Trevor Noah stopped presenting daily offer. This was announced by the South African comedian himself on the broadcast Thursday evening (local time).
My time is up, but in the most beautiful way, frankly, Noah said in a pre-recorded message to a live audience. He described hosting the show, for which he took charge from Jon Stewart in 2015, as “one of my greatest challenges and one of my greatest pleasures”.
Noah went on to say that he never thought he’d be able to host one of the most popular late-night talk shows in the States. He made a comparison with the story of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: “I came on tour, to see how the show was put together and before I knew it, the keys to the show were suddenly handed over.”
When was Noah last? daily offer The present, he says, is not yet clear. No word yet on a successor. The show can be watched in Flanders on Comedy Central.
His job as a joke talk show host surely paid off for Noah: business magazine Forbes recently calculated he’s one of the world’s highest-paid comedians. In May of this year he performed his solo show Return to the abnormal state Arrive in Brussels. Noah has a South African mother and a Swiss father and was raised in poverty in Johannesburg.
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