He Said She Said

He Said She Said


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About He Said She Said

Kym Whitley is a staple on television, guest-starring on popular shows such as ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” HBO’s “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” Disney’s “That’s So Raven,”
ABC’s “My Wife And Kids,” FOX’s “The Cleveland Show,” NBC’s “Animal Practice,” BET’s “Let’s Stay Together,” CBS’s “2 Broke Girls” and currently playing the voice of Honeybee on “Black Dynamite: The Animated Series” on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim. Kym is now producing and starring in Nickelodeon’s “Kymplicated” and OWN’S “Raising Whitley.” Kym is also an in-demand big screen player, starring alongside some of Hollywood’s elite such as Matt Damon, Johnny Depp, Jim Carrey, Jennifer Aniston, Martin Lawrence, Ice Cube and Eddie Murphy. Whitley’s past credits include box office hits “We Bought A Zoo,” “Rango,” “Fun with Dick and Jane,” “Along Came Polly,” “I Love You Man,” “Deliver Us From Eva,” “College Road Trip,” “Next Friday,” and “Nutty Professor II: The Klumps,” among many others.
Kym Whitley starred in her own docu-series titled “Raising Whitley” for 4 season on OWN, which followed Kym as she takes on the role of a lifetime – being a mom to her
adorable son Joshua, who she adopted in 2011. The show also highlighted Kym’s chaotic collective of friends – whom she calls "The Village” – as they attempt to do something
none of them have ever done before: raise a baby…together. The show’s premiere episode drew a total of 1.2 million viewers, making it the fifth highest-rated-premiere in the history of OWN. In addition to her television and film appearances, Kym Whitley continues to perform sidesplitting stand-up routines throughout the world. Presently, she hosts “Ladies’ Night
Live” at The Comedy Union in Los Angeles. She also owns and operates Kwick Whit Productions and has produced several projects including “Love Chronicles,” “Cruising
for Love with Kym Whitley,” and the feature length film, “35 and Ticking.” With all this talent, it comes as no surprise that Whitley’s career continues to flourish with several upcoming television and movie projects.
Whitley’s personal passions include raising her son Joshua, as well as, giving back to her community and causes that touch her heart. As a result, she donates her time and talents to numerous fundraisers and charities. A few of her passions are HBCU’s (Historically Black Colleges and Universities), women shelters, victim’s rights and anything having to do with children. Whitley started her own non-profit called Comics 4 Kids, which she uses to host toy drives during Christmas and a celebrity basketball game on the east coast.

David A Arnold has been comedy’s best-kept secret, until now. Known for his writing Arnold is now stepping out of the shadows and into the spotlight with the development of his own TV Show by Executive Producer and comedy powerhouse, Kevin Hart. David’s been very successful in the stand up arena with numerous performances on everything from “The Ruckus” on Comedy Central to “Def
Comedy Jam” on HBO. He’s toured with “Shaq’s All Star Comedy Tour” and is now on his own tour “He Said She Said Comedy Tour” with funny lady Kym Whitley. David is prepping for his new stand up special to follow his last self
produced DVD in 2010 entitled “I’ve Never Heard of You Either!” Arnold has written on TV shows like, Zoe Ever After and Real Husbands Of Hollywood on BET. Kelsey Grammer/Martin Lawrence’s sitcom, “Partners” on FX. David has also written on TV shows like The Rickey Smiley Show for TV One, OWNS’ “Raising Whitley”, Tyler Perry’s House of Payne and Meet the Browns.
David has also performed at the Montreal Comedy Festival (2), on Comedy Central’s Laffapalooza with Jamie Foxx and Cedric the Entertainer, The Tom Joyner Show, Baisden After Dark, Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen, BET’s
Comicview, The Monique Late Night Talk show, HBO’s Entourage and Def Comedy Jam.
David’s fresh, edgy humor on life, love and family will have you laughing and thinking all at the same time.
Based out of Los Angeles, Arnold can be seen working out his stand up at clubs like, the Laugh Factory, the Comedy Union, the Comedy Store, the Improv and Ha Ha
Cafe. David A. Arnold is well on his way to being one of the industry’s best!