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Daniel DiCriscio
Born Wilmington, Delaware
Residence Los Angeles, California
Occupation Hairstylist, Image Consultant

Daniel DiCriscio (pronounced /dəˈkrɪsi.oʊ/ də-KRISS-ee-oh) is a celebrity hairstylist and image consultant known for his work with Paula Jones, Pamela Anderson, Anna Nicole Smith, and a myriad of other high profile clients.[1][2][3]



DiCriscio received international recognition for his "jawdropping public makeover" on President Clinton's accuser Paula Jones, during the Clinton sex scandal.[4] Prior to his work with Jones, DiCriscio had worked with O. J. Simpson trial players Kato Kaelin and Faye Resnick.[1]

As a celebrity image consultant, DiCriscio is often sought out by various media outlets to comment on the stars and public figures in the news, and is frequently referred to as the "Messiah of Makeover".[2][5][6][7]

DiCriscio is frequently a guest on numerous television programs such as Geraldo, Extra, Fox News Channel, Biography, Catherine Crier Live, eTalk, Da Ali G Show, The South Bank Show, Cristina's Court, TMZ on TV, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Earl (Channel 4), and Chick Goes to Hollywood (BBC).[2]

DiCriscio has worked with such celebrities as Pamela Anderson, Anna Nicole Smith, Stevie Nicks, Marilyn Manson, Chyna (Joanie Laurer), Sable (Rena Mero), The Barbi Twins, Star Jones, and a variety of others since the early 1990s.[1][6]


  • The Extraordinary (1993) (TV) .... Apparition to Mickey Rooney
  • Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding (2003) (TV) (hair stylist: Pamela Anderson)
  • Da Ali G Show (2004) (TV) .... Himself
  • Todd TV (2004) (TV) .... Himself
  • Home James (2006) (TV) .... Himself
  • Cristina's Court (2007) (TV) .... Himself


  1. ^ a b c Larry Getlen, "What your car says about you". Retrieved April 9, 2003.  
  2. ^ a b c Felicia Lowenstein, "Daniel DiCriscio - Star Maker". Retrieved September 7, 2000.  
  3. ^ Patricia Talorico, The News Journal. "Wilmington native's perspective on Anna Nicole from stylist's chair". Retrieved February 17, 2007.  
  4. ^ Robin Givhan, Washington Post (January 16, 1998). "Paula Jones's About-Face".  
  5. ^ Henry Goldblatt, FORTUNE Magazine (April 27, 1998). "Dear Bill: Get Real About the Makeover".  
  6. ^ a b Patricia Talorico, The News Journal. "Local experts weigh in on Oscar fashion; red carpet". Retrieved February 26, 2007.  
  7. ^ Associated Press, AP Online.. "Corzine Vows to Keep Wearing His Beard". Retrieved September 17, 2005.  

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