• Emma Sugiyama was born in Yokohama, Japan in 1970 and holds both American and Japanese nationality
• She was married to Trey Parker in 2006, but divorced in 2008
• She is physically active and a philanthropist, and enjoys travelling
• Her former husband Trey Parker is an American actor and film writer, best known for South Park
• Trey Parker is worth over $600 million

Who is Emma Sugiyama?

Emma was born in Yokohama, Japan, on 9 October 1970 – her zodiac sign is Libra, and she holds both American and Japanese nationality. She’s probably only known for being the former wife of Trey Parker, a famous American actor and film writer.

Early life and education

Emma was raised in Yokohama by her parents, about whom nothing’s known, as she respects their privacy; it’s believed that her father was an electrical engineer, and that her mother was a lawyer. Because she hasn’t mentioned having any siblings, most people believe Emma to be an only child.

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She grew up being interested in numerous things; by the time she turned 14, Emma had already taken guitar and piano lessons, practiced acting, dancing and singing, and also tried playing several sports, including soccer and volleyball. She attended a local high school, and upon matriculating in 1989 moved to the USA, where she enrolled at college, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in 1993.

Emma’s career

Emma hasn’t shared any details concerning her career with the public, but it’s said that she has been involved in the real estate business for the last two decades.

Love life and marriage with Trey Parker

Emma met Trey Parker sometime in the first half of the 2000s, and although the two haven’t spoken of how they met, it’s believed by some that it was on a blind date.

They exchanged vows in 2006, married by the famous American film writer and producer Norman Milton Lear, but they divorced in 2008, for unknown reasons.

Emma hasn’t mentioned any other men whom she’s perhaps been with, while it’s known that Trey started dating Boogie Tillmon not long afterwards; she gave birth to their daughter Betty Boogie Parker in 2013, and Trey and Boogie married in 2014. The two divorced in 2019, but are today in a relationship, and are raising their daughter together.

As of December 2021, Emma appears to be single, was once married to Trey Parker, and doesn’t have children.

Hobbies and other interests

Emma is physically quite active, and has two to three training sessions at the gym every week, thus her slim figure; she also practices yoga, and meditates on a daily basis.

She’s a philanthropist, and has volunteered with a couple of charity organizations, mostly with those which aim to improve the quality of life for underprivileged children. Emma is also an animal lover, and has worked with several animal shelters.

She likes to watch movies in the evenings – her favorite actor and actress are the late Robin Williams and Kate Winslet, while a couple of her favorite films include “Good Will Hunting”, “The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” and “Good Morning, Vietnam”.

Emma likes to travel, and has apparently been to various US states for both work and pleasure, and has also visited several European and Asian countries; her dream travel destination is Iceland.

Age, height and net worth

Emma’s age is 51. She has long black hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft (1.5m) and she weighs around 90lbs (40kgs).

As of December 2021, Emma’s net worth has been estimated at over $20 million, most of which she received as divorce settlement; her former husband Trey’s net worth is reputedly more than $600 million.

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Who is her former husband Trey Parker?

Randolph Severn ‘Trey’ Parker III was born in Conifer, Colorado USA, on 19 October 1969 – his zodiac sign is Libra, and he holds American nationality. He’s played and voiced characters in close to 50 movies and TV series, while he’s probably known best for his voicing of the lead characters Stan Marsh and Eric Cartman, as well as various others, in the critically acclaimed animated comedy series “South Park”.

Trey created the series together with Matt Stone and Brian Graden, which also stars Matt Stone and Isaac Hayes, and follows the lives of four friends who are attending an elementary school in South Park in Colorado; the series has been airing since 1997, and has won 23 awards, including five Primetime Emmys, while it’s been nominated for 91 other awards.

Trey was raised in Conifer alongside his sister Shelley, by their father Randolph ‘Randy’ Parker who was a geologist, and their mother Sharon who was an insurance saleswoman. He became a huge fan of the comedy troupe Monty Python at a very early age, and began dreaming of becoming a comedian and actor. He was 14 when he started filming his own short movies with his friends, while his father supported his dream by buying him a video camera.

Trey was amongst the popular teenagers at his high school, because he was the head of the school’s choir, and played lead roles in numerous school plays. Upon matriculating in 1988, he enrolled at Berklee College of Music, but switched to the University of Colorado, Boulder after half a year.

In 1992, Trey and the boy whom he met at the university, Matt Stone, launched the production company Avenging Conscience, and released their first short animated film “Jesus vs. Frosty” in the same year. In October 1993, their debut feature-length movie premiered, entitled “Alfred Packer: The Musical”; it was purchased by Troma Entertainment and renamed to “Cannibal! The Musical”, becoming a huge hit.

They made the pilot episode of the animated series “South Park” on a $300,000 budget, taking three months to complete. Because of great advertising, the company with which Trey and Matt worked, Comedy Central, made over $30 million just by selling T-shirts, and that was even before the first episode of “South Park” aired.

While “South Park” became Trey’s main focus, he has also worked on numerous other projects, including the 2004 action comedy movie “Team America: World Police” and the 2011 Broadway play “The Book of Mormon”, which is currently being turned into a movie.

For his work in the film industry, Trey has won 20 of the 44 awards for which he’s been nominated, including a 2000 Oscar nomination for Best Music, Original Song, for the animated fantasy comedy movie “South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut”.

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