At the age of twelve, Trevor Moore published his first book of cartoons, and at age 16 he began writing weekly cartoons for several newspapers in his home state of Virginia. Immediately after graduating high school, Trevor headed to LA to pursue stand-up comedy. He quickly signed a deal to write and produce The Trevor Moore Show, a weekly sketch comedy, for the family oriented PAX-TV. The show was canceled after eleven months due to offensive content. Trevor then moved to New York to attend college, and in addition to his work with The Whitest Kids, served for several years as a staff comedy writer at Imaginasian TV, an Asian television network. He also co-directed and starred in the film Miss March and was a correspondent on The Jay Leno Show. He currently lives Los Angeles and spends his free time fixing up old boats and amateur shark hunting. He owns a 72 year old parrot named named Oscar.