Moir was born in London, Ontario, Canada and raised in Ilderton, Ontario. He attended Medway High School (Arva, Ontario), in addition to an electronic learning highschool called AMDEC. He currently lives and trains in Canton, Michigan, USA. Moir comes from a skating family. He is the younger brother of Danny Moir and Charlie Moir. His cousins Sheri Moir and Cara Moir competed at the 2007 World Synchronized Skating Championships for Canada's NEXXICE team. His mother is a coach.
In October 2010, Moir, Virtue and co-writer Steve Milton published a book about their career called Tessa And Scott: Our Journey From Childhood Dream To Gold .
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