List of South Park Cast Members - Current Cast - Trey Parker

Trey Parker

Trey Parker voices four of the main characters: Stan Marsh, Eric Cartman, Randy Marsh and Mr. Garrison. He also provides the voices of several recurring characters, such as Clyde Donovan, Mr. Hankey, Mr. Mackey, Stephen Stotch, Timmy, Tuong Lu Kim and Phillip.

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The Coon - Production
... "The Coon" was written and directed by series co-founder Trey Parker ... Like most South Park episodes, "The Coon" was first conceived by Parker and fellow co-founder Matt Stone within a week of the episode's broadcast date ... From the start, Parker and Stone wrote Cartman as caring more about his superhero image than fighting crime, but as they worked further on the episode, it began to take up more and ...
List Of South Park Characters - Recurring Characters - Supporting Characters
... by Role First appearance Marsh David[David and Sharon Marsh !Randy Marsh Trey Parker Stan's father, who worked as a geologist ... Pig" Marsh, Grandpa Marvin !Grandpa Marvin Marsh Trey Parker Randy's father and Stan's grandfather, who attempts to kill himself or have others do so in several episodes "Death" Kern, Jimbo !Jim ... and violent mother "Starvin' Marvin" Stotch, Stephen !Stephen Stotch Trey Parker Butters' strict father (possibly bisexual, as explored in "Butters ...
List Of South Park Characters - Recurring Characters - Minor Characters
... Garrison Trey Parker The boys' teacher who had a sex change operation during season nine, before changing it back during season twelve "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe" Mackey, Mr ... Mackey Trey Parker The school's counselor, who says "M'Kay" randomly "Mr ... Barbrady, Officer !Officer Barbrady Trey Parker The town's highly untrained and undereducated police officer "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe" Big Gay Al Matt Stone Ex-scout leader who used to ...

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