Trey Parker is an American animator, writer, director, and voice actor, best known as the co-creator of the long-running animated series “South Park” along with Matt Stone. He and Stone met while attending the University of Colorado and created the show while they were still in college. “South Park” premiered in 1997 and has since become one of the most popular and influential animated series of all time, known for its irreverent and often controversial humor. Parker has also co-written and co-directed several feature films based on the show. He has also provided voices for several characters on the show, including Eric Cartman, Stan Marsh, and Randy Marsh. In addition to his work on “South Park,” Parker has also worked on other projects such as the film “Team America: World Police” and the Broadway musical “The Book of Mormon,” which he co-created, co-wrote and co-directed. Parker is known for his sharp wit, dark humor and his ability to push the boundaries of what is considered acceptable in entertainment.