Trevor Moore A 41-year-old American comedian and actor is dead. The New York City-based sketch comedy group, The Whitest Kids U’ Know, is best known as founding members. On August 7, 2021, there was a tragic accident that claimed the life of Trevor. At the time of his death, the man’s net worth was estimated to be $4 million.
|Full Name||Trevor Paul Moore|
|Birth Date||April 4, 1980|
|Birth Place||Montclair, New Jersey, U. S.|
|Net Worth||$4 million|
|Died||August 7, 2021|
Trevor Moore Early life
On April 4, 1980, Trevor Moore was born in New Jersey, the United States. Mickey and Becki Moore are his parents of him. His parents were both Christian folk-rock singers. He traveled a lot on his parents’ tour and had to change his school frequently. He has studied in several different schools. After he complied some of his early work in a book called “Scraps”, Trevor became the published cartoonist at fifteen years of age. He created a comic strip called “Cuddy” at the ripe old age of 16. The Covenant School gave Moore his high school graduation degree when he was 18.
He went to the Virginia Commonwealth University after that. Initially, he wanted to study journalism and political science at the University. However, in the end, he decided on the film. Moore graduated from Manhattan’s prestigious School of Visual Arts. He received a degree from film school.
Moore and Carlson were married in October of 2010, and he was married to another woman at the time. He met her for the first time when he was in his twenties. He had a son when he was a married man. Moore’s manager confirmed his death to his family on August 7, 2021. The cause of his death was revealed to be an accident. More detailed information about the accident has not been published yet.
In 1997 Moore started a show called The Trevor Moore Show. The show was shown on public access television in Virginia. He was very popular among the local college community after the show. He was offered a deal by Pax-TV, which ran for sixteen episodes. There was offensive material that made the show canceled. He worked as a writer and producer on the comedy show Uncle Morty’s Dub Shack. Moore was a personal intern to Saturday Night Live in 2002. After the makers asked him to stay for a year, he spent the entire year there, even though he was about to spend one semester there. Moore thanked the show’s creator, Lorne Michaels, for teaching him comedy.
After forming a comedy troupe with Sam Brown and Zach Cregger, the man became more popular. The Lower East Sidebar was where the comedy troupe started their regular engagement in 2004. As a result of breaking the internet, they were invited to the 2006 edition of the show. The Comedy Arts Festival is a festival. After their successful festival events at MTV and Comedy Central, the troupe decided to start a TV pilot. Fox Searchlight offered Cregger and other members of the troupe a film project. They came up with a comedy-style script after they accepted the offer. After finishing the second season of “The Whitest Kids U’ Know”, the troupe began working on their new movie project, “Miss March”.
Every year, Moore took part in the tour with the comedy troupe. He performs in live shows called “Whatev’r Show” and other comedians. He released a comedy album entitled “Drunk Texts to Himself” in March of 2013. His second album was titled “High in Church” and was released on Comedy Central Records. He appeared on a series called “TheTrevor Moore Show” in August of 2019. He has also created a show called “Just Roll With It” for the Disney Channel. Moore came up with the “TheTrevor Moore Quarantine Show” idea, which he hosted on the internet. Moore, along with other members of “The Whitest Kids U’ Know”, were working on an animation movie called “Mars”.
He had gathered a total net worth of $4 million before he died. He made much money as a comedian and actor through his involvement in various TV shows and movies.