In the recent news, the popular American Comedian Trevor Moore has died after getting into an accident. The said accident took place on Friday, August 6 which ceased the life of the actor. The unexpected death news has shocked the 41-years-old fans who are expressing their sadness and sharing condolences and strength to his family and friends. Moore’s manager also confirmed his death on behalf of his family. However, the fans are wondering what caused the accident and what actually happened on that day as the comedian was quite young to leave the world.
Confirming Trevor Moore’s death, his manager released a statement which was on the behalf of his wife which was that she is devastated to lose her husband, best friend, and father to their son. The statement continued that Trevor was a writer and a comedian to many but for his family, he was the world and that they have no idea how they will spend the rest of their life without his presence. Later, they thanked him for all the beautiful memories that the family got to spend with Trevor and that they are thankful for those moments.
The statement concluded with the family appreciating immense love and support coming ahead from the fans all around and they requested the fans to respect their privacy in this hard time. After the unfortunate news broke out, Trevor’s fans paid tribute on Twitter. They called Moore an internet comedy innovator and prayed for his peace of soul while RIP messages were also shared in huge numbers. Though, how did the accident happen and how did Trevor die is not confirmed yet. The family has not spoken anything about it yet. Speaking of Trevor Moore, he was not just a comedian but an actor, producer, writer, director, and musician as well.
Belonging to Montclair, New Jersey in the US, the comedian had found “Whitest Kids U’ Know” (WKUK), a comedy troupe based in New York. He was the co-founder as Sam Brown and Zach Kregger were also the founding members of the popular troupe. in 2006, the trope even secured an award for Best Sketch Award In HBO’s US Comedy Arts Festival. While Moore also collected applauds for his roles in “Just Roll With It”, and “Walk the Prank” and many more. Trevor Moore is survived by his wife Aimee Carlson whom he married in 2010 and a child. We pay homage to his soul!