Richard Louis Donato is a bar manager and podcaster player from Los Angeles, California, nicknamed Evel Dick. He won the reality TV game Big Brother 8. He and his daughter, Daniele Donato, are the only family members to have won the top two American Big Brother Program awards in the same competition. Dick holds the record as the show's oldest winner, and Daniele is the youngest person to win one of the show's two best awards. Dick returned to Big Brother's Season 13 as a team with his daughter Daniele, but left the show on "personal reasons" for the first week. In 2014, Donato announced that the reason he left the program was due to his HIV-positive diagnosis.
|Born||Richard Louis Donato, June 24, 1963, Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Other names||Evel Dick|
|Television||Big Brother 8 (winner), Big Brother 13|
|Children||2, including Daniele|
|IMDb||Dick Donato's IMDb|
Reality show contestant who rose to fame after winning the eighth season of the CBS reality series Big Brother. He won the award for Favorite Reality Performer at the Fox Really Awards in 2007.
He was born in Los Angeles, California and worked as a bar manager.
He doubled for Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards in the Disney film Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End.
His daughter, Daniele, also appeared on Big Brother 8. In 2014 he reveled that he had contracted the HIV virus.
He and doctor Will Kirby are both winners of Big Brother.
- People with HIV / AIDS
- American expatriate in Ireland
Latest information about Dick Donato updated on June 19 2021.