Anne Garefino (born July 1, 1959) is an American film and television producer. She is best known as the co-executive producer (with Trey Parker and Matt Stone) of the long-running series South Park, and the co-executive producer of the Broadway musical The Book of Mormon (with Scott Rudin). Continuing her work on South Park, she was the executive producer of the film South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut, which received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song. She also was the executive producer of the film Team America: World Police.
She has won four Primetime Emmy Awards for her work on South Park, and won both a Tony Award and a Grammy Award for her work on The Book of Mormon. Along with her four Emmys wins she also has seven additional Emmy nominations.
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