Noah plans a more social 'Daily Show'
NEW YORK — Trevor Noah is tackling his new job without an inspirational guiding light.
“I love a piece of what everyone does,” he says when asked about his late-night influences. “I love the playful nature of John Oliver, I love the joy of Jimmy Fallon, I enjoy the laid-back nature, ironically, of Jon Stewart,” whom he replaces Monday as Comedy Central’s Daily Show host (11 p.m. ET/PT). “I love the brilliance and smarts of Stephen Colbert.”
“For good and for bad, I never had a Letterman that I grew up with. We didn’t have late-night TV that way. I remember for a brief period we had... read more
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