David Cross Confirms An Australian Tour Is On The Way

8 January 2016 | 11:59 am | Staff Writer

I think I just blue myself.

Earlier this week, comedian and actor David Cross announced he will be returning to the stage for the first time in six years for a US stand-up tour starting later this month and during an appearance on The Daily Show With Trevor Noah he also let slip that an Australian tour is in the works, which he again reiterated earlier today. 

Taking to his Facebook to clear up some confusion in regards to some of the US tour dates, the 51-year-old, probably best known for his role as Tobias Funke in classic sitcom Arrested Development, revealed that he has plans to tour through Canada, Europe and Australia in the coming months. 

The post reads, "Also will be posting all Canadian dates as they get finalized. Then Europe and Australia later. Sorry for the pain in the assness of it all but I can't wait to get out there and see everybody."


Hey all, just wanted to address the issue of some of the cities that are not listed on the tour calendar. For example I...

Posted by David Cross on Thursday, 7 January 2016

His last comedy tour, Bigger and Blackerer, took place in 2010 and ever since Cross has devoted his time to film and television which included a fourth season of Arrested Development, his directorial debut in 2014's Hits, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and new Netflix sketch show With Bob & David which sees him reunite with Mr Show co-star Bob Odenkirk

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Until official tour dates are announced, we will have to sit back and wait patiently, but to be honest the suspense is already killing us. 

Stay tuned to theMusic for details as they become available.