John Cacavas Composer and conductor

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United States
August 13, 1930
Death Date:
January 28, 2014 (age 83)
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John Cacavas is a 83 years old Composer and conductor John Cacavas was born on August 13, 1930 (died on January 28, 2014, he was 83 years old) in . His nickname was Cacavas John.


John Cacavas born in Aberdeen South Dakota) was a composer and conductor probably best known for his television scores such as Kojak for which he was the chief composer and for which he composed the show's third main title theme for its 5th and final season in 1977-1978. Cacavas's television credits also include Hawaii Five-O The Bionic Woman Mrs. Columbo and Buck Rogers in the 25th Century.
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Is John Cacavas still alive?

No, he died on 01/28/2014, 7 years ago. He was 83 years old when he died. He died in Beverly Hills


John Cacavas Albums

There are 40 albums of John Cacavas:

Singers & Swingers
Singers & Swingers
Les Grands - Saison 3 (Bande originale de la série télévisée)
Les Grands - Saison 3 (Bande originale de la série télévisée)
70's Cool, Vol. 1
70's Cool, Vol. 1
In the Christmas Swing
In the Christmas Swing

His last album Singers & Swingers released 1 year 6 months ago. When Singers & Swingers released, he was 89 years old. This album contains 15 tracks

His first album John Cacavas & His Palm Court released 56 years ago, he was 34 years old when this album released. There were 18 songs in this album.

John Cacavas Movies (22)

There are 22 movies of John Cacavas:

His first feature film was Airport 1975 (1974). He was 44 when he starred in this movie. Since 1974, he has appeared in 22 feature films. The last one is Friendly Persuasion (1975). .

John Cacavas movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:

John Cacavas TV Shows (2)

His first TV Show was Kojak (1973).


He graduated from Northwestern University

What was John's zodiac sign?

John Cacavas zodiac sign was leo.

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