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  1. Hayden Michael Giacchino (born August 23, 1998) is an American composer. Giacchino was born in New York City to Michael Giacchino and Sophia Barber-Giacchino. His father is of Italian (Abruzzian and Sicilian) descent and His mother is of Dutch, English, Filipino, French, German and Irish descent.

  2. Hayden Michael Giacchino (1998) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Hayden Michael Giacchino was born 23 August 1998 in New York City, New York, United States to Michael Giacchino (1967) and Sophia Barber (1971) . Ancestors are fromthe United States, Italy, the Philippines, the United Kingdom, France, the Netherlands, Ireland, Germany.

    • Michael Giacchino (1967)
    • Film, television, and video game score composer
    • Sophia Barber (1971)
  3. Michael Giacchino | Universal Studios Wiki | Fandom

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    Hayden Giacchino Matthew Giacchino Melinda Giacchino. Source Michael Giacchino (born October 10, 1967) is an American composer. Retrieved from "https ...

    • American
    • Sophia Barber-Giacchino
    • Composer
    • 1994-present
  4. He has three children, Hayden (22) , Matthew (20) and Melinda (15) . When his first child, Hayden Giacchino, was born, Michael Giacchino was 30 years old. Top Michael Giacchino Songs. Married Life (Album Up (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), released 11 years ago)

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    HARRISBURG, Pa. (WPVI) -- The Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office said 13 people are being charged after an investigation into alleged drug dealing in the western part of the state.

  6. Alias | Alias | Fandom

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    Show

    Produced by Touchstone Television and Bad Robot Productions, film production primarily took place in the greater Los Angeles area. Studio shooting primarily took place at the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California, along with some outdoor shots near some of the studio's famous buildings (such as the original Animation Building or the ABC building, which appeared as a building in Hong Kong in the Season 1 episode "The Coup"). Despite its worldwide locales, only one episode was ever filmed...

    Cast

    Though the cast remained largely similar throughout the series, several new characters were brought in for the final season. Throughout the series regular characters were Jack Bristow (Victor Garber), Sydney's father who coincedentally also was a double agent for the CIA working in SD-6. Arvin Sloane (Ron Rifkin), the head of SD-6 and Sydney's enemy throughout the series. Michael Vaughn (Michael Vartan) was Sydney's CIA handler before they engaged in a romantic relationship, and Marcus Dixon...

    Crew

    1. J. J. Abrams—Executive Producer 2. John Eisendrath—Executive Producer (Season 1–3) 3. Alex Kurtzman—Executive Producer (Season 2–3) 4. Roberto Orci—Executive Producer (Season 2–3) 5. Jeff Pinkner—Executive Producer (Season 5) 6. Jesse Alexander—Executive Producer (Season 5) 7. Ken Olin—Executive Producer (and director) 8. Michael Giacchino—Composer 9. Michael Haro—Coordinating Producer

    Family — Family relationships abound throughout the show. In the first season this focused mainly on the strained relationship between Sydney and her father, with echoes in Arvin and Emily Sloane's...
    Prophecy/Predetermination — A good deal of Alias revolves around the prophecies of Milo Rambaldi. (In a humorous in-joke, producer J.J. Abrams has admitted that the name "Rambaldi" was borrowed fro...
    Trust/Betrayal — Much of the first three seasons of the show revolved around issues of trust and betrayal. Most obvious is the betrayal of Sydney by SD-6which starts the show. However, the show inc...
    Private/Non-Governmental Intelligence Agencies — The world of Alias has one of the largest collections of fictional intelligence agencies in the history of espionage fiction. These agencies are cla...

    The events of the first season of Alias begin in 2001, the same year the series first aired. A reference to Homeland security midway through the first season suggests the series begins not long before, or not long after September 11. (The series, in fact, premiered 19 days following the attacks.) Though there was reference to such a part of government, the federal Homeland Security department was not established until 2003. (Aside from the Homeland Security reference, there is no explicit reference to 9/11 in the first season; however, there is a reference to Osama bin Laden and a reference to the War on Terror in two episodes in season 2). In season 1, each episode covers roughly the events of one week in Sydney's life, thus each episode is said to take place a week apart, although this pattern was not maintained throughout the series. In several episodes, references were made to actual real world events. For example, in one episode, Sydney suggested to Vaughn that they should catc...

    The Aliasproduction team has participated in at least two spoofs based upon the series and featuring cast members. 1. The first was produced in 2002 for a segment of ABC's Monday Night Footballin which Sydney (played as by Jennifer Garner) is ordered by Sloane (Ron Rifkin) to infiltrate the locker room of the Washington Redskins NFL team in order to steal the coach's playbook. Syd disguises herself as a cheerleader and distracts the "Hogettes," a group of Redskins fans, with a glass of beer before stealing the book. Upon returning to SD-6 headquarters, she is horrified to find Sloane wearing a pig mask and oinking. This skit was advertised as being included in the season 2 DVD box set, but it was dropped from the set at the last minute without explanation. Another specially filmed MNF segment featuring Garner was included in the season 3 DVD set, but this was not, strictly speaking, a spoof. 2. Another faux Alias"episode" was produced for a 2003 TV special celebrating the 50th anniv...

    Soundtracks

    Alias released a season one soundtrack containing 26 tracks. These tracks were tracks used in the show, including the opening theme. All of them are composed by Michael Giacchino, except for the opening theme which was composed by J.J. Abrams. The tracks share a similar dance genre, however a few tracks, such as 'In the Garden' share more of a slowed down tempo. A second Soundtrack was also released containing music from the second season, but didn't receive as much praise as the first soundt...

    Novels

    A number of original novels based upon the series have been published, primarily for a teenage reading audience. Due to the intricate and story arc-based nature of the series, most novels published have been prequels to the series, some focusing on Sydney in her early missions for SD-6, and others focusing on Vaughn's missions before meeting her. Their canon status with regards to the televised series has yet to be determined. Although aimed at young readers, the books tackle serious subject...

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    The Incredibles is the first Pixar film to be scored by Giacchino. Director Brad Bird was looking for a specific sound as inspired by the film's design — the future as seen from the 1960s. John Barry was the first choice to do the film's score with a trailer of the film given a rerecording of Barry's theme to On Her Majesty's Secret Service.

  8. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker - Wikipedia

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    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (also known as Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker) is a 2019 American epic space opera film produced, co-written, and directed by J. J. Abrams.

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  10. Майкл Джаккіно — Вікіпедія

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    Майкл Джаккіно (англ. Michael Giacchino, 10 жовтня 1967, Ріверсайд, Нью-Джерсі) — американський композитор, лауреат премії «Оскар», творець музики до багатьох популярних фільмів, телесеріалів і відео ігор, зокрема мультфільму ...