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Nickname: John the Butt, John Stallion, Jon Stallion, John Staglano, Jon Stagliano, John Allen Stagliano, John Stagg, John 'ButtMan' Stagliano, Mike Parker, Johnny Stagliano
Profession: Pornographic actor, Film Director, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Film Editor, Cinematographer
Nationality: United States of America
Date of Birth: 1951-11-29
Place of Birth: Chicago
John Stagliano Net Worth: John Stagliano is an American actor, entrepreneur, producer, director, and former pornographic actor who has a net worth of $8 Million. Born in Chicago, Illinois on November 29, 1951, Stagliano is known to many as "Buttman." He is the founder and current owner of Evil Angel studios and has also dabbled in erotic fiction writing. While in college, Stagliano studied an array of subjects including English, journalism, engineering, economics, theater, playwrighting, modern dance, and jazz. He began his career in the adult industry as a softcore model and a dancer for Chippendales. He later began publishing a pornographic magazine called Evil Angel in 1982. In 1997, Stagliano was diagnosed with HIV and later faced a lawsuit in 2013 after allegedly neglecting to inform co-star Katie Summers of his condition. Stagliano is currently married to former pornographic actress, Tricia Devereaux and continues to act in pornographic films for non-sexual roles. He has received the XBIZ awards for Industry Pioneer (Web) in 2010, Man of the Year in 2011, and was nominated for Director of the Year for his feature release of Voracious in 2013. Stagliano's first marriage was to actress Krysti Lynn in 1993. She died in a devastating car accident in 1995 while driving Stagliano's Acura.
John Allen Stagliano (born November 29, 1951 in Chicago, Illinois), also known as Buttman, is an American entrepreneur, former pornographic actor, producer and director, who founded and owns the Evil Angel pornographic film studio.

Stagliano grew up in the Chicago suburbs, and attended high school from 1965 to 1969. He enrolled in college, but dropped out in 1969 for several semesters. He then went back to college and studied subjects including English, journalism, and engineering, before transferring to UCLA to major in economics. He originally planned to get an economics Ph.D. and become a professor. He then switched to studying theater, playwriting, modern dance and jazz dance, partly because there were more women in those classes. He is of Italian and Polish ancestry.
In the 1970s, he wrote erotic fiction for a small newspaper, and did some softcore modeling. He made his debut in a hardcore pornographic film in an 8mm loop in 1974. In 1979, he was looking for dancing jobs in Hollywood. He replied to an advertisement in the Daily Variety looking for male strippers for the new Chippendales show. He performed with the group four or five nights a week for the next four years. In 1982, when he was 30, he began publishing a small pornographic magazine on newsprint, which he called Evil Angel.
Initially he had little knowledge of film making, but he made his first movie for $8,000 in 1983, titled Bouncing Buns, starring Stacy Donovan. For the next six years he made films for other companies to manufacture and distribute. In 1989, he started Evil Angel to sell his own films. The origin of the company's name dates back to when Stagliano was working as a stripper. "There was another guy in one of my shows named John. So this MC started calling me Evil John to differentiate us. This was when I was doing Dracula and chains. At the same time I had a girlfriend who called herself Angel when she did strip shows. She was a very nasty girl and I suggested that

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