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(born April 4, 1980) is an American actor, comedian, writer, director, producer, and musician.He is known as the founding member of the New York City-based comedy troupe The Whitest Kids U' Know, who had their own sketch comedy series on IFC which ran for five seasons. 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.He directed and starred in complementary musical videos for this album also produced by Comedy Central.The album has 12 tracks, such as "Drunk Texts To Myself (feat. ", and arguably the most popular song on the album, "Founding Fathers Rap".Since the foundation of the WKUK comedy troupe, Moore and the other members constantly participate in on stage presentations either individually or as a group in different projects.He tours every year with the WKUK troupe performing in live shows with old and new sketches.The fifth and final season of everyone’s favorite sketch comedy show The Whitest Kids U’Know is underway at IFC.We are showing new episodes of one of the wackiest, crassest, and funniest show around every Friday at p.m. As an added bonus each episode has another chapter of The Civil War on Drugs, the historical drama that the Kids made to document the journey to legalize marijuana during the war between the states.
Later, Moore went on to work at the cable TV start up Imagin Asian TV as a producer and writer for Jimbo Matison's Uncle Morty's Dub Shack, a comedy show that involved comedians performing sketches, and re-voicing and parodying old Asian movies.Moore, like his future Whitest Kids U' Know comrades Sam Brown and Zach Cregger studied in Manhattan's prestigious SVA School of Visual Arts where he majored in film with a BFA and graduated cum laude.From 1997 to 1998 his show, called The Trevor Moore Show, ran on public-access television in Charlottesville, Virginia.It garnered a following among the local college community so by the time he was 18, Moore was offered a deal by Pax-TV a Christian network (now Ion Television).The show lasted sixteen episodes with sketches like "I Wonder Who Died Today?