Eddie Murphy Says He “Might” Return To Stand-Up Comedy
“I haven’t done it in so long, I’m curious."
Last month marked 33 years since Eddie Murphy's Delirious comedy special premiered on HBO, and he could (finally) be ready for a return to the stage.
Murphy pondered the idea on Jimmy Kimmel Live Friday (Sept. 9) during a talk about winning the Mark Twain Prize, and joking about Bill Cosby in his speech. Kimmel asked Murphy if he'd be willing to hop back on the stand-up comedy circuit, and he didn’t exactly say no.
“I might,” Murphy revealed. “I haven’t done it in so long, I’m curious now -- so much has changed --- what would even come out? I don’t know what I would even be like.”
The 55-year-old comedian also explains why he doesn’t have a computer, an email address or a Twitter account, and does a solid Tracy Morgan impression.
Peep Murphy's impersonation of Morgan in the video below.