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Also Known As: Michael Romanoff, Mike Romanoff Died:
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Canadian-born Rino Romano started his acting career in the notorious made-for-TV tabloid films "On Thin Ice: The Tai Babilonia Story" and "Amy Fisher: My Story" but now concentrates mostly on voice work. He spent the early 1990s making guest appearances on a variety of B-grade TV shows until landing recurring voice-over work for the highly popular "Sailor Moon" series in 1995. A few more live-action roles followed, most notably on the show "Traders," about an investment firm in Canada. He found more continuous voice work on "Extreme Ghostbusters" in 1997. His childhood love of DC Comics has come full circle--he has performed as Bruce Wayne for "The Batman" animated series and as Peter Parker in "Spider-Man Unlimited,"in addition to narrating "Batman Beyond: The Movie" in 1999. He was a main voice character in "Godzilla: The Series" and worked with Mel Brooks on the animated spin-off to the director's "Spaceballs" movie. Romano has also done voice work on a number of video games.

Canadian-born Rino Romano started his acting career in the notorious made-for-TV tabloid films "On Thin Ice: The Tai Babilonia Story" and "Amy Fisher: My Story" but now concentrates mostly on voice work. He spent the early 1990s making guest appearances on a variety of B-grade TV shows until landing recurring voice-over work for the highly popular "Sailor Moon" series in 1995. A few more live-action roles followed, most notably on the show "Traders," about an investment firm in Canada. He found more continuous voice work on "Extreme Ghostbusters" in 1997. His childhood love of DC Comics has come full circle--he has performed as Bruce Wayne for "The Batman" animated series and as Peter Parker in "Spider-Man Unlimited,"in addition to narrating "Batman Beyond: The Movie" in 1999. He was a main voice character in "Godzilla: The Series" and worked with Mel Brooks on the animated spin-off to the director's "Spaceballs" movie. Romano has also done voice work on a number of video games.

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  Trapeze (1956) Assistant Director

CAST: (feature film)

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 A Guide for the Married Man (1967) Maitre d'hotel
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 Tony Rome (1967) Maitre d'hotel
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 Caprice (1967) Butler
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 Von Ryan's Express (1965) Italian nobleman
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 Do Not Disturb (1965) Delegate
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 Goodbye Charlie (1964) Patron
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 Move Over, Darling (1963) Floorwalker
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 Paris Model (1953) Himself
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 An Innocent Affair (1948) Maitre d'
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 Arch of Triumph (1948) Captain Alidze
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