Randolph Severn "Trey" Parker III is an American actor, animator, writer, producer, director, and composer.

He is known for co-creating South Park and co-developing The Book of Mormon with his creative partner Matt Stone.

Trey Parker has a net worth of $600 million.

Trey and his college friend and classmate Matt Stone are the co-creators of the Comedy Central smash hit franchise property "South Park," which began airing in 1997.

The duo has also worked together on the films "Cannibal! The Musical" (1993), "Orgazmo" (1997), "BASEketball" (1998), "South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut" (1999) etc

Parker voices numerous characters on "South Park," including Stan Marsh and Eric Cartman, and he voiced several characters in "Team America: World Police" and Balthazar Bratt in 2017's "Despicable Me 3."

He also played Alferd Packer in "Cannibal! The Musical," Joe Young in "Orgazmo," and Joe Cooper in "BASEketball," and he appeared in the films "Run Ronnie Run!" (2002) and "Tales from the Crapper" (2004).

KEY FACTS – Signed $900 million deal with ViacomCBS in August 2021 – Book of Mormon has generated $500 million in revenue to date – Splits 50% of all digital revenue generated by "South Park" – Made $125 million when "South Park" sold streaming rights to HBOMax – South Park IP assets are worth $1 billion – Merchandise and foreign syndication generates $10-20m per year