Given his astounding success as South Africa's biggest comedy star, Trevor Noah's net worth is a subject of considerable interest locally and internationally.
Briefly.co.za therefore compiles some invaluable information on the popular The Daily Show host's total net worth and his assets.
Trevor Noah's estimated net worth
Celebritynetworth.com, a reliable online source, reckons that Trevor Noah's total estimated net worth in dollars is an impressive $13million.
This translates to an astronomical R185million in rands at current exchange rates. Forbes magazine is yet to provide an independent verification of this estimate.
Trevor Noah's house
As host of The Daily Show, Trevor Noah rakes in $4million a year, according to Celebrity Net Worth. He also earns a tidy sum from worldwide comedy tours and his books, such as Born A Crime.
Trevor's phenomenal success in the comedy circuit has brought him immense wealth. With it, he has acquired many expensive assets over the years.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the comedian bought a luxurious penthouse in Manhattan, New York, for a whopping $10m (R130m at the time) in February 2017.
The impressive home boasts awesome views of New York, including of the world-famous Empire State Building.
As this video by Sotheby's International Realty shows, Trevor Noah's mansion has exquisite interior finishes.
Trevor Noah's cars
A peek into Trevor Noah's social media profiles reveals that he's not one to share photos of his cars. There isn't much information online as well about what cars he drives.
In fact, it was reported that one of the reasons he chose Manhattan for his penthouse is so he could walk to work. Nevertheless, he shared a photo of a swanky Lamborghini he drove while in Dubai a while back.
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