Orlando (disambiguation)

Orlando (disambiguation)

Orlando is a major city in the U.S. state of Florida.

Orlando may also refer to




Orlando is the Italian form of the name Roland.

Given name


  • Fritz von Herzmanovsky-Orlando (1888–1954), Austrian author and designer
  • Joe Orlando (1927—1998), Italian American illustrator, writer, editor and cartoonist
  • Tony Orlando (born 1944), American singer
  • Leoluca Orlando (born 1947), Italian politician
  • Silvio Orlando (born 1957), Italian lawyer and actor
  • Bo Orlando (born 1966), American football player
  • Vittorio Emanuele Orlando (1860—1952), Italian prime minister
  • Bobby Orlando, American dance music artist and record producer, also known as "Bobby O"

Stage name

  • Orlando or The Incredible Orlando, stage names of Jack Birkett (1934-2010), British theatre performer and film actor



Film and television



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