At this point in his career — more than two decades after his first Emmy Award (in 1993, as a writer for “The Ben Stiller Show”) and less than two years after the birth of his first child (a daughter, Marlow Alice Cross) — David Cross has found a comfortable rhythm to his work.
His new British TV series “Bliss,” which Cross wrote and directed, offers him an outlet for self-contained storytelling. Bit parts in films ranging from Steven Spielberg’s “The Post” to Boots Riley’s critically acclaimed “Sorry to Bother You” help pay the bills and burnish his prestige. And his cheerily caustic, bear-poking, Grammy-nominated stand-up gives Cross a chance to opine on the world’s absurdities.
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