The book will be a collection of essays on the comedian’s experiences growing up during the final stretch of Apartheid – amongst other things.
Trevor Noah has risen the ranks to become one of comedy’s most infamous figures, most notably due to Trevor taking over as host of The Daily Show from Jon Stewart. When he’s not on the show you can find him with some pretty famous faces.
The rights to the essays were bought by publishing house Spiegel & Grau and is planned to be released in November 2016. In the meanwhile you’ll have to keep watching The Daily Show until then!