It’s been a whirlwind three years since Trevor Noah took over as host of “The Daily Show.” Noah stepped into the spotlight when he replaced the incredibly popular Jon Stewart, who had made the show a benchmark for political comedy — and he stepped into a crazy electoral season that ended with a reality television star as president.
Now Noah, who plays the Tsongas Center in Lowell Friday, has become more comfortable with the chaos.
“It feels a lot different, and it always feels like the first day,” says the 34-year-old comedian. “That’s the gift and the curse of doing daily television — you don’t have much time to take a step back and look at what the changes have been.”
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