He is a good friend of Rob Cesternino's, and has appeared on multiple podcasts. Richard continues to run his own business as a corporate trainer and consultant, conducting seminars on numerous topics, including conflict management, team building, practical negotiation and public speaking. In addition, he is a licensed real estate agent and has worked as a car salesman and bartender.
Richard Holman Hatch Jr. InHatch was convicted of attempting to evade taxes. Hatch served another nine-month sentence in for a probation violation.
Actor, writer, producer, and perhaps Richard Hatch wears all these hats quite well. Known for his involvement in both incarnations of Battlestar Galactia as Apollo in the s version, and Tom Zarek in the recent reboot he has often spoken about these two roles.
More than 10 years later, the snakelike strategist is equally famous for getting bitten by the IRS for tax evasion, a conviction that landed him in prison for nearly four years. Now free to compete on the fourth edition of Celebrity Apprentice, which premieres March 6 on NBC, the year-old Hatch talks prison sex and the ongoing legal troubles that threaten his alliance with the gay tribe. Richard Hatch: Well, you know, that whole prison thing can get in the way.
Now that he's back in the wild, Richard Hatch has a bone to pick with Uncle Sam. Make that several. Hours after he was released from a Rhode Island correctional facility for tax evasion, the original Survivor champ and later Celebrity Apprentice scourge tells E!
He says he donated his sperm hundreds of times at the Cryobank in Fairfax, Va. The reality star — he returned to "Survivor" in for the "All Stars" edition and also competed on NBC's "The Celebrity Apprentice" in — recently met two of the children whom he fathered. The pair, Emily Kidd and Devin O'Neill, both 24, tracked him down on a website called the Donor Sibling Registry using information their mothers shared with them.
Photo courtesy Richard Hatch. InHatch, who is gay, was sentenced by a judge in Rhode Island to 51 months in federal prison on tax evasion charges, and was freed on probation in Hatch denied all charges. Earlier this year he was back in prison on charges of violating his parole after prosecutors claimed the year-old reality TV star failed to re-file his federal income tax returns, a charge that Hatch denies.