Eric Cartman. Both Parker and Stone do most of the male characters on the show along with April Stewart and Mona Marshall, who do the female characters on the show. Mona Marshall and Eliza Schneider succeeded Bergman in 2000, with Schneider leaving the show after its seventh season (2003). [3], Stan is modeled after Parker, while Kyle is modeled after Stone. He debuted on television when South Park first aired on August 13, 1997, after having first appeared in The Spirit of Christmas shorts created by Parker and long-time collaborator Matt Stone in 1992 (Jesus vs. Frosty) and 1995 (Jesus vs. Santa). As a goof in the very first episode of South Park, "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe", one of Kyle's lines was in Stan's voice. [16], Other voice actors and members of South Park's production staff have voiced minor characters for various episodes, while a few staff members voice recurring characters; supervising producer Jennifer Howell voices student Bebe Stevens,[3] co-producer and storyboard artist Adrien Beard voices the school's only black student, Token Black,[17] writing consultant Vernon Chatman voices an anthropomorphic towel named Towelie,[3] and production supervisor John Hansen voices Mr. Slave, the former gay lover of Mr. [41] Essays in the books South Park and Philosophy: Bigger, Longer, and More Penetrating, Blame Canada! [5] Stan also shares a close friendship with Kenny, while Kenny professes that Stan is one of "the best friends a guy could have". Isaac Hayes voiced the character of Chef, a black, soul-singing cafeteria worker who was one of the few adults the boys consistently trusted. [8] Cartman is also inspired by All in the Family patriarch Archie Bunker, of whom Parker and Stone are fans. voiced by Trey Parkerand 6 others. Comedy team Cheech & Chong voiced characters representing their likenesses for the season four (2000) episode "Cherokee Hair Tampons", which was the duo's first collaborative effort in 20 years. "[7] Stan is the only character in the group to have had a steady girlfriend, Wendy Testaburger, and their relationship was a recurring topic in the show's earlier seasons. Parker was born in Conifer, Colorado, the son of Sharon Parker, an insurance broker, and Randy Parker, a geologist - the two share the first names and occupations of the South Park characters Randy and Sharon Marsh. While Parker and Stone portray Stan as having common childlike tendencies, his dialogue is often intended to reflect stances and views on more adult-oriented issues and has been frequently cited in numerous publications by experts in the fields of politics, religion, popular culture and philosophy. South Park (1997 TV Show) Stan Marsh. [27] After Hayes left the show in early 2006, the character of Chef was killed off in the season 10 (2006) premiere "The Return of Chef". His birthday is listed as October 19 (the same day as co-creator Trey Parker), 2001 on his Facebook page during the season 14 episode "You Have 0 Friends". Morals in 'South Park'? He debuted on television when South Park first aired on August 13, 1997, after having first appeared in The Spirit of Christmas shorts created by Parker and long-time collaborator Matt Stone in 1992 and 1995. Natasha Henstridge,[32] Norman Lear,[38] and Peter Serafinowicz[39] have guest starred as other speaking characters. Celebrities who appear on the show are usually impersonated, though some celebrities lend their voice to their characters. ... 6 of 18 Comedy Central April Stewart voices Stan's sister Shelly Marsh. [6] Stan can understand Kenny's muffled voice perfectly, and typically exclaims the catchphrase "Oh my God! Carlos Inigo. Stan Marsh. 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. South Park is an American animated television series created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone for the Comedy Central television network.Throughout the series, numerous celebrities have guest-starred in the following episodes. voiced by Trey … [8] In many episodes, Stan contemplates ethics in beliefs, moral dilemmas, and contentious issues, and will often reflect on the lessons he has attained with a speech that often begins with "You know, I learned something today...". Despite reconciling and declaring to be a couple again in the season 11 (2007) episode "The List" after Wendy had dumped him in the season seven (2003) episode "Raisins", their relationship has received relatively less focus in recent seasons. I know that they changed Wendy's voice a while back because the voice actor committed suicide, but what happened to stan? Mary Kay Bergman voiced the majority of the female characters until her death on November 11, 1999. Stan's friendships with the other main characters ended, his parents divorced and he moved out of his home. South Park is an American adult animated sitcom about the lives of four boys in the fourth grade living in the small mountain town of South Park, Colorado.The is made to be watched by adults, but the series gets a lot of people to watch it because of its humor.It uses satire to make fun of subjects such as current events, religion, politics, and pop culture. Under her jacket, she has been shown to be wearing a light purple tank-top in \"Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society\", and a white tank top with a unicorn on it in \"Breast Cancer Show Ever\". Sparky was originally voiced by actor George Clooney. He is loosely based on his creator and voice actor, Trey Parker who also provides the voices of Eric, Randy, and Mr. Garrison. Trey Parker voices four of the main characters: Stan Marsh, Eric Cartman, Randy Marsh and Mr. Garrison. However, he did not graduate. As a running gag, a nervous Stan often vomits whenever Wendy approaches to kiss or speak to him. However, Stan is portrayed as "a normal, average, American, mixed-up kid". Stan is generally depicted as logical, brave, patient and sensitive. The recurring guest voices include John Hansen, Vernon Chatman, Adrien Beard and Jennifer Howell. Main South ParkCast. Ike's birth parents, Harry and Elise Gintz (who christened Ike \"Peter\") gave him up for adoption because Canada had been \"devastated by the Cola Wars\" and as a result, they were unable to raise a child.This fact was introduced after the flappy heads and beady eyes were established as Canadian traits in the world of South Park. During the show's first 58 episodes (1997 through the season 4 episode "4th Grade" in 2000), Stan and the other main child characters were in the third grade. He also appears in the full-length feature film South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999), as well as South Park-related media and merchandise. Season 16 of South Park had more celebrity guests, most notably in the episode “I Should Have Never Gone Ziplining”, during the live-action sequence. Matt Stone voices three of the main characters: Kyle Broflovski, Kenny McCormick and Butters Stotch. The recorded audio is then edited with Pro Tools, and the pitch is altered to make the voice sound more like that of a fourth grader. Stan's family includes his 13-year-old sister Shelly, who bullies and beats him, and his centenarian grandfather, Marvin, who calls Stan "Billy" and previously begged Stan to help him take his own life. [26] Hayes, who lived and hosted a radio show in New York during his tenure with South Park, would record his dialogue on a digital audio tape while a respective episode's director would give directions over the phone, then the tape would be shipped to the show's production studio in California. You'll Never Guess What The Voice Actors From South Park Look Like IRL It's not all Trey Parker and Matt Stone... 1 of 18 Comedy Central Creator Trey Parker voices Eric Cartman. They would reuse these voices when South Park debuted. Stan Marsh is the protagonist of South Park. Stan is an elementary Since Ike was designed with both, Matt and Trey decide… [13][20] In responding to certain situations, particularly during earlier seasons, Stan often exclaims "Dude, this is pretty fucked up right here". ", following one of Kenny's trademark deaths, allowing Kyle to follow up with "You bastards! Stanley "Stan" Marsh is a main character of the animated television series South Park. He is voiced by and loosely based on series co-creator Trey Parker. Stan Marsh is the first South Park character on this wiki. [9], An unnamed precursor to Stan first appeared in the first The Spirit of Christmas short, dubbed Jesus vs. Frosty, created by Parker and Stone in 1992 while they were students at the University of Colorado. These are the 25 best characters in South Park. "Critic's Notebook; What? Wendy has only been seen without her beret in two episodes, \"Chef Goes Nanners\", wh… [12], Some of the original voice actors left the show. Schneider left after the show's seventh season. D&D Beyond The recorded audio is then edited with Pro Tools, and the pitch is altered to make the voice sound more like that of a fourth grader.[21][22][23]. Fandom Apps Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. April Stewart voices Liane Cartman, Sharon Marsh, Carol McCormick, Shelly Marsh, Mayor McDaniels, Principal Victoria and Wendy Testaburger. He has an older sister named Shelly, also the name of Stan Marsh's older sister.Parker grew up in the Conifer, Colorado area, and attended Berklee College of Music before transferring to the University of Colorado, where he majored in music. The character was composed of construction paper cutouts and animated through the use of stop motion. The show's main characters usually have a defining characteristic: Kyle is the only Jewish kid, Cartman is an overweight sociopath, and Kenny is poverty-stricken and suffers violent deaths. VIEW BY: Voice Cast | Characters | Japanese Cast | Voice Actors | Credits By Actor. [13], Parker and Stone voice most of the male South Park characters. Guest stars have lent their voices to the show including Jay Leno, George Clooney, Jennifer Aniston, Bill Hader, Robert Smith and the comedy duo Cheech & Chong voiced characters representing their likenesses for the season four (2000) episode "Cherokee Hair Tampons", which was the duo's first collaborative effort in 20 years. Watch Cartman, Kenny, Stan and Kyle in all their foul-mouthed adventures. Stream free episodes and clips, play games, create an avatar and go behind-the-scenes of … [33], In the show's twenty three seasons, Stan has addressed other topics such as homosexuality,[34][35] hate crime legislation,[36] civil liberties,[23] parenting,[37] illegal immigration,[38] voting,[39] alcoholism,[37] and race relations. [Show Non-English Actors] [Hide Non-English Actors] Hiro Yuki. Nanni Baldini. This page was last edited on 2 January 2021, at 17:05. Ike was adopted by Gerald and Sheila Broflovski. [24][25] Hayes agreed to voice the character after being among Parker and Stone's ideal candidates which also included Lou Rawls and Barry White. [4] Malcolm McDowell appears in live-action sequences as the narrator of the season four episode "Pip". South Park is an American adult animated sitcom created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone who also do the majority of the voices. Wendy wears a pink beret, a light purple jacket with a navy blue trim, navy blue gloves, and yellow trousers. He is highly against his uncle Jimbo's hunting, and was also known to commit to vegetarianism after feeling compassion for baby calves in a farm, even going as far to hide them in his room to protect them from being slaughtered. Stan is one of the show's four central characters, along with Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman, and Kenny McCormick. Stan and Kyle are best friends, and their relationship, which is intended to reflect the real-life friendship between Parker and Stone,[4] is a common topic throughout the series. [5][6][7] Eric Cartman is partially named after and based on Matt Karpman, a high school classmate of Parker who remains a friend of both Parker and Stone. Unfortunately, he gets way more than he bargained for. [10][13] He is not offered the same free range of motion associated with hand-drawn characters; his character is mostly shown from only one angle, and his movements are animated in an intentionally jerky fashion. [14] Stewart was originally credited under the name Gracie Lazar,[15] while Schneider was sometimes credited under her rock opera performance pseudonym Blue Girl. ", "Who does the voices for the characters on South Park? Stan is an elementary school student who commonly has extraordinary experiences not typical of conventional small-town life in his fictional hometown of South Park, Colorado. [17][18], Stan's birthday is October 19, which is also Trey Parker's birthday.[19]. He also provides the voices of several recurring characters, such as Clyde Donovan, Mr. Hankey, Mr. Mackey, Stephen Stotch, Jimmy Valmer, Timmy Burch, Tuong Lu Kim and Phillip. Stan Marsh is heavily based on his voice actor and South Park co-creator Trey Parker. South Park: The Stick of Truth While Stan is cynical and profane, Parker still notes that there is an "underlying sweetness" to the character,[21] and Time magazine described Stan and his friends as "sometimes cruel but with a core of innocence". [26], After turning ten years old, Stan was diagnosed with "cynicism",[27] which in the series is treated as a serious medical disorder where the sufferer sees nothing but feces instead of people and animals and hear flatulence noises during music and voices. Characters in the show, according to Parker and Stone, are inspired by people they met when they were kids. Trey Parker. Mary Kay Bergman voiced the majority of the female characters until her suicide on November 11, 1999. TV Show: South Park Franchise: South Park Out of the four main characters, Cartman is an eight-year-old Archie Bunker, and … [30], Stan frequently offers his perspective on religion,[31] and he was at the center of one of the most controversial episodes of the series,[32] "Trapped in the Closet" (season nine, 2005), where he was recognized as the reincarnation of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard before denouncing the church as nothing more than "a big fat global scam". We tend to grow at least a touch more cynical and jaded as we get older. and is followed by Kyle by saying "you bastards!" Garrison. [1] Stan attends South Park Elementary as part of Mr. Garrison's fourth grade class. “I Should Have Never Gone Ziplining” - Michael Zazarino as live-action Stan, Brandon Hardesty as live-action Cartman. Seth Woodbury MacFarlane was born in the small New England town of Kent, Connecticut, where he lived with his mother, Ann Perry (Sager), an admissions office worker, his father, Ronald Milton MacFarlane, a prep school teacher, and his sister, Rachael MacFarlane, now a She was replaced by April Stewart, who, along with Marshall, continues to voice most of the female characters. She was replaced by April Stewart, who, along with Marshall, continues to voice most of the female characters. [12], In the tradition of the show's animation style, Stan is composed of simple geometrical shapes and primary colors. Mona Marshall voices Sheila Broflovski and Linda Stotch. [33][34] [37][42][43], This article is about the South Park fictional character. Stanley "Stan" Marsh, voiced by Trey Parker, is the overall main protagonist of South Park. She also has long, black hair with choppy, uneven bangs. ", "Cheech and Chong Will Make Another Movie", "Eric Cartman: America's Favorite Little $@#&*%", "Matt Stone, Trey Parker, Larry Divney 'Speaking Freely' transcript", "CU-Boulder Alum, 'South Park' Animation Director To Work With CU Film Students", "Scientologist Isaac Hayes quits 'South Park, "South Park: Where The Sound Ain't No Joke! In the rare instances Stan is seen without his cap, he is shown to have shaggy black hair. Celebrities who have voiced themselves include Michael Buffer,[28][29] Brent Musburger,[30] Jay Leno,[31] Robert Smith,[32] and the bands Radiohead and Korn. Stan is well known of his iconic catchphrase "oh my god they killed Kenny!" [22] He doubts the legitimacy of holistic medicine,[23] declares cults to be dangerous,[24] and regards those claiming to be psychic mediums as frauds,[25] specifically by declaring John Edward to be "the biggest douche in the universe". [29], In 2014, Stan was ranked by IGN at third place on their list of "The Top 25 South Park Characters", commenting that he "often acts as the voice of reason in the midst of the show's insane events, and in many ways he's more mature than his father Randy". South Park and Contemporary Culture, and Taking South Park Seriously have also analyzed Stan's perspectives within the framework of popular philosophical, theological, and political concepts. (Similarly to Kyle being based on the other co-creator, Matt Stone) Coincidentally, he shares the same birthday as Parker. Guest stars have lent their voices to the show including Jay Leno, George Clooney, Jennifer Aniston, Bill Hader, Robert Smith and the comedy duo Cheech & Chong voiced characters representing their likenesses for the season four (2000) episode " They killed Kenny! [40] His commentary on these issues have been interpreted as statements Parker and Stone are attempting to make to the viewing public,[37] and these opinions have been subject to much critical analysis in the media and literary world. Isaac Hayes, who voiced the character Chef, left the show after Parker and Stone's depiction of the cult of Scientology, to which Hayes belonged, in the episode Trapped in the Closet. [4] He is amused by bodily functions and toilet humor,[4] and his favorite television personalities are Terrance and Phillip, a Canadian duo whose comedy routines on their show-within-the-show revolve substantially around fart jokes. As is the case with his other friends and classmates, Stan is frequently at odds with Cartman, resenting Cartman's behavior and openly mocking his weight. [1][2][3] Both Parker and Stone do most of the male characters on the show along with April Stewart and Mona Marshall, who do the female characters on the show. Later, he was forced to quit vegetarianism because of a severe illness he developed, however, he still fights for animal rights, becoming a member of PETA in "Douche and Turd" as well as saving whales and dolphins in "Whale Whores". Trey Parker is the voice of Stan Marsh in South Park, and Daisuke Sakaguchi, Hiro Yuki are the Japanese voices. [41] Jerry Seinfeld offered to lend his voice for the Thanksgiving episode "Starvin' Marvin", but declined to appear when he was only offered a role as "Turkey #4".[42]. South Park is an American adult animated sitcom created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone who also do the majority of the voices. [11] Stan next appeared on August 13, 1997, when South Park debuted on Comedy Central with the episode "Cartman Gets an Anal Probe". Mona Marshall and Eliza Schneider succeeded Bergman in 2000, with Schneider leaving the show after its seventh season (2003). In interviews, Trey Parker and Matt Stone have stated that they have invited major celebrities to voice minor characters in the pursuit of creating layers of irony on the show. Like the other South Park characters, Stan is animated by computer in a way to emulate the show's original method of cutout animation. The two do have their disagreements, but always reconcile without any long-term damage to their friendship. For the artist, see, South Park and Philosophy: You Know, I Learned Something Today, South Park and Philosophy: Bigger, Longer, and More Penetrating, "Eric Cartman – Characters – South Park Studios", "FOXNews.com – South Park Won't Kill Kenny Anymore – Celebrity Gossip | Entertainment News | Arts And Entertainment", https://southpark.cc.com/clips/3psnys/creator-commentary-cartman-gets-an-anal-probe, "We're Not Losing the Culture Wars Anymore", "Differences between a predator and prey", "South Park, Ridicule, and the Cultural Construction of Religious Rivalry", The Book of Mormon: Original Broadway Cast Recording, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Stan_Marsh&oldid=1000053243, Fictional characters based on real people, Fictional vegan and vegetarian characters, Articles with dead external links from December 2017, Articles with permanently dead external links, Articles using Infobox character with multiple unlabeled fields, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 13 January 2021, at 09:13. The only adult on the show that Stan liked was Chef, the cafeteria worker at his school, as Stan generally holds the rest of the show's adult population in low regard due to their tendency to both behave irrationally when subjected to the scams, cults, and sensationalized media stories of which he is often skeptical,[9] and engage in hypocritical behavior. The book South Park and Philosophy: You Know, I Learned Something Today includes an essay in which East Carolina University philosophy professor Henry Jacoby compares Stan's actions and reasoning within the show to the philosophical teachings of William Kingdon Clifford,[41] and another essay by Southern Illinois University philosophy professor John S. Gray which references Stan's decision to not vote for either candidate for a school mascot in the season eight (2004) episode "Douche and Turd" when describing political philosophy and the claimed pitfalls of a two-party system. Stan is one of the show's four central characters, along with Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman, and Kenny McCormick. [2][1][3] Mary Kay Bergman voiced the majority of the female characters until her suicide on November 11, 1999. With Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Lance Ho, Kathryn Howell. She was replaced by April Stewart, who, along with Marshall, continues to voice most of the female characters. 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Bergman was originally listed in the credits under the alias Shannen Cassidy to protect her reputation as the voice of several Disney and other kid-friendly characters. South Park launched on August 13, 1997. [18] Animation director and producer Eric Stough also voices Kenny McCormick "un-muffled," in the few episodes where the character does not wear his trademark parka that normally muffles his voice. Stan is frequently embarrassed and annoyed by his father's antics and frequent acts of public drunkenness. Additional Voices (voice) April Stewart ... Additional Voices (voice) Eric Meyers ... Self - Narrator (voice) Michael Zazarino ... Stan Marsh: Eli Bildner ... Kyle Broflovski: Brandon Hardesty ... Eric Cartman: Josh Beren ... Kenny McCormick [2] Stan's relationship to his uncle Jimbo received moderate attention in the show's first two seasons. [19] Throughout the show's run, the voices for toddler and kindergarten characters have been provided by various small children of the show's production staff. When Isaac Hayes, the voice of Chef, left South Park after taking issue with its mockery of the Church of Scientology, Parker and Stone didn't just write his character out of the show. As a joke, Parker and Stone responded by offering low-profile, non-speaking roles, most of which were accepted; George Clooney provided the barks for Stan's dog Sparky in the season one (1997) episode "Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride",[40] Leno provided the meows for Cartman's cat in the season one finale "Cartman's Mom Is a Dirty Slut",[40] and Henry Winkler voiced the various growls and grunts of a kid-eating monster in the season two (1998) episode "City on the Edge of Forever". South Park season 16. He is voiced by and loosely based on series co-creator Trey Parker. He is outspoken in expressing his distinct lack of esteem for adults and their influences, as adult South Park residents rarely make use of their critical faculties. [11] Butters Stotch is loosely based on South Park co-producer Eric Stough. Stanley "Stan" Marsh is a main character of the animated television series South Park. This episode formed a cliffhanger and set off widespread speculation that the series was coming to an end,[28] but the premiere of the second half of the season resolved the arc as Stan was erroneously diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome and discovers Jameson Irish Whiskey cures cynicism. Stan Marsh is made based on Parker himself while Kyle Broflovski is based on Stone himself. [10], Stan is usually depicted in winter attire which consists of a brown jacket, blue denim jeans, red gloves/mittens, and a red-brimmed blue knit cap adorned with a decorative red pom-pom. Daisuke Sakaguchi. Voiced most times by Trey Parker. Isaac Hayes, who voiced the character Chef, left the show after Parker and Stone's depiction of his religion Scientology in the episode "Trapped in the Closet". Seth MacFarlane, Writer: Family Guy. [15][16] While originally voicing Stan without any computer manipulation, Parker now speaks within his normal vocal range while adding a childlike inflection. Stan lives in South Park at 260 Avenue de los Mexicanos with his parents Randy and Sharon Marsh. [10] When asked three years later by friend Brian Graden to create another short as a video Christmas card that he could send to friends, Parker and Stone created another similarly-animated The Spirit of Christmas short, dubbed Jesus vs. Santa, in which Stan also appeared. Stan is foul-mouthed (a trait present in his friends as well) as a means for Parker and Stone to display how they claim young boys really talk when they are alone. South Park is an American animated sitcom created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone and developed by Brian Graden for Comedy Central.The series revolves around four boys—Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman, and Kenny McCormick—and their exploits in and around the titular Colorado town. After struggling to repair his life, he finally explains he doesn't want things to go back to normal, when his parents get back together and his life is repaired, although the end of the episode implies Stan may be permanently bound to whiskey to continue an everyday life. 7 of 18 Comedy Central...and Stan's mum Sharon Marsh. Everyone knows Cartman, Stan, Kyle, and Kenny, but there are plenty of other characters that have helped make South Park the show it is today. I was just watching the new south Park (If you want to see, southparkstudios.com) and Stan's voice is a LOT different. He was given his full name in the season one episode "An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig", sharing his surname of "Marsh" with Parker's paternal step-grandfather. The last episode to feature her voice was, Liane Cartman, Shelly Marsh, Sharon Marsh, Mayor McDaniels, Mrs. McCormick, Wendy Testaburger, Principal Victoria and Ms. Crabtree. He also provides the voices of several recurring characters, such as Gerald Broflovski, Stuart McCormick, Craig Tucker, Jimbo Kern, Terrance, Saddam Hussein, Tweek Tweak, Mr. Adler and Jesus. Stanley Randall "Stan" Marsh is a fictional character in the animated television series South Park.He is voiced by the series co-creator Trey Parker.He is also one of the four main characters in the series with Eric Cartman, Kenny McCormick, and Kyle Broflovski.Stan is usually known as the serious and sensitive person of the group. During South Park's earliest seasons, several high-profile celebrities inquired about guest-starring on the show. [10][13][14] [9][10] Kenny McCormick was based on the creator's observation that most groups of childhood friends in small middle-class towns always included "the one poor kid" and decided to portray Kenny in this light. Schneider replaced Mary Kay Bergman after her suicide in 1999. The website concluded that "his history as one of the more stable and thoughtful characters in the series made him the perfect choice for the voice of Trey and Matt's own creative/professional frustrations". Kyle Broflovski.

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