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What is the average height of stand-up comedian Mark Normand and how does it compare to the average height of comedians in general?

Mark Normand's height is approximately 5'8" (172.72 cm).

The average height for male comedians is around 5'9" (175.26 cm), making Normand slightly below average.

Height does not determine comedic success, as evidenced by Normand's successful career in stand-up comedy.

A 2004 study in the journal "Perceptual and Motor Skills" found that taller individuals may have an advantage in certain social situations due to perceived authority, but this does not necessarily apply to comedy.

A 2017 study in the "Journal of Nonverbal Behavior" suggested that height can influence perceptions of humor ability, but this is not always the case.

In a 2013 study in the "Journal of Research in Personality," taller men reported more confidence, but this also does not directly correlate with comedic success.

Normand began his stand-up comedy career in 2006, performing at Lucy's Retired Surfer Bar in New Orleans.

He has since made appearances on "Conan," "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," and "The John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show" on Comedy Central.

Normand's observational humor and expert delivery have gained him international recognition as a touring comedian.

In addition to stand-up comedy, Normand has also appeared in the television series "Horace and Pete" and the 2019 film "Isn't It Romantic?"

Normand has been engaged to fellow comedian Mae Planert since 2017.

He hosts the podcast "Tuesdays with Stories" with co-host Joe List, featuring interviews with fellow comedians and industry professionals.

Normand has also released two comedy albums, "Still Got It" in 2013 and "Don't Be Yourself" in 2017.

He has performed in various comedy festivals, including the Just for Laughs festival in Montreal and the Bridgetown Comedy Festival.

In a 2016 interview with "The Laugh Button," Normand mentioned his love for basketball and how it influenced his comedy style.

Normand has also worked as a writer for the television series "Inside Amy Schumer" and "The Late Late Show with James Corden."

He has been featured in numerous "Best Comedians" lists, including Rolling Stone's "25 Best Stand-Up Comedians of 2016."

Normand's humor often touches on personal experiences and observations, as well as societal issues and current events.

He has also performed in various charity events, including the "New York Comedy Festival's Laughter Is The Best Medicine" benefit show for the Cancer Research Institute.

Normand has been a guest on several podcasts, including "Comedy Bang!

Bang!," "WTF with Marc Maron," and "The Joe Rogan Experience."

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