Trevor Noah Biography

Trevor Noah is a South African comedian, actor, writer, television host, and political commentator.

Since September 2015, he has hosted Comedy Central’s ‘The Daily Show.’ He is also well-known as the host and creator of the DStv and M-Net show ‘Tonight with Trevor Noah.’ Noah is one of the most sought-after hosts in the entertainment business, having finished second in the fourth season of the reality dance competition show “Strictly Come Dancing.” He has hosted a variety of South African and American television programs, talk shows, and other events.

How old is Trevor Noah? – Age

He was born on 20 February 1984 in Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa. He is 37 years as of 2021.

Where did Trevor Noah go to school? – Education

Noah attended Maryvale College, a Johannesburg-based private Roman Catholic primary and secondary school.

Trevor Noah – Family

Trevor Noah was born in Johannesburg, South Africa on February 20, 1984, to Robert and Patricia Nombuyiselo Noah. His father is Caucasian, while his mother is African-American. From his mother’s subsequent marriage to Ngisaveni Abel Shingange, he has two stepbrothers called Andrew and Isaac. Noah and his mother were both physically abused by his stepfather. His mother divorced her violent spouse later in life. His father is white and his mother is black, thus he is of mixed ancestry.

Noah Wife

In terms of his love life, Noah has been dating Jordyn Taylor, an American singer, and model, since 2015.

Trevor Noah The Comedian, Actor
Trevor Noah The Comedian, Actor


What is Noah’s Salary?

His salary is estimated to be $16 million each year.

Noah Net Worth

He receives a net worth of $100 million.

Noah’s Career

In 2018, he was named one of Time magazine’s “100 Most Influential People.” Noah is a polyglot since he speaks English, Zulu, Xhosa, Sotho, Tsonga, Tswana, Afrikaans, and German. Trevor Noah first appeared in a tiny part in an episode of the South African television show ‘Isidingo.’ He subsequently began presenting his own radio show on YFM called ‘Noah’s Ark.’ He later left the show to concentrate on comedy, appearing with South African comedians such as Kagiso Lediga, David Kau, Riaad Moosa, Marc Lottering, and Nik Rabinowitz, as well as foreign comedians such as Carl Barron, Paul Rodriguez, and Dan Ilic. Noah went on to anchor the educational TV show ‘Run The Adventure’ on SABC 2 shortly after. In 2007, he hosted ‘The Real Goboza,’ a gossip-themed discussion program on SABC 1.

He co-hosted ‘The Amazing Date’ with Pabi Moloi the following year. That same year, the presenter and comedian featured on the fourth season of ‘Strictly Come Dancing.’ He then appeared in the comedy series ‘Trevor Noah: The Racist.’

In 2012, he starred in the film ‘Mad Buddies.’ Two years later, he became a frequent contributor on ‘The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,’ a late-night discussion and news satire show.

Leave a Comment

error: Content is protected !!