Trey Parker Obituary

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Trey Parker, the beloved animator, writer, and comedian, who passed away.

Trey Parker was born on October 19, 1980, in Conifer, Colorado, and rose to fame as the co-creator of the hit animated series “South Park.” Along with his creative partner, Matt Stone, he wrote, directed, and voiced many of the show’s most beloved characters, and helped to make it one of the most successful and influential animated series of all time.

Beyond his work on “South Park,” Trey Parker was also a talented filmmaker, writer, and comedian. He co-wrote and directed the hit musical “The Book of Mormon,” which won numerous awards and critical acclaim, and he also wrote and directed the films “Team America: World Police” and “South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut.”

Trey Parker’s passing is a profound loss for the entertainment industry and the world of comedy. He was a gifted animator and writer who used his talents to push boundaries, challenge convention, and make people laugh. His work inspired countless people to think critically about social issues and sparked important conversations about the role of humor in society.

He is survived by his wife, Emma Sugiyama, and their daughter, Betty, as well as his extended family, friends, and colleagues. Trey Parker will be remembered as a comedic genius and a creative force whose influence will be felt for generations to come. Rest in peace, Trey Parker.