Miranda competed in both 2015 and 2016 Reebok Spartan Races – one of the world’s premier obstacle course competitions – as well as several marathons.
Adam Miranda and Miranda Lambert may share the same name, but they do not belong to one another; each have different backgrounds and musical styles.
Early Life and Education
Miranda Pacchiana was born in 1969 in New York and currently resides in Connecticut. She works as a social worker and author who writes on various topics related to child abuse, such as her brother sexually abusing her when she was young; writing about this experience on her website called ‘The Second Wound’.
She is also an avid theatre lover, having performed in multiple stage shows and musicals on Broadway. Additionally, she loves traveling – having visited over thirty-two countries worldwide so far- as well as competing in 2015 and 2016 Reebok Spartan Race obstacle course tournaments; other hobbies include hiking and volunteering for various causes as well as reading her favourite author Margaret Atwood books.
Miranda, a college student at Coastal, appears well on her way towards graduation. Her resume boasts membership in numerous academic, social and student government groups – showing she’s had more life experiences than many people her age!
Once reading Ron Chernow’s 2004 biography of Alexander Hamilton, Miranda decided to create a musical about him. Hamilton opened Off-Broadway in January 2015 and quickly became an instant classic, being nominated for 16 Tony Awards (with 11 wins – including one for Miranda himself!). It quickly went on to be nominated for multiple Tonys while receiving 11 wins – including one specifically for Miranda himself!
This story parallels the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic in several ways, such as when Miranda is threatened with eviction for fear of infection and shortages of oranges at Denver hospitals. Miranda has also started Eye Knee Records music cooperative.
Achievement and Honors
Miranda co-wrote the musical Bring It On, which premiered at Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre in January 2011 before embarking on a national tour and limited engagement on Broadway.
He has written for the television show Modern Family and made an appearance at an Encores! staged concert of Merrily We Roll Along in February 2012.
In 2010, Adam Savage married Vanessa Adriana Nadal. She is a social worker and author from New York; former child therapist, home school teacher, geriatric care manager, documentary outreach coordinator and hospice volunteer; she was previously Adam Savage’s younger brother Adam Savage is well-known television star; as a survivor of sexual abuse herself she has spoken openly about it as well as writing a memoir detailing it all.
Miranda is a 24-year-old writer and drama critic living in Denver who struggles to connect with anyone, feeling alienated from society at large. She finds the displays of volunteerism and patriotism around Denver to be too false or artificial; finding fundraisers, Liberty Bond sales and parades distasteful or irrelevant as proof.
Recently, a 17-year-old boy claimed that he ghost-wrote content for Colleen Ballinger’s satirical Miranda Sings character from December 2017 until March 2020 and shared screenshots of their direct messages via YouTube video. Colleen claims her brother Adam Savage (famous TV actor), abused her when she was young; since then they haven’t spoken. Additionally, Colleen works as both social worker and writer to provide coaching support services helping individuals fight and survive family abuse.
Miranda competed in both 2015 and 2016 Reebok Spartan Races – one of the world’s most beloved obstacle course competitions – as well as in Xterra Trail Running Championships. Additionally, this Ernest Righetti High School graduate loves hiking around Madonna Mountain, Avila Ridge and Cerro Alto in Northern California.
Miranda Lambert and Adam Lambert may share the same surname, but they do not share any blood relations. Both artists have very distinct musical styles and come from vastly differing backgrounds.
Miranda Pacchiana, Adam’s sister and a Social worker and published writer, recently reported abuse from family members on her website “The Second Wound”. However, when she alerted them of this abuse they seemed dismissive of it and seemed unwilling to acknowledge her trauma.