Trevor Moore is an American comedian, actor and artist. He is best known for being part of the comedy troupe The Whitest Kids U' Know and for writing, starring and directing Miss March.

Trevor Moore at the 2010 Independent Spirit Awards

Early lifeEdit

Trevor (full name Trevor Paul Moore) was born on April 4, 1980 in Montclair, a township in New Jersey. Born to musician parents Mickey and Becki Moore, he has said to have "grown up on the road". At the age of 12, he became the world's youngest published comic artist with the book Scraps, which is known for its black humor.

When Trevor was 16, in Charlottesville, Virginia he began to produce a local sketch comedy show called "The Trevor Moore Show". Two years later he secured rights to produce new episodes for WADA-TV before the show was taken off air for offensive material.

In 2000, Trevor transferred to the School of Visual Arts in New York City intent on studying film. While he was there he met Sam Brown and Zach Cregger as they all slept in the same general housing dorm, along with Timmy Williams, who was not a student at SVA.


He played a small speaking role in the 2002 independent film "Marathon" as a man who meets the protaganist on the train. In addition, he also worked at NBC as Lorne Michaels' personal intern for a year.

From 2004 to 2006 he worked on writing and producing "Uncle Morty's Dub Shack", a program on ImaginAsian TV that dubbed over Asian movies with poor production values.

He voiced a gun shop owner in two episodes of The Life and Times of Tim in 2008 and 2010.

In 2009, he and Zach wrote, starred and directed "Miss March", their first feature-length film.

Trevor starred in the 2011 FOX Network sitcom "Breaking In" as intelligence expert Josh Armstrong. The character did not return in the second season, and the series was later cancelled.

Occasionally he can be seen at the UCB Theatre in Los Angeles hosting "Trevor Moore's Whatever Show ". From time to time other WKUK members have appeared as special guests.

Personal lifeEdit

Trevor married Aimee Carlson on October 9, 2010 in Brooklyn. Aimee is a creative director at Myspace.


  • Has a fascination with conspiracy theories, hence the recurring themes in the skits "Abe Lincoln", "Sic Semper Tyrranis", "JFK", "Crack", and "Ronnie, John & George".
  • In July 2011, he was selected to be on a panel for the film "Honest Man: The Life of R. Budd Dwyer ".
  • According to Jimbo from Uncle Morty's Dub Shack, Trevor is a third-generation Irish guy. The surname 'Moore' originates from the British Isles. He is also partially of Scottish descent.
  • His dad, Mickey Moore, flagged some Whitest Kids sketches on YouTube once and called Trevor up to tell him.
  • Did a Reddit AMA in March 2013.
  • Is a self-confessed /b/tard, as seen here.