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The Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Cameo You Never Saw, But Definitely Heard
By VALERIE ETTENHOFER
Unlike most MCU movies, “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” doesn’t feature many perfunctory character intros and one-off cameos. However, it does include one familiar name in the credits that you may have totally missed because that cameo isn't a face, but a voice.
If you were wondering why Shuri’s robot assistant Griot sounded so familiar, it’s because he was played by none other than comedian and host of "The Daily Show" Trevor Noah. Noah actually voiced Griot in the first "Black Panther" film as well, but his role in that movie was much briefer.
This time around, he plays a part in several of the movie's most pivotal scenes, as when Shuri tries desperately to save T'Challa in the film's opening scene, or when Queen Ramonda tries to find her daughter after she's captured by the sea god Namor. Griot also made it out of the attack on Wakanda unscathed, so we might hear more of Noah’s voice talents in the future.