About David Arnold
David A. Arnold has been the best-kept secret in comedy until now. A 20-year stand-up veteran who has made his living performing, acting and writing for TV and film. David has performed on everything from Comedy Central to BET. He has three stand-up specials to his credit and working on a fourth that will soon be produced by Kevin Hart.
David’s had many successes in the standup arena with TV performances like Comedy Central’s “The Ruckus” and “Laffapalooza” with Jamie Foxx, BET’s “Comic View,” The Mo’Nique Show and HBO’s “Def Comedy Jam.”
He raised his profile with his self-produced DVD in 2010 entitled “I’ve Never Heard of You Either!” and performances on the “Shaq’s All Star Comedy Tour”. He’s also written on TV shows like “The Rickey Smiley Show” for TV One, OWN’s “Raising Whitley” where David served as an associate producer. “Tyler Perry’s House of Payne” and ”Meet the Browns” where he wrote and landed a reoccurring role on the show as “Darnell” the irresponsible teacher. David also hosted the first season of TV One’s “Black Men Revealed”.