Trevor Moore Biography, Age, Net Worth, Songs, Movies, Story of Our Times And Founding Fathers

Trevor Moore Biography

Trevor Walton Moore best known as Trevor Moore is an American actor, comedian, writer, director, producer, and musician. He was born on April 3rd, 1980 in Montclair, New Jersey.

He is the son of Mickey and Becki Moore. Since his parents were singers, he traveled with them on tours and thus he changed schools constantly. He became a cartoonist and by age 16, he had his first book, Scraps, published.

He attended Covenant School for his high school studies and graduated at age 18 while he was still working on his projects. He studied film after he had chosen to major at Virginia Commonwealth University. He then attended SVA School of Visual Arts and majored in film and BFA. He graduated cum laude.

Trevor Moore Age

He was born on April 3rd, 1980 in Montclair, New Jersey. He is 42 years old as of 2022. He celebrates his birthday on April 3 every year.

Trevor Moore Dead

On August 7, 2021, at the age of 41, Moore died following involvement in an accident near his residence.

Trevor Moore Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $ 4 million.

Trevor Moore
Trevor Moore

Trevor Moore Career

From 1997 to 1998 his show, called The Trevor Moore Show, kept running on community TV in Charlottesville, Virginia. It earned an after among the neighborhood school network so when he was 18, Moore was offered an arrangement by Pax-TV a Christian system (presently Ion Television).

The show kept going sixteen scenes with portrayals like “I Wonder Who Died Today?” (a spoof report from the neighborhood senior residents’ home), it additionally included the “Strolling Talking Box.” yet it was dropped because of what was esteemed hostile material and for the most part to a misstep on the programming of the demonstrate that other than its night calendar was likewise being communicated too soon for its rating.

It was his conviction that the show would just air during the evening, however part of the way through the primary season he discovered that it was being re-kept running at 9 AM Saturday mornings. Afterward, Moore proceeded to work at the digital TV start-up ImaginAsianTV as a maker and essayist for Jimbo Matison’s Uncle Morty’s Dub Shack, a satire demonstration that included comics performing representations, and re-voicing and mocking old Asian motion pictures.

By 2002, in his last year of school, Moore got the individual temporary position on Saturday Night Live. He would have been there just for one semester, however, they wound up requesting that he remain the whole year. This got him into the pined for NBC Page Program, which gets around 50,000 applications and just takes 50 individuals every year. He credits Saturday Night Live maker and official maker Lorne Michaels as a feature of his comic instruction. He did visits there for about a year after that.

In 2004, Moore’s satire troupe, Whitest Kids U’ Know, began a normal commitment at the Lower East Side bar, Pianos. In 2008, Moore was a visitor voice on a scene of the HBO demonstration The Life and Times of Tim. In 2009, Moore was highlighted in a sketch for WWE, on the arrangement of 12 Rounds being John Cena’s “hand twofold”.

The WKUK accomplishment on the web and live shows prompted a solicitation to the 2006 HBO U.S. Satire Arts Festival in Aspen. The troupe did not baffle, winning the honor for Best Sketch Group and pulling in the consideration of numerous Hollywood officials.

After the achievement of The Whitest Kids U’Know, Fox Searchlight moved toward Moore and Zach Cregger with content and offered them a motion picture venture. Afterthought they acknowledged, reworked the first content, and adjusted it to their parody style, and in the wake of finishing the shooting of the second period of The Whitest Kids U’Know, they coordinated and featured on Miss March. This was Moore’s first element film. It was discharged on March 13, 2009.

After The Whitest Kids U’ Know succeeded at the HBO U.S. Satire Festival; Sundance, MTV, and Comedy Central were all conversing with them about doing a pilot, however, Fuse was at that point kicking it off. It is presently in syndication around the globe.

During their school years, Moore and Sam Brown had thought of a motion picture about the American Civil War. At last, while shooting the fifth season for The Whitest Kids U’ Know, he and the troupe composed and shot his subsequent component film titled “The Civil War on Drugs” where they all assumed different jobs. The film was coordinated by Trevor Moore and Zach Cregger. It was limitedly discharged in theaters and at last, keep running along the WKUK fifth season. It is a recorded dramatization that the WKUK made to report the adventure to sanction weed during the Civil War.

Moore played Josh Armstrong on Fox’s satire TV arrangement Breaking In. As of late, Moore was intermittently included on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno in repeating portions exhibiting pre-taped man in the city-style parody bits which highlight tricks and experiences with a clueless open. Moore has additionally teamed up in different events with Funny or Die and Comedy Central.

Since the establishment of the WKUK satire troupe, Moore and different individuals continually take an interest in front an audience introduction either exclusively or as a gathering in various undertakings. He visits each year with the WKUK troupe performing in life and appears with old and new portrays. Every now and then Moore performs in live shows called the Whatever Show along with different entertainers in NYC and Hollywood.

On the primary Tuesday of consistently from November 6, 2012, when it opened with an uncommon show on the evening of the presidential race, through February 2013, Trevor Moore did a television show and satire appear in front of an audience with individual humorist Josh Fadem in LA. The show was known as The Show Where Trevor Moore Does a Talk Show Thing and Josh Fadem Does Some Other Stuff Too All In One… Furthermore More.

Moore discharged his presentation collection from Comedy Central in March 2013 called Drunk Texts to Myself. He coordinated and featured in correlative melodic recordings for this collection likewise delivered by Comedy Central.

The collection has 12 tracks, for example, “Tipsy Texts To Myself (accomplishment. Reggie Watts)”, “Shouldn’t something be said about Mouthwash?”, and apparently the most mainstream tune on the collection, “Establishing Fathers Rap”. ‘Smashed Texts to Me’ is Moore’s approach to speaking to inconsistency in various occurrences of society utilizing an assortment of melodic structures, going from rap and metal to nation and pop. He’s playing out the collection alongside certain companions on a visit around the USA.

Moore discharged his second collection from Comedy Central on March 10, 2015, called High in Church. This collection contained live and new tunes. One-of-a-kind melodies incorporate “Kitty History” a scrutinizing of paranoid fears, “The Gays Got Married”, a harsh bluegrass tune, and “The Ballad of Billy John” which investigates the idea of malignant YouTube remarks.

Moore discharged his third collection from Comedy Central on 4:20 called The Story of Our Times. In contrast to the past collection, there are no live interpretations of recently discharged melodies. The topic differs, however, incorporates the folly of youtube big names, unscripted tv, and online trolls. Trevor Moore and different individuals from the troupe are right now building up a WKUK highlight film.

Trevor Moore Movie

Here is a list of his movies and TV shows;

  • Miss March
  • The Civil War on Drugs
  • Our Robocop Remake
  • The Whitest Kids U’Know Film
  • The Trevor Moore Show
  • Uncle Morty’s Dub Shack
  • The Whitest Kids U’ Know
  • Breaking In
  • The Tonight Show with Jay Leno/ NBC
  • Trevor Moore’s High in Church
  • Walk the Prank
  • The Story of Our Times

On Stage

  • Whitest Kids U Know Live (2006-2013)
  • Whatever Show (2011-2012)
  • The Show Where Trevor Moore Does a Talk Show Thing… (2012-2013)

Trevor Moore Albums

Here is a list of his albums;

  • Drunk Texts to Myself (Audio CD)
  • High in Church (Audio CD)
  • The Story of Our Times (Digital Download)


  • The Whitest Kids U’Know (2007-2011)
  • “Dinosaur Rap” (2008)
  • Miss March (2009)
  • The Civil War on Drugs (2011)

Trevor Moore Songs

  • What About Mouthwash
  • My Computer Just Became Self Aware
  • Gays Got Married
  • Founding Fathers Rap
  • The Ballad of Billy John
  • Time for Guillotines
  • Kitty History
  • Drunk Texts to Myself
  • God Hates the Tips
  • Bullies
  • The Pope Rap
  • Maybe It’s Because
  • Tom Hanks Is an Asshole
  • What Was Wrong With Swiping
  • Life Isn’t Fair
  • Connie Watson
  • Founding Fathers Intro
  • High in Church
  • Kitster’s Song
  • I’m Not Good At This Adult Shit
  • Help Me
  • Bought a Monkey
  • Geniuses
  • Vatican Radio Intro
  • There’s A Meteor Coming
  • My PSA
  • Gary
  • Drunk Texts to Myself: Volume II
  • The Story of Our Times
  • My Mom Is a Bitch

Trevor Moore The Story of Our Times

The album has the following tracks;

  • My Computer Just Became Self-Aware [Explicit]
  • I’m Not Good At This Adult Shit [Explicit]
  • The Story of Our Times [Explicit]
  • My PSA [Explicit]
  • Kiester’s Song
  • Life Isn’t Fair
  • What Was Wrong With Swiping [Explicit]
  • There’s A Meteor Coming [Explicit]
  • Gary

Trevor Moore Founding Father

Read “Founding Fathers Rap” by Trevor Moore on Genius

Trevor Moore Drunk Texts To Myself

Trevor Moore Show 

Apart from being an actor, producer, director, writer, and co-creator of the show, he also played several roles. Honing their skills at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, this troupe wowed the crowd at the 2006 U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, which soon led to the creation of this series that pushed the envelope of cable TV sketch comedy for five seasons.

Cast members Trevor Moore, Zach Cregger, Sam Brown, Darren Trumeter, and Timmy Williams leave no comedy taboo unexplored (Adolf Hitler makes frequent appearances), and pepper the proceedings with an ample amount of sexual innuendo, violence, and salty language. While some viewers may consider the skits in bad taste, others will applaud the quintet’s subversive take on the edgy subject matter and the cheerful aplomb of their performances.

First episode date: 20 March 2007
Final episode date: 17 June 2011
Theme song: The Whitest Kids U’ Know Theme Song
Networks: IFC, Fuse

Trevor Moore Tour

He currently has no shows booked.

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