Ron created two unsuccesful projects:
-Untitled Acme Productions Project(2001)
Ron illustrated a cartoon in a 1986 issue of Harper's Magazine.
Ron published a book, Giant Size Mini Comics, which was full of cartoons, drawn and written by himself.
Ron has used the names, "Uh... An Ogre" and "Ron 'Head on a Stick' Hauge," as his nicknames on The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror episodes.
Ron was a panelist at the 2007 comic-con, in Los Angeles, he was one of several The Simpsons writers that attended a Q & A session.
On The Ren and Stimpy Show, Ron personally designed the cartoon in the episode, "Stimpy's Cartoon Show."
Ron appears, in animated form, as a caricature in The Simpsons episode, "Maximum Homerdrive."
In The Simpsons episode, "Lisa Gets An A," Hauge originally wanted the lobster that Homer grew to love, to be named "Shelly."
He lives in Los Angeles, CA.
Ron is a huge fan of John Swartzwelder's comedy novel, "The Exploding Detective."
Ron has an idea for a board game, where you must cross America, and with each state, there are different challenges to overcome.
He is a fan of the animated series, Dilbert.
Hauge has a wife and a daughter.
Hauge has been prominent in The Simpsons DVD audio commentaries for seasons eight through ten.
In his early career, he contributed to the magazine "National Lampoon."
Ron's job on The Simpsons, seasons 13 to 18 was to help the animators and directors to transfer the script to drawings, getting the "visual story right."
Ron Hauge won an Emmy for writing "Homer's Phobia."
Ron: When I was young, I had a wrist-rocket, and showing off in front of the other kids, I randomly aimed it at a bee, and I shot it and it hit, I just felt, god-awful.
Ron: When I was a kid, I was smoking, walking down the street, and my parents drove by and saw me. So I went to the general store and bought some candy cigarettes, knowing my mom would look through my jacket, she did and it was never talked about.
Ron: I feel bad even killing a mosquito.