Mario JORGE ANDRADE

Date of birth: 1954-02-20
Hometown: Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil
Chronology:
(1968) Started working as an actor in the cinema.
(1977) He was the organizer and coordinator of the 1st Brazilian Film Festival of Comedies.
(1984) Participated in the miniseries A Marquesa de Santos, on Rede Manchete.
(1993) Participates in the children's program TV Colosso, on Rede Globo
(1996) He was narrator of the children's telenovela Caça Talentos, on Rede Globo.
(2000) He was the narrator of the children's soap opera Bambuluá, on Rede Globo.
(2003) Replaced Mauro Ramos in the narration of the children's series Sítio do Pica Pau Amarelo.
(2006) Directed the dubs of some characters from the series Sítio do Pica Pau Amarelo, on Rede Globo and dubbed two characters from the series, Rabicó and Besouro.
(2011) He was invited to present the 9th Yamato Award for Brazilian voice actors.
Non-anime roles:
Burro (Donkey) in "Shrek 1,2,3,4" (movie) (Portuguese)
Eddie Murphy in "Beverly Hills Cop 1, 2,3" (Um Tira da Pesada 1, 2, 3) (movie) (Portuguese)
Eddie Murphy in "Daddy Day Care" (A Creche do Papai) (movie) (Portuguese)
Eddie Murphy in "Norbit" (movie) (Portuguese)
Eric in "Dungeons & Dragons" (Caverna do Dragão) (cartoon-1st voice) (Portuguese)
John Travolta in "Pulp Fiction" (movie) (Portuguese)
Krang in "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" (1987 cartoon) (Portuguese)
Mushu in "Mulan" (animated movie) (Portuguese)
Uncle Grandpa in "Uncle Grandpa" (cartoon) (Portuguese)
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Staff in:
(Portuguese version)
Kakegurui (TV) : ADR Director
Kakegurui (TV 2) : ADR Director
Pokémon the Movie: Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel : Voice Direction
Pokémon XY & Z (TV) : Dubbing Director
Thundercats (U.S. TV) : Translate

Cast in:
(Portuguese version)
Alakazam the Great (movie) as Narrador (new dub)
Battle Game in 5 Seconds (TV) as Masakado Rindō (eps 8-9)
Beyblade (TV) as Luiz (BR)
Beyblade: V-Force (TV) as Rei (King) (BR)
Black Clover (TV) as Lagus
Cowboy Bebop (TV) (Funimation dub); Antonio (Funimation dub)
Dogtanian and The Three Muskehounds (TV) as Pom
From the Apennines to the Andes: The Movie
(The) Hidden Dungeon Only I Can Enter (TV)
Howl's Moving Castle (movie) as Calcifer (Netflix dub)
Hunter × Hunter: Phantom Rouge (movie); Doll 2; Feitan; Man 9
Marco - Carry a Dream (movie) 
Pokémon Sun & Moon (TV) as Neves
Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You! as Bonji
Pokémon XY & Z (TV) as Xerosic
Radiant (TV) as Master Lord Majesty
Robotech (U.S. TV) as Ben Dixon
Saint Seiya Omega (TV) as Tebe de Impacto Demoníaco
Silverhawks (U.S. TV) as Bluegrass
Space Warrior Baldios (movie) as David
Spirited Away (movie) as Aogaeru (Netflix dub)
Star Blazers (TV) as Analyzer
Star Blazers: The Bolar Wars (TV) as IQ9
Star Blazers: The Comet Empire (TV) as Dashell "Dash" Jordan; IQ9
(The) Super Dimension Fortress Macross (TV); Ben Dixon (Hayao Kakizaki; Robotech ver)
Tenchi Muyo! (OAV 1/1992)
Thundercats (U.S. TV) as Bengali (1st voice); Wizz-Ra
Tokyo Revengers (TV); Father
Transformers (U.S. TV) as Power Glide; Wheelie
Transformers: Dark of the Moon (live-action movie) as President Kennedy
(The) Transformers: The Movie (U.S. movie) as Springer
Yu Yu Hakusho: Ghost Files (TV) as Touya
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