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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. The movie was directed by Trevor Moore and Zach Cregger.
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. It was limitedly released in theaters and ultimately run along the WKUK fifth season.
Trevor Moore was born on April 3, 1980 in Montclair, New Jersey, USA as Trevor Paul Moore.It is a historical drama that the WKUK made to document the journey to legalize marijuana during the Civil War.In recent years, Moore was periodically featured on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno in recurring segments showcasing pre-taped man-on-the-street style comedy bits which feature pranks on and encounters with an unsuspecting public.In 2008, Moore was a guest voice on an episode of the HBO show The Life and Times of Tim. Comedy Festival; Sundance, MTV, and Comedy Central were all talking to them about doing a pilot, but Fuse was already getting it started. During their college years, Moore and Sam Brown had the idea for a movie about the American Civil War.In 2009, Moore was featured in a sketch for WWE, on the set of 12 Rounds being John Cena's "hand double". The troupe did not disappoint, winning the award for Best Sketch Group and attracting the attention of many Hollywood executives. 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.