Trevor Noah Could Be Replaced by ‘The Daily Show’ With Familiar Face


Comedy Central is known for its love of promoting talent from within. The Daily Show. On Thursday, Trevor Noah, comedian and news anchor, announced his departure from the news program. However, there were no details as to how the show will continue without him. Sources close to production tell us that Trevor Noah is leaving the comedy news show soon. TMZ After Noah’s departure, Roy Wood Jr. could take over as host.

Noah became the host The Daily ShowIn 2015, Wood took over Jon Stewart’s role as news correspondent and parody reporter. Wood is now 43 and is one the most loved characters on the series. He is famous for his exaggerated news reports. “analysis,”Commenting often on Black American culture, and how it relates with politics for the average citizen. Many of his most-watched segments also included harsh criticisms of Trump’s presidency, with some surprising twists that others comedians were not pursuing at the moment.

Wood was born in New York City. He spent most of his childhood there. However, he and his family eventually moved to Birmingham, Alabama. There he completed school and went to college. Wood did stand-up comedy, found work as a radio host and was eventually featured on Jamie Foxx’s SiriusXM radio program. He moved to Los Angeles, California and competed on NBC’s. Last Comic StandingIn Season 7, and made more connections in Hollywood.

Wood moved to New York City for a job. The Daily ShowHe made a name for himself as a stand-up comedian in 2015 and has continued to grow in popularity. Paramount+ now has three Comedy Central standup specials. The Daily Show.

Wood is also active on twitter, but he has not commented on the reports that he might be taking over Noah’s hosting duties. He did however make some jokes about Noah’s exit from the show. Noah himself announced the news on Thursday. He said that he will close his run quickly, but did not specify when or what he plans to do next. Comedy Central also did not provide any clues, although spokespeople confirmed the news. They thanked Noah for his good work over the years.

The Daily ShowAirs weeknights at 11:15 p.m. ET on Comedy Central. Paramount+ can stream the show along with Wood’s standup comedy specials.

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