|Born||in Baltimore, Maryland, USA|
Mini Bio (1)
Novak makes appearances in the CKY videos, Bam's film Haggard (2003), Viva la Bam (2003), Jackass Number Two (2006), Jackass 3D (2010), and Bam's Unholy Union (2007). In Haggard (2003), Novak plays a friendly drug dealer named Dooli, which was the real nickname of Novak's dealer in northwest Baltimore.
He appears regularly on the SIRIUS Satellite Radio show, Radio Bam on Faction 28. One notable radio appearance was on December 26, 2005, Novak arranged to engage in sexual activities with two prostitutes from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Bam's SIRIUS Satellite Radio show Radio Bam. The show was cut off just as the act was starting.
In 2008, Novak appeared in Where the #$&% Is Santa? (2008), which featured Novak and several other cast members trying to find Santa Claus. That same year, Novak appeared in a pornographic film by Gina Lynn called The Fantasstic Whores 4 (2008) with Margera who has had a "prominent, non-sex role".
In 2010, Novak appeared in Jackass 3D (2010) in multiple scenes. Novak also had a more prominent role in the follow-up film Jackass 3.5 (2011), it was released in early 2011.
Arrest, jail sentence, and sobriety (2010-present)
On July 7, 2010, Novak was arrested at Chester County Hospital for an outstanding warrant after being admitted for breaking several bones filming a scene for Jackass 3D. He was charged with forging a prescription after he tried to pass a fake prescription for Xanax at a Walgreens in Media, Pennsylvania. On November 3, 2010, Novak was sentenced to 11-23 months. His initial sentence called for the first 30 weeks to be spent as weekend confinement at the George W. Hill Correctional Facility in Thornton, Pennsylvania. After his weekends were completed, Novak would spend 6 months on house arrest until eligible for release.
In early February 2011, Novak claimed on Radio Bam that he had used his cellmate's urine to pass a drug test and mentioned the facility by name. The episode was intercepted by the staff at the correctional facility, and on February 11, 2011, the judge revoked Novak's weekend sentence and ordered him to be jailed for 10 months. Novak was released from the jail on December 30, 2011. He was then on parole for one year and was on probation until the end of 2013, during which time he had to stay clean of illegal substances.
After a string of relapses and homelessness, Novak entered Today, Inc. in Langhorne, Pennsylvania and successfully completed treatment. He has been clean and sober since March 20, 2015. In September 2016, he began working for Banyan Treatment Center in Pompano Beach, Florida.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Egoruka