With two Netflix specials below his belt and a comedy tour underway, comic David A. Arnold handed away at 54 on Wednesday.
Arnold, who has graced the business for many years, solely debuted his second Netflix stand-up “It Ain’t For The Weak” in July. His present was produced by Kevin Hart’s manufacturing firm.
In a press release to the Los Angeles Occasions, his household revealed the upsetting information, writing, “We verify the premature passing of our husband, father, brother and good friend…David handed away peacefully at the moment in his dwelling and docs have dominated the reason for loss of life attributable to pure causes. Please hold our household in prayer and respect our privateness presently as we’re all shocked and devastated by this loss.”
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Arnold, whose credit embrace creator of “That Lady Lay Lay” on Nickelodeon and a author on Netflix’s “Fuller Home,” leaves behind two daughters and a spouse.
In 2020, Arnold celebrated his sobriety anniversary, sharing his accomplishment in a Fb publish.
His most up-to-date cease on his “Tempo Ya Self” tour was in San Francisco from Sept. 2-3. His subsequent cease would have been in New Jersey on Sept. 22-24.
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No additional feedback have been shared from his household presently.