Wallace has black hair and wears glasses.
Wallace's favorite character from The Simpsons is Krusty The Clown.
Wallace frequently bets on NFL matches.
In The Simpsons episode, "Sunday, Cruddy, Sunday," the character of Wally Kogen was named after Wallace and his former writing partner.
Wallace won two Emmys, for best animated program, less than an hour, for his work on The Simpsons in seasons 1 and 2.
Wallace did commentary for every episode of The Simpsons he wrote.
Wallace went to high school with Vonda Shepard.
Wallace is married to Maya Forbes.
Wallace used the names "Weasely Wally Wolodarsky," "Weird Wally Wolodarsky" and "Warped Wallace Wolodarsky" for his Halloween nicknames for The Simpsons "Treehouse of Horror" episodes.
Wallace's name appears on a tombstone in The Simpsons episode, "Treehouse of Horror III."
Wallace is Jewish.
Wallace has a son.
The character of Otto in The Simpsons is based on Wallace.
Wallace: (On his and Jay Kogen's writing at The Simpsons.) We always loved writing hero shows, it was our format.