Monday, June 15, 2015

Team America: World Police (2004): Where are They Now?



This was originally the fourth part of a four-movie post from 2012 devoted to Trey Parker-directed movies. Each movie has been split into its own listing to give them room to breathe a bit more. All known cast members now listed.

Info derived from imdb. Only roles 2013 and later still being tracked.
* = Newly added names from original post.

Trey Parker (Gary Johnston / Joe / Kim Jong Il / Hans Blix / Carson / Matt Damon / Drunk in Bar / Tim Robbins / Sean Penn / Michael Moore / Helen Hunt / Susan Sarandon / Others): in South Park (260 episodes 1997-2014; 254 as Executive Producer, 221 as Director; 158 as Composer: Additional Music), South Park: The Stick of Truth (2014 video game; also Executive Producer/Writer); as Screenplay, announced: The Book of Mormon (nd); as Self: The Game Awards 2014 (2014), Hell's Kitchen (1 episode 2013), VGX: The Next Generation of Video Game Awards (2013).
Matt Stone (Chris / George Clooney / Danny Glover / Ethan Hawke / Additional Voices): in South Park (260 episodes 1997-2014; 258 as Writer, 254 episodes as Executive Producer; 135 1998-2013 as Composer: Additional Music, South Park: The Stick of Truth (2014 video game; also Executive Producer/Writer); as Screenplay, announced: The Book of Mormon (nd); as Self: Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs (2015), VGX: The Next Generation of Video Game Awards (2013), Losing it with John Stamos (1 episode 2013).
Kristen Miller (Lisa): in Meet My Valentine (2015), A Christmas Mystery (2014), Jon and Jen Are Married (4 episodes 2013-2014), Work in Progress (10 episodes c2013-2014, 5 as Executive Producer, 3 as Writer), The Glades (1 episode 2013); Eliza Sherman's Revenge (2016) filming
Masasa Moyo (Sarah): in Skylanders: Trap Team (2014 video game), Planes: Fire & Rescue (2014), Broken Age (2014 video game), Batman: Arkham Origins (2013 video game), Skylanders: SWAP Force (2013 video game), Sharp (2013), Holla II (2013), BioShock Infinite (2013), Young Justice (8 episodes 2013), Thunder and Lightning (2 episodes 2013).
Daran Norris (Spottswoode): in iZombie (2 episodes 2015), War Days (2015), TUFF Puppy (21 episodes 2013-2015), The Fairly OddParents (26 episodes 2013-2015), Star Wars: The Old Republic - Shadow of Revan (2014 video game), Turbo FAST (7 episodes 2013-2014), Play it Again, Dick (3 episodes 2014), A Fairly Odd Summer (2014), American Dad (3 episodes 2013-2014), Veronica Mars (2014), Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII (2013 video game), Transformers Prime Beast Hunters: Predacons Rising (2013), Transformers Prime (7 episodes 2013), Big Time Rush (9 episodes 2013), Teeef (2013), Phineas and Ferb (2 episodes 2013), Star Wars: The Old Republic - Rise of the Hutt Cartel (2013 video game), Escape from Planet Earth (2013); Wish (2015) filming; as Self: By the Fans: The Making of the Veronica Mars Movie (2014), I Know That Voice (2013).
Phil Hendrie (INTELLIGENCE/Chuchnyan Terrorist): in Maron (1 episode 2014), Playing House (1 episode 2014), Rick and Morty (5 episodes 2014), TripTank (1 episode c2012-14); as Self: Drunk History (1 episode 2014)
Maurice LaMarche (Alec Baldwin): in Transformers: Rescue Bots (52 episodes 2014-2015), Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero (2 episodes 2015), Brickleberry (4 episodes 2013-2015), The 7D (23 episodes 2014-2015), Star vs. The Forces of Evil (1 episode 2015), How Murray Saved Christmas (2014), The Simpsons (7 episodes  2013-2014), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1 episode 2014), Skylanders: Trap Team (2014 video game), Turbo FAST (5 episodes 2014), The Boxtrolls (2014), The Last Airbender: The Legend of Korra (4 episodes 2014), The Nostalgia Critic (1 episode 2014), Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness (4 episodes 2013-2014), Gumshoe (2014), Batman: Arkham Origins - Cold, Cold Heart (2014 video game), Rick and Morty (4 episodes 2013-2014), Marvel's Avengers Assemble (4 episodes 2013-2014), The Adventures of Mr. Clown (1 episode 2014), Adventure Time with Finn & Jake (2 episodes 2013-2014), Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (1 episode 2013), Frozen (2013), Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (1 episode 2013), Ultimate Spider-Man (3 episodes 2013), Batman: Arkham Origins (2013 video game), Skylanders: SWAP Force (2013 video game), Futurama (11 episodes 2013), The Looney Tunes Show (6 episodes 2013), Pound Puppies (1 episode 2013), Romantic Encounters with Melinda Hill (1 episode 2013), Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2 (2013) Gumshoe and Stiletto (2015) completed; as Self: The Love Me Cat Show (2 episodes 2014), I Know That Voice (2013), VO Buzz Weekly (2 episodes 2013).
Chelsea Marguerite (French Mother): no subsequent acting roles.
Jeremy Shada (Jean Francois): in Adventure Time with Finn & Jake (180 episodes 2010-2015), Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. (2015 video game), Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I Don't Know! (2013 video game), See Dad Run (1 episode 2013), Incredible Crew (3 episodes 2013), Aliens in the House (2013); as Self: Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards (2014)
Fred Tatasciore (Samuel L. Jackson): in Lego Jurassic World (2015 video game), Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (49 episodes 2013-2015), Marvel's Avengers Assemble (45 episodes 2013-2015), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (7 episodes 2013-2015), Family Guy (13 episodes 2013-2015), Star vs. The Forces of Evil (5 episodes 2015), Mortal Kombat X (2015 video game), Ultimate Spider-Man (7 episodes 2013-2015), Regular Show (11 episodes 2013-2015), Mom (1 episode 2015), American Dad! (3 episodes 2014-2015), Infinite Crisis (2015 video game), Battlefield Hardline (2015 video game), Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. (2015 video game), Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness (2015), Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero (9 episodes 2014-2015), Buddy: Tech Detective (2015), Disney Presents: We Wish You a Merry Walrus! (2014), Breadwinners (12 episodes 2014),
Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (2014 video game), Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (2014 video game), Sunset Overdrive (2014 video game), Skylanders: Trap Team (2014 video game), Mickey Mouse (4 episodes 2013-2014), Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor (2014 video game), Bayonetta 2 (2014 video game), Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes (2014 video game), Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution (2014 video game), Destiny (2014 video game), Lords of War (1 episode 2014), The Sims 4 (2014 video game), Mixels (4 episodes 2014), The Boxtrolls (2014), BoJack Horseman (1 episode 2014), Gravity Falls (1 episode 2014), Iron Man and Captain America: Heroes United (2014), Scooby-Doo! Frankencreepy (2014), Planes: Fire & Rescue (2014), Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness (76 episodes 2011-2014), Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark (2014 video game), Wander Over Yonger (10 episodes 2013-2014), Wildstar (2014 video game), Robot Chicken (2 episodes 2014), Trip Tank (6 episodes 2013-2014), Son of Batman (2014), The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014 video game), Jungle Shuffle (2014), Batman: Arkham Origins - Cold, Cold Heart (2014 video game), Zombeavers (2014), Elder Scrolls Online (2014 video game), Turbo FAST (1 episode 2014), Diablo III: Reaper of Souls (2014 video game), Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery (2014), Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher (2014), The Last of Us: Left Behind (2014 vide game), Monsters vs. Aliens (11 episodes 2013-2014), JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time (2014), Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United (2013), Mad (8 episodes 2013), Dead Rising 3 (2013 video game), Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII (2013 video game), Knack (2013 video game), Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus (2013 video game), Frozen (2013), LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: Maximum Overload (2013), Nickelodeon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2013 video game), Batman: Arkham Origins - Blackgate (2013 video game), Batman: Arkham Origins (2013 video game), Lego Marvel Super Heroes (2013 video game), Wipeout: Create & Crash (2013 video game), Skylanders: SWAP Force (2013 video game), Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja (4 episodes 2013), Sanjay and Craig (3 episodes 2013),  Infinity Blade III (2013 video game), Call of Duty: Origins (2013 video game), The Wonderful 101 (2013 video game), The Bureau: XCOM Declassified (2013 video game), Disney Infinity (2013 video game), Phineas and Ferb (1 episode 2013), Planes (2013), Big Time Rush (1 episode 2013), Dota 2 (2013 video game), Deadpool (2013 video game), The Last of Us (2013 video game), Marvel Heroes (2013 video game), Star Trek Into Darkness (2013), Injustice: Gods Among Us (2013 video game), Star Wars: The Old Republic - Rise of the Hutt Cartel (2013 video game), Our New Electrical Morals (2013), Kings of Crash (6 episodes 2013+2 as Self), Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (1 episode 2013), Archer (1 episode 2013), Gears of War: Judgment (2013 video game), StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm (2013 video game), God of War: Ascension (2013 video game), Young Justice (2 episodes 2013), Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 (2013 video game), Planet Sheen (1 episode 2013), Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time (2013 video game); The Caper Kind/Swiss Mistake (2013) completed; King's Quest (2015 video game), Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem (2015), Mighty No. 9 (2015 video game) in post-production; Bilal (2015) filming; Disney Infinity 3.0 (2015 video game) in production; as Loop Group Actor: Jack the Giant Slayer (2013); as Self: I Know That Voice (2013).
Josiah D. Lee (International Counter Intelligence Officer): in Love of Mass Destruction (2015), The Vanquisher (2015), Jesus Is Back (and He Is Not Happy) (2013), Innocent Blood (2013; also Executive Producer), Nomad the Beginning (2013), Olympus Has Fallen (2013).
Uncredited Cast:
* John D. Kim (Guard / Korean Pilot / Others): last known acting role in 2012.
* Paul Louis (Various): last known acting role in 2010, as Executive Producer/Director/Editor/Camera Operator in 2012; as Executive Producer/Producer/Director/Writer/Editor/Digital Effects/Sound Editor/Animator, completed: An American Gringo in Rincon (2014).
* David Michie (French Florist): in Mockingbird (2014), The Book of Life (2014), Smokey Eyes (2014), Batman: Arkham Origins (2013 video game), The Call (2013); as ADR/loop, various: Hot Pursuit (2015), Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014), The Lego Movie (2014), RED 2 (2013), Pacific Rim (2013), The Great Gatsby (2013), Breathe In (2013).’
* Christine Papalexis (Various): last known acting role in 2009, as Puppet Maker: Crash & Bernstein (1 episode 2013); as Creature Fabricator, Smith FX: The Monkey King (2014); as Special Effects: My Nature Documentary (2013); as Puppet Fabricator: The Misadventures of Landon (2014); as Self: The Monster Show (1 episode 2014).
* Elle Russ (Various): in Brooklyn Nine-Nine (1 episode 2015), Travis Richey Sketch Show (3 episodes 2013-2014, also Writer).
* Victor Yerrid (Abdul Malik / Various): in No, You Shut Up! (41 episodes 2013-2015), Myrna the Monster (2015), Sid the Science Kid (26 episodes 2015), Robot Chicken (1 episode 2014), That Puppet Game Show (8 episodes 2013-2014), Teeny Tiny Dogs (2013), Mad (1 episode 2013), Community (1 episode 2013; also Puppeteer), Pajanimals (7 episodes 2013; also Lead Puppeteer), Neil's Puppet Dreams (2 episodes 2013); Einstein Pals (nd) completed; as Puppeteer: Friends in Therapy (2 episodes 2015), Die When I'm Young (2013); as Self: Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge (3 episodes 2014).

South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999): Where are They Now?



This was originally the third part of a four-movie post from 2012 devoted to Trey Parker-directed movies. Each movie has been split into its own listing to give them room to breathe a bit more. All known cast members now listed.

Info derived from imdb. Only roles 2013 and later still being tracked.
* = Newly added names from original post.

Trey Parker ( Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Satan / Mr. Herbert Garrison / Phillip Niles Argyle / Randy Marsh / Tom - News Reporter / Midget In A Bikini / Canadian Ambassador / Bombardiers / Mr. Mackey / Army General / Ned Gerblanski / Additional Voices): in South Park (260 episodes 1997-2014; 254 as Executive Producer, 221 as Director; 158 as Composer: Additional Music), South Park: The Stick of Truth (2014 video game; also Executive Producer/Writer); as Screenplay, announced: The Book of Mormon (nd); as Self: The Game Awards 2014 (2014), Hell's Kitchen (1 episode 2013), VGX: The Next Generation of Video Game Awards (2013).
Matt Stone (Kyle Broflovski / Kenny McCormick / Saddam Hussein / Terrance Henry Stoot / Ticket Taker / Jimbo Kearn / Gerald Broflovski / Bill Gates / Additional Voices): in South Park (260 episodes 1997-2014; 258 as Writer, 254 episodes as Executive Producer; 135 1998-2013 as Composer: Additional Music, South Park: The Stick of Truth (2014 video game; also Executive Producer/Writer); as Screenplay, announced: The Book of Mormon (nd); as Self: Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs (2015), VGX: The Next Generation of Video Game Awards (2013), Losing it with John Stamos (1 episode 2013).
Mary Kaye Bergman (Liane Cartman, Sheila Broflovski, Sharon Marsh, Wendy Testeberger, Clitoris / Additional Voices): died in 1999.
Isaac Hayes (Chef): died in 2008
Jesse Howell (Ike Broflovski): no known subsequent acting roles; as Director/Writer/Producer: The Big Elle (2014).
Anthony Cross-Thomas (Ike Broflovski): no other known acting roles.
Franchesca Clifford (Ike Broflovski): no known subsequent acting roles.
Bruce Howell (Man in Theatre): last known acting role in 2010; as Composer: Additional Music: South Park (154 episodes 1997-2014, 19 2013-2014 as Producer, 1 2013 as Executive Producer); as Sound Editor: The Big Elle (2014); as Producer: South Park: The Stick of Truth (2014 video game).
Deb Adair (Woman in Theatre): no other known acting roles; as Sound Department, various: Entourage (2015), The Sea of Trees (2015), The Wedding Ringer (2015), How to Make Love Like an Englishman (2014), If I Stay (2014), Foxcatcher (2014), The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014), Little Duck (2013), Street Dogs of South Central (2013), Battle of the Year (2013), Runner Runner (2013), After Earth (2013), Texas Chainsaw 3D (2013); as Sound Re-Recording Mixer, post-production: Pelé (2015).
Jennifer Howell (Bebe Stevens): in South Park: The Stick of Truth (2014 video game), South Park (1 episode 2013).
George Clooney (Dr. Gouache): in Tomorrowland (2015), Text Santa 2014 (2014), Text Santa (1 episode 2014), The Monuments Men (2014; also Producer/Director/Screenplay), Gravity (2013; also Script Collaborator); Hail, Caesar! (2016) in post-production; Money Monster (2015; also Producer) filming; as Producer: August: Osage County (2013); as Producer, post-production: Our Brand Is Crisis (nd); as Self: Entertainment Tonight (8 episodes 2014-2015), Zip! (1 episode 2015), Pon! (1 episode 2015), Sôkai jôhô variety Sukkiri!! (1 episode 2015), Jôhô Presenter Tokudane! (1 episode 2015), Mezamashi terebi (1 episode 2015), The Graham Norton Show (1 episode 2015); CBS This Morning (1 episode 2015), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2 episodes 2013-2015), Weekend Ticket (2 episodes 2014-2015), Extra (3 episodes 2014-2015), Late Show with David Letterman (2 episodes 2014-2015), Good Morning America (3 episodes 2014-2015), The Insider (2 episodes 2014-2015), Inside Edition (1 episode 2015), E! Live from the Red Carpet (1 episode 2015), 72nd Golden Globe Awards (2015), In the Tracks of Alexandre Desplat (2014), The Film that Changed the World (2014), E! News (3 episodes 2014), Howard Stern Birthday Bash (2014), Tosh.0 (1 episode 2014), And the Oscar Goes To... (2014), Días de cine (1 episode 2014), Reel Junkie (1 episode 2014), Fox and Friends (1 episode 2014), Charlie Rose (1 episode 2014), Live! with Kelly and Michael (1 episode 2014), The Daily Show (1 episode 2014), Unscripted (1 episode 2014), The Hollywood Reporter Roundtables (1 episode 2013), Argo: Ben Affleck's Balancing Act (2013), Secrets of the Dead (1 episode 2013), The Hollywood Fast Lane (1 episode 2013), Big Morning Buzz Live (1 episode 2013), The Oscars Red Carpet Live (2013), The Oscars (2013), The EE British Academy Film Awards (2013), 70th Golden Globe Awards (2013), 18th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards (2013); A Very Murray Christmas (2015) in pre-production.
Brent Spiner (Conan O’Brien): In Comedy Bang! Bang! (1 episode 2015), Star Wars Rebels (4 episodes 2014-2015), Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (1 episode 2014), Roy Donovan (3 episodes 2014), Robot Chicken (1 episode 2013), Generator Rex (2 episodes 2013); The Midnight Man (2015) completed; Blunt Talk (3 episodes 2015), Independence Day 2 (2016) filming; as Self: The Jack and Triumph Show (1 episode 2015), Star Trek: The Next Generation - The Unknown Possibilities of Existence: Making All Good Things... (2014), Star Trek: The Next Generation - The Sky's the Limit - The Eclipse of Star Trek: The Next Generation (2014), Beyond the Five Year Mission: The Evolution of Star Trek - The Next Generation (2014), Star Trek: From One Generation to the Next (2013), Requiem - A Remembrance of Star Trek: The Next Generation (2013), Relativity: The Family Saga of Star Trek - The Next Generation, Resistance Is Futile: Assimilating Star Trek -The Next Generation (2013), Star Trek: The Next Generation - Regeneration: Engaging the Borg (2013).
Minnie Driver (Brooke Shields): in Undateable (1 episode 2015), About a Boy (33 episodes 2014-2015), The Red Tent (2 episodes 2014), Peter Pan Live! (2014), Beyond the Lights (2014), Stage Fright (2014), Return to Zero (2014), I Give it a Year (2013); A Conspiracy on Jekyll Island (2015) in post-production; as Self: Entertainment Tonight (7 episodes 2014), The Making of Peter Pan Live! (2014), Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (2 episodes 2014), Today (3 episodes 2014), Live! With Kelly and Michael (2 episodes 2014), Late Night with Seth Meyers (1 episode 2014), The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards (2014), The Insider (1 episode 2014), Inside Edition (1 episode 2014), Who Do You Think You Are? (1 episode 2014), Hell's Kitchen (1 episode 2014), 4th Critics' Choice Television Awards (2014), CBS News Sunday Morning (1 episode 2014), The Talk (2 episodes 2013-2014), The Milky Way (2014), Unusually Thicke (1 episode 2014), The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (1 episode 2014), Chelsea Lately (1 episode 2014), Extra (1 episode 2014), Good Day L.A. (1 episode 2014), Mamarazzi (2014), Hollywood Game Night (1 episode 2013), Who Do You Think You Are? (1 episode 2013), The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2 episodes 2013), So You Think You Can Dance (1 episode 2013), The Graham Norton Show (1 episode 2013); as Self, completed: Unity (2015). Dave Foley (Baldwin Brothers): in Spun Out (25 episodes 2014-2016; 13 as Consulting Producer), Hot in Cleveland (18 episodes 2013-2015), The Odd Couple (4 episodes 2015), Harvey Beaks (2 episodes 2015), The Middle (4 episodes 2013-2015), sElf: Looks & Money (2015; also Director), Trevor Moore: High in Church (2015), International Ghost Investigators (1 episode 2015), Mr. Pickles (1 episode 2014), Live Nude Girls (2014), The Ramones Go to Heaven (2014), Party Central (2014), James Joyce's Love Letters with Dave Foley (2014), Justified (1 episode 2014), Dads (1 episode 2013), Comedy Bang! Bang! (1 episode 2013), Blackberry Meltdown with Dave Foley (2013), We are Men (1 episode 2013), It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (1 episode 2013), The Goodwin Games (1 episode 2013), Monsters University (2013), Veep (1 episode 2013), Maron (1 episode 2013), Call Me Crazy: A Five Film (2013), Newsreaders (1 episode 2013), Robot Chicken (1 episode 2013), Dan Vs. (2 episodes 2013); The Hebrew Hammer vs. Hitler (nd), Dr. Ken (unknown episodes 2015) in pre-production; as Self: Being Canadian (2015), Celebrity Name Game (7 episodes 2014-2015), Hollywood Game Night (1 episode 2014), In Studio: Up Close and Personal (2014), Katie Chats (2 episodes 2013-2014), Knife Fight (1 episode 2013), Quality Balls: The David Steinberg Story (2013), Dave Foley: Relatively Well (2013); as Self, post-production: P.T. Barnum The Lost Legend (2014)
Eric Idle (Dr. Vosnocker): last known acting role in 2012 but Absolutely Anything (2015) in post-production; as Writer/Director/Self: Monty Python Live (Mostly) (2014); as Self: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (1 episode 2015), The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2 episodes 2014-2015), Classic Rock Roll of Honour: Presented by Orange Amplification (2014), Monty Python: The Meaning of Live (2014), Imagine (1 episode 2014), 50 Years of BBC2 Comedy (2014), The Comedy Vaults: BBC2's Hidden Treasure (2014), Billy Connolly's Big Send Off (1 episode 2014), Inside Comedy (1 episode 2014), The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles (2014), The Graham Norton Show (1 episode 2013), The One Show (1 episode 2013), The Meaning of Monty Python (2013), Le grand journal de Canal+ (1 episode 2013), David Frost: Hello, Good Evening & Farewell (2013), Stargazing Live: Back to Earth (1 episode 2013), Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy (2013).
* Nick Rhodes (Canadian Fighter Pilot): last known acting role in 2012; as Composer: Shootin' It with Jayme & Kenney: The 20th Episode Spectacular (2013).
Toddy Walters (Winona Ryder): last known acting role in 2010, then 2001 before that, as Vocals in 2010.
* Stewart Copeland (American Soldier #1): no known subsequent acting roles; as Composer in 2007, as Director/ Cinematographer/Producer/Editor in 2006; as Self: Hell's Kitchen (1 episode 2014), Tavis Smiley (1 episode 2014), Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld (1 episode 2014), The Us Festival 1982: The US Generation Documentary (2013); as Self, post-production: Steel Pulse: The Definitive Documentary.
* Stanley G. Sawicki (American Soldier #2): in South Park (1 episode 2014), South Park: The Stick of Truth (2014 video game).
Mike Judge (Kenny’s Goodbye): in R.I.P.D. (2013), You and Your F--king Coffee (unknown episodes 2013), Family Guy (1 episode 2013), The Cleveland Show (1 episode 2012); Still Punching the Clown (2015) in post-production; as Writer: Silicon Valley (18 episodes 2014-2015, 9 as Director; 8 2014 as Executive Producer); as Self: 5th Critics' Choice Television Awards (2015), The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards (2014).
* Howard McGillin (Gregory singing voice; uncredited): in Elementary (1 episode 2013; last previous known acting role in 1999; as Self: Nature (1 episode 2013).

Orgazmo (1997): Where are They Now?



This was originally the second part of a four-movie post from 2012 devoted to Trey Parker-directed movies. Each movie has been split into its own listing to give them room to breathe a bit more. All known cast members now listed.

Info derived from imdb. Only roles 2013 and later still being tracked.
* = Newly added names from original post.

Trey Parker (Joe Young/Orgazmo): in South Park (260 episodes 1997-2014; 254 as Executive Producer, 221 as Director; 158 as Composer: Additional Music), South Park: The Stick of Truth (2014 video game; also Executive Producer/Writer); as Screenplay, announced: The Book of Mormon (nd); as Self: The Game Awards 2014 (2014), Hell's Kitchen (1 episode 2013), VGX: The Next Generation of Video Game Awards (2013).
Dian Bachar (Ben Chapleski): in Mitch and Tanner Save America (2015), Santiago (1 episode 2015), Homestead (2015), Dimwits: Gorilla Roommate (2014), Dimwits: Funny Money (2014), The Murders of Brandywine Theater (2014), There's Something About Carrie (2013), White T (2013), VainGlorious (2013); Chronicles of a Lonely Mind (2009), Off-Time (2015), Betting on Baker (2015) in post-production; My Neighborhood (1 episode 2015; also Director/Writer/Producer) filming; Tales of the Wicked Unseen (2015) announced.
Robyn Lynne (Lisa): no known subsequent acting roles; as Self in 2003.
Michael Dean Jacobs (Maxxx Orbison): last known acting role in 2007.
Ron Jeremy (Clark): in Crookz: The Big Heist (2015), Silent Screams (2015), Barbarella XXX: An Axel Braun Parody (2015), Mitch and Tanner Save America (2015), Selma Av (2015), Adventures Into the Woods: A Sexy Musical (2015), Biff Wellington (2015), The Dr. Susan Block Show (1 episode 2014, 2 as Self), Jessica Drake's Guide to Wicked Sex: Satisfy Her Like a Legend (2014), This Ain't Supernatural XXX (2014), Jersey Shore Massacre (2014), Sexual In-Your-Endo (2014), The Haunted Trailer (2014), Start Options Exit (2014), Facebook Is Not Your Friend (2014), Anselmi - nuori ihmissusi (2014), Rabbi Dan Gets a Night Job (2014), Grease XXX: A Parody (2013; also Singer), Love Boat XXX: A Parody (2013), Alpha Girls (2013), Speed Dragon (2013), Karate Kid XXX (2013), High Heels, Low Standards (1 episode 2013), God Rewards the Fearless (1 episode 2013), Fitz and Slade (2013); Titans of Justice (2013), Rabid (2015), Lady Psycho Killer (2015) completed; Dysfunktion (2015), Werewolves in Heat (2015), Return to Nuke 'Em High Volume 2 (2015), Getting Schooled (2015), VooDoo (2015), Bite School (2015), Dale Archdale (2016), Midnight Show (2016) in post-production; Manson Girls (2015), Loosen the Knot (2015), Abnormal Attraction (2016) in pre-production; Bad Signs (nd) in production; as Self: Best in Sex: 2015 AVN Awards (2015), The Desk (2015), X-Rated: The Greatest Adult Movies of All Time (2015), How Hard Could It Be (2015), Becoming Belle Knox (2014), The Golden Rules of Porn (2014), TMI Hollywood (1 episode 2014), Comedy Underground with Dave Attell (1 episode 2014), AVN Awards 2014 (2014), 24 XXX: An Axel Braun Parody (2014), Zo What? Morning Show (1 episode 2014), Back Issues: The Hustler Magazine Story (2014), The Playboy Morning Show (1 episode 2014), The Sex Awards (2014), 23rd Annual Los Angeles Music Awards (2013), Skum Rocks! (2013), My Date with Hugh (2013), The Real Potheads of North Hollywood (2013), Talkin' Trash (1 episode 2013), The Last Days of Joe Blow (2013), The Big Dirty List Show: 50 Years of Sex and Music (2013), 2013 AVN Awards Show (2013), Hoarding: Buried Alive (2 episodes 2013), ZTV (1 episode 2013); as Self, completed: Ron Jeremy, Life After the Buffet (2014), Hard Corps (2014), Street Smart (2015); as Self, post-production: The Great Porn Debate (2014); as Self, filming: Scumbag (2016).
Andrew Kemler (Rodgers): last known acting role in 2000, as Post-Production Coordinator in 2005, as First Assistant Camera/Editor in 2011, as Director/Cinematographer in 2011, as Self in 2003.
David Dunn (A-Cup): last known acting role in 2005 (also Writer), as Self in 2003.
Matt Stone (Dave the Lighting Guy): in South Park (260 episodes 1997-2014; 258 as Writer, 254 episodes as Executive Producer; 135 1998-2013 as Composer: Additional Music, South Park: The Stick of Truth (2014 video game; also Executive Producer/Writer); as Screenplay, announced: The Book of Mormon (nd); as Self: Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs (2015), VGX: The Next Generation of Video Game Awards (2013), Losing it with John Stamos (1 episode 2013).
Toddy Walters (Georgi): last known acting role in 2010, then 2001 before that, as Vocals in 2010.
Chasey Lain (Candi): last known acting role in 2010.
Juli Ashton (Saffi): last known acting role in 2003, Self in 2005
Masao Maki (G-Fresh): last known acting role in 2000, as Self in 2003.
Joseph Arsenault (Jimmy the Fish): last known acting role in 1999
Jeff Schubert (Tommy the Shark): last known acting role in 2010; as Executive Producer/Writer/Self, pre-production: Cancer A to Z (unknown episodes 2014).
Desi Singh (Randy the Guppy): in Contract Killers (2015; also Stunt Cordinator/Stunt Performer/Director/Screenplay/Story/Cinematographer/Executive Producer/Producer/Editor/Visual Effects/Special Effects Makeup/Special Effects); as Director: Duality (unknown episodes 2014).
Stan Sawicki (Robert White): in South Park (1 episode 2014), South Park: The Stick of Truth (2014 video game).
* Jacobus Rose (Homeowner): no other known acting roles; as Producer in 2005, as Second Unit Director in 2001.
* Susan Timlake (Homeowner): no other known acting roles.
* Louise Rapport (Old Lady): last known acting role in 2002.
Ken Merckx (original Orgazmo): last known acting role in 2007.
* Kristen Anacker (Costumer): no known subsequent acting roles; as Costume Designer in Small Time (2014), Futurestates (1 episode 2013), Sweet Talk (2013); as Costume Designer, post-production: Sex, Death and Bowling (2015); as Dressmaker: Violeta (2014).
* Buff Grey (Security Guard): no other known acting roles.
* Cathy Fitzpatrick (Older Porn Actress): last known acting role in 2006.
* Marcus Vaughn (White Stunt C-ck): last known acting role in 2005, as Art Director in 2012.
* Joseph Moore (Black Stunt C-ck): no other known acting roles.
Anna Kazuki (Nasuko): no known subsequent acting roles.
Eve (Haruko): last known acting role in 2002.
* Jeffery Bowman (Porn Actor): last known acting role in 2007, as Self in 2007.
The Fat Lady Stripper (T-Rex): no other known acting roles.
* Shayla LaVeaux (Greek Porno Actress): in Shayla's Shocking Bondage (2014), Legendary Players (2014), Mother-Daughter Exchange Club 34 (2014), Throat F-cks 5 (2014), Sleeping Beauty XXX: An Axel Braun Parody (2014), One Flew Over the Cuckold's Nest: A DreamZone Parody (2014), MILFs Like It Big (2014), Pussy Central (2013).
John Marlo (Sancho): last known acting role in 2012.
* Tim Lake (Porno Film Crew): last known acting role in 2001, as Director in 2002, as Executive Producer in 2010, as Custodian of Records in 2008, as Self in 2009/
* Anthony Mindel (Porno Film Crew): no other known acting roles; as Producer in 2012.
* Jason McHugh (Porno Film Crew): in Mitch and Tanner Save America (2015); last previous known acting role in 2006; as Associate Producer, filming: My Neighborhood (1 episode 2015); as Producer, filming: The Shickles (2017).
* Jerald A. Greenfield (2nd Film Crew): no other known acting roles.
* Ron Hall (2nd Film Crew): in Kung Fu Brother (2014; also Action Coordinator).
* Jamshid (Ben's Father): no known subsequent acting roles; as Secretary in 1998.
* Robert Lansing (Young Ben): no other known acting roles; as Driver in 2009.
* Thom Klohn (Video Store Clerk): last known acting role in 2001; as Casting Associate, pre-production: Jim - A Childrens Story (nd).
* Lloyd Kaufman (Doctor): in Scream Machine (2015), The Last Apartment (2015), Vault of Terror II: The Undead (2015), Høsten (2015), New Found Glory: One More Round (2015; also Producer/Director/Writer), Straight Outta Tompkins (2015), The Ungovernable Force (2015), These Three Girls (1 episode 2015), Wakers (2014), Final Scene (2014), Dyke Hard (2014), Open Lines (2014), The Biker Warrior Babe vs. The Zombie Babies from Hell (2014), Chubbies (2014), Xandermonium (1 episode 2014), Ned Rifle (2014), Stick 10 Even More Swag: The United League of Stereotypes (2014), Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), Steven Goes to Cannes (2014; also TroMentor & Tormentor), Science Team (2014), Starving Artist Beatdown (unknown episodes 2014), The Girl Who Played with the Dead (2014), Bloody Slumber Party (2014), Survive (2014), Apocalypse Kiss (2014), Ten (2014), Fat Man and Little Guy (2014), 1 Chance 2 Dance (2014), Chasing Taste (2014), Honky Holocaust (2014), Brütål Mürk (2014), Daisy Derkins vs. The Bloodthirsty Beast of Barren Pines! (2013), Lococycle (2013), Close Quarters (1 episode 2013), Enter If You Dare: House on Creepy Lane Part 2 (2013), House of Forbidden Secrets (2013), Legend of the Red Reaper (2013), Polypore (2013), Life's Too Short (2013), Return to Nuke 'Em High Volume 1 (2013; also Producer/Director/Writer), Mutantz, Nazis and Zombies (2013; also Executive Producer), The Angry Video Game Nerd (1 episode 2013), Sheriff Tom Vs. The Zombies (2013), Sucker (2013); Noirland (2015), Shhhh (2015), Banjo (2015), Escaping the Dead (2015), Milfs vs. Zombies (2015), Naked Alien Massacre (2015) completed; Spidarlings (nd), I Filmed Your Death (2013), Dead Love (2015), Return to Nuke 'Em High Volume 2 (2015; also Producer/Director/Writer), The Alcoholist (2015), Killer Rack (2015), Chainsaw Maidens (2015), The Fappening (2015), A Feast of Man (2016), Midnight Show (2016) in post-production; Punk Rock Holocaust 3 (2015), Mr. Blue Shirt: The Inspiration (2015), Family Property 2: More Blood (2015), Grindsploitation 2: The Lost Reels (2015), Blood Curse (2015), Sticky Fingers: The Movie! (2016) filming; Glare (2015), Iron Sky the Coming Race (2016) in pre-production; Bad Dennis (2016) announced; Don't Let's Start (nd) in production; as Executive Producer/Self: Occupy Cannes! (2015), Troma Horror Boobs (2014); as Producer/Director/Writer/Cinematographer/Self: Let Your Fans Be Your Distributor! (2013); as Producer, filming: Mutant Blast (2015); as Executive Producer, filming: Tromafist (2015); as Director/Self: A Halloween Carol (2014); as TroMentor & Tormentor: M Is for Malarkey (2013); as Self: Toxic Tutu (2015), Attack of the Killer Shrews! (2015), Queridos monstruos (2014), Queridos monstruos (2014), Out of Print (2014), Digging Up the Marrow (2014), Dinner with Lloyd (2014), Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie (2014), Rock & Bowl the Making of Atom the Amazing Zombie Killer (2014), Cheeseballs (2014), Psychotic State (2014), Rumble Con (2014), A Trip to Spektor Island: Behind-the-Scenes of TEN (DVD-Extra), The British Film Industry: Elitist, Deluded or Dormant? (2014), Adjust Your Tracking (2013), Bonus Content (1 episode 2013), Lloyd Kaufman's Tiny Plastic Men Interview (2013), Fantasm (2013), Rewind This! (2013), Mega Spider (2013); as Self, post-production: Tiny Plastic Men (1 episode 2013), Bikeman Begins (2014), Nerd Love (2014), 42nd Street Memories: The Rise and Fall of America's Most Notorious Street (2015) Bach from the Dead (2015), John G. Avildsen: King of the Underdogs (2015), How 2 Make a Film: Billion $ Weekend (2015), Reelside (1 episodes 2015), Classic Hollywood Cinemas (2015); as Self, filming: Everything, by Everyone (nd), Untitled Banjo Documentary (2015), B-Documentary (2015), Last Day of School (2015), VHS Massacre (2015).
* Jill Kelly (Nurse): in Vampire Sunrise (2014).
* James Pierre Comete (Young Boy): no other known acting roles.
* Erin Alain (Orgazmo Woman #1): no other known acting roles.
* Liane Adamo (Orgazmo Woman #2/Orgazmo Old Lady): last known acting role in 1998.
* Horrac Vandegelden (Cop): no other known acting roles.
* Eric Stough (Arrestee): in South Park: The Stick of Truth (2014; also Producer); last non-video game acting role in 2010; as Producer: South Park (20 episodes 2013-2014).
* Miyu Natsuki (G-Fresh's Daughter): last known acting role in 1998.
* Mao Asami (G-Fresh's Daughter): last known acting role in 2001.
* Stephen Monas (Karaoke): no other known acting roles; as Production Legal Services: Business Affairs: Chef (2014); as Musician: Grounded (2013).
* Max Hardcore (Award Show Presenter): last known acting role in 2006, as Director in 2006/Producer; as Self: 2013 AVN Awards Show (2013).
* Christi Lake (Special Appearance): last known acting role in 2006.
* Jeanna Fine (Special Appearance): last known acting role in 2006.
* Davia Ardell (Special Appearance): last known acting role in 2011.
* Jacklyn Lick (Special Appearance): last known acting role in 2007.
* Ruby Diamond (Special Appearance): no known subsequent acting roles.
* Melissa Hill (Special Appearance): in Underworld (2013), Beyond F-cked: A Zombie Odyssey (2013); as Self: Measure X (2013).
* Serenity (Special Appearance): in Girl Moments (2014).
* Melissa Monet (Special Appearance): in Shades of Kink 2 (2013; also Writer), Mother Lovers Society 8 (2013); as Writer: The Masseuse 7 (2014), Mother Exchange 2 (2014), My Girlfriend's Mother 7 (2014), A Love Triangle 2 (2014), My Daughter's Boyfriend 10 (2014), The Escort 2 (2014), Forbidden Affairs: My Wife's Sister 2 (2014), The Masseuse 6 (2014), The Stepmother 10 (2014), The Swinger 4 (2014), My Daughter's Boyfriend 9 (2013), Shades of Pink (2013; also Director).
* Peter R. Romero (Special Appearance): died in 2010.
* Warren Northwood (Special Appearance): no other known acting roles.
* Barocca (?): last known acting role in 2001.
Uncredited Cast:
* Nikita (?): last known acting role in 2005.
* Chris Borkovec (Cop): last known acting role in 2011.
* Ben Patrick Johnson (Interviewer): in House of Horrors: Kidnapped (1 episode 2014, 3 as Self); as Co-Producer: Hot Guys with Guns (2013); as Self: The Wil Wheaton Project (1 episode 2014).