There has been a sad demise of Trevor Moore who is an actor, comedian, and also the producer and co-founder of “the whitest kids you know” has died on Friday night in an accident at the age of 41. People are sad about the news how did Trevor Moore die? Founding member of Whitest Kids You Know, dies at age 41.
How did Trevor Moore Die? Founding Member of Whitest Kids You Know | Dies at Age 41:
The news has been confirmed by the manager of Moore and he shared the sad news with Variety and he also stated on the behalf of Moore’s wife naming Aimee Carlson and his family.
They all are devastated because of the loss of her best friend, husband, and father of their son, he has been known as a writer and a comedian to millions of people and yet he was just a man who was the centre of their whole world which was written by Carlson.
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The comic actor behind many beloved sketches suffered a fatal accident. Trevor Moore manager stated he is pretty thankful for the memories which they have shared with each other are going to be staying with them forever.
The manager further stated, the family is pretty thankful for the outpouring of love and support which the family and friends have received after the untimely death of one of the funniest men on the planet, this has been a tragic and sudden death and the family asked to respect their privacy in these difficult times.
Moore’s wife, Aimee Carlson, a television producer, released a statement saying,
“We are devastated by the loss of my husband, best friend and the father of our son. He was known as a writer and comedian to millions, and yet to us he was simply the centre of our whole world.”
Cregger and Brown released a joint statement saying,
“He was our best friend, and we speak for all of us in saying that the loss of Trevor is unimaginable. We are heartbroken and our grief pales in comparison to the loss felt by his wife and son.”
On Twitter, Timmy Williams shared an old photo of the two of them travelling by train.
— Timmy Williams (@timmyisanerd) August 7, 2021
Darren Trumeter also shared a group photo with Trevor Moore.
— Darren Trumeter (@darren_trumeter) August 8, 2021
Who Was Trevor Moore:
Trevor Moore was born in New Jersey to Mickey and Becki Moore, Christian rock singers who had some success in the 1970s in Montclair.
He grew up in Charlottesville, he developed an interest in writing at a young age, he was publishing and creating cartoons when he was 15. At 17 he started a public access TV show.
At the age of 19, he produced and wrote a comedy show which was a sketch at a local TV station.
He moved to New York in the year 1999 and he went on to intern under Lorne Michaels when it comes to “Saturday nightlife”.
The 6-foot-6-inch comedian with an arsenal of exaggerated faces was a common presence on television and in web videos beginning in 2007.
He was also the co-founder of “the whitest kids U know” which he produced with Sam Brown, Zach Cregger, Darren Trumeter and Timmy Williams in the 2000s at New York’s School of Visual Arts. They gained a strong following at clubs, and after a win at the HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in 2006 landed a television gig.
That same year they shot the first season of their self-titled sketch series for Fuse, with the second season moving to IFC. Moore was credited as head writer and, with Cregger, directed most of the episodes.
Moore’s style see-sawed between deadpan to rubber band-like cartoonish reactions. He balanced a sinister edge that sometimes stomped on the border of bad taste with his youthful, wholesome looks. A good example of what Trevor Moore could accomplish by himself just talking is found in this short sketch, examining the nuances of free speech and clobbering it to death.
Other great WKUK moments (though comedy is subjective!) include his ahistorical portrayal of John Wilkes Booth and the shockingly clueless advertising executive presenting an offensive new soda commercial.
Moore and Cregger attempted to expand into theatrically-released feature films, but their 2009 sex comedy Miss March was not a rousing success. The fifth and final WKUK season in 2011 serialized a feature-length project, The Civil War on Drugs. (Abraham Lincoln, for whatever reason, factored into a lot of Moore’s comedy over the years.)
In 2011 Moore started appearing on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno as a correspondent. More recently he co-created two Disney Channel shows: Walk the Prank, a practical jokes reality program, and Just Roll With It, a hybrid of a multi-camera family sitcom with improv theatre. In 2019 the Trevor Moore Talk Show began airing on Comedy Central. The most recent episode aired in late June.
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The group went on to produce a self-titled sketch series for the IFC which ran over for five seasons, they also went on to make 2 films which were “the civil war on drugs” and “Miss March”.
The family and the friends of the comedian are getting outpouring support on the internet and people are paying tribute to one of the funniest men on the planet.
He entertained people throughout his life and made people laugh and smile for so many years and it is just sad to see that he had died in such a manner.
The Whitest Kids U’ Know continued to collaborate over the years, recently uploading new sketches and a Dungeons & Dragons campaign to YouTube and Twitch. The group recently completed their first animated project, called Mars, and were in post-production when Moore passed away.
He had so many years in front of him and it is sad to see, we are not going to see more of his work, our thoughts and prayers are with the family of the lost soul.