Trevor Noah is a South African born comedian, actor, TV host, and political commentator based in the United States. He has an estimated net worth of $13 million as of 2018, and he is best known for his role as a host on The Daily Show. He made a debut on the show in 2014 as a recurring character, but the following year, it was announced that he would replace the former host Jon Stewart.
Born on 20th February 1984, Noah is currently 34-years-old and is a part of numerous shows which focuses on him like Trevor Noah: Afraid of the Dark, Trevor Noah: It's My Culture and many others. But as an actor, he, as of 2017, also appeared in The Opposition with Jordan Klepper alongside Jordan Klepper, Niccole Thurman, Tim Baltz, and many others.
Watch Trevor Noah on The Daily Show.
Here we are going to share some information related to his net worth, salary, properties, and awards.
As of 2018, Trevor Noah has a staggering net worth of $13 million while just a few years back, he was estimated to be worth $3 million. He is a very hard working comedian, and for the hard work, he reportedly makes around $4 million on an annual basis.
Below we have listed down his salaries from some of the TV shows and movies he has appeared in.
|Year||TV Show/ Movies||Salary|
|2008||The Amazing Date||$252,101|
|2011||You Laugh, But It’s True (Documentary)||$542,986|
Other than these, there is no information related to his salary and earnings available.
In February of 2017, comedian cum TV host Trevor Noah purchased a penthouse in Midtown Manhattan splurging a jaw-dropping $10 million. The estate covers 3,596 sq ft and features three bedrooms and three baths.
On the other hand, there are no details about the cars he owns, but his car collection reportedly features brands like Ford, Range Rover, Mercedes Benz and many others.
To date, Trevor Noah has been nominated for a total of 25 awards, and out of them, he has won 10.
Below we have listed down all the awards he has won to date.
|2012||South African Comics' Choice Award||-||Comic of the Year|
|2015||MTV Africa Music Awards||-||Personality of the Year|
|2017||Zora Neale Hurston Award||Born a Crime||-|
|2017||NAACP Image Awards||Born a Crime||Outstanding Literary Work – Biography / Autobiography|
|2017||NAACP Image Awards||Born a Crime||Outstanding Literary Work – Debut Author|
|2017||Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Award||The Daily Show with Trevor Noah||Favourite African Star|
|2017||GLAAD Media Award||The Daily Show with Trevor Noah for "Angelica Ross"||Outstanding Talk Show Episode|
|2017||MTV Movie & TV Awards||The Daily Show with Trevor Noah||Best Host|
|2017||Primetime Emmy Award||The Daily Show with Trevor Noah for Between the Scenes||Outstanding Short Form Variety Series|
|2017||Thurber House||Born a Crime||American Humor|
As of 2018, he has also been nominated for three Primetime Emmy Awards under different categories, and the results are still pending.