In 2001, Tommy appeared in the film Vanilla Sky in the role of Frozen Vintage Car Man.
Tommy stands at 6' 2½" or 1.89 m.
In 1997, Tommy was nominated for a Razzie Award in the category of Worst Original Song for the song "Welcome to Planet Boom! (a.k.a. This Boom's for You)", as heard in the 1996 film Barb Wire.
In 2003, Tommy appeared in a US television commercial for buymusic.com.
In 1998, Tommy won the Sour Apple award at the Golden Apple Awards.
Tommy ranked #46 on VH1's 100 Sexiest Artists.
In September 2006, Tommy became engaged to girlfriend Erin Naas.
Tommy was a guest disc jockey at WXRX in New York during the 4th of July 'Monster Metal Meltdown' in 2005.
Tommy released his autobigraphy titled Tommyland in 2004.
Tommy reunited with Motley Crue in 2004 to release a double disc set titled Red, White, & Crue.
Tommy was sued for negligence in 2001, when four year old Daniel Karven-Veres drowned in his swimming pool at his sons birthday party. Tommy did not provide a life guard or CPR trained supervision, but was not held responsible.
Tommy made a guest appearance on the Nine Inch Nails album titled Downward Spiral.
Tommy joined his first band in 1982, Suite 19.
Tommy says that his favorite tattoos are the ones of his two sons names. They wrote their names on his wrists and he had them tattooed on.
In 2006, Tommy Lee formed the band Supernova with Gilby Clarke and Jason Newsted.
After Motley Crue, Tommy started his own band called Methods Of Mayhem and is now has his own solo career.
Tommy is the drummer for the band Motley Crue.
Tommy is known for his sex tape with Pamela Anderson. It sold millions and he even made a song about it with his band Methods Of Mayhem called Get Naked.
He has two sons with Pamela Anderson, named Dylan Jagger Lee and Brandon Thomas Lee.
He wasn't actually enrolled in classes for his reality show Tommy Lee Goes to College.
Tommy Lee: (on his quickie marriage to Pamela Anderson) Getting married in four days was the biggest ... mistake I've ever made. I have two beautiful kids, but ... how can you know somebody in four days? Bonehead.
Tommy Lee: This is another group of fine high school athletes. They come from good programs with good work ethics. Their high school programs have not only taught them the game, but also taught them what it takes to win. Bottom line; they are some really tough kids who will easily fit into our program and buy into what Bulldog football is all about.
Tommy Lee: Look at those pretty green vines. They've got a beautiful stem and they're growing so good. To have to come in and cover them up, it breaks my heart.
Tommy Lee: This ain't no circus. This is my life they're talking about.
Tommy: When I was a little kid I took tap & ballet. I loved to dance. I was a rhythm machine.
Tommy: My life does not suck.
Tommy: I've got into midgets recently. They're so fun. Every time I see one I just want to pick him up and take him home with me.
Tommy Lee: (On being tempted to get a hot girl to front the band on Rock Star Supernova) There are a lot of cute girls that can actually sing and they're just as possible as some of the guys.
Tommy Lee: (On what they are looking for in a person on Rock Star Supernova) To take this to a whole new level, they need to be an all-encompassing vocalist who really understands how to present us.