actor and comedian most known for his longtime role in SNL's Weekend Update, will be performing at the Seneca Niagara Casino Event's Center Saturday night.

Most recently, Macdonald hosted the Sports Show With Norm Macdonald on Comedy Central where he satirized sports news similar how Stephen Colbert covers politics. If you watch Family Guy, you know that Norm is the voice of the recurring character "Death," a humorous grim reaper.

Macdonald will be performing stand-up at the Casino, something he enjoys doing much more now than he used to, according to an interview with Artvoice. "I like it way more because I’m better at it. The better you get at something, the more relaxed you get. Even though I still get nervous, I’m usually confident that I won’t be booed off the stage. That happens less frequently than it used to."

The show begins Saturday at at 8 P.M. Tickets are $20, and admission is open to all ages although kids under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Check out some of Norm's work on Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update:

[Artvoice]