Lorenzo Music

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Gerald David "Lorenzo" Music (May 2, 1937 – August 4, 2001) was an American actor, voice actor, writer, producer and musician.wikipedia
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David Davis (TV producer)

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He was the co-creator of The Bob Newhart Show (with his then-producer/writing partner David Davis) which went on the air in 1972 and ran for six years; he also co-wrote the theme song to the show with his wife Henrietta.
He is best known for work on the sitcoms The Bob Newhart Show, a series he co-created with Lorenzo Music, and Taxi, a series he co-created with James L. Brooks, Stan Daniels and Ed. Weinberger.

The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour

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Music became a writer and a regular performer on The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour during 1968 and 1969.
While the brothers themselves were at the forefront of these efforts, credit also goes to the roster of writers and regular performers they brought to their many shows, including Hal Goldman and Al Gordon who wrote for The Jack Benny Program from 1950 to 1965, Jim Stafford (who served as head writer and producer of their 1975 NBC variety hour), Steve Martin, Don Novello ("Father Guido Sarducci"), Rob Reiner ("Mike 'Meathead' Stivic"), Lorenzo Music (Carlton The Door Man on Rhoda, Garfield on Garfield and Friends, Peter Venkman on The Real Ghostbusters), perennial Presidential candidate Pat Paulsen, Bob Einstein ("Super Dave Osborne", "Marty Funkhouser", and "Officer Judy"), Einstein's brother, Albert (who works professionally as Albert Brooks), and resident hippie Leigh French ("Share a Little Tea with Goldie").

Garfield and Friends

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Music would serve as the voice of Garfield in more than 12 television specials and in the Garfield and Friends animated television series that ran from 1988-1994.
Garfield (Voiced by Lorenzo Music): A fat, lazy, sarcastic orange tabby, who wants nothing more out of life than to eat and sleep. He has a penchant for consuming lasagna, enjoys tormenting Odie and trying to mail Nermal, his rival tabby, to Abu Dhabi. He makes a small handful of appearances on U.S. Acres, in "Mystery Guest", "Fast Food", "Quack to the Future", and "The Thing In the Box", but is more often seen in the form of various pieces of Garfield-themed merchandise the "U.S. Acres" characters appear to own. Deep down, Garfield loves Jon and Odie. Garfield does not speak aloud, but his thoughts are audible.

Garfield (character)

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He was best known as the original voice of Jim Davis' comic strip cat Garfield on animated projects during the 1980s.
Lorenzo Music – 1982–2001; In the TV specials and the Garfield and Friends TV series.

Garfield

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In 1982, Jim Davis's Garfield was the most popular comic strip in America.
From 1982 to 1991, twelve primetime Garfield cartoon specials and one hour-long primetime documentary celebrating the character's 10th anniversary were aired; Lorenzo Music voiced Garfield in all of them.

Carlton Your Doorman

Music also co-produced and co-wrote a 1980 animated special Carlton Your Doorman which won an Emmy Award.
The episode relates the adventures of Carlton, the Doorman (voiced by Lorenzo Music), the previously off-screen character from Rhoda who was heard via the intercom but almost never seen (except only his arm would occasionally appear from doors and he was once shown dancing while wearing a gorilla mask).

Twice Upon a Time (1983 film)

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In 1983, Music voiced the character Ralph the All-Purpose Animal in the stop-motion animated film Twice Upon A Time.
Lorenzo Music as Ralph, the All-Purpose Animal

Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears

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Music voiced characters for shows such as TaleSpin as Sgt. Dunder, The Real Ghostbusters, Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears as Tummi Gummi, Fluppy Dogs as Ozzie the Green Cool Fluppy, Pac-Man, Pound Puppies as Teensy in the season 2 episode Little Big Dog, and Darkwing Duck.
Tummi Gummi (voiced by Lorenzo Music) is an overweight Gummi, stated to be a little younger than Gusto, who enjoys a good meal, and would much rather be eating the Gummiberries than picking them. Of all the Gummi cubs in Gummi Glen, Tummi is the oldest. He has a rather relaxed and easygoing personality, which often gets him caught up in Cubbi's schemes. However and in dangerous situations, Tummi has shown exceptional bravery, and throughout the series, he demonstrates a natural talent as a sailor, gardener, artist and craftsman.

The Real Ghostbusters

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Music voiced characters for shows such as TaleSpin as Sgt. Dunder, The Real Ghostbusters, Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears as Tummi Gummi, Fluppy Dogs as Ozzie the Green Cool Fluppy, Pac-Man, Pound Puppies as Teensy in the season 2 episode Little Big Dog, and Darkwing Duck.
Lorenzo Music – Peter Venkman (season 1–2)

Rhoda

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Music continued writing for the Mary Tyler Moore Show spin-off Rhoda.
Lorenzo Music—Carlton, the doorman (voice only)

Sterling Holloway

The audition attracted several famed vocal talents, including Sterling Holloway, the voice of Winnie the Pooh.
In 1982 he auditioned for the well-known comic book character Garfield but lost to Lorenzo Music.

Pac-Man (TV series)

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Music voiced characters for shows such as TaleSpin as Sgt. Dunder, The Real Ghostbusters, Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears as Tummi Gummi, Fluppy Dogs as Ozzie the Green Cool Fluppy, Pac-Man, Pound Puppies as Teensy in the season 2 episode Little Big Dog, and Darkwing Duck.
Lorenzo Music – Super-Pac (Season 2)

The Garfield Show

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Since Music's death, Frank Welker has often replaced him as the voice of Garfield in recent productions of the Garfield franchise including three fully-CGI films: Garfield Gets Real, Garfield's Fun Fest, and Garfield's Pet Force and the CGI animated series, The Garfield Show.
Frank Welker replaces Lorenzo Music (due to his death in 2001) as the voice of Garfield, and Wally Wingert replaces Thom Huge (due to his retirement that same year) as the voice of Jon Arbuckle.

The Mary Tyler Moore Show

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His work as a writer on The Mary Tyler Moore Show in 1970 would lead him to his big break.

Garfield Gets Real

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Since Music's death, Frank Welker has often replaced him as the voice of Garfield in recent productions of the Garfield franchise including three fully-CGI films: Garfield Gets Real, Garfield's Fun Fest, and Garfield's Pet Force and the CGI animated series, The Garfield Show.
Gregg Berger, an actor from the original series, reprises his role of Odie, but Garfield is now voiced by veteran voice actor Frank Welker, since the original actor Lorenzo Music died in 2001 and Jon is voiced by Wally Wingert, as Thom Huge retired that same year.

The Bob Newhart Show

He was the co-creator of The Bob Newhart Show (with his then-producer/writing partner David Davis) which went on the air in 1972 and ran for six years; he also co-wrote the theme song to the show with his wife Henrietta.

Here Comes Garfield

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It is directed by Phil Roman and features Lorenzo Music as the voice of Garfield the house cat, as well as the voices of Sandy Kenyon, Henry Corden and Gregg Berger.

Fluppy Dogs

Music voiced characters for shows such as TaleSpin as Sgt. Dunder, The Real Ghostbusters, Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears as Tummi Gummi, Fluppy Dogs as Ozzie the Green Cool Fluppy, Pac-Man, Pound Puppies as Teensy in the season 2 episode Little Big Dog, and Darkwing Duck.
Lorenzo Music as Ozzie the Green Cool Fluppy

Garfield on the Town

It once again starred Lorenzo Music as the voice of Garfield (who also co-wrote the special with Davis), and also featured the voices of Thom Huge, Gregg Berger and Julie Payne.

Garfield's Halloween Adventure

It is directed by Phil Roman and written by Garfield creator Jim Davis, and features the voices of Lorenzo Music, Thom Huge, Gregg Berger and C. Lindsay Workman.

Garfield in Paradise

It features Lorenzo Music as the voice of Garfield the house cat, other regulars Thom Huge and Gregg Berger, and guest star Wolfman Jack.

Frank Welker

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Since Music's death, Frank Welker has often replaced him as the voice of Garfield in recent productions of the Garfield franchise including three fully-CGI films: Garfield Gets Real, Garfield's Fun Fest, and Garfield's Pet Force and the CGI animated series, The Garfield Show.
In 2007, Welker became the new voice of Garfield, succeeding the original actor Lorenzo Music, who died in 2001 (Welker and Music had previously worked together on The Real Ghostbusters and the original Garfield and Friends). Welker voiced Garfield in Garfield Gets Real (2007), Garfield's Fun Fest (2008), Garfield's Pet Force (2009), and on the series The Garfield Show, which ran from 2008 to 2016.

Garfield Goes Hollywood

It once again featured Lorenzo Music as the voice of Garfield.

Peter Venkman

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In both live action films, he was portrayed by Bill Murray, and was voiced in the animated series first by Lorenzo Music and then by Dave Coulier.