|Song Title||Year Released *||Song Rank|
|Tongith Show/Henry Kissinger||-|
|Husky Boy Toilet Tissue Commercial||2002||-|
|War Movie for a Monday Morning||2002||-|
|TV News: Food & Drug Administration||2002||-|
|Tonight Show: Henry Kissinger||2002||-|
|"The Love-Matic Grampa" Main Title||-|
Philip Edward "Phil" Hartman (September 24, 1948 – May 28, 1998; born Hartmann) was a Canadian American actor, comedian, voice actor, screenwriter, and graphic artist. Born in Brantford, Ontario, Hartman and his family moved to the United States when he was 10. After graduating from California State University, Northridge, with a degree in graphic arts, he designed album covers for bands like Poco and America. Feeling the need for a more creative outlet, Hartman joined the comedy group The Groundlings in 1975 and there helped comedian Paul Reubens develop his character Pee-wee Herman. Hartman co-wrote the screenplay for the film Pee-wee's Big Adventure and made recurring appearances on Reubens' show Pee-wee's Playhouse.