Comedian Trevor Moore to be laid to rest in private funeral after death at 41, as initial autopsy ruled inconclusive

TREVOR Moore will be laid to rest in a private funeral service after dying suddenly at age 41.

The comedian’s initial autopsy has been ruled inconclusive, according to a source and authorities.  

A source familiar with the arrangements exclusively told The Sun that Trevor will be laid to rest in a private service.  

Fans have been asked to donate to NEXT for Autism in lieu of sending flowers. 

The Sun has also learned that the sketch comedian's initial autopsy has been completed and that his body was released to his family earlier this week.  

The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner's office tells The Sun that the “cause of death at this time is deferred which means that after an autopsy, a cause of death has not been determined and the medical examiner is requesting more investigation into the death, including additional studies.” 

It will be some time before an official cause of death will be determined, as the Medical Examiner explained: “Once the test and studies come back, the doctor evaluates the case again, and then makes the cause of death determination." 

Trevor was tragically found dead by his wife, Aimee Carlson, in the yard of his Los Angeles mansion in the early morning hours of August 7th according to the Los Angeles Police Department. 

The successful comedian's manager first announced his tragic passing, and described the incident as an "accident" in a statement last weekend. 

An LAPD spokesperson exclusively told The Sun that a 911 call came in from Trevor's wife at 2:39 am on August 7th from the family's home. 

The Los Angeles Medical Examiner's office claimed the star was found in his yard, and authorities pronounced him dead on the scene. 

Trevor, who was best known for co-founding the sketch comedy group The Whitest Kids U Know, was mourned by his family in an emotional statement. 


Aimee said: “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. 

“We don’t know how we’ll go on without him, but we’re thankful for the memories we do have that will stay with us forever. " 

She added: “We appreciate the outpouring of love and support we have received from everyone.  

“This is a tragic and sudden loss and we ask that you please respect our privacy during this time of grieving.” 


His close friends and frequent creative collaborators, Zach Cregger and Sam Brown, released a statement of their own after losing their “brother.” 

The pair said: “Early this morning, we learned that we lost our brother, our collaborator and the driving force behind WKUK.  

“He was our best friend, and we speak for all of us in saying that the loss of Trevor is unimaginable."


Zach and Sam continued: “We are heartbroken and our grief pales in comparison to the loss felt by his wife and son.  

“On behalf of WKUK, we ask for privacy during our time of profound grief, and strength for his family who are dealing with the impossible thought of living life without him.  

“Our hope is that friends, fellow artists, and fans that loved him will not focus on his death, but will remember the countless moments of laughter he gave them.” 


Trevor went on to write and direct Walk The Prank – a series about four kids who pull off real pranks on unsuspecting people – on Disney XD. 

Most recently, he co-created and executive produced the Disney show Just Roll With It.  

The comedy followed improv actors who allowed the show audience to choose what happens in various scenes. 

Trevor was born in Montclair, New Jersey in 1980 but moved to New York City at the age of 19 to pursue his career. 

He scored a personal internship with Lorne Michaels – who created Saturday Night Live and helped jumpstart the career of countless comedians.  

The funny man then was selected to be part of the prestigious NBC page program – where he met his future wife, Aimee. 

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