Executive consultant, "Anger Management"
Producer, "Sam's Game"
Launches Sam Simon Foundation
Consulting producer, "The Drew Carey Show"
Producer, "The George Carlin Show"
Departs "The Simpsons" with historic participation deal
Develops "The Simpsons" as weekly series for Fox
Producer of "Simpsons" shorts on "The Tracey Ullman Show"
Writes and co-produces "Taxi"
Earliest credits as writer/animator on "Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids"
Trained as a boxer following his departure from "The Simpsons" and won six out of nine bouts.
PETA named their Norfolk, Virginia headquarters after Simon.
Simon's credit during "Treehouse of Horror" episodes has always been "Sam 'Sayonara' Simon," which is believed to be a reference to his early departure from the series.
Was the Dial-a-Friend for both Norm McDonald and Drew Carey during their appearances on "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" in 2000.
His home in the Pacific Palisades was largely destroyed in a 2007 fire, after which Simon replaced most of the building material with recycled material and powered the entire house with solar panels.
His large collection of art includes one of the original reproductions of "The Thinker," as well as paintings by American artists Thomas Hart Benton and John Singer Sargeant.