Dough at the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo, January 2005
November 12, 1962
Lancaster, Pennsylvania, U.S.
|Died||August 27, 2006
Chatsworth, California, U.S.
|Other names||Chuck Long, John Doe, Chad Sanders, Jan Sanders, Rock Taylor, Chet Sanders, Chet Anuszek, John Doc, Jon Doc, Sam Snatch|
|Height||6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)|
|Spouse(s)||Deidre Holland (divorced)
|No. of adult films||1,000+|
After graduating from college, Dough moved to Los Angeles, where he initially tried breaking into soap operas. However, a photo shoot at Hustler quickly resulted in steady work in the adult industry. His first film was a short loop he made for Lance Kinkaid in 1985.
He appeared in an episode of Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends devoted to the San Fernando Valley's pornographic film industry, granting BBC Two presenter Louis Theroux several interviews on- and off-set.
As Dough or one of his other performing aliases, he was a veteran of nearly 1,100 adult videos and had directed 71 titles, according to the IAFD. One of his most noteworthy achievements was participating in a gangbang with 101 women, becoming[clarification needed] as well the first DVD published by the adult-magazine publisher Hustler.
Personal life and death
Dough's first marriage was to Deidre Holland, a pornographic actress, whom he later divorced. He married pornographic actress Monique DeMoan, with whom he had a daughter in August 2002.
DeMoan subsequently left the industry and is raising their daughter in an undisclosed location.
- 1991 XRCO Award - Best Actor (Brandy & Alexander)
- 1992 AVN Award - Best Supporting Actor, Film (Brandy & Alexander)
- 1993 XRCO Award - Best Actor, Single Performance (New Wave Hookers 3)
- 1994 XRCO Award - Male Performer of the Year
- 1995 AVN Award - Male Performer of the Year
- 1995 AVN Award - Best Supporting Actor, Film (Sex)
- 1995 XRCO Award - Best Actor, Single Performance (Latex)
- 1996 AVN Award - Best Actor, Video (Latex)
- 1997 AVN Award - Best Actor, Video (Shock)
- AVN Hall of Fame inductee
- XRCO Hall of Fame inductee
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