He first appeared in the short films both entitled The Spirit of Christmas in and He is voiced by Mike Judge in the feature film South Park: Kenny is most famous for dying in almost every episode in the first five seasons of South Park. He is also easily recognizable for almost always wearing an orange parka, or just having his face hidden, that covers most of his face and muffles his speech. In the episode " Mysterion Rises " Kenny, who is revealed to be the superhero Mysterion , reveals that he has the power of immortality, in a sense, and that he just wakes up in his bed after having died. He is then upset that his friends never remember him dying, and even kills himself in front of everyone to prove himself.
According to Waters, the film was shown only once in a "beatnik coffee house" in Baltimore, although in later years he has included it in his traveling photography exhibit. The school, however, was not what Waters had in mind: I was there for about five minutes. I don't know what I was thinking about. I went to one class and they kept talking about Potemkin and that isn't what I wanted to talk about.
Realizing the game is up after being evicted from the hotel, he turns on the gas tap, sits back in his chair and waits for the end. The role was given a strong and compelling performance by Richard Cox. He brought a rich tone and rhythmic dynamism to his aria and he portrayed the desperation of the character well. The piano lingers on yet again after the singer stops.