- (1981) Album: Featured on the Rich Little album, "The First Family Rides Again". The album, which mocks the Ronald Reagan White House, starred Little (as Ronald Reagan), Melanie Chartoff (as Nancy Reagan Reagan), Michael Richards (seen on the album cover in a tutu), Shelley Hack, Jenilee Harrison, Earle Doud and Vaughn Meader. Also starring were Roger Behr, Roger Peltz and Judy Carter (all of whom are not listed on the album cover).
- (2006) Book: "Spoiled Rotten America: Outrages of Everyday Life". New York: Regan Books, ISBN 0060819081
- The Dinner Party (2000). Written by Neil Simon. Scenic Design by John Lee Beatty. Costume Design by Jane Greenwood. Directed by John Rando. Music Box Theatre: 19 Oct 2000- 1 Sep 2001 (364 performances + 20 previews that began on 3 Oct 2000). Cast: Len Cariou (as "Andre Bouville"), Veanne Cox (as "Yvonne Fouchet"), Penny Fuller (as "Gabrielle Buonocelli"), Jan Maxwell (as "Mariette Levieux"), John Ritter [only Broadway role] (as "Claude Pichon"), Henry Winkler (as "Albert Donay"). Understudies: John Boyle (as "Andre Bouville/Claude Pichon"), Jennifer Harmon (as "Gabrielle Buonocelli/Mariette Levieux"), Susie Spear (as "Yvonne Fouchet"). Replacement cast during run: Jon Lovitz (as "Albert Donay") [from 12 Jun 2001- ?], Carolyn McCormick (as "Mariette Levieux") [from 2 Jul 2001- ?], Larry Miller (as "Claude Pichon") [from 12 Jun 2001- ?]. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg, Ira Pittelman, Eric Krebs, Scott Nederlander, ShowOnDemand.com and Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum (Gordon Davidson, Artistic Director). Associate Producer: Ginger Montel and Marcia Roberts.
- (2010) Music video for "Keep It In Your Pants (The Boner Song)" by Taryn Southern - Actor (United States)