Entertainment TV & Film The Cast of 'South Park' Share PINTEREST Email Print TV & Film TV Shows Comedies Dramas Shows For Kids Movies By Nancy Basile Nancy Basile Nancy Basile is an entertainment writer who specializes in cartoons, comic books, and other elements of pop culture. She has more than two decades of experience writing. Learn about our Editorial Process Updated on 01/19/19 Although South Park has had dozens of characters, the South Park cast is pretty small. The show was born when two University of Colorado animation students were commissioned to send a holiday postcard to VIPs in Hollywood. That postcard turned out to be Spirit of Christmas, which grabbed the attention of Comedy Central executives who were looking to make an animated comedy series. South Park launched on August 13, 1997. Matt Stone and Trey Parker, the co-creators of South Park, not only provide the voices for the show but also write and record the music. On November 29, 2014, Comedy Central Records and South Park released a limited edition 7-inch vinyl picture disc in honor of Record Store Day Black Friday. The release, limited to 2,500 copies, features the songs “James Cameron” from the Emmy-winning episode “Raising the Bar” and “My B***h Ain’t No Hobbit” from the episode “The Hobbit.” In honor of Record Store Day, April 20, 2013, they released a limited edition 7-inch vinyl picture disc featuring “San Diego” from season 16’s “Butterballs” episode and the previously unreleased track “Gay Fish” from Season 13’s “Fishsticks” episode. The voices on the show are mainly Matt Stone and Trey Parker, the co-creators of the show. While there have been plenty of celebrities drawn into the cartoon, very rarely does the real celebrity provide their own voice. Discerning whose voice is which character is sometimes tricky. Use this list to help you figure out. Matt Stone (left) Matt Stone and Trey Parker. Michael Yarish / Comedy Central Kyle Broflovski, one of the boysKenny McCormick, one of the boysButters, one of the boysPip, a caffeinated student at schoolJesusJimbo Kern, Stan's uncleBig Gay AlTerranceTweak Trey Parker (right) Matt Stone and Trey Parker. Michael Yarish/Comedy Central Stan Marsh, one of the boysRandy Marsh, his dadEric Cartman, one of the boysMr. Garrison, teacherTimmy, a student at schoolOfficer BarbradyMs. Choksondik, dearly departed teacherMr. HankyMr. MackeySatan Isaac Hayes Isaac Hayes induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, 2005. Peter Kramer/Getty Images The late music legend Isaac Hayes provided the voice of Chef until he quit the show in 2006 over a controversial episode about Scientology. After he quit the show, Matt Stone and Trey Parker used previously recorded lines in an episode that saw chef killed violently, called "Return of Chef." Jennifer Howell Jennifer Howell. Jeff Vespa/Getty Images Portrait Jennifer Howell's main role is a producer of South Park. She is also the voice of Bebe Stevens, a girl at South Park Elementary. John "Nancy" Hansen John "Nancy" Hansen. Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images John Hansen works mostly on the production side of South Park. When he's needed, he provides the voice of Mr. Slave, Mr. Garrison's paramour. Ike Broflovski Ike Broflovski. Comedy Central Baby Ike, who's Canadian, has been played by a variety of children, including Kyle McCulloch, Dimitri Mendoza, and Jessie Howell. Wendy Wendy. Comedy Central Mary Kay Bergman was the voice of Wendy Testaburger for the first three seasons. Tragically, she committed suicide in 1999. Now April Stewart is the voice of Wendy, Stan's on-again, off again girlfriend. Adrien Beard Token. Comedy Central Adrien Beard, the voice of Token, the only Black kid in school, works mainly in the art department of South Park. Vernon Chatman Towelie. Comedy Central South Park writer Vernon Chatman is the voice of Towelie, the joint-smoking towel who befriends the boys.