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She began her career at age seven, with early film roles in The Amityville Horror (2005), The Poker House (2008), (500) Days of Summer (2009), Diary of a Wimpy Kid (2010) and Let Me In (2010).Moretz' breakthrough came in 2010 with her performance as Hit-Girl in the superhero film Kick-Ass and its 2013 sequel Kick-Ass 2.Trevor Moore attended high school at the Covenant School in Charlottesville, and by the time he was 18 he graduated while also developing personal projects.Moore, like his future Whitest Kids U' Know comrades Sam Brown and Zach Cregger studied in Manhattan's prestigious SVA School of Visual Arts where he majored in film with a BFA and graduated cum laude.The WKUK success on the internet and live shows led to an invitation to the 2006 HBO U. After the success of The Whitest Kids U'Know, Fox Searchlight approached Moore and Zach Cregger with a script and offered them a movie project. But because Fuse was a music channel and the troupe was their only non-music show, Jennifer Caserta, who was the EVP of marketing at IFC at the time, had been working with them at Fuse (both networks are owned by the same parent company) so when she went over to work with IFC, she asked if she could bring the WKUK along. Finally, while shooting the fifth season for the Whitest Kids U' Know, he and the troupe wrote and filmed his second feature film titled "The Civil War on Drugs" where they all played multiple roles.After consideration they accepted, rewrote the original script and adapted it to their comedy style, and after completing filming of the second season of The Whitest Kids U'Know, they directed and starred on Miss March. The movie was directed by Trevor Moore and Zach Cregger.Later, Moore went on to work at the cable TV start up Imagin Asian TV as a producer and writer for Jimbo Matison's Uncle Morty's Dub Shack, a comedy show that involved comedians performing sketches, and re-voicing and parodying old Asian movies.
On the first Tuesday of every month from November 6, 2012, when it opened with a special show on the night of the presidential election, through February 2013, Trevor Moore did a talk show and comedy show on stage with fellow comedian Josh Fadem in LA.
The first read: ‘We’re tweeting live from inside HR where we’re all being fired! ’ One minute later came the update: ‘There are over 60 of us being fired at once!