Trey Parker (2)

Mostly Credited As: Trey Parker (2)
Birth Name: Randolph Severn Parker III
Date Of Birth: October 19, 1969 (Age 46)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Conifer, Colorado
Height: 6' 1" (1.85 m)

Trey Parker (2)

Trey Parker was born Randolph Severn Parker III on October 19, 1969 in the town of Conifer, Colorado. His parents, Randy (a geologist) and Sharon (an insurance broker), are the basis for South Park characters Randy and Sharon Marsh, and his older sister, Shelley, became the model for Shelley Marsh, just as he based the character of Stan on himself. Trey Parker went to West Jefferson Junior High School and later graduated from Evergreen High School in Evergreen, Colorado in 1988. Showing his comic gift at a young age, he was even voted class clown. He first attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, but later transferred to the University of Colorado, where he took courses in music, Japanese, and film, though he never graduated because he missed too many classes. While there, he met Matt Stone, and made several animated shorts. He and Stone moved to Los Angeles to break into the film industry, and together created the short animated film, The Spirit of Christmas: Jesus vs. Frosty, which became the basis for the show, South Park.

For his next feature film, Orgazmo (1997), Parker wrote, directed and starred in story about a wholesome Mormon man who becomes a famous adult film star. Around this time, the show South Park was picked up by Comedy Central, and a starring role in the film BASEketball soon followed. Parker and Stone then created the full-length animated musical film, South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999), for which they were nominated for best song, "Blame Canada". Parker and Stone have also collaborated on the sitcom, That's My Bush, and the movie, Team America: World Police (2004).

Parker married Emma Sugiyama in January 2006, and currently resides in Bel Air, California.

TV Appearances

Main cast 
I Love the '90s: Part Deux (2004)As: Himself
I Love the '90s (2004)As: Himself
3 Friends and Jerry (1998)As: Frank -- [Voice]
South Park (1997)As: Stan Marsh, Eric Theodore Cartman, Herbert Garrison, Officer Barbrady, Terrance, Timmy, Ned Gerblanski, Satan, Randy Marsh,& Various -- [Voice]
Episode Cast Credits 

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah (1996) 
  Trey Parker & Matt Stone 16x78: (Jun/15/2011) As Himself, [Interviewees]
  Trey Parker & Matt Stone 16x36: (Mar/10/2011) As Himself, [Interviewees]
  Trey Parker & Matt Stone 02x138: (Oct/27/1997) As Himself, [Interviewees]

The Late Show with David Letterman (1993) 
  Brian Williams, Trey Parker & Matt Stone, Zac Brown Band 18x99: (Feb/28/2011) As Himself, [Interviewees]
  Vin Diesel, Trey Parker & Matt Stone 13x114: (Mar/15/2006) As Himself 

The Simpsons (1989) 
  The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special - In 3-D! On Ice! (Jan/10/2010) As Himself 

Nightline (1980) 
  Nightline Goes To South Park 26x15: (Sep/22/2006) As Himself 

CBS News Sunday Morning (1979) 
  Slacker! 28x50: (Aug/13/2006) As Himself 

Jimmy Kimmel Live (2003) 
  Matt Stone, Trey Parker, Rodney Carrington, Shinedown 03x139: (Oct/14/2005) As Himself 
  10/22/04 01x168: (Oct/22/2004) As Himself, [Interviewees]
  Matt Stone, Trey Parker, Lorenzo Lamas, Ralphie May, Smilez, & Southstar 01x33: (Mar/12/2003) As Himself 

Last Call with Carson Daly (2002) 
  Trey Parker & Matt Stone, Linda Cohn, Dan Naturman, Ben Harper w/Blind Boys of Alabama 03x116: (Oct/22/2004) As Himself 

Late Night with Conan O'Brien (1993) 
  Matt Stone & Trey Parker, Seth Meyers, The Libertines 12x26: (Oct/13/2004) As Himself 

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992) 
  Dennis Miller, Trey Parker & Matt Stone, Mark Knopfler 13x12: (Oct/05/2004) As Himself 
  Martin Sheen, Trey Parker/matt Stone, Pete Yorn 09x71: (Apr/03/2001) As Himself 

VH1 Goes Inside (2003) 
  Primetime Cartoons 01x02: (Oct/02/2003) As Himself 

South Park (1997) 
  South Park 5th Anniversary Special (Sep/03/2002) As Himself 
  Free Hat 06x09: (Jul/10/2002) As Himself, [Uncredited]

Dennis Miller Live (1994) 
  Blatant Self-Promotion 06x23: (Jul/16/1999) As Himself 
  Rebellion 05x18: (Jun/05/1998) As Himself 
Crew Credits

Show Crew

Kenny vs. Spenny (2003)• Executive Producer (S4)
South Park (1997)• Creator
• Staff Writer
• Executive Producer
• Music
That's My Bush! (2001)• Creator
• Executive Producer
• Music (Main Theme)
How's Your News? (2009)• Executive Producer

Episode Crew

South Park (1997) (Credited in 215 episodes from this show) 
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Goth Kids 3: Dawn of the Posers 17x04 Oct/23/2013 As: Director, Writer
World War Zimmerman 17x03 Oct/09/2013 As: Director, Writer
Informative Murder Porn 17x02 Oct/02/2013 As: Director, Writer
Let Go, Let Gov 17x01 Sep/25/2013 As: Director, Writer
Sarcastaball 16x08 Sep/26/2012 As: Director, Writer
That's My Bush! (2001) (Credited in 8 episodes from this show) 
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Fare Thee Welfare 01x08 May/23/2001 As: Writer
Trapped in a Small Environment 01x07 May/16/2001 As: Writer
Mom "E" D.E.A. Arrest 01x06 May/09/2001 As: Writer
The First Lady's Persqueeter 01x05 May/02/2001 As: Writer
S.D.I.-Aye-AYE! 01x04 Apr/25/2001 As: Writer

Received the Student Academy Award for his short construction-paper cartoon "American History."

He received the Cable Ace award for creating "South Park" with Matt Stone.

Trademark: He often collaborates with Matt Stone.

Trademark: His professional artistic efforts are usually written, produced, directed and performed by himself.

Has a band called D.V.D.A. ("Double-Vaginal, Double Anal") with Matt Stone. The band usually scores everything him and Matt do.

Has garnered an Oscar nomination, a Student Academy Award, an Emmy, a a Cable Ace Award and a Tony.

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