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Yuu Miyake

Yuu Miyake is a Japanese composer and sound engineer formally for Bandai Namco Entertainment. His most known work surfaced with Katamari Damacy soundtracks, on which he served as a sound director. Other notable works include various tracks in the Ridge Racer series. Prior to joining Namco, Miyake was a university student specializing in management information, his first game with the company was Tekken 3. In 2000, Miyake worked with Namco director Keita Takahashi on a video project called "Texas 2000". Takahashi was so impressed with his work that he gave him full responsibility as sound director on the 2004 release Katamari Damacy. Miyake attended MAGFest 13 in January 2015, holding a QA conference and performing various Katamari Damacy series songs under his DJ handle of "eutron". Friend and Bandai Namco sound designer Yoshihito Yano attended the event. Tekken 3 Tekken Tag Tournament Ridge Racer V Tekken 4 R:Racing Evolution Katamari Damacy Ridge Racers We Love Katamari Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection Ridge Racer 6 Me & My Katamari Ridge Racer 7 Beautiful Katamari Katamari Forever Ridge Racer Touch My Katamari Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Tekken Revolution Persona 4: Dancing All Night Tekken 7 Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight Yuu Miyake on IMDb Yuu Miyake at MobyGames

Harvey Rexford Hitchcock Jr.

Harvey Rexford Hitchcock Jr. was on the 1913 College Football All-America Team. From an influential missionary family in the Hawaiian Islands, he was admitted to McLean Hospital during World War I where he would spend the remainder of his life. Hitchcock was born November 1891 on Molokaʻi island in the Kingdom of Hawaii, his father was Harvey Rexford Hitchcock Sr.. His paternal grandparents were Edward Griffin Hitchcock, son of Reverend Harvey Rexford Hitchcock, Mary Tenney Castle, daughter of Castle & Cooke founder Samuel Northrup Castle, his mother was Hannah Julia Meyer, daughter of Rudolph Wilhelm Meyer and his wife, Kalama Waha, ethnically Native Hawaiian. Hitchcock's father's first cousin was painter David Howard Hitchcock, he had a great-uncle named Harvey Rexford Hitchcock Jr. who lived 1835–1891 and published a dictionary of the Hawaiian language while principal of Lahainaluna School, whose account of the 1874 election of King Kalākaua and the ensuing Honolulu Courthouse riot has been published in the Hawaiian Journal of History.

Hitchcock graduated from Punahou School in 1910 winning the Roll of Honor award. He attended Harvard University, as did his father. While at Harvard he was the vice-president of the Student Union, he played as a tackle on the Harvard Crimson football team and was on the 1913 College Football All-America Team. He played as pitcher on the baseball team, he graduated in 1914. In September 1914, Hitchcock entered Harvard Law School, he volunteered to work for the Red Cross as an ambulance driver in World War I, but became ill waiting for a passport. He resigned from the law school and took a job with Firestone Tire and Rubber Company on April 19, 1915, he served in the National Guard in Texas. In 1917 he attended the final illness of his brother. By March 1917 he returned to Firestone, but resigned in April to apply for an officer's commission, was recalled into the National Guard. By August he became 2nd Lieutenant, 1st Lieutenant October 23, 1917. On January 16, 1918 he was sent to France for artillery school.

He served in combat that summer. In September, he was admitted to a field hospital, sent back to Washington, DC, he was discharged in April 1919, on January 1, 1920 admitted to McLean Hospital for the insane where he died on January 22, 1958. Hitchcock was interred at Arlington National Cemetery. Harvey Rexford Hitchcock Jr. at Find a Grave

Ryu Seung-soo

Ryu Seung-soo is a South Korean actor. Ryu made his acting debut in 1997 with a minor role in Park Chan-wook's film Trio, has been active as a supporting actor on film and television since. Among his notable films are the monks-versus-gangsters comedy Hi! Dharma!, "kimchi" western The Good, the Bad, the Weird, Korean War movie The Front Line. He appeared on TV in the quirky series Evasive Inquiry Agency, revenge drama The Chaser, power-struggle saga Empire of Gold. Despite being one of his earliest projects, the 2002 melodrama Winter Sonata is among Ryu's better known roles outside Korea, given the series' popularity throughout Asia. In 2009, he reprised his character via voice acting in the animated adaptation Winter Sonata Anime. Ryu wrote his memoir Don't Be an Actor Like Me, published in 2009. Black Money Deep The Winter of the Year was Warm Doomsday Book The Front Line Battlefield Heroes Finding Mr. Destiny Second Half The Good, the Bad, the Weird - Man-gil My New Partner Forever the Moment Happiness Meet Mr. Daddy 200 Pounds Beauty All for Love You Are My Sunshine April Snow Mr. Gam's Victory The President's Barber If You Were Me Once Upon a Time in a Battlefield Oh!

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Rainbow S.r.l.

Rainbow S.r.l. is an Italian television studio co-owned by Iginio Straffi and ViacomCBS. It is based in Loreto and was founded by Straffi in 1995. Rainbow began as an animation studio, providing creative services for larger companies until it secured enough funds for original productions, it is now best known for producing the animated Winx Club and Huntik: Secrets and Seekers television series, both created by Iginio Straffi. The studio has produced live-action shows, theatrical films, original comics. In February 2011, Viacom International Media Networks purchased 30% of the company for 62 million euros, leaving the remaining 70% to Iginio Straffi. Viacom's Nickelodeon networks broadcast Rainbow's shows worldwide. Nickelodeon's American studios have collaborated with Rainbow on multiple productions, including Winx Club since 2010 and Club 57 in 2019. In 2015, Rainbow purchased fellow animation studio Bardel Entertainment. In 2017, Rainbow acquired a majority stake in Iven S.p. A. which owns the production company Colorado Film.

In April 2018, Straffi and Viacom listed the company on the Italian stock exchange. The listing followed years of consideration regarding. According to Straffi, this presented "a real dilemma" as Viacom was listed on an American stock exchange, but Rainbow performed best in European countries. Straffi and Viacom withdrew Rainbow from the stock market in May 2018, citing a lack of suitable market conditions. Official website Rainbow S.r.l. on IMDb

List of songs recorded by the Veronicas

Australian duo the Veronicas, whose members are twin sisters Jessica Origliasso and Lisa Origliasso, have recorded songs for three studio albums. Having signed with Engine Room Recordings at the age of 19, the Origliasso twins received funding to write and record demos for other artists with different songwriters around the world. By the age of 20, the duo signed with Sire Records in the United States and began working on their debut studio album The Secret Life Of.... The lead single "4ever" was co-written by Dr. Luke and Max Martin who co-wrote the second single "Everything I'm Not" with the Origliasso twins and Rami Yacoub; the former song reached number two on the Australian ARIA Charts, while the latter peaked at number seven. The duo collaborated with Josh Alexander and Billy Steinberg on "When It All Falls Apart" and "Leave Me Alone", both third and fifth singles from the album, respectively. "Revolution", the fourth single from The Secret Life Of... was written by Raine Maida and Chantal Kreviazuk.

Preceding the release of the album, the Origliasso's co-wrote the songs "All About Us", "Faded" and "What's Going On" which were recorded by t. A. T.u. Kate DeAraugo and Casey Donovan, respectively. In 2007, the Veronicas released their second album Hook Me Up on 3 November 2007. Most of the album was co-written by the Origliasso sisters along with Toby Gad. Together they wrote "Take Me on the Floor", "Untouched" and "Popular", the latter of which features co-writing credits from Beni Barca; the duo share writing credits with Greg Wells and Shelly Peiken for the album's lead single "Hook Me Up", which became their first number-one hit. The song "This Love" was written for the duo by Kesha. Following extensive touring to promote Hook Me Up, which concluded in December 2009, the Veronicas took a short hiatus before commencing work on their third album in 2010. Two years the duo released "Lolita" as the lead single for their third album, titled Life on Mars; the song was co-written by the twins, along with Gad and LP.

The album's release date was being pushed back by their label Warner Bros. Records which led to the Veronicas leaving the label. By 2014, the duo signed a new deal with the third album was retitled The Veronicas; the record features the singles "You Ruin Me" and "If You Love Someone", both co-written by the Origliasso's and DNA Songs, with the former track becoming their second Australian number-one hit. The Veronicas discography

Niall Cashman

Niall Cashman is an Irish hurler who plays as a centre-back for the Cork senior team. Born in Blackrock, Cashman was raised in a family steeped in the hurling tradition, his grandfather and granduncle, Mick Cashman and Jimmy Brohan, were contemporaries on the Cork three-in-a-row team of the 1950s, while his father, Jim Cashman, uncle, Tom Cashman, enjoyed several All-Ireland successes. Cashman enjoyed some success at colleges level with St. Francis College Rochestown, while enjoying championship successes at underage levels with the Blackrock club, he has since become a regular member of the Blackrock senior team. Cashman is known for dropping ex Douglas junior B hurling Legend Donie Forde to work. Cashman made his début on the inter-county scene at the age of nineteen when he first linked up with the Cork under-21 team, he was added to the provisional Cork senior panel in 2015 before making his senior début in the 2016 Munster League. As of match played 7 May 2016. BlackrockCork Under-21 Hurling Championship: 2014, 2015 Cork Minor Hurling Championship: 2011, 2012, 2013