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Popularity of the Baby Name Nasreen

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Pixar Production Babies – Bosco, Nasreen, Sequoia, Vouk, Zazie

Did you know that all Pixar films include a list of Production Babies in the credits? I didn’t either, until Nancy Friedman filled me in. (Thanks!)

According to The Globe and Mail, Production Babies are those born to anyone at Pixar “in the year before [a] film comes out.” For instance, Wall-E (2008) includes a list of 58 babies:

Alexander & William, Amelie, Asher, Atlee, Ava, Avery, Berge, Cohen, Cora, Dillan, Dylan, Ellen, Emma-Brie, Emma Jane, Emma June, Esha, Evija, Flora, Friederich, Giorgia, Hailey, Harper & Griffin, Jack, Jackson & Parker, Jenna, Jonathan, Katie, Kayla, Keilani, Leila, Liam, Logan, Luca, Lucie, Maeve, Maya, Nasreen, Noah, Parisa, Peter, Phoenix, Reina, Sadie, Sequoia, Tais, Tessa, Tobian & Ellarudy, Tomas, Victoria, Violet, Violet Grace, Vivien, Vouk, Zumi

And here are some Production Babies from years past…

  • Bosco, Ciana, Elledale, Lotus, Zuhan – Ratatouille (2007)
  • Finnegan, Lola-Renee, Milosh, Royal, Zazie – The Incredibles (2004)
  • Dorri, Hanako, Oona, Tallulah, Yonatan – Finding Nemo (2003)

Have you spotted any interesting Production Baby names in the credits of other Pixar films (e.g. Toy Story, Cars, Monsters, Inc.)?