An American actor, comedian, writer, director, producer, and musician named Trevor Moore has an estimated net worth of $4 million. To understand how can he earns that much, one must know about his career. Below is everything that you have to know about him.
- Full Name: Trevor Paul Moore
- Nicknames: Trevor Moore, Moore, Trevor
- Place of Birth: Charlottesville, Virginia, United States
- Date of Birth: April 4, 1980
- Occupation: actor, comedian, writer, director, producer, musician
- Address: Brooklyn, New York and Los Angeles, California, United States
- Nationality: American
- Net Worth: $1.7 million
- Spouse: Aimee Carlson (married 2010)
- Children: 1
- Died: August 7, 2021
Trevor Moore started his career by having a show called The Trevor Moore show from 1997 to 1998. It ran on TV in Charlottesville, Virginia. He got a decent amount of following. He then was hired by Pax-TV (now Ion Television). The show has a total of sixteen episodes before getting canceled due to the offensive material and a mistake about the programming of the show.
Then, Trevor Moore worked at the cable TV startup company called ImaginAsianTV. He was hired as a producer and a writer for a comedy show that involved a few comedians performing sketches and re-voicing and parodying old Asian movies called Jimbo Matison’s Uncle Morty’s Dub Shack.
In 2002, Trevor Moore got a personal internship and worked at Satuday Night Live. He was supposed to be only there for one semester but they wanted him to stay for the whole year. This chance led him to the NBC Page Program. The guy did tours there for about a year after that.
Two years later, the comedy troupe of Trevor Moore called the Whitest Kids U’ Know began to have a regular schedule at the Lower East Side bar, Pianos. The group was a success and they were invited to the 2006 HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen. They won the award for Best Sketch Group and earned so many attentions from Hollywood executives. After getting success at the festival, a lot of parties, including Sundance, MTV, and Comedy Central approached them and asked them to have a TV pilot.
In 2008, Trevor Moore lent his voice on an episode of the HBO show The Life and Times of Tim. A year after that, he then featured in a sketch for WWE as John Cena’s hand double on the set of 12 Rounds.
After getting a success and gaining a popularity with his group known as Whitest Kids U’ Know, Trevor Moore and Creggar was approached by Fox Searchlight with a script and a movie project. After having a discussion, they decided to accept the offer. However, they did not accept as they offered. At the time, they made some changes by rewriting the original script so that the script can fit their comedic style. After successfully completing the filming of the second season of The Whitest Kids U’ Know, they directed and made an appearance in a film that was released on March 13, 2009 called Miss March.
Trevor Moore and Sam Brown had the idea for a movie about the American Civil War when they were still in college. When shooting the fifth season of the Whitest Kids U’ Know, he and the group wrote and shot the season film called The Civil War on Drugs. It was dropped in 2011 and all of them played multiple roles. It was the product of Moore and Cregger. It was a hit.
Not only acting, Trevor Moore also spread his wings to the music field. In March 2013, he made his debut with Drunk Texts to Myself on Comedy Central Records. He was the director of the album. It has a total of 12 tracks, including the song entitled Drunk Texts to Myself with Reggie Watts featured in it. Some other ones include What About Mouthwash? And Founding Fathers Rap.
Following the success of his debut album, Trevor Moore dropped the second one called High in Church on March 10, 2015. Some of the songs included in the album are Kitty History, The Gays Got Married, and The Ballad of Billy John.
After that, the singer then released his third one on April 20, 2018, The Story of Our Times. It is a bit different compared to the previous albums he released as it has no live rendition of previously released songs.
Trevor Moore then teamed up with Brown for The Trevor Moore Show. The show consisted of a total of three episodes and began airing in August 2019 on Comedy Central.
During the pandemic, Trevor Moore became a host of the show called The Trevor Moore Quarantine show. He used to post everything on Youtube. The show itself was mostly about a sketch featuring him and his dog. There was also usually a recorded love stream session with old Whitest Kids U’ Know cast members talking about random topics. Aside from that, he and the other WKUK cast members also made an animated film called Mars. It was made before his death.
- 2009: Miss March (as Tucker Cleigh)
- 2011: The Civil War on Drugs (as Trevor, various roles)
- 2014: Our Robocop Remake (as male shop owner)
- TBA: Mars (various roles)
- 1996-1998: The Trevor Moore Show (as himself)
- 2004:2006: Uncle Morty’s Dub Shack (various roles)
- 2007-2011: The Whitest Kids U’ Know (various roles)
- 2011: Breaking In (as Josh Armstrong)
- 2011-2013: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (various roles)
- 2015: Trevor Moore’s High in Church (as himself)
- 2016: Walk the Prank (creator)
- 2018: The Story of Our Times (as himself)
- 2019-2021: Just Roll with It (creator)
- 2019-2021: Trevor Moore Talk Show (creator)
- 2006-2013: Whitest Kids U Know
- 2011-2012: Whatev’r Show
- 2012-2013: The Show Where Trevor Moore Does a Talk Show Thing…
- 2013: Drunk Texts to Myself (Audio CD)
- 2015: High in Church (Audio CD)
- 2018: The Story of Our Times (Digital Download)
- 2007-2011: The Whitest Kids U’Know
- 2009: Miss March
- 2011: The Civil War on Drugs