Complete biography: https://networthpost.com/trey-parker-net-worth/ American film and television director Randolph Severn Parker III was born on 19 October 1969, in Conifer, Colorado USA, and known as Trey Parker is also a screenwriter, musician, voice actor, as well as an actor. To the public, Trey is perhaps best known for co-creating the adult animated sitcom called “South Park”. So just how rich is Trey Parker, as of early 2018? According celebrity dot money, Trey’s net worth is estimated to be over 300 million dollars, most of which he has accumulated from his involvement in the entertainment industry, which began in the late 1980s. Trey Parker's mother, Sharon was an insurance agent, and his father Randy a geologist, however, even while studying at Evergreen High School, Parker had been interested in becoming an actor. He was actually fascinated by the British group Monty Python, and as a result of which he enrolled into the Berklee College of Music, and then the University of Colorado, where he took film classes and soon made his first movie called “Giant Beavers of Southern Sri Lanka”. It was in the university where he met his future friend and colleague Matt Stone, with whom he then worked on various film projects. One of his early films called “American History” even won him a Student Academy Award, which motivated Parker to pursue his dream. Parker began his career with the Avenging Conscience production company, which he co-founded with Stone and Ian Hardin. Prior to his immense success with “South Park”, Trey Parker directed such films as “Cannibal! The Musical”, “Orgazmo”, and made an appearance in the popular sports comedy film directed by David Zucker called “BASEketball” with Parker, Stone, Dian Bachar and Yasmine Bleeth in the main roles. However, co-created by Parker and Matt Stone in 1997, “South Park” has become one of the most watched animated sitcoms, notable for its dark and blunt humor, as well as vulgar language. Aside from Stone and Parker, Mona Marshall and April Stewart have also provided the voices of the majority of characters on the show. Even though “South Park” has met with a lot criticism and controversy due to the depiction of sensitive subjects and sometimes negative portrayal of liberal values, it managed to maintain high enough ratings to remain on air for 18 seasons, and a total of 255 episodes, contributing significantly to Trey's net worth. “South Park” inspired the release of a full-length movie called “South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut” directed by Parker, a compilation album entitled “Chef Aid: The South Park Album”, as well as numerous video games released for PlayStation, PC, Nintendo 64 and other platforms. Considered to be among the Greatest TV Cartoons of All Time, “South Park” has been rewarded with various Peabody Awards, as well as Primetime Emmy Awards. Between 2002 and 2004, Parker and Stone with extensive assistance worked on "Team America: World Police", described as "...a satire of big-budget action films and their associated clichés and stereotypes, with particular humorous emphasis on the global implications of the politics of the United States". The animation took considerable effort, but the result was both a critical and commercial success, adding significantly to Trey's net worth.
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