The comic host who has had a difficult childhood because of his biracialism and implementation of apartheid law in South Africa has finally made a life one could only dream of. He bought a massive house in an expensive neighborhood in California. Keep reading to find out more.
The host spent most of his childhood indoors with his maternal grandmother while his mother went out to earn bread and butter for the family. The reason behind Noah’s confined childhood was the apartheid law implemented in South Africa that prohibited any relationship between White and Black people.
So he was actually an illegal child according to the laws at the time. The comic being a biracial had to be hidden from authorities to avoid the harm that could be inflicted upon him, due to his color.
Noah didn’t allow his past to destroy his destiny. The 36 years old worked hard and earned a name not just in his homeland but also in the US after he became the new host of The Daily Show. He made a pretty high fortune and finally bought a house of his own at the beginning of 2019.
The house is said to be a huge mansion in Bel Air, a prime neighborhood of California. The 10,044 square foot house reportedly cost around $20 million.
The home consists of five bedrooms, seven bathrooms and a huge chandelier topped dining area. The catchy features of the house include a wet bar with a 500-gallon aquarium, a movie theater, a 62-feet pool, and a cigar room.
The house has vast and lavish balconies to cover the view of the city’s lights that are also visible from the glass walls of the 2200 square foot master suite.
Other than that the mansion has a parking space for three cars and a prodigious garden.
Trevor has not yet released official photos of the house. Let us see when he moves to his new mansion since he's currently residing in his New York apartment located in Stella tower. He hosts a night show in the same city.