Trevor’s Accents - Between the Scenes | The Daily Show

  • Published on Sep 10, 2019
  • Where Trevor’s accent skills came from and why he’s his grandmother’s favorite grandchild.
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Comments • 879

  • catherine nichols
    catherine nichols 2 days ago

    Qu est ce que t es canon mec...miam

  • Aleandra Burckhardt
    Aleandra Burckhardt 3 days ago

    If you are different from everyone else embrace it. Some were meant to stand out
    from the crowd.
    Gets a little lonely for some however not
    If you are at peace with yourself and God.

  • yorocco1
    yorocco1 3 days ago

    How does he not get sexiest man alive?? Cause he literally is

  • Ibirounke Odufale
    Ibirounke Odufale 4 days ago

    I can relate with the different accents thing

  • Spring Summer
    Spring Summer 5 days ago

    Oh Trevor, he hasn't indeed forgotten his roots!

  • Senthil ganapathy
    Senthil ganapathy 7 days ago

    2:06 Ooo trevor..! he has never forgotten his roots ..! :D

  • KeinEmxl
    KeinEmxl 9 days ago +1

    This man is SO GOOD, why haven‘t I seen him before lmao

  • Charles MJ
    Charles MJ 12 days ago

    Let's talk about the crew guy that just walked by just for fun 😂 😂

  • Clara Schneuwly
    Clara Schneuwly 15 days ago

    Ever try the Zürich accent? Swiss German or the accent from Basel? She should like the very special root swytzerdütsch Akzent! Cheers

  • Andalorah Paillant
    Andalorah Paillant 23 days ago


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    Thank U!😊🙏🔥😊🙏

  • V.A. D-R
    V.A. D-R Month ago

    Ugh, we do not speak Haiti or are Haiti. We are Haitian. We speak Creole or Kreyole, depending on writing - second one is a phonetic spelling. We do not speak Patois [that's dialect]. This is a Haitian accent in English:

  • Mer Blink
    Mer Blink Month ago

    Such a cutie ❤


    This is so true about sending your kids to private schools in order to speak proper English, but the minute you correct your parents,.... 😂😂😂😂You will get it

  • Darling Duclosel
    Darling Duclosel Month ago

    Jaajaja. Why you!

  • Aloka Karunathilaka

    This is so relatable 😂😂

  • Aysha Mahmud
    Aysha Mahmud 2 months ago

    I sort of love this guy...

  • nazneen tamboli
    nazneen tamboli 2 months ago

    oooooo Trevor, How are you so cute!!!!

  • Malika Cali
    Malika Cali 2 months ago


  • SueQueen 92
    SueQueen 92 2 months ago +1

    I just love this man

  • Namhla Sboniso Chiliza
    Namhla Sboniso Chiliza 2 months ago +2

    "Put volume"

    That is so South African...

    • Steevy Tee
      Steevy Tee 2 months ago

      I think it is a southern African thing. People say it in Zambia too

  • Loktion Banger
    Loktion Banger 2 months ago +4

    Trevor has so much content and general knowledge, he is on the level of perhaps George Carlin.
    All the other comedians have small spheres of knowledge and its either they are talking about race jokes or sexual jokes and thats it. Trevor speaks about everything

  • Alicultivated
    Alicultivated 3 months ago

    Paul Chowdry has that bit about imitating other people's accents. Kinda reminds me of that.

  • Miss Marvel
    Miss Marvel 3 months ago

    My younger brother is like that, at home he has an accent, at school he’s American and his accent vanishes

  • Xiaomei Zhang
    Xiaomei Zhang 3 months ago +1

    I love Trevor

  • Funnylady
    Funnylady 3 months ago

    I sooooo do this also🤣🤣🤣🤣👏👏👏👏

  • Username [Redacted]
    Username [Redacted] 3 months ago +1

    I'm haitian and I'm trying to figure out what that wayouh wayouh is looll

  • Sibonile Shabangu
    Sibonile Shabangu 3 months ago

    Never laughed so hard put volume 😂😂😂😂

    RACHEL MANG'ENI 3 months ago

    I love the way he does the accents with the face expressions!! Woow Trevor!

  • Sphumie Mnguni
    Sphumie Mnguni 3 months ago

    The outro sounds so lit with earphones on😭

  • H S
    H S 3 months ago +1

    It’s called codeswitching

  • Tamar Pelkinson
    Tamar Pelkinson 3 months ago

    Awww Trevor, you're such a sweet man ❤️

  • Fabiano Carlos
    Fabiano Carlos 3 months ago +3

    And here I thought I couldn't like Trevor more.

  • Shinelle DN
    Shinelle DN 4 months ago +1

    I can relate trevor. I do the same. As long as I am communicating with an American I use an American accent. I'm not gonna be repeating myself all day... no sir lol

  • fluffy _
    fluffy _ 4 months ago +1

    This is African parents for you

  • Yogita Nowbuth
    Yogita Nowbuth 4 months ago

    Trevor ur just *AWESOME*
    Much love from South Africa❤😘

  • Lee Milby
    Lee Milby 4 months ago

    I thought this was going to be a compilation video, bit this was equally as good!

  • Ian Einstein
    Ian Einstein 4 months ago

    LoL! Trevor, what you would do to speak with different members of your family actually has a name. That's called "code-switching."

  • VeRoHdezM
    VeRoHdezM 4 months ago

    🤟🏻🤟🏻 love each single accent, 😍😍

  • Funnylady
    Funnylady 4 months ago

    Trevor that is so funny u say that because I do the family is diverse also...Puerto Ricans, Mexicans, etc...🤣🤣🤣🤯

  • Dominique McQueen
    Dominique McQueen 4 months ago

    Code switching for the culture!

  • Seadina
    Seadina 4 months ago

    I FEEL this.. I grew up in Dubai where every person in my class was of a different nationality. I’m Bosnian but I’ve got a very neutral/ American accent (from what I’ve been told) but I change mine to adapt to the person I’m speaking with (i.e. Indian, Arab, etc.) I call it the Expat accent, a bit of every accent smashed into one.

  • Minh Nguyen Le
    Minh Nguyen Le 4 months ago

    Wait a minute isnt his dad from switzerland?

  • Kodjo Swole
    Kodjo Swole 4 months ago

    😂 😂 😂 😂 😂

  • YouLaToya
    YouLaToya 4 months ago

    I wonder how his cousins took the last joke “I think that’s why I’m my Grandmothers favorite”. 😂 Brave guy.

  • Derek H Troop
    Derek H Troop 4 months ago

    Yeah. I second that

  • Cli & Mils TV
    Cli & Mils TV 4 months ago

    Love you anytime any day. It happens to me a whole lot.

  • mandys55
    mandys55 4 months ago


  • Kambura kirimi
    Kambura kirimi 4 months ago +1

    0:56 😂😂africans relate.
    Kenya 🇰🇪. Translate nishukishe apo😂
    Alight me there.
    Put me there.
    Discharge me there😂😂
    Dump me there😂😂
    Ah 😂😂

  • Lucy Vega
    Lucy Vega 4 months ago

    Just watched the video with your grandma ans its sooo true 😂😂

  • Caroline Laronda
    Caroline Laronda 4 months ago

    He is so adorable 💜

  • Maxwell Maxwells
    Maxwell Maxwells 4 months ago

    what a brilliant dude you are brew! much love

  • Wendy Miles
    Wendy Miles 4 months ago


  • Bunmi  Salami
    Bunmi Salami 4 months ago

    Yeah I do that too!!!

  • Lavender Okoth
    Lavender Okoth 4 months ago

    He really loves his grandma.

  • tlangelani ngobeni
    tlangelani ngobeni 4 months ago +1

    I'm South African and I speak all 11 of our official languages. I can relate to what Trevor is saying. I always change my accent according to who talking to. I'm Tsonga, when I speak to some of my elderly relatives in Limpopo I have to speak the deep Tsonga and change my accent so they can understand me better. But with friends and any younger person I switch to slang. Our languages are so diverse. I've realised that in most places when you switch to someone's accent they receive you better because they feel like you are one of their own.

  • Bob
    Bob 4 months ago

    As a Haitian i can 100% confirm his statement, when we're around regular people and a few Haitians we're totally Americanized, but as soon as you put us in a space with only Haitians or we're back in Haiti it's as if the spirit of our ancestors took over our body *lmfao*