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Trey Parker

Trey Parker
  • Career: Actor
  • Top celebrities: 4508
  • BirthDate: 1969, 19 of October , Conifer, Colorado, USA
  • Spouse: Emma Sugiyama (January 2006 - 2008) (divorced)
  • Zodiac sign: Libra
  • Facts of life

    Born on October 19, 1969, Trey Parker has already become a popular male celerity in the world. Born in Denver, Colorado, the USA, he is an Actor, animator, voice actor. Moreover, he is also a writer, director, and producer. He has an important contribution in the music industry. He has actually become familiar for SouthPark, Team America: World Police, Longer & Uncut, and The Book of Mormon.

    While he was a teenager, Trey Parker had an increased passion for musical theatre and therefore joined the Evergreen Players, which was a mountain community theatre outer Denver. When he was 14, he received his first role in The Best Little Whorehouse and started designing sets for the Little Shop of Horrors. While he was in Evergreen High, he continued his musical career and cast in Grease playing the character Danny Zuko. 

    Parker is also known for writing and directing most parts of SouthPark episodes that will be produced until 2016.

  • Awards: Nominated Oscar - 2000 for "Best Music, Original Song for:South Park - Der Film (1999). Shared with: Marc Shaiman For the song "Blame Canada"."
    Nominated Annie - 1999 for "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Writing in an Animated Feature Production for:South Park - Der Film (1999). Shared with: Matt Stone Pam Brady"
    Won CableACE - 1997 for "Animated Programming Special or Series for:"South Park" (1997). Shared with: Brian Graden (executive producer) Matt Stone (executive producer) Anne Garefino (producer) Pam Brady (consulting producer)"
    Won CFCA Award - 2000 for "Best Original Score for:South Park - Der Film (1999). Shared with: Marc Shaiman"
    Nominated Emmy - 2011 for "Outstanding Animated Program for:"South Park" (1997). Shared with: Jenny Yu (director of animation) Bill Hader (producer) Bruce Howell (producer) Jack Shih (director of animation) Frank C. Agnone II (supervising producer) Adrien Beard (producer) Ryan Quincy (animation producer) Eric Stough (producer) Vernon Chatman (producer) Anne Garefino (executive producer) Matt Stone (executive producer) For episode "Crack Baby Athletic Association.""
    Nominated Emmy - 2010 for "Outstanding Animated Program for:"South Park" (1997). Shared with: Anne Garefino (executive producer) Vernon Chatman (producer) Adrien Beard (producer) Eric Stough (producer) Frank C. Agnone II (supervising producer) Erica Rivinoja (producer) Bruce Howell (producer) Matt Stone (executive producer) Ryan Quincy (animation producer) Jenny Yu (director of animation) Jack Shih (director of animation) (Comedy Central). For episode "200/201"."
    Won Emmy - 2009 for "Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour) for:"South Park" (1997). Shared with: Matt Stone (executive producer) Anne Garefino (executive producer) Frank C. Agnone II (supervising producer) Eric Stough (producer) Adrien Beard (producer) Bruce Howell (producer) Erica Rivinoja (producer) Vernon Chatman (producer) Bill Hader (producer) Ryan Quincy (director of animation) (Comedy Central). For episode "Margaritaville"."
    Won Emmy - 2008 for "Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or More) for:"South Park" (1997). Shared with: Matt Stone (executive producer) Anne Garefino (executive producer) Frank C. Agnone II (supervising producer) Kyle McCulloch (producer) Eric Stough (producer) Bruce Howell (producer) Adrien Beard (producer) Vernon Chatman (producer) Erica Rivinoja (producer) Pam Brady (producer) Ryan Quincy (director of animation) (Comedy Central). For episode "Imaginationland"."
    Won Emmy - 2007 for "Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour) for:"South Park" (1997). Shared with: Matt Stone (executive producer) Anne Garefino (executive producer) Frank C. Agnone II (supervising producer) Kyle McCulloch (producer) Eric Stough (director of animation) (Comedy Central). For episode "Make Love, Not Warcraft"."
    Nominated Emmy - 2006 for "Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour) for:"South Park" (1997). Shared with: Matt Stone (executive producer) Anne Garefino (executive producer) Frank C. Agnone II (producer) Eric Stough (director of animation) (Comedy Central). For episode "Trapped In The Closet"."
    Won Emmy - 2005 for "Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour) for:"South Park" (1997). Shared with: Matt Stone (executive producer) Anne Garefino (executive producer) Jennifer Howell (supervising producer) Frank C. Agnone II (producer) Eric Stough (director of animation) (Comedy Central). For episode "Best Friends Forever"."
    Nominated Emmy - 2004 for "Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour) for:"South Park" (1997). Shared with: Matt Stone (executive producer) Anne Garefino (executive producer) Frank C. Agnone II (producer) Jennifer Howell (supervising producer) Eric Stough (director of animation) (Comedy Central). For episode "Christmas In Canada"."
    Nominated Emmy - 2002 for "Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour) for:"South Park" (1997). Shared with: Anne Garefino (executive producer) Matt Stone (executive producer) Deborah Liebling (executive producer) Frank C. Agnone II (supervising producer) Eric Stough (animation director) David R. Goodman (writer) Kyle McCulloch (writer) Nancy Pimental (writer) Erica Rivinoja (writer) (Comedy Central). For episode "Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants""
    Nominated Emmy - 2000 for "Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less) for:"South Park" (1997). Shared with: Anne Garefino (executive producer) Deborah Liebling (executive producer) Matt Stone (executive producer) Frank C. Agnone II (supervising producer) Eric Stough (animation director) (Comedy Central). For episode "Chinpoko Mon"."
    Nominated Emmy - 1998 for "Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less) for:"South Park" (1997). Shared with: Anne Garefino (executive producer) Deborah Liebling (executive producer) Matt Stone (executive producer/writer) Pam Brady (creative producer) Frank C. Agnone II (supervising producer) Brian Graden (executive producer) Eric Stough (animation director) (Comedy Central). For episode "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride"."
    Won Audience Award - 1997 for "Best Short for:The Spirit of Christmas (1995). Tied with Only Child (1996)."
    Nominated Gemini - 2008 for "Best Comedy Program or Series for:"Kenny vs. Spenny" (2002). Shared with: Ira Levy Abby Finer Noreen Halpern Kenny Hotz Amy Marcella John Morayniss Spencer Rice Kirsten Scollie Matt Stone Peter Williamson"
    Won LAFCA Award - 1999 for "Best Music for:South Park - Der Film (1999). Shared with: Marc Shaiman"
    Won LAFCA Award - 1997 for "Best Animation for:The Spirit of Christmas (1995). Shared with: Matt Stone Tied with _Hercules (1997)."
    Won MTV Movie Award - 2000 for "Best Musical Performance for:South Park - Der Film (1999). Shared with: Matt Stone For the song "Uncle Fucka"."
    Won Nova Award - 1998 for "Most Promising Producer in Television for:"South Park" (1997). Shared with: Matt Stone"
    Won Maverick Filmmakers Award - 2003 for "Shared with: Matt Stone"
    Won Silver Medal - 1993 for "Animation for:American History (1992). Shared with: Chris Graves University of Colorado."
  • Position in top best awards winner: 687
  • Films with Trey Parker: South Park - 1997-2012
    How's Your News? - 2009
    South Park: Kyle Sucks Cartman's Balls - The Trilogy - 2008
    Kenny vs. Spenny - 2007-2008
    How's Your News?: On the Campaign Trail - 2004
    Team America: World Police - 2004
    That's My Bush! - 2001
    How's Your News? - 1999
    South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut - 1999
    South Park - 1998
    Orgazmo - 1997
    Time Warped - 1995
    The Spirit of Christmas - 1995
    Cannibal! The Musical - 1993
    The Spirit of Christmas - 1992
    Tales from the Crapper - 2004
    South Park Rally - 2000
    Christmas in South Park - 2000
    3 Friends & Jerry - 1999
    Terror Firmer - 1999
    Revenge of the Roadkill Rabbit - 1999
    South Park: Chef's Luv Shack - 1999
    BASEketball - 1998
    For Goodness Sake II - 1996
    Your Studio and You - 1995
    The Book of Mormon - 2014
    American History - 1992
    South Park -
    South Park - 1997-2009
    Saul of the Mole Men - 2007
    Bowling for Columbine - 2002
    The 72nd Annual Academy Awards - 2000
    South Park - 1997
    Tubes of Fire - 1998
    The Legend of Action Man - 2010
    Undead or Alive: A Zombedy - 2007
    Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan - 2006
    Knight of the Living Dead - 2005
    6 Days to Air: The Making of South Park - 2011
    60 Minutes - 2011
    The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - 1997-2011
    The 65th Annual Tony Awards - 2011
    The Comedy Awards - 2011
    Charlie Rose - 2005-2011
    Late Night with Jimmy Fallon - 2011
    Late Show with David Letterman - 2006-2011
    The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special: In 3-D! On Ice! - 2010
    Direct Your Own Damn Movie! - 2009
    Tromatized: Meet Lloyd Kaufman - 2009
    The Masterpiece That Almost Wasn't - 2008
    Taint of Greatness: The Journey of Beavis and Butt-Head, Part 2 - 2006
    Dokument: Humor - 2005
    Jimmy Kimmel Live! - 2003-2005
    Make Your Own Damn Movie! - 2005
    05 Spaceys - 2005
    The Hour - 2005
    'Team America': An Introduction - 2005
    'Team America': Building the World - 2005
    'Team America': Up Close with Kim Jong-Il - 2005
    'Team America': Miniature Pyrotechnics - 2005
    'Team America': Pulling the Strings - 2005
    'Team America': Capturing the Action - 2005
    'Team America': Crafting the Puppets - 2005
    The Culture Show - 2005
    The 100 Greatest Cartoons - 2005
    I Love the '90s: Part Deux - 2005
    The Aristocrats - 2005
    MTV Icon: The Cure - 2004
    Last Call with Carson Daly - 2004
    Late Night with Conan O'Brien - 1998-2004
    The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - 1998-2004
    I Love the '90s - 2004
    VH1 Goes Inside - 2003
    The Book of Orgazmo - 2003
    Tribeca Film Festival Presents - 2003
    Uncensored Comedy: That's Not Funny! - 2003
    Run Ronnie Run - 2002
    Lapdance 01 - 2001
    Planet of the Apes: Rule the Planet - 2001
    Dennis Miller Live - 1998-2001
    2000 MTV Movie Awards - 2000
    Top Ten - 2000
    Python Night: 30 Years of Monty Python - 1999
    Goin' Down to South Park - 1999
    The 51st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - 1999
    MTV Video Music Awards 1998 - 1998
    1998 Primetime Creative Arts Emmys - 1998
    5 Second Movies - 2008
    50 Greatest Comedy Catchphrases - 2008
    20 to 1 - 2006
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