Dominic Scott Riccitello

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Dominic Scott Riccitello
Born February 17
Nationality American
Years active 2005 - present
Known for Internet anonymity

Dominic Scott Riccitello (born February 17) is an American internet personality, writer,[1] photographer[2] and blogger,[3][4][5] who is ironically known for no one knowing who or what his actual occupation is.[6]

In 2005, Riccitello began his start on MySpace using pseudonyms to conceal his identity. After MySpace, he ventured to Twitter, where he has more than 325,000 followers.[1]


In October 2013, Riccitello began "Words by Dominic Riccitello," a poetry blog, which features: "A collection of conversations between friends, flings, acquaintances, lost souls and people of my past. I write to understand why things happened the way they did."[1][7]


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