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About Ed Romanoff
Ed is a voice actor/jingle singer with 40+ years of Broadway, Off-Broadway, Regional Theatre, Television, Film, and Animated Features. His new audiobook, Angel of the Ghetto: One Man's Triumph Over Heartbreaking Tragedy, is a first-person narration of Sam Solasz who, as a teenager, escaped a prison train to Treblinka to help thousands during WWII and survive to be an enormously successful businessman in New York. His many character voices can be heard in Up In Arms® puppet musicals that tour North America teaching K-6 about reading, sharing, and dealing with bullying, and with the OrganWise Guys® who spread awareness of a healthy lifestyle to children through videos and in-school programs. An accomplished guitarist, Ed has opened as a solo act for Rodney Dangerfield and performed with folk legends Pete Seeger, Tommy Makem, and Schooner Fare. His vocals and guitar work are featured on the Broadway cast albums of Annie: The 30th Anniversary, and Frank Loesser's ”The Most Happy Fella”, as well as in commercial recordings.Read More
Will audition/demo new material Can write/perform jingles Guitar, Ukulele, Mandolin, BanjoRead More
Selected work: ComboCleaner for MAC; Audiobook: Angel Of The Ghetto, One Man's Triumph Over Heartbreaking Tragedy; Pocket Universe Productions: EC Comics Vault of Horror, winner of 2020 S.A.H. AudioFile Earphones Award©, Dagaz Media; Up In Arms® educational puppet musicals; The OrganWise Guys® health education videos; River Comics' virtual comic books: Barcode, Star Sheriff, Pandora; Character voices for the animated “The Littlest Light On The Christmas Tree” with Jane Seymour; “Hairspray” Broadway and Las Vegas: Male Authority Figure, multiple roles; “Little Shop of Horrors”: Voice of Audrey II; “Annie” 30th Anniversary cast recording: Lt. Ward “Tomorrow”; “The Most Happy Fella” Broadway cast recording: “Standing on the Corner”; Host of TV LAND's “Really Big Shows”; National tours, Regional theatres, 100+ productions in North America and England. Full resume available upon request.Read More
Former and Present Clients: McDonald's; Scott Paper; Valerie Smaldone Media Worldwide LLC; Avera & Smith, LLP; Merck Pharmaceuticals; Literacy Volunteers; U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; TopsOrtho; ComboCleaner for MAC; Washington State Historical Society; Up In Arms®; Ogunquit Playhouse Foundation; River Comics; Pocket Universe Productions; The OrganWise Guys®; Portland Regional Vocational Technical Center; Nissen Bakeries; Goodwin Chevrolet; Schiavi Homes; Full Service Banks.Read More
B.A. Theatre: University of Southern MaineRead More
Reviews 5.0View All (9)
Valerie Smaldone Media Worldwide, LLC
Great talent, easy to communicate with, very nice person!
Ed was quick to turnaround files and provide edits as requested.
Ed Romanoff is one of those rare talents with a virtual catalog of voices. Within just three projects, Ed provided half a dozen voices from student to teacher, and from a warm, friendly radio voice to a silly, conniving monster. Ed is always a professional joy to work with and I anticipate whatever wonderful character he's going to bring to our next project. - David Manley, Owner/Artistic Director, Up In Arms®Up In Arms® (educational musicals K-8)
“Ed is a consummate pro, giving everything you ask for and then some. His energy, enthusiasm, and passion for the work shines through every assignment, which is why I go back to him time and time again.” - Michael Stailey, Associate Marketing Director, Ogunquit PlayhouseOgunquit Playhouse Foundation
I have known Ed Romanoff for years and have always admired his acting and musical abilities. Recently I had the distinct pleasure of working with him in EC Comics' Vault Of Horror, which I was directing for my company, Pocket Universe Productions. Ed far exceeded my expectations, bringing to chilling life a most reprehensible character. He was so remarkable in this portrayal that my fellow producer, Lance Axt, raved about his performance, stating that it was now his favorite episode. I look forward to working with Ed again and again, in the not so distant future. - William Dufris, Dagaz Media and Pocket Universe Productions (X-Files: Cold Cases and Stolen Lives; Locke & Key; Midnight Matinees; The Dark Tome)Dagaz Media/Pocket Universe Productions
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