On September 7, the Netflix celebrity passed away while on a comedy tour.
Arnold reportedly passed away “peacefully” at home, according to family members.
According to coroners, the comedian passed away naturally.
Arnold was three stops into a national comedy tour when he died.
“Our tight-knit comedy community mourns the loss of one of the greatest to do it,” his friend Chris Spencer said.
He was regarded with admiration by his contemporaries, revered by veterans, and idolised by the budding comedians that he trained.
Arnold will be “deeply missed,” according to Spencer.
For the late comedian, tributes have poured in.
Bobby Lee, a comedian and actor, remarked, “I’ve known you for 20 years. a wonderful person and comedian. Heartbroken.”
Loni Love, a star of the Detroit television show, also wrote on her website: “My brother is gone… thank you for the laughs, the encouragement, and the inspiration.. my love and prayers to his lovely wife Julie, and his beautiful daughters… we are all heartbroken.”
Yvette Nicole Brown, a local actress, said: “Too soon, one of Cleveland’s best performers left the stage. 54 is far too young. It doesn’t feel authentic.”
Bryan Behar, the producer of Fuller House, called Arnold “one of the funniest comedians” he had ever seen.
Added him: “David was now enjoying the results of his decades of labour. May he be blessed in memory.”
On Jamie Foxx’s Comedy Central programme Laffapalooza, Arnold made an appearance.
Additionally, David A. Arnold: Fat Ballerina, his stand-up comedy special, made its Netflix debut in 2020.
The comic’s gig Just a few weeks before he passed away, David A. Arnold: It Ain’t for the Weak was published.
He offered viewers a behind-the-scenes insight into his family life during the program.
Arnold was also a writer, producing content for the TBS sitcom Meet the Browns, House of Payne, and The Rickey Smiley Show.