Trey Parker

Lowest Rated: 39% Newsies (1992)
Birthday: Oct 19, 1969
Birthplace: Conifer, Colorado, U.S
As co-creator of South Park, one of the most highly-rated original series ever to grace Comedy Central, Trey Parker is responsible for one of the most entertaining and gleefully disgusting shows in television history, a cultural phenomenon that has successfully polarized its equally fervent fans and detractors.Born October 19, 1969 in Conifer, Colorado (the town that would later inspire South Park's setting), Parker attended the University of Colorado at Boulder. There he met fellow student Matt Stone, with whom he started making a series of crudely animated cartoons. In 1996, Parker and Stone collaborated on their first film, Cannibal! The Musical, which caught the attention of FoxLab executive Brian Graden. Graden commissioned them to make a Christmas video card, The Spirit of Christmas, a 5-minute cartoon that featured the debut of the four foul-mouthed third graders who would become South Park's stars: fairly normal Stan Marsh, neurotic Kyle Broslofski, perpetually doomed Kenny McCormick, and fat and nasty Eric Cartman. The video--its language uncensored--quickly became the talk of Hollywood, and the guilty pleasure of watching four cartoon kids say bad words soon became the privilege of anyone with the cable channel Comedy Central. Debuting August 13, 1997, South Park became both hit and subject of controversy, as it was often invoked as yet another example of the popular-culture depravity corrupting America's children. However, controversy did not stop the show's rapid ascent to a place of honor in America's pop culture lexicon. Following Parker's acting, directing, and screenwriting turn in Orgazmo (1997) and his starring role in the David Zucker project BASEketball (1998), South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut hit movie screens across the country during the summer of 1999. The film became a modest hit even as its television counterpart continued to gather acclaim -- winning three consecutive Emmy's for Outstanding Animated Program starting in 2007. Later moving from animation to puppetry as the director of 2004's Team America: World Police, an outrageous satire of American foreign policy, Parker and longtime partner Stone made an even bigger leap -- this time to Broadway -- with the Tony Award-winning musical Book of Mormon in 2001.

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Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
59% Despicable Me 3 Balthazar Bratt $264.2M 2017
No Score Yet Direct Your Own Damn Movie! Actor 2009
No Score Yet South Park: Imaginationland: The Movie Director Actor 2008
64% Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead Actor 2006
No Score Yet Make Your Own Damn Movie Actor 2005
77% Team America: World Police Director Gary/Joe/Kim/Blix/Carson/Drunk/Robbins Screenwriter $32.8M 2004
71% Run Ronnie Run! Himself 2002
No Score Yet How's Your News? Executive Producer 2001
63% Christmas In South Park Actor 2000
No Score Yet Terror Firmer Hermaphrodite 1999
81% South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman Screenwriter Director Producer 1999
No Score Yet Swear Along With South Park Producer Screenwriter Director Actor 1999
48% Orgazmo Screenwriter Joe Young Director 1998
42% BASEketball Coop 1998
63% Cannibal! The Musical (Alferd Packer: The Musical) Screenwriter Director Alferd Packer Producer 1996
39% Newsies Kid Blink 1992
No Score Yet Caddie Woodlawn Actor 1990
No Score Yet Life of Python Actor 1990

TV

CREDIT
85% South Park
1997
Director Screenwriter Creator Co-creator Executive Producer Voice Producer Stan Marsh
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No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live
2003
Guest
  • 2012
No Score Yet 60 Minutes
2008
Appearing
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No Score Yet Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
2009-2014
Guest
  • 2011
No Score Yet The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
1999-2015
Guest
  • 2011
No Score Yet Kenny vs. Spenny
2003-2010
Executive Producer
  • 2009
  • 2007
No Score Yet The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
1992-2014
Guest
  • 2004
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17% Hull High
1990
Rapper No. 1
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