Before the daily show, the South African comedian special son of Patricia and bestselling autobiography 'Born a Crime' struggled, just like many South Africans, during the apartheid era. He appeared on Mzansi TV shows and at one time indulged in buying and selling of pirated CDs to make ends meet.
Dispite going through turbulent waters, Trevor Noah stood the best of time and made a big jump by taking over the American Daily Show after one of its long time host Jon Steward left in 2015.
By touching global politics and social matters, he published his autobiography and bestseller 'Born a Crime' : Stories centred on South African childhood.
Furthermore, he produced hit Netflix comedy named 'Son Of Patricia,' commenting on his stance as a trailblazer in modern television industry, which is a reflection that he's not a push-over.
His current celebrity profile has caterpulted him to higher levels where he meets fine watches, a million-dollar home, rumoured relationship with a model and actress, including rubbing shoulders on social events with other famous public figures in the likes of Jamie Fox, Minka Kelly, Olivia Munn and the list goes on.
Before climbing the ladder of progress, he had his way of living back home and here are some of them:
1. He acted on South African Soap opera Isidingo at the age of 18.
2. He left his mark by hosting celebrity lifestyle show The Real Goboza.
3. He headed up his own radio show 'Noah's Ark' on YFM Station.
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