His sister Carol Hay featured on Colin's album "Peaks And Valleys."
Colin's Band were inducted into the ARIA rock & roll hall of fame in 1992.
In February 1983 Colin's Band Men At Work won a grammy for best new artist for their debut album "Business As Usual".
Colin is married to singer Cecilia Noel.
Colin appeared in the 1996 film Cosi.
He has a small role in the 2006 movie The Wild.
Colin has launched his own record company, Lazy Eye Records.
The title of his first solo album("Looking For Jack") is supposedly referring to a brief meeting with Jack Nicholson.
His first solo album was entitled "Looking For Jack".
His band's debut album reached the top of the US Album chart.
Colins music was also used for Zach Braff's Garden State.
Colin Hay wrote the lyrics for the hit song "Land Down Under."
He appears in an episode of Scrubs, in it he is singing one of his hit songs "Overkill."
Colin was one of five members of the band Men At Work. They were Ron Strykert, Jerry Speiser, John Rees, Greg Ham, and of course Colin Hay.
His music has also been used a number of times on the show What About Brian.
As of 2006, he has released seven solo albums since Men At Work broke up in 1985.
Colin Hays' music has been used in numerous episodes of the NBC sitcom Scrubs
Colin Hay is the uncle of "Zero 7" singer Sia.
Colin moved to Australia from Scotland when he was 14.