Trey Parker is an American actor, animator, writer, director, producer and singer-songwriter best known for co-creating the adult animated sitcom 'South Park' (1997-present), which has earned him five 'Primetime Emmy Awards' amongst numerous awards and accolades. His other notable work is co-writing and co-directing the Broadway musical 'The Book of Mormon' (2011), for which he won four 'Tony Awards' and a 'Grammy Award'.
He made his feature film debut by producing, directing, writing and starring in the musical titled 'Cannibal! The Musical' (1993). His second film 'Orgazmo' (1997), which he also produced, wrote and directed, and 'BASEketball', which he starred in, were failures. However, the feature-length film based on the 'South Park' series, titled 'South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut' (1999), became the top grossing R-rated animated film of all time. One of his best films, it also earned him a nomination for 'Academy Award for Best Original Song'. Other movies in his filmography include the satirical action-comedy film 'Team America: World Police' (2004) and the hugely successful animated action-comedy film 'Despicable Me 3' (2017).
He was a crew member on the TV shows 'That's My Bush!', 'Kenny vs. Spenny', 'Saul of the Mole Men' and 'How's Your News?'.