Trevor Noah Biography
Trevor Noah is a South African stand-up comedian, television show host, political commentator, writer, actor, and producer. Trevor is best known as the host of the American satirical news program The Daily Show, which airs on Comedy Central.
Trevor Noah Age
How old is Trevor? The Daily Show host Trevor is 38 years old as of 20th February 2022. He was born in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1984 and grew up in Soweto.
Trevor Noah Education
Noah went to Maryvale College, a private Roman Catholic primary and high school in Johannesburg.
Trevor Noah Nationality
Trevor is an African national and citizen by birth. She was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa. He is of black ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.
Trevor Noah Height
The famous South African TV Host Trevor stands at a height of 5’11” (180 cm).
Trevor Noah Family| Parents
The African comedian was born in the South African province of Gauteng. Robert, his father, is of Swiss-German ancestry, and Patricia Nombuyiselo Noah, his mother, is Xhosa. Trevor was raised in the black township of Soweto by Patricia and her mother, Nomalizo Frances Noah. Noah’s mother was a Black woman, and his father was a White man.
Trevor Noah Married| Wife| Children
In terms of love, Noah dated American singer and model Jordyn Taylor. He began dating television actress Minka Kelly in 2020. The couple split up in May 2022.
Trevor Noah’s Net worth
He has an estimated net worth of $4 million.
Trevor Noah Career
Noah first appeared in a minor role in an episode of the South African television show ‘Isidingo.’ He then began hosting his own radio show on YFM called ‘Noah’s Ark.’ He then left the show to concentrate on comedy, performing with South African comedians such as Kagiso Lediga, David Kau, Riaad Moosa, Marc Lottering, and Nik Rabinowitz, as well as international comedians such as Carl Barron, Paul Rodriguez, and Dan Ilic. Noah has appeared as a comedian in events and programs such as ‘The Blacks Only Comedy Show,’ ‘Vodacom Campus Comedy Tour,’ ‘Heavyweight Comedy Jam,’ ‘Cape Town International Comedy Festival,’ ‘Bafunny Bafunny,’ and ‘Jozi Comedy Festival.’ Among his stand-up specials are ‘Crazy Normal,’ ‘The Daywalker,’ and ‘That’s Racist.’
Noah went on to host the educational television show ‘Run The Adventure’ on SABC 2. In 2007, he hosted ‘The Real Goboza,’ a gossip-themed talk show on SABC 1. He co-hosted ‘The Amazing Date’ with Pabi Moloi the following year. That same year, the host and comedian appeared on the fourth season of ‘Strictly Come Dancing.’ He then appeared in the comedy series ‘Trevor Noah: The Racist.’ He made an appearance in the 2012 film ‘Mad Buddies.’ He became a recurring contributor on the late-night talk and news satire show ‘The Daily Show with Jon Stewart’ two years later. On March 30, 2015, he took over as host of the show from Stewart. Noah then created the talk show in 2017.
Trevor Noah TV Shows and Movies
♦ 2019 – Klepper as an executive producer or 8 episodes
♦ 2018 – Son of Patricia (stand-up special)
♦ 2018 – Black Panther as Griot (voice)
♦ 2018 – American Vandal in the episode “The Brownout”
♦ 2017–2018 – The Opposition with Jordan Klepper as an executive producer and co-creator
♦ 2017 – Trevor Noah: There’s a Gupta On My Stoep (stand-up special)
♦ 2017 – Nashville in the episode “Fire and Rain”
♦ 2017 – Afraid of the Dark (stand-up special)
♦ 2015 – Pay Back the Funny (stand-up special)
♦ 2015 – Lost in Translation (stand-up special)
♦ 2015–present – The Daily Show with him as the host, a writer, and executive producer
♦ 2014–2015 – The Daily Show with Jon Stewart as a correspondent
♦ 2013 – It’s My Culture (stand-up special)
♦ 2013 – African American (stand-up special)
♦ 2012 – Mad Buddies as Bookie
♦ 2012 – Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand Up Revolution in episode “2.1”
♦ 2012 – Comedy Central Roast of Steve Hofmeyr as the host
♦ 2011 – Taka Takata as Pilo
♦ 2011 – You Laugh But It’s True (documentary)