Trevor Noah net worth: Trevor Noah is a South African comic, celebrity, television host, and radio DJ that has a net worth of $3 million. Trevor Noah was born in South Africa in February 1984. At 18 Noah starred about the South African soap opera Isidingo in 2002. He began hosting the radio show Noah’s Ark and after that hosted the educational TV series Run The Experience from 2004 to 2006. Noah hosted the rumor TV series The Real Goboza in 2007. He co-hosted the relationship game show The Incredible Date in 2008 and was a contestant on the reality TV series Strictly Come Dancing in Season 4. Noah became a representative and consumer protection representative for South African mobile supplier Cell C in 2010. He’s performed with comics including Paul Rodriguez and started for Gabriel Iglesias and Russell Peters. He was nominated an MTV Africa Music Award for Character of the Year in 2014. On March 30, 2015 it was disclosed that Trevor Noah is going to be replacing Jon Stewart as the host of The Daily Show.
His father is white (of Swiss origin). His mother is black (of the Xhosa people).
[ on succeeding Jon Stewart on 'The Daily Show'] It's my turn to steer the ship
As a comedian, I'm forced to have a tough skin. Until people laugh, they are detractors. You walk into a new audience where nobody knows you, they go: 'Make us laugh. Show us what you're made of. Prove why we should be listening to you'.
When flying over the middle of America, the turbulence is so bad. It's like all the ignorance is rising through the air.
Does America really need to the best at everything? You already dominate the world in economics, military power and obesity.
You know what African mothers tell their children every day? 'Be grateful for what you have. Because there are fat children starving in Mississippi.
Looking at how successful all the Kardashian women are, I don't blame Bruce Jenner at all. (On Bruce Jenner's gender reassignment)
If this comedy thing doesn't work out, I've always got poverty to fall back on.
Now I wonder if somebody went to jail because a witness was 'sure' that the criminal was wearing 'white and gold. (On the controversy surrounding #TheDress)
I never thought I'd be more afraid of police in America than in South Africa. It kind of makes me a little nostalgic for the old days back home.
You have to work a bit harder to offend me because I'm from the home of some of the best racism in the world. I'm a snob when it comes to racism.