Trevor Noah is a South African comedian, television presenter, producer, writer, political commentator and actor. He is the host of The Daily Show, an American satirical news program on Comedy Central. Born in Johannesburg, Noah began his career as a comedian, television presenter and actor in South Africa in 2002. Since then he has had a number of host roles. Submitted for South African Broadcasting Corporation and was a finalist in the fourth season of South African Loop from Serious to Dance in 2008. From 2010 to 2011, he hosted the late night talk show Tonight with Trevor Noah, the show he created and broadcast on M-Net and DStv. Noah began appearing on American late-night chat shows and English-speaking boards. In 2014, he became a senior international reporter for the Daily Show, and in 2015, he took over as longtime host Jon Stewart. His autobiographical comedy Born a Crime was published in 2016 and has received critical acclaim.
|Born||February 20, 1984, Johannesburg, South Africa|
|Medium||Stand-up, television, film, books|
|Genres||Political/news satire, observational comedy, surreal humor, black comedy, insult comedy, deadpan|
|Subject(s)||Mass media/news media/media criticism, American politics, South African culture, current events, race relations, pop culture|
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Comedian who has released stand-up comedy specials called The Daywalker and Crazy Normal. He also starred in a one-man show called That's Racist. In 2015, he was named as the successor to Jon Stewart on Comedy Central's The Daily Show.
He was 18 years old when he played a minor role on the soap opera Isidingo and soon after began to host his own radio show called Noah's Ark.
A lot of his comedy stems from his mixed racial heritage. His father is Swiss and his mother is South African. He began a relationship with Minka Kelly in 2020.
He has performed with comedian Paul Rodriguez.
- New Yorkers Make Newspapers - New York is known as the Media Capital of the World. An integral part of this is a large number of journalists covering issues of the International Metropolitan Area, the United States, business, entertainment and New York from Manhattan.
- Media reviews
- South African autobiographies
- South African satirist
- South African television writers
- South African television producers
- South African actor
- 21st century South African actor
- The host talks late at night on television
- Progressivism in South Africa
- People of color in South Africa
- South African television actor
- South African expatriates in the United States
- South Africans immigrated to the United States
- The Xhosa
Latest information about Trevor Noah updated on June 14 2021.