Trevor Noah is an award-winning comedian, writer and television host.
Hailing from South Africa and born a mixed-raced child under Apartheid, Trevor challenges the status-quo through his unique perspective. He first rose to prominence in his native country, releasing five hour-long stand-up specials and eventually going on to sell more DVDs than any other stand-up on the African continent. He has also hosted numerous television shows in his home country, including the national music, television and film awards, the South African Comedy Festival, and two seasons of his own late night talk show.
Trevor’s rise to the top of the global comedy and entertainment scene has been nothing short of meteoric. His US television debut on The Tonight Show in 2012 led to multiple invitations to return as well as appearances on fellow late night institution The Late Show With David Letterman. He was made Senior International Correspondent on satirical giant The Daily Showin 2015 and after just three appearances was appointed host of the show, taking over from Jon Stewart in one of the most coveted and prestigious jobs in US and indeed global comedy.
Trevor is also fast becoming a household name in the UK, appearing on leading UK TV shows such as C4’s 8 Out of 10 Cats, BBC’s Live At The Apollo, QI and Would I Lie To You. In 2014 he performed in front of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at The Royal Variety Performance and in 2015 for legendary charity Comic Relief as part of Red Nose Day at London’s prestigious Palladium Theatre.
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