Saenger Theatre | New Orleans, Louisiana
Born a crime, but now stealing the hearts of Americans across the country, Trevor Noah, America's favorite young South African comes to the Saenger Theatre in New Orleans on Saturday, May 13th 2023. His charisma, wit, and humanity pour forth every time he walks to the screen or is involved in a project as a comedian, writer, producer, political pundit, or excellent presenter of satirical news program The Daily Show. Now, catch him live, on stage, and “off the record,” yup anything could happen, and you will only know if you have some tickets!
Trevor Noah is a talented young South African comedian and television personality, as well as a writer and producer, political commentator, and actor. Trevor Noah, 38, has progressed rapidly in his worldwide comedy career despite his young age. He began his career as a television chat show presenter for the South African Broadcasting Corporation in 2002, and he built his comic career virtually simultaneously. He has been the recipient of a number of South African media awards.
Trevor relocated to New York City, America, in 2011 to work for the New York 'The Daily Show,' a satirical news show on Comedy Central. In 2014, he understudied the then-current Talk Show Host, Jon Stewart, and in 2015, he was granted production management, a position he has stepped down from in December 2022. But not before the show received a Primetime Emmy Award after an incredible eleven nominations. He hosted the 63rd and 64th Grammy Awards, and has been requested to host the 65th Grammy Awards in 2023 for a third time. The Hollywood Reporter called Trevor Noah one of the 35 most powerful individuals in New York in 2017, while the Times Magazine named him one of the hundred most important persons in the world in 2018.
More recently, Trevor Noah’s Day Zero Productions has started developing a series based on Kiese Laymon’s coming-of-age novel Long Division, which was published by Simon & Schuster in 2021, and explores family, hope, grief, love, and race through poetic language and satire.