Trey Parker, born as Randolph Severn Parker III, is a highly talented multifaceted individual—he is an actor, screenwriter, voice artist and producer all rolled into one. He is best known to his fans as the co-creator of the adult animated series ‘South Park’ which he created with his best friend and business collaborator, Matt Stone. The series characterized by its use of slapstick humour, violence, and sexual innuendos meant for a mature adult audience caused quite a stir at the time of its telecast and soon became the highest rated cable program. Parker’s creative streak and cheekiness were evident from his childhood; he wrote and performed in a sketch called ‘The Dentist’ complete with lots of fake blood in a school talent show—an incident which freaked out many of the students. The self-proclaimed film geek and music buff developed a love for musical theatre as a teenager and performed with a community theatre. While still in the university, he made his first animated short film ‘Jesus vs. Frosty’ with fellow student Matt Stone. The duo then proceeded to Hollywood to try out their luck. They found big success with the adult animated series ‘South Park’ which won them numerous awards and accolades.