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David A. Arnold, an American stand-up comedian, has died; the cause of death is specified.

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David A. Arnold, an American stand-up comedian, has died; the cause of death is specified. Respected stand-up comedian, actor, television writer, and producer David A. Arnold died unexpectedly on Wednesday. He was 54. “We hate to notify you of the untimely passing of David A. Arnold, our husband, father, brother, and friend. Today, David passed away quietly at his home due to natural causes, as determined by doctors. Please pray for our family and respect our privacy during this difficult time, as we are all surprised and grieved by this loss,” his family wrote in a statement. Follow More Updates at Rapiddnews.com

David A. Arnold, an American stand-up comedian, has died; the cause of death is specified.
David A. Arnold, an American stand-up comedian, has died; the cause of death is specified.

Our tight-knit comedy community mourns the passing of one of the all-time greats. He was admired by his contemporaries, respected by his fellow veterans, and revered by the up-and-coming comedians he taught. Arnold will be much missed, especially by his comic fraternity, said Chris Spencer, Arnold’s best buddy, in a separate statement.

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Arnold was on hiatus from his continuing Pace Ya Self comedy tour, which was scheduled to resume on September 22 in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

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David A. Arnold, an American stand-up comedian, has died; the cause of death is specified. began his comedy career in 1997 after being born on March 15, 1968. He has released two Netflix comedy specials: “Fat Ballerina” in 2019 and “It Ain’t for the Weak” in 2022. Throughout his career, he has appeared on “Def Comedy Jam,” “Jamie Foxx Presents Laffapalooza,” and the Montreal Comedy Festival.

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Arnold also wrote extensively for television, acting as a writer and producer on Netflix’s “Fuller House,” inventing the Nickelodeon series “That Girl Lay Lay,” also a Netflix smashes, and writing among others, for “Meet the Browns,” “Tyler Perry’s House of Payne,” and “The Tony Rock Project.”

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