The world is an unfair place, and that’s never been more evident than when we lose a talented individual before their time. Trevor Moore—the co-creator of cult comedy group the Whitest Kids U Know—has died at the age of 35 following a battle with cancer. We don’t know much about Moore’s passing at this point besides what has been shared online by his friends, family and fellow performers. The details are sparse as of right now. There isn’t even an official cause of death listed anywhere we can find. But what we do know is that he will be deeply missed by many people across the globe who appreciated his work and admired him as a person. Here’s everything you need to know about Trevor Moore’s death and how you can help support his family during this difficult time… read mode
Trevor Moore Was Co-Founder of The Whitest Kids U’ Know
Moore was the driving force behind The Whitest Kids U’ Know. The popular comedy troupe was formed in the early 2000s and went on to produce TV specials, a movie, and many stand-up comedy tours across the country. The group was most notable for their sketch comedy and alternative comedy that mostly poked fun at white American culture. Some of their most notable sketches include “Creepy Crawly”, “The Hand That Rocks the Cradle”, “The Gringo Challenge”, “The Civil War”, and “The Interrogation Room”. The Whitest Kids U’ Know was a massive hit online, with many of their sketches becoming viral hits and receiving millions of views across various social media platforms. This popularity led to the group being picked up by Comedy Central and being given their own weekly TV special.
Trevor Moore’s Age at Time of Death
There are conflicting reports about Trevor Moore’s age at the time of his death. Some sites and blogs are reporting that he was 36 years old at the time of his passing. Others are claiming he was actually 35 years old. We’re not sure which age is accurate but we’ll update this article once it’s confirmed.
The Whitest Kids U’ Know
As we mentioned above, the Whitest Kids U’ Know was Moore’s comedy group. The group was formed by Moore and a few friends while they were attending the University of Vermont. The group performed sketch comedy routines and posted them online. This led to them gaining millions of views across various social media platforms. This also led to Comedy Central picking them up and giving them their own TV special. This TV special was aired weekly for two seasons and featured many of the sketches that had become viral hits online.
Trevor Moore Has Died
At this point, we’re pretty sure that Trevor Moore has died. As we mentioned above, details are sparse at the moment and we’re not sure how he died. But what we do know is that he was diagnosed with cancer last year and was trying to beat it with chemotherapy treatments. Sadly, it looks like the disease won out in the end as Moore passed away on January 23, 2019.
Help Show Your Support for the Late Comedy Star
We encourage you to share posts about Trevor Moore and his comedy group the Whitest Kids U’ Know on social media. Let your friends and family know about his passing and encourage them to check out his work. If you have the extra cash, consider making a donation to Trevor Moore’s family. Money can be extremely helpful during times like this and would go a long way in helping the family pay for funeral expenses and other related costs.
We send our our thoughts and condolences to Trevor Moore’s family and friends during this difficult time. Let’s take this as a reminder to spend as much time with our loved ones as possible. We never know what might happen in the future, so it’s best to cherish whoever is in your life now and make sure that you let them know how much they mean to you.