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MISS MARCH

TREVOR MOORE (Tucker Cleigh, Director, Writer) created his first book of cartoons at the age of 12, and by the time he was 16 was writing weekly cartoons for several newspapers in his home state of Virginia. Immediately after graduating high school, Moore headed to L.A. to pursue stand-up comedy. He quickly signed a deal with a production company to write and produce "The Trevor Moore Show,ā€¯ a weekly sketch comedy program, for PAX-TV affiliates. Writing late night comedy for a family channel ended up being tricky, and after 11 months the show was canceled due to offensive content. Moore then decided to give his comedy a shot in the Big Apple, moving there to attend the New York School of Visual Arts. It was there that he met his future MISS MARCH cohort Zach Cregger, and along with Cregger and several other dorm mates started the sketch comedy troupe The Whitest Kids U' Know.

The troupe gained popularity with its irreverent humor, and was given its own TV show with the cable TV network Fuse. With Moore at the helm, writing, producing and directing sketches, the show was a great success. The show subsequently switched networks, with its second and third season airing on IFC (Independent Film Channel) TV.

MISS MARCH, which Moore co-wrote, co-directed and co-stars in, is his first big-screen starring vehicle. Moore currently resides in New York City with his girlfriend and their cat.

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