Veteran Actor Eddie Murphy Wants to Go Back to Stand Up Comedy

Veteran Actor Eddie Murphy Wants to Go Back to Stand Up Comedy

- Eddie Murphy is planning on making a return to stand-up comedy once the pandemic is over

- Eddie revealed this while he was doing an interview with fellow comedian Kevin Hart on a podcast

- The veteran did stand-up comedy in the 70s before he moved on to having a successful acting career

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American actor Eddie Murphy says that he wants to go back to stand-up comedy once the Covid-19 pandemic is over. Eddie said this while he was talking to fellow comedian Kevin Hart during a podcast interview.

Eddie says that he would've already made his return if it wasn't for the pandemic. His plan was to get all his acting projects out of the way and then he would go back to stand-up comedy.

“The whole time last year I would have been out working on my act, trying to get my [stuff] right, and then the whole thing shut down," said the actor.

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Veteran actor Eddie Murphy wants to go back to stand up comedy
Eddie Murphy is turning 60 years old soon but is planning on making an epic return to stand-up comedy. Image: Randy Holmes/Walt Disney Television
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Eddie said that he will only make his return once it is safe for everyone to go out. The actor will be turning 60 soon but he still wants to make the most out of his career.

Starting in the 70s, Eddie Murphy had a career in stand-up comedy and he made his mark officially in the year 1976. He then started acting in the 80s.

He has appeared in a number of movies and is even a singer. It's clear that Eddie is a "jack of all trades" and he's planning on making a major comeback.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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