Weird Al has performed over a thousand live shows, including a stop at the Arizona State Fair in October 2007, which Psycho Andy, Capt. Cane, Jimmy Nova, Sean Costello and Dan Zunk attended, and a visit to the Celebrity Theater in August 2010, for which Capt. Cane and Ed The K Motley were able to sit "front row" (except the rotating stage meant that no seat was front row the whole time).
In addition to music, Weird Al Yankovic wrote and starred in UHF in 1989, which unfortunately tanked in the theaters but it reached "cult classic" status thereafter. Additionally, Weird Al Yankovic had The Weird Al Show and "AL TV," featuring hilarious interviews where he clipped statements and segments together from interviews with celebrities as responses to other questions.
Weird Al Yankovic has directed music videos for himself as well as other artists, including Ben Folds Five, Hanson, Black Crowes, and others.
In recognition of his contributions to pop culture (for the crazy), Weird Al Yankovic was the 500th entry into the EnPsychoPedia.
- "Weird Al" Yankovic (1983)
- "Weird Al" in 3-D (1984)
- Dare to be Stupid (1985)
- Polka Party (1986)
- Even Worse (1988)
- UHF Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and Other Stuff (1989)
- Off the Deep End (1992)
- Alapalooza (1993)
- Bad Hair Day (1996)
- Running With Scissors (1999)
- Poodle Hat (2003)
- Straight Outta Lynwood (2006)
- Internet Leaks (2009)
- Greatest Hits (1988)
- The Food Album (1994)
- Permanent Record: Al-In-The-Box (4-disc set; 1994)
- Greatest Hits Volume II (1994)
- The TV Album (1995)
- The Compleat Al (2009)
- Weird Al is a vegetarian
- Before becoming a vegetarian, Al's favorite snack was a Twinkie-Wiener sandwich.
- Despite their similar names, Psycho Andy did not derive his pseudonym from Weird Al.
- According to a framed signature, Weird Al is jmdbcool's real father.
- AIM screen name of Capt. Cane is YankovicDude.
- Weird Al was the 500th entry into the EnPsychoPedia.