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With two Netflix specials and a comedy tour under his belt, comedian David A. Arnold died Wednesday at the age of 54.

Arnold, who has graced the industry for decades, debuted his second Netflix stand-up “It Ain’t for the Week” in July. His show was produced by Kevin Hart’s production company.


In a statement to the Los Angeles Times, his family revealed the disturbing news, writing, “We confirm the untimely passing of our husband, father, brother and friend … David passed away at his home today. Gaya and doctors have stated the cause of death. Natural causes. Please keep our family in prayer and respect our privacy at this time as we are all shocked and devastated by this loss.”

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Arnold, whose credits include the creator of “That Girl Takes You” on Nickelodeon and the author of Netflix’s “Fuller House,” is survived by two daughters and a wife.

In 2020, Arnold celebrates his sobriety anniversary by sharing his achievement Facebook post.

Their most recent stop on their “Pace or Self” tour was in San Francisco from September 2–3. Their next stop would have been in New Jersey on September 22-24.

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David A.  Arnold had two stand-up specials on Netflix.  His most recent one was produced by Kevin Hart's production company, Heartbeat.

No further comments have been shared from his family at the moment.

David A.  Arnold leaves behind his children and wife.