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David A. Arnold, humorist of Netflix specials, kicks the bucket at 54

David A. Arnold, a humorist who was a maker of the "Fuller House" reboot and the maker and showrunner of Nickelodeon's "That Girl Lay," has kicked the bucket. He was 54.

Arnold's family said in a proclamation Thursday that the specialists "controlled the reason for death because of regular causes." His family said he passed on calmly on Wednesday in his home.

"It is with incredible trouble that we affirm the inconvenient passing of our significant other, father, sibling and companion, David A. Arnold," the assertion read. "If it's not too much trouble, keep our family in petition and regard our security right now as we are undeniably stunned and crushed by this misfortune."

Arnold was a professional comic who acquired bid through his viewpoint about parenthood. He featured two Netflix satire specials "Fat Ballerina" in 2019 and the Kevin Hart-created "It Ain't for the Weak," which appeared in July. He was likewise highlighted in the Netflix is a Joke satire celebration in late April.

Arnold was three shows into his four-month satire visit called "Speed Ya Self."

He additionally composed episodes for "Meet the Browns," "The Ricky Smiley Show" and "Tyler Perry's House of Payne."