Trevor Noah, The Daily Show's New Host, Kicks Off PR Blitz With Jerry Seinfeld

South African talks about apartheid on 'Comedians in Cars'

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Leading up to Trevor Noah's September 28 debut as host of The Daily Show, the South African-born, 31-year-old comedian made an appearance on the latest episode of Jerry Seinfeld's Web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, which airs on digital network Crackle.

While driving a vintage Ferrari to Brooklyn for coffee, Seinfeld teases out Noah's bio, getting the future Daily Show host to open up about apartheid, growing up poor, his career on the standup circuit, comedy schedules and, in the last three minutes, his new gig as heir to the throne of the Comedy Central mainstay.



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