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'''Chris Haire''' worked as a sound re-recording mixer on ''[[Star Trek: The Next Generation]]'', ''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine]]'', ''[[Star Trek: Voyager]]'', and ''[[Star Trek: Enterprise]]'', as well as the video games ''[[Star Trek: Klingon]]'' and ''[[Star Trek: Borg]]''.
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'''Christopher "Chris" L. Haire''' worked as a sound re-recording mixer on {{s|TNG}}, {{s|DS9}}, {{s|VOY}}, and {{s|ENT}}, as well as the [[video game]]s ''[[Star Trek: Klingon]]'' and ''[[Star Trek: Borg]]''.
   
In addition to his work on the ''Star Trek'' franchise, Haire also contributed to many film projects. One of the first films he worked on was 1984's ''Night of the Comet'', starring ''Voyager'''s [[Robert Beltran]].
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For his work on ''Star Trek'', Haire received [[Emmy Award]] nominations and wins for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series and Cinema Audio Society Award wins and nominations for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Series:
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* {{y|1988}} Emmy Award nomination for the episode {{e|Where No One Has Gone Before}}, shared with [[Alan Bernard]], [[Doug Davey]], and [[Jerry Clemans]]
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* {{y|1989}} Emmy Award for the episode {{e|Q Who}}, shared with Doug Davey, Alan Bernard, and [[Richard L. Morrison]]
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* {{y|1990}} Emmy Award nomination for the episode {{e|Yesterday's Enterprise}}, shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
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* {{y|1991}} Emmy Award for the episode {{e|The Best of Both Worlds, Part II}}, shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
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* {{y|1992}} Emmy Award nomination for the episode {{e|The Next Phase}}, shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
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* {{y|1993}} Emmy Award nomination for the episode {{e|Emissary}}, shared with [[William Gocke]], Richard L. Morrison, and Doug Davey
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* {{y|1993}} Emmy Award for the episode {{e|A Fistful of Datas}}, shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
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* {{y|1994}} Emmy Award for the episode {{e|Genesis}}, shared with Alan bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
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* {{y|1994}} CAS Award for the episode {{e|Descent}}, shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
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* {{y|1995}} CAS Award nomination for the episode {{e|Genesis}}, shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
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* {{y|1997}} Emmy Award nomination for the episode {{e|Future's End}}, shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
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* {{y|1998}} CAS Award nomination for the episode {{e|Future's End}}, shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
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* {{y|2000}} CAS Award nomination for the episode {{e|Equinox}}, shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
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* {{y|2001}} CAS Award nomination for the episode {{e|Unimatrix Zero}}, shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
   
Haire has been nominated for an [[Emmy Award]] nine times for his work on the various ''[[Star Trek]]'' series, winning four of them. He also won an Emmy Award for his work on the 1982 TV special ''Easter in Guadalajara'' and received nominations for the concert ''Debby Boone... One Step Closer'' and episodes of ''Star of the Family'', ''Falcon Crest'' and ''Taken''.
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Haire also received Emmy Award nominations for his work on the television movie ''Debby Boone... One Step Closer'' in 1982, on the ''Star of the Family'' pilot episode in 1983, on the ''Falcon Crest'' episode "The Avenger" in 1984, shared with Doug Davey, and on the ''Taken'' episode "Beyond the Sky" in 2003, shared with Richard L. Morrison and [[Chris Elam]]. He won an Emmy Award in 1982 for the television movie ''Easter in Guadalajara''. He also received CAS Award nominations for his work on ''Taken'' (2003, shared with Richard L. Morrison and Chris Elam) and ''Empire'' (2006, shared with Chris Elam).
   
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In addition to his work on the ''Star Trek'' franchise, Haire worked on the television series ''Night Court'' (1984), ''Challenge of the GoBots'' (1984-1985), ''The Hitchhiker'' (1987), ''I'll Fly Away'' (1992-1993), ''Sweet Valley High'' (1994-1995), ''Baywatch'' (1994-1996), ''Baywatch Nights'' (1995), ''Leap of Faith'' (2002), ''Carnivàle'' (2003), ''In Justice'' (2006), ''Windfall'' (2006), ''Grey's Anatomy'' (2006), ''Raines'' (2007), ''In Plain Sight'' (2008), ''Psych'' (2007-2009), ''Mental'' (2009), and ''NCIS: Los Angeles'' (2009-2011). Film credits include the television drama ''Blood Feud'' (1983), the comedy ''Lovelines'' (1984), the science fiction film ''Night of the Comet'' (1984, starring [[Robert Beltran]]), the science fiction film ''Special Terminator CIA'' (1986), the horror film ''The Stepfather'' (1987, starring [[Terry O'Quinn]]), the comedy ''Ski Patrol'' (1990), the television thriller ''Running Delilah'' (1993, starring [[Kim Cattrall]]), the thriller ''Hostile Intentions'' (1996), the comedy ''Family Plan'' (1997), the television drama ''Dangerous Child'' (2001), the television thriller ''The Rats'' (2002), the television comedy ''Totally Awesome'' (2006), and the documentary ''Cool It'' (2010).
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[[Category:Sound department|Haire, Chris]]
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== ''Star Trek'' credits ==
[[Category:Emmy Award winners|Haire, Chris]]
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(''This list is currently incomplete.'')
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* {{TNG}}
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** {{e|Encounter at Farpoint}} &ndash; Re-Recording Mixer, CAS
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** {{e|Where No One Has Gone Before}} &ndash; Sound Mixer (uncredited)
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** {{e|Q Who}} &ndash; Re-Recording Mixer (uncredited)
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** {{e|Yesterday's Enterprise}} &ndash; Re-Recording Mixer (uncredited)
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** {{e|The Best of Both Worlds, Part II}} &ndash; Re-Recording Mixer (uncredited)
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** {{e|The Next Phase}} &ndash; Re-Recording Mixer (uncredited)
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** {{e|A Fistful of Datas}} &ndash; Re-Recording Mixer (uncredited)
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** {{e|Descent}} &ndash; Re-Recording Mixer (uncredited)
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** {{e|Genesis}} &ndash; Dialogue Re-Recording Mixer (uncredited)
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** {{e|All Good Things...}} &ndash; Re-Recording Mixer, CAS
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* {{ENT|Broken Bow}} &ndash; Re-Recording Mixer, CAS (credited as Christopher Haire)
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== External link ==
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* {{imdb|name/nm0354359||external}}
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[[Category:Video game production staff]]
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[[Category:Emmy Award winners]]
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[[Category:CAS Award winners]]

Latest revision as of 20:51, September 25, 2019

Real World article
(written from a Production point of view)

Christopher "Chris" L. Haire worked as a sound re-recording mixer on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Enterprise, as well as the video games Star Trek: Klingon and Star Trek: Borg.

For his work on Star Trek, Haire received Emmy Award nominations and wins for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series and Cinema Audio Society Award wins and nominations for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Series:

  • 1988 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "Where No One Has Gone Before", shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Jerry Clemans
  • 1989 Emmy Award for the episode "Q Who", shared with Doug Davey, Alan Bernard, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 1990 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "Yesterday's Enterprise", shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 1991 Emmy Award for the episode "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II", shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 1992 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "The Next Phase", shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 1993 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "Emissary", shared with William Gocke, Richard L. Morrison, and Doug Davey
  • 1993 Emmy Award for the episode "A Fistful of Datas", shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 1994 Emmy Award for the episode "Genesis", shared with Alan bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 1994 CAS Award for the episode "Descent", shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 1995 CAS Award nomination for the episode "Genesis", shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 1997 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "Future's End", shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 1998 CAS Award nomination for the episode "Future's End", shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 2000 CAS Award nomination for the episode "Equinox", shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 2001 CAS Award nomination for the episode "Unimatrix Zero", shared with Alan Bernard, Doug Davey, and Richard L. Morrison

Haire also received Emmy Award nominations for his work on the television movie Debby Boone... One Step Closer in 1982, on the Star of the Family pilot episode in 1983, on the Falcon Crest episode "The Avenger" in 1984, shared with Doug Davey, and on the Taken episode "Beyond the Sky" in 2003, shared with Richard L. Morrison and Chris Elam. He won an Emmy Award in 1982 for the television movie Easter in Guadalajara. He also received CAS Award nominations for his work on Taken (2003, shared with Richard L. Morrison and Chris Elam) and Empire (2006, shared with Chris Elam).

In addition to his work on the Star Trek franchise, Haire worked on the television series Night Court (1984), Challenge of the GoBots (1984-1985), The Hitchhiker (1987), I'll Fly Away (1992-1993), Sweet Valley High (1994-1995), Baywatch (1994-1996), Baywatch Nights (1995), Leap of Faith (2002), Carnivàle (2003), In Justice (2006), Windfall (2006), Grey's Anatomy (2006), Raines (2007), In Plain Sight (2008), Psych (2007-2009), Mental (2009), and NCIS: Los Angeles (2009-2011). Film credits include the television drama Blood Feud (1983), the comedy Lovelines (1984), the science fiction film Night of the Comet (1984, starring Robert Beltran), the science fiction film Special Terminator CIA (1986), the horror film The Stepfather (1987, starring Terry O'Quinn), the comedy Ski Patrol (1990), the television thriller Running Delilah (1993, starring Kim Cattrall), the thriller Hostile Intentions (1996), the comedy Family Plan (1997), the television drama Dangerous Child (2001), the television thriller The Rats (2002), the television comedy Totally Awesome (2006), and the documentary Cool It (2010).

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(This list is currently incomplete.)


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