Oct. 19th, 1969
Conifer, Colorado, USA
Trey Parker's Main TV Roles
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Trey was born in Conifer, Colorado, on October 19, 1969 to Randy Parker (I) ,a geologist, and Sharon Parker, an insurance broker. He has an older sister, Shelley Parker. He met Matt Stone (I) (co-creator of "South Park" (1997)) while attending the University of Colorado in Boulder, where he had a double major of music and Japanese. While at UCB he wrote, directed and starred in Alferd Packer: The Musical (1996) (aka "Cannibal: The Musical!") based on a true episode in Colorado's history. After graduation from UCB (rumors that he didn't due to skipping classes to work on the movie are false), he and Stone were asked by then-FoxLab executive Brian Graden to create an animated Christmas card for his friends and family. The now infamous short, titled The Spirit of Christmas (1995), led to "South Park" (1997).
- Wrote every new song for _Team America: World Police (2004)_ (qv) This includes "Freedom Isn't Free", "America F*** Yeah!","The End of an Act". He also co-wrote "Everyone Has AIDS" for the movie.
- Sings and plays the keyboard for a band called D.V.D.A
- Before _"South Park" (1997)_ (qv) began airing, he was offered the chance to direct the feature film version of the popular purple dinosaur in _Barney's Great Adventure (1998)_ (qv).
- Attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, before attending University of Colorado at Boulder.
- Has played piano since the age of 12 and credits 'Elton John' (qv) as a hero.
- On _"South Park" (1997)_ (qv), he is the voice of "Stan Marsh" and Stan's father "Randy Marsh" (among other characters). He named Stan's parents (Sharon and Randy) after his own.
- He had written a script titled "Fuzzies", which is a children's story he was planning to direct using stop-motion-animation for the closet creatures, but the project has been put on hold. He and 'Matt Stone (I)' (qv) were also planning to make a movie based on "That's My Bush!".
- Nearly every song heard on _"South Park" (1997)_ (qv) is written by him.