Trevor Noah is the presenter of Comedy Central’s ‘The Daily Show’ and gained great fame with his controversial show ‘That’s Racist’. He is also the first South African comedian to perform in “The Tonight Show” and in “Late Show with David Letterman” and was in the past the opening act of both Gabriel Iglesias and Russell Peters.
He became a star in his own country thanks to a major role in the South African soap opera Isidingo, then got his own radio show and presented various shows on national television. He soon decided to focus on his career as a comedian and in 2012 he was named ‘comedian of the year’ by his South African colleagues. The surprise was huge when Trevor was presented in 2015 as the successor to Jon Stewart for Comedy Central’s ‘The Daily Show’. Multitalent Trevor speaks six languages, was in a sold-out Sydney Opera House, has an impressive documentary on Netflix (You Laugh, But It’s True, in which he is followed during the preparations for his first big ‘one man show’) and is every week of Tuesday to Friday at 7.