At the age of 16, Trevor began to write weekly cartoons for several newspapers in Virgina.
When Trevor was 12 years old he became the youngest published cartoonist ever.
Trevors comedy group "The Whitest Kids U Know" was invited to the HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in 2006 and won the jury prize for "Best Sketch Group".
Trevor has a comic strip called "Cuddy the Cow," for the Charlottesville, Virginia-based Daily Progress newspaper.
In 1998, WADA-TV gave Trevor a deal to produce new episodes of his "Trevor Moore Show" which previously ran on public access. The show, which ran for sixteen episodes, was cancelled due to some edgy skits including "Who Died Today?" The skit was a parody newscast that took place from the local senior citizen's home and was deemed too offensive for the PAX-TV affiliate.