Trevor Moore was an American comedian, actor, and musician. He was one of the founding members and served as the head writer of the sketch comedy group The Whitest Kids U’ Know, whose television show of the same name became a hit on Fuse and IFC.
|Birthday||April 4, 1980|
|Birthplace||Montclair, New Jersey, USA|
|Death||August 6, 2021|
|Profession||Comedian, Actor, Musician|
|Known For||“The Whitest Kids U’ Know”|
|Height||6’6″ (1.98 m)|
Born on April 4, 1980, in Montclair, New Jersey, Trevor Moore was raised in Virginia. He began his career in entertainment as a teenager, when he became the world’s youngest published cartoonist with the release of his book “Scraps.”
Besides his work with “The Whitest Kids U’ Know,” Moore released a number of comedy music albums, including “Drunk Texts to Myself” and “High in Church.” He also hosted “The Trevor Moore Show” on Comedy Central’s YouTube and Facebook platforms.
Trevor Moore was married to Aimee Carlson, an executive at Comedy Central. They had one son together.
Moore collaborated with other members of “The Whitest Kids U’ Know,” including Sam Brown and Zach Cregger, on various comedy sketches and shows.
Estimated Net Worth
At the time of his death in 2021, Trevor Moore’s estimated net worth was around $4 million, earned through his successful career in comedy and music.
Trevor Moore’s unique humor and creative prowess made him a beloved figure in the world of comedy. His comedic sketches and songs continue to entertain audiences, marking a lasting legacy in the field.