- “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah announced his leave after seven years of hosting.
- Trevor is grateful for all the opportunities he was given.
- Trevor talked about how “challenging” and “joyful” it was to work as a host.
About Trevor Noah, Career & Awards
Trevor Noah 38 years old, is a South African Comedian, actor, television host, producer, and writer.
Won many accolades like “Primetime Emmy Award. By “the Hollywood Reporter” he was given the tag of “The 35 Most Powerful People In New York Media” in 2017 and 2018.
Started his carrier in 2002, and he got many hosting roles in shows like “South African Broadcasting Corporation” 63rd and 64th Annual Grammy Awards in 2021 and 2022 respectively, and the White House Correspondent Dinner in 2022. He created his own “The Late Night Talk Show Tonight with Trevor Noah” for 2010-2011.
Trevor became the Senior International Correspondent for “The Daily Show” in 2014 taking over Jon Stewart, so for seven consecutive years he was the host of “The Daily Show”. Though starting two years of hosting was difficult for him because he replaced people’s favorite Jon Stewart but after some time audience started to recognize how talented he is.
Trevor Announcement To Retire
On a recent Thursday episode, he announced that he is leaving. Though he didn’t mention his last day on the show.
As his joining anniversary is coming up in December, he recalled with the audience “I found myself thinking throughout the time, everything that we’ve gone through, and I realized after seven years, my time is up”. He added, “added seven years, I feel like it’s time”.
Trevor Gratefulness For All Opportunities
He expressed how much he loved hosting the show, how it was a great challenge for him, and how joyful it was.
He told the audience how he missed so many opportunities during this time and how much he misses “learning other languages going to other countries and putting on shows and just being everywhere doing everything.”
He assured the audience that he is not leaving until the team found his replacement for the show. Later this news was confirmed by Paramount with the statement “We are grateful to Trevor for our amazing partnership over the past seven years”.