He wrote a song called Together for the wedding of Randy Savage and Elizabeth Hulette.
In April, 2006 Jimmy had an energy drink called "Mouth of the South High Energy Drink" named after him. It was primarily sold in 7-11 convenience stores.
Back in the 60s Jimmy was a member of the rock group The Gentrys.
Jimmy and his wife, Michelle Lamerley, have been married since 1970. The couple have four children.
Jimmy is only 5 foot 10 inches tall.
During his time as Andy Kaufman's manager, Jerry Lawler gave him the nickname "The Wimp". Lawler even recorded a song called "Wimpbusters", sung to the melody of Ray Parker Jr.'s "Ghostbusters".
During his time in the WCW he covered several known songs and entrance themes of WWE stars who went to the WCW but tweaked them so they wouldn't break the copyright and would still be recognizable. This let to the name "The Jimmy Hart Version" for this kind of songs.
In 2005 he underwent a hair transplant surgery.
In 2006 he was inducted the World Class Wrestling Association (WCWA) Hall of Fame.
He is one of the founders of the X Wrestling Federation (XWF).
He was voted "Manager of the Year" by Pro Wrestling Illustrated in 1987 and 1994.
He worked for the WCW not only as manager but also as composer for entrance songs.
He was the manager of Andy Kaufman when he feuded with Jerry Lawler in 1982.
He released his autobiography The Mouth of the South: The Jimmy Hart Story in 2004.
He debuted in the WWE in 1985.
He was voted "Manager of the Year" by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter in 1983.
He was inducted in the WWE Hall of Fame in 2005.
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