This list contains characters that were only mentioned or seen in South Park.
A picture of Abe Vigoda appeared in the episode "Summer Sucks" to represent the notion that "Good times will be had by all".
Adam Sandler the actor, has been mentioned in "AWESOM-O" when A.W.E.S.O.M.-O 4000 is giving out movie ideas to executives for future Adam movies. In "You're Getting Old", an Adam Sandler movie trailer for "Jack and Jill" is seen at the Bijou Cinema; Stan Marsh goes to see this movie in "Ass Burgers", he previously ridiculed the trailer for the film, but enjoys it while under the influence of alcohol. Adam Sandler makes an appearance as an angry comedian that holds the South Park Elementary hostage with other comedians in "Funnybot" for putting them out of work by the German built Funnybot.
Alan AldaKyle's nightmare of killing Jesus during the episode "The Passion of the Jew".
Allen Ginsberg was a 1950's, leftist, Beat Generation poet opposed to militarism, economic materialism and sexual repression who's work is given credit for laying the seeds of the 1960's hippie movement. He was called a communist but was kicked out of communist countries Czechoslovakia and Cuba when he called for free speech. For that he was sent to hell and is seen to the left of Jerry Garcia in Do the Handicapped Go to Hell?.
An image of Andy Dick is seen above Satan's fireplace during the song, "Christmas Time in Hell", in the episode "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics". The photo is seen more closely as Satan sings the lyric, "We've got to make room for Andy Dick".
The Back Dorm Boys
- Main article: The Back Dorm Boys
The Back Dorm Boys appear briefly in the episode "Canada on Strike" as two of the internet celebrities waiting for their theoretical payments. They may or may not be deceased as they were not seen fighting or dead.
Bob Hope was a comedian, singer, dancer and actor famous for his "Road" movies with Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour, NBC radio and television specials, his traveling USO shows for American troops and the song "Thanks for the Memory". He hosted the Academy Awards more than anyone else and was known for rapid fire, one-liners. He's seen in hell in Do the Handicapped Go to Hell?.
Bryan Adams is a Canadian singer/songwriter, famous for such songs as "Summer of '69" and "It's Only Love".
In "Royal Pudding", he is seen as one of Canada's officials in the royal wedding.
- Main article: Bubb Rubb
Bubb Rubb appears briefly in the episode "Canada on Strike" as one of the internet celebrities waiting for their theoretical payments. He may or may not be deceased because he was not seen fighting or dead.
Carmen Electra is an American model and actress. In the episode "The Succubus", the optometrist shows Eric Cartman a picture of Electra and a picture of Britney Spears and asks him to say which one looks better.
An image of Corbin Bleu appeared on the wall of the girls' club meeting room in the episode "The List". Also in the episode "Elementary School Musical" Kyle took his hat off which made his hair look fuzzy and shapeless like Bleu's hair, from High School Musical.
Courteney Cox is an actress most famous for her role as Monica Geller on Friends. In the song "Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel" in the episode "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics", Gerald Broflovski sings a chorus about how he thinks Courteney Cox is hot.
Daisy Fuentes is a Cuban model and actress. In the episode "Roger Ebert Should Lay off the Fatty Foods", Van Gelder, a crazed boy who escaped from the planetarium, exclaims his obsession with Daisy Fuentes and why she is on America's Funniest Home Videos.
Dean Martin (aka "King of Cool") was a heavy-smoking, famous lounge singer ("Ain't That a Kick in the Head?"), comedian and actor, member of the Rat Pack and partner to Jerry Lewis in many films and shows as the popular comedy team, Martin and Lewis. He hosted the early comedy roast television show "The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast". He appeared in hell in Do the Handicapped Go to Hell? and can be seen to the right of Frank Sinatra.
- Main article: Donald Trump
Donald Trump is a businessmen, celebrity and the 45th President Of The United States. He was shown in the episode "The Entity" as one of the celebrities Mr. Garrison invites to see his new product IT. While not officially stated, it is safe to assume the Canadian President (Seen in "Where My Country Gone?") was very similar to Donald Trump.
Duke and Duchess of CalgaryDuke and Duchess of Calgary in "Royal Pudding. The Duke and the Duchess of Calgary were hiding behind the pews. The Duke of Calgary was standing up and putting on a fake beard.
Dr. Mephesto's Brother
- Main article: Dr. Alphonse Mephesto
Dr. Alphonse Mephesto's brother has never been seen, but it is revealed in the episode "Cartman's Mom is Still a Dirty Slut" that he attempts to shoot Mephesto every month on routine. In "201" we find out he's a Denver Broncos fan.
- Main article: Grandma Testaburger
Wendy's grandma appeared on a framed picture at the scene when Wendy's parents are talking to Wendy Testaburger in "Breast Cancer Show Ever". In the picture, she's standing next to Wendy. This is her only appearance in the show. In "Tom's Rhinoplasty", she was mentioned by Principal Victoria, who told Wendy that she just died.
Gordon Ramsay the chef, has been mentioned in "Crème Fraiche" when Randy Marsh was addicted to cooking, Cartman dressed up as Ramsay himself as one of the chefs in "Hell's Kitchen Nightmares Iron Top Chef Cafeteria Throwdown Ultimate Cookoff Challenge".
Helen Hunt is an Academy Award-winning American actress, best known for her role on Mad About You and in the movies As Good As It Gets and What Women Want.
Hunter S. Thompson
- Main article: Hunter S. Thompson
Hunter S. Thompson was a journalist known for creating Gonzo journalism, and as the author of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. A poster of Thompson decorates the wall of the Express Yourself cafe where Randy Marsh lets out some poetic stress in "With Apologies to Jesse Jackson".
- Main article: Janis Joplin
- Main article: Jefferson Davis
- Main article: Jerry Garcia
Jerry Garcia appeared briefly in the episode "Do the Handicapped Go to Hell?", as a resident of Hell.
- Main article: Lonelygirl15
Jessica Rose, also known as Lonelygirl15, appears briefly in the episode "Canada on Strike" as one of the internet celebrities waiting for their theoretical payments. She may or may not be deceased because she was not seen fighting or dead.
- Main article: Justin Timberlake
L. Ron Hubbard
- Main article: L. Ron Hubbard
An image of Orlando Bloom appeared on the wall of the list making committee's room, in the episode "The List".
Early in "Pinkeye", Liane Cartman sticks a poster of Richard Nixon on her front door, while singing about decorating the house with "creepy-crawly fiends." In "Chickenlover", the culprit molesting chickens is seen wearing a Nixon mask, before he's revealed as being the Book Mobile Driver.
Paula Poundstone is a stand-up comedian, who was once arrested on child abuse charges. In the episode, "Super Best Friends", Eric Cartman yells, "No, Paula Poundstone, leave me alone!" when Kyle wakes him up from a nightmare.
Phyllis Schlafly is a conservative, anti-feminist and anti-abortion activist known for her work in defeating the Equal Rights Amendment and who is still active. A picture of her, middle-aged, is on the front of "Get it Outa Me" abortion pill bottles while Kenny is at the drugstore in "Cartman Joins NAMBLA".
Eric Cartman pretends that his doll, Polly Prissypants, is Salma Hayek in the episode, "Cat Orgy", reprising her role in the film Wild Wild West, with Cartman as "James West", the Will Smith character, and Clyde Frog as "Artemis Clyde Frog".
- Main article: Sex Pistols
- Main article: Susan Boyle
She was referenced in the episode "Fatbeard" by Ike Broflovski who said that he would 'vomit his balls out through his mouth' if he heard one more thing about her performance of "I Dreamed a Dream" from Les Misérables in Britain's Got Talent.
Tim Tebow is a professional American football player. He was the quarterback for the Denver Broncos and currently with the New York Jets. He has been mentioned in "Broadway Bro Down" and "Faith Hilling".
Tom Hanks is an American actor most famous for his roles in the films Big, Turner & Hooch, Forrest Gump, Philadelphia, Toy Story , and Cast Away. In the episode "Chef's Chocolate Salty Balls", Eric Cartman remarks that Hanks "can't act his way out of a nutsack".
Tom Saltzman is first mentioned by Craig Tucker in "HUMANCENTiPAD", who states that Tom accuses Cartman of gluing a piece of glass to an iPad cover to fake he has an iPad. Cartman then tries to get the attention away from the fact by saying Tom Saltzman's dad is a drunk driver who ran over Joey Potts's dog. The age of the character is unknown.
Tony Orlando and Dawn
- Main article: Tony Orlando and Dawn
An image of Tony Orlando and Dawn appeared in the episode, Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow. The picture appears during the Terrance and Phillip documentary with the narration, "...But their fame would come at a price, when Behind the Blow continues."
- Main article: Yvonne Finnerty