|Born||Orlando Drummond Cardoso
October 18, 1919
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
|Occupation||Actor, voice-over specialist|
|Spouse(s)||Glória Drummond, 1951-present|
Orlando Drummond (born October 18, 1919 in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian stage, television and film actor, best known for his dubbing works of Seu Peru in the series Escolinha do Professor Raimundo and also as the voice of Scooby Doo, Alf, and Popeye.
He began work in 1942 as a foley artist and, with help from Paulo Gracindo, started his dubbing career. He also worked as an actor in the films Rei do Movimento (1954) and Angu de Caroço (1955), but he is primarily known for his dubbing works during the 1950s.
- Scooby-Doo in all the series from 1969 to 2010.
- Popeye in all the series of the Company Herbert Richers.
- Alf (series and cartoons)
- Gargamel (The Smurfs in Brazil (classic series) / Papai Smurf — The Smurfs (2011)
- Corujão (Ursinho Puff)
- Bionicão - O Show do Bionicão
- Professor Tournesol - The Adventures of Tintin
- Sneezy - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
- Lebre de Março — Alice in Wonderland (first dubbing)
- Sr. Smee — Peter Pan
- Grim - The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy
- Archimede — The Sword in the Stone
- Sr. Dawes Sênior — Mary Poppins (first dubbing)
- Little John — Robin Hood
- Lafayette — The Aristocats
- Pepe Legal (Quick Draw McGraw)
- Patolino (Daffy Duck) and Frajola (Sylvester the Cat) — Looney Tunes and Uma cilada para Roger Rabbit (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)
- Thing — Fantastic Four
- Yogi — Mini-Polegar and Yogi
- Oliver Hardy — Laurel and Hardy
- General Patton — Patton
- Xena: A princesa guerreira, Os Fantasmas, Duck Dodgers, Duck Tales, Frango Robô, 101 Dalmatians: The Series, The New Woody Woodpecker Show, Felix the Cat, The Simpsons, Liga da Justiça Sem Limites, Família Dinossauros, Riquinho, Rocky II and Um maluco no pedaço.
- (Portuguese) Eu estou rindo, mas por dentro estou chorando, diz Scooby-Doo
- (Portuguese) Dia do Dublador: As vozes por trás dos grandes personagens (The voices on the greats, behind)
- Orlando Drummond fala sobre a arte da dublagem e como criou as vozes de Popeye e Scooby Doo