Trevor Noah was born in Johannesburg, South Africa on February 20, 1984.
He was born under the zodiac sign Pisces. Every year on February 20th, the actor celebrates his birthday.
He is of South African nationality, but of mixed blood race, swiss german, and Xhosa ethnicity.
Noah spent his early childhood at the private Maryvale College; at three, he began preschool, and at five, he began primary school at a Catholic school in Johannesburg.
Throughout his childhood, he attended Roman Catholic church on Thursdays and multiple Sunday services.
In November 2007, he opened for American comedian Gabriel Iglesias, as well as Canadian comedian Russell Peters on his South African tour.
What surgery did Trevor Noah have? And why is he suing his surgeon?
Between August 25 and December 17, 2020, Noah was a patient of Dr. Riley J. Williams. The nature of the operation was never revealed based on our checks.
However, the doctor’s profile on the hospital’s website indicates that he is a knee, shoulder, and elbow specialist.
Trevor had an emergency appendectomy in 2015, in addition to this one. He sued them for a surgery he had on November 23, 2020.
He also addressed the facility’s and the surgeon’s failures in prescribing appropriate medication and halting certain prescription medications.
As a result of the damage, he sustained severe physical harm, which led to a loss of pleasure in life. Some of them are even permanent.
Throughout Trevor’s allegations, both the hospital and the doctor were negligent in his care.
He accuses them of failing to diagnose the conditions using proper tests and examinations. He also claimed that they did not use approved methods in his care and treatment.