He has 6 brothers and sisters.
DK was one of the four who drank bleach. He mixed up a bottle of soda and bleach and swallowed some bleach. DK was not seriously hurt.
If he were to win the lottery he says he would buy himself an agent, buy a bigger house, buy a car, invest some money and take a trip around the world.
His favorite saying is the pen is mightier than the sword.
His favorite movie stars are, Halle Berry, Denzel Washington, Will Smith, Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp, and Mel Gibson.
His favorite drink is sprite. His favorite food is anything that has to do with chicken and his favorite flavor of ice cream is vanilla.
His favorite movies are Last Holiday, The Lion King, and Big Fish.
His favorite colors are blue and red.
His favorite comic books are X-men comics and his favorite book is Until Angels Close My Eyes.
He use to sing in a choir and act.
A good leader to him is a person who tries to listen as best they can to their subjects.
A TV show you can catch him watching is Heroes.
Some music you can catch him listening to is gospel, hip hop, country, soft rock and pop.
He thinks art class is more important than any math class because art class is self-expression.
He would change his neighborhood if he could by eliminate gang violence and become more involved in my community.
If he was gave the opportunity to switch places with anybody he says he would not except with the president so he could fix his mistakes.
He says people would be surprised to know that he is an avid reader.
If he could travel anywhere in the world he says it would be to Europe.
He would like to vacation to Los Angeles someday.
He wants to be a writer and an actor when he grows up and ten years from now he sees himself as an accomplished writer and a famous actor.
His best friends are Michael, Sophia, and Laurel.
He thinks kids should be allowed to vote.
He thinks George Bush is the worst president and he thinks the best presidents so far have been Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy and Bill Clinton.
DK: Insomnia is an affliction.
DK: (on what he hoped veiwers to get from the show Kid Nation) People don't always see kids as mature. This was our chance to prove we're more than these innocent youths. Sometimes we can even do better than some adults, I'm not ashamed to say. I also want to inspire kids everywhere. I want to be able to prove all things are possible if you put your mind to it and believe in yourself.
DK: (on what he first did when he got home from Kid Nation) I went to the bathroom and flushed the toilet for like 30 minutes. It sounded like music hearing the toilet flush.
DK: (on crying on the show Kid Nation) Most of us tried to hide it, we didn't want to seem too wimpy. This is national TV. But there were definitely tears shed and tempers lost.
DK: (on the difference of Kid Nation and Chicago) It was completely, utterly different from Chicago. It was like stepping into a whole different world. You've got desert and cacti around you. We've got none of that in Chicago! We've got skyscrapers, buildings, trees. It was ''Wild, Wild West'' style. The whole atmosphere was great.
DK: (on power) Power is a dangerous thing. It is a good thing, but is mostly a reflection of the beholder.