Trevor Moore Dies, Co-Founder Of ‘The Whitest Kids U Know’ Was 41

Trevor Moore, a comedian, actor, producer, and co-founder of the sketch funny group The Whitest Kids U Know, passed away Friday evening at 41 from a mishap. His death was confirmed by his manager, who released a statement on behalf of his spouse Aimee Carlson and the Moore household. He was known as an author and comedian to millions, and yet to us he was merely the center of our whole world.

We do not understand how we will go on without him, however we are thankful for the memories we do have that will remain with us forever. Moore transferred to New York in 1999, where he made a personal internship with Saturday Night Live‘s executive producer Lorne Michaels. His success continued when he was chosen for the NBC page program.

There Moore met his fiancée, Aimee, a fellow page, throughout his year in the program. Born in Montclair, New Jersey, he became the world’s youngest published cartoonist with his book Scraps at age 12. Most recently, he was the co-creator and executive producer for Disney’s series Just Roll With It, a funny where the stars let their show audience choose what happens in numerous scenes, and he was the creator and host of The Trevor Moore Show on Comedy Central.

Moore, along with Zach Cregger, Sam Brown, Timmy Williams, and Darren Trumeter, was an establishing member of The Whitest Kids U Know funny troupe.

The group came from New York, but quickly got nationwide attention after winning Best Sketch Group at the HBO United States Comedy Arts Festival in 2006. That exact same year, they produced their self-titled series, which went on to run for 5 seasons on IFC. Clips from the show collected more than 100 million views on YouTube, and it produced two spinoff function movies, Miss March and The Civil War On Drugs.

Moore received his start in sketch comedy as a founding member and leader of the sketch comedy group The Whitest Kids U Know. He directed and composed on the Disney XD series, Walk the Prank, a series about four kids who manage genuine pranks on unwary individuals. At 16, he began composing weekly animations for a number of papers in his house state of Virginia, then signed a handle a production business to compose and produce The Trevor Moore Show, a weekly sketch comedy program for his regional TV station and their affiliates.

Last year, the group released an official Youtube channel featuring all of their popular sketches, commentaries and perk products. And they are presently in post production on their first animated function movie Mars, due out next year. Moore also frequently teamed up with Funny or Die and Comedy Central.

The loss of Moore is unimaginable.

The grief pales in comparison to the loss felt by his other half and child. WKUK requests privacy during this time of profound sorrow, and strength for Moore’s family who are dealing with the difficult idea of living life without him. WKUK’s hope is that pals, fellow artists, and fans that liked Moore will not concentrate on his death, however will keep in mind the numerous minutes of laughter he gave them.

The family asks that you please regard their personal privacy at this time, and in lieu of flowers, that donations be made to NEXT for Autism. Moore is survived by his wife Aimee Carlson, a SVP at Fuzzy Door, his boy August, and a host of extended family and pals.

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