Trevor Moore


Trevor Moore is an American actor, comedian, writer, musician, director, and producer. He is best known for his work on “The Whitest Kids U’ Know”.


Moore was born in Montclair, New Jersey. His parents are former Christian folk-rock singers, Mickey & Becki Moore, who were successful in the 1980s, their single 'Love Song for Number Two' having ranked as the number two Christian song in the USA. Because he traveled a lot on tour with his family, he changed schools constantly, going to about five different schools. By the age of 15, he became a published cartoonist after compiling his early work in a book called Scraps. At 16, Moore created the comic strip Cuddy for the now-defunct newspaper The Charlottesville Observer.

Trevor Moore attended high school at the Covenant School in Charlottesville, and by the time he was 18 he graduated while also developing personal projects.

Moore started out as a broadcasting major at Virginia Commonwealth University, and while he originally wanted to study journalism and political science, he chose film in the end. Moore, like his future Whitest Kids U' Know comrades Sam Brownand Zach Cregger studied in Manhattan's prestigious SVA School of Visual Arts where he majored in film with a BFA and graduated cum laude.



Year Title Role Notes
2009 Miss March Tucker Cleigh Main Role
2011 Our Robocop Remake Cameo Appearance
The Whitest Kids U’ Know Film Pre-Production

Television Work

Year Title Role Credits
1996-1998 The Trevor Moore Show Himself Creator
2004-2006 Uncle Morty’s Dub Shack Various


2007-2011 The Whitest Kids U’ Know Various


Actor, Producer



2016-2018 Walk the Prank Creator


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