Comedian and show host, Trevor Noah, won his Emmy award for Outstanding Talk Series with ‘The Daily Show’ on Comedy Central.

Comedian And Show Host Trevor Noah Becomes First African To Win An Emmy Award

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Despite having departed from the show more than a year ago, Noah acknowledged the honour and extended gratitude to his past team, including Jon Stewart, who competed in the same category with ‘The Problem with Jon Stewart’.

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Noah also expressed appreciation for showrunner Jen Flanz, highlighting her support throughout their shared journey.

The conclusion of Trevor Noah’s tenure as the host of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show With Trevor Noah” in 2022 marked a momentous farewell.

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‘The Daily Show’ first came out in 1996, and Craig Kilborn was the original host. Jon Stewart took over from 1999 to 2015, and then Noah became the host.

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