Trevor Noah earned a breath-taking $28 million (R430 million) in 2018, according to Forbes.
He now ranks as the fourth highest-earning stand-up comedian in the world.
His book Born a Crime was published in 2016 but still ranks number one on the New York Times’ list of bestselling paperback nonfiction.
Highest paid comedians of 2018:
Kevin Hart ($59 million)
Jerry Seinfeld ($41 million)
Jim Gaffigan ($30 million)
Trevor Noah ($28 million)
Sebastian Maniscalco ($26 million)
Gabriel Iglesias ($22 million)
Amy Schumer ($21 million)
Terry Fator ($17 million)
Jeff Dunham ($15 million)
- Aziz Ansari ($13 million)
For more detail, read this article in Forbes magazine.
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