|Full Name||Chris Hendricks|
|Born||August 21, 1982|
|Joined the team||May 2005|
|Left the team||October 29, 2010|
On April 1, 2011 he announced that he left Club Penguin in October 2010, but he carried on making music for the game until some point in 2012. He is one of the most well-known moderators in the game's history. He used to work for a company along with Lance Priebe called Hyper Hippo Productions. He also has his own personal website.
Screenhog's interview, posted on the official Club Penguin Blog on February 14, 2008:
|“||What's your favorite outfit to wear in Club Penguin?
What's your favorite activity in Club Penguin?
Can other penguins meet you online?
— Screenhog, February 14, 2008.
- Screenhog was Club Penguin's first artist.
- There has been a big controversy over if Freesing is Screenhog. In November 2010, Screenhog confirmed that Freesing is not his test penguin.
- His old e-mail address was firstname.lastname@example.org.
- His Club Penguin account was hacked by one person, so now his penguin account is banned forever, so that no one else can access it.
- Once asked how he felt after leaving Club Penguin, he replied: "Leaving was hard, but it was the right decision. I'm glad that I made the change when I did."
- He has an account along with Polo Field on Fandom, here (confirmed here).
- On October 24, 2012, Screenhog was invited back to Club Penguin to celebrate the 7th Anniversary Party, along with Gizmo and Rsnail.
- Screenhog made his first post on the What's New Blog on February 19, 2008.
- Screenhog last composed music for Club Penguin in 2012 for the Marvel Superhero Takeover 2012.
- Screenhog has a Twitter account - @_Screenhog.
- The party he had most fun designing was the April Fools' Party.
- He is also known under the alias Zippo Penguin.
- He does not enjoy crowds much, because he does not like being "swarmed with people".
- Screenhog and Rsnail have been working together since 2000. When he left Club Penguin in 2010, he rejoined Rsnail's team at Rocketsnail Games (later Hungry Hippo Games) in March 2011. He worked as a prototyper for Hungry Hippo games until October 2017.
- He got the name Screenhog in 2000, when he went to a farm that had an ugly but lovable hog. He drew a sketch of him, and randomly put a screen on him.
- He has a YouTube Channel, where he talks about music he has composed for the game and other behind-the-scenes information.
- He has perfect pitch.
- He really disliked it when he made the Puffle Party Theme because it was very similar to Coconut Mall and he doesn't want to directly copy. 
Appearances in Club Penguin
- Introducing Screenhog!
- A screenshot of the conversation
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9O0YDG5FW0U 's comment section