Trevor Moore, co-founder of The Whitest Kids U Know, died at the age of 41.

(CNN) At the age of 41, Trevor Moore, a comedian, actor, producer, and co-founder of the sketch comedy troupe The Whitest Kids U Know, passed away.

Moore’s manager, Kara Welker, announced his death in a statement on behalf of Moore’s family.

Moore died on Friday evening “in a sad accident,” according to the statement.

“We are heartbroken over the loss of my husband, closest friend, and father of our children. He was known to millions as a writer and comic, but to us, he was simply the center of our entire world,” his wife, Aimee Carlson, said in a statement.

“This is a devastating and unexpected loss, and we respectfully request that you respect our privacy during this time of mourning,” Carlson stated.

The co-founders of The Whitest Kids U Know, Zach Cregger and Sam Brown, expressed their sadness at Moore’s death.

“He was our best friend, and we speak for all of us when we say that Trevor’s loss is incomprehensible,” they wrote in the statement.

“Our goal is that his friends, fellow artists, and fans who loved him will remember the innumerable moments of laughter he brought them,” Cregger and Brown stated.

Moore produced and hosted “The Trevor Moore Show” on Comedy Central, as well as being a co-creator and executive producer of Disney’s “Just Roll With It.”

Comedy Central tweeted, “Trevor Moore was a tremendous talent and a critical member of the Comedy Central family; we shall miss him sincerely.”


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