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Gealogo, Patrick Biography




biography of Gealogo, Patrick



-   The Axiom created and written by Patrick Gealogo & Hac Le, published by Icon Creations in 1994, is being developed as a digital feature

-   Patrick has run dailies on Spider-Man, Harry Potter, Charlie's Angels, The Hollow Man, Stuart Little 2, Polar Express, The Tuxedo, I Spy, Gigli, What Women Want, Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, and Charlie's Angels II

-   Patrick Gealogo designed five of the updated ZOOG characters for the Disney Channel

-   Patrick is currently writing a screenplay entitled "Burble" based on a concept he created as a child.

-   Patrick performed as "Tony" in West Side Story, and "Teen Angel" in Grease in High school musical productions while attending Bosco Tech.

-   The Benchwarmers (2006) from Happy Madison and Revolution features Patrick's life size Darth Vader figures on one of the sets.

-   Nephew of actress Lotis Key.

-   Collects Playmobil Toys.

-   Has a huge Darth Vader, Alien, Godzilla collection.

-   Wrote, illustrated, and published Comic Book entitled The Axiom as Icon Creations in 1994 with Hac Le. Michael Halperin who wrote the bible to Masters of the Universe was Godfather and agent to this project during a time when Dark-Themed materials was still unpopular in entertainment. But the axiom is being rewritten for the big screen.

-   Designed 5 of the 7 ZOOG characters for the Disney Channel.

-   Attended Don Bosco Tech and Loyola Marymount University.

-   Patrick a member of the Catholic charity organization The Knights of Columbus.

-   Patrick is one of the founders of Urban Vinyl's U1 Toy Arts with partners David Kawano, Larry Kawano and John Munoz producing a Vinyl Figure created by Nathan Hamill, son of Mark Hamill of Star Wars and Batman The Animated series fame.

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  1. The Haunted Mansion (2003) (dailies projectionist) (uncredited)
  2. The Matrix Reloaded (2003) (dailies projectionist) (uncredited)
  3. Spider-Man (2002) (dailies projectionist) (uncredited)
  4. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) (dailies projectionist) (uncredited)
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