Dave Attell: Hot Cross Buns (2024) – A Stand-Up Comedy Special on Netflix

Dave Attell: Hot Cross Buns
Anna Green

Dave Attell: Hot Cross Buns is a stand-up comedy special that, as is now customary on the streaming service, you will be able to enjoy on Netflix starting Tuesday, March 26th.

This time, Dave Attell once again gifts us with his unabashed, carefree humour in a special that, without a doubt, will delight fans.


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About Dave Attell

Dave Attell
Dave Attell

Dave Attell is a renowned American stand-up comedian, actor, and producer. He was born on January 18, 1965, in Queens, New York. Attell has been entertaining audiences for over three decades with his unique brand of humor that often involves dark and controversial topics.

Growing up in a working-class family in New York, Attell developed an early interest in comedy. He took part in various talent shows during his school days and also started performing stand-up at local clubs while studying at New York University. After graduation, he began pursuing comedy full-time and landed his first big break as a performer on the cult favorite sketch show “The Jon Stewart Show” in 1993.

Attell’s career gained momentum when he appeared on the popular late-night show “Late Night with David Letterman” in 1995. His witty one-liners and sharp observations caught the attention of viewers and soon he became a regular guest on the show. In 1999, he got his own show titled “The Ugly American” on Comedy Central which showcased his edgy brand of comedy that revolved around sex, drugs, alcohol, and other taboo subjects.

With the success of “The Ugly American”, Attell became a household name and went on to create another hit show called “Insomniac with Dave Attell”. The show featured him traveling to different cities across America where he would explore the local nightlife and interact with people from all walks of life. The show ran for four seasons and earned him critical acclaim for his raw yet hilarious commentary.

In addition to his TV work, Attell has released several comedy albums including Skanks for the Memories (2003), Captain Miserable (2007), Road Work (2014), Bumping Mics with Jeff Ross: Live (2018), among others. He has also lent his voice to animated shows like “Crank Yankers” and “F Is for Family”, and appeared in numerous films such as “Pootie Tang”, “Trainwreck”, and “Funny People”.

Attell’s comedy style is often described as raunchy, unfiltered, and politically incorrect. He fearlessly takes on controversial topics and turns them into jokes that leave the audience in stitches. This has earned him a dedicated fan base who appreciates his boldness and wit.

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Anna Green is a staff writer for MCM. Born in Australia, she has lived in London since 2004.
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