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Though he was born in Houston, Texas, Stone was raised in the Denver suburb of Littleton, Colorado. He holds degrees in film and mathematics from the University of Colorado at Boulder. In 1997, Comedy Central debuted South Park, which he and Trey Parker created. He graduated from Heritage High School.
In 2002, Stone was interviewed in the 2002 Michael Moore documentary, Bowling for Columbine. In the film, there is a short animated segment about the history of guns done in what has been described as a "South Park-esque" manner. Stone, who enjoyed the film, expressed anger over what he saw as a misleading attempt by Moore to insinuate that the South Park creators had a hand in the making of the film when in fact both Stone and Parker own guns as do their families. Subsequently, Michael Moore is portrayed in the film Team America: World Police as a suicide-bomber and described as an "annoying blowhard" and a "fat socialist weasel".
Collaborations with Trey Parker
- Team America: World Police (2004): co-writer, voices, producer
- That's My Bush! (TV series, 2001): co-creator, writer, executive producer
- "Even If You Don't" by Ween (music video, 2000): director
- South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999): voices, co-writer, producer
- BASEketball (1998): actor
- South Park (TV series, 1997-present): co-creator, voices, writer, additional music, executive producer
- Orgazmo (1997): actor, co-writer, producer
- The Spirit of Christmas (Jesus vs. Santa, 1996; Frosty vs. Santa, 1992)
- Cannibal! The Musical (1994): actor, co-writer, producer
- Bowling for Columbine (2002)
Voices on South Park
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