Who was Trevor Moore's wife Aimee Carlson? Comedian was world's youngest published cartoonist
Trevor Moore also scripted and directed Disney XD series, 'Walk the Prank', and was the creator and host of 'The Trevor Moore Show' on Comedy Central
Trevor Moore, the co-founder of the sketch comedy group 'The Whitest Kids U Know', died in an accident on Friday, July 6, at the age of 41. Now his fans want to know more about him and his family.
The comedian, actor and producer’s death was confirmed in a statement issued by his manager on behalf of his wife and family. “We are devastated by the loss of my husband, best friend and the father of our son. He was known as a writer and comedian to millions, and yet to us he was simply the center of our whole world,” the statement read. "This is a tragic and sudden loss and we ask that you please respect our privacy during this time of grieving.”
“Trevor Moore was an incredible talent and a vital member of the Comedy Central family. We will miss him dearly,” the network wrote. The comedian reportedly got his start in the entertainment industry at age 12, when he became the world’s youngest published cartoonist, a 1995 feature in The Virginian-Pilot said. “Such a warped mind at such a young age! Loved the book!’
Trevor Moore was an incredible talent and a vital member of the Comedy Central family. We will miss him dearly. pic.twitter.com/yRhyhy72qz— comedycentral (@ComedyCentral) August 7, 2021
Who was Trevor Moore's wife?
Moore was the founder of 'The Whitest Kids U Know' alongside Zach Cregger, Sam Brown, Timmy Williams and Darren Trumeter. The New York-based troupe reportedly gained national recognition after winning an HBO US Comedy Arts Festival award in 2006 and produced a self-titled series that ran for five seasons on IFC and has enduring popularity on YouTube. Moore also scripted and directed Disney XD series, 'Walk the Prank', and was the creator and host of 'The Trevor Moore Show' on Comedy Central, which tweeted a tribute to the Montclair, NJ, native on Saturday night. When Moore was 16, he started writing weekly cartoons for newspapers in Virginia, and then started producing a weekly sketch comedy program for his local TV station.
Moore is survived by his wife Aimee Carlson and their son August. Carlson is working as a senior vice president for Fuzzy Door, a "production company behind many of today’s most successful film and television projects. With potent irreverence, biting satire, rule-breaking humor, compelling social issues and engaging storytelling, it has created an enviable portfolio of award-winning properties." She has completed her bachelors in arts from Kenyon College.
She is the daughter of Mary Anne Carlson and James Carlson of Virginia Beach. The couple got married in 2010 in Brooklyn. Rev Dr Norman E Walter, a Baptist minister, officiated their wedding at a nondenominational ceremony at the Botanic Garden.