Ed’s Broadway credits include: Hairspray starring George Wendt, The Most Happy Fella (Broadway cast recording), Children & Art: Sondheim 75th Celebration; Hairspray Las Vegas starring Harvey Fierstein; the Off-Broadway revival of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Allegro, directed by John Doyle for Classic Stage Company. National Tours: Annie 30th Anniversary starring Conrad John Schuck (cast recording), Man of La Mancha starring Jack Jones & Ron Holgate, Jolson: The Musical starring Mike Burstyn. Regional Theatre: Fiddler On The Roof (Tevye), The Producers (Max), My Fair Lady (Doolittle), The Drowsy Chaperone (Feldzieg), Peter Pan, (Captain Hook). Television: Rescue Me, Gossip Girl, TV LAND’S Really Big Shows (Host); Kids’ Court (Nickelodeon); Robert Klein Time (USA).
Mr. Romanoff has performed with television, film, and recording stars Loretta Swit, Debby Boone, John Schuck, Kevin Meaney, Harvey Fierstein, Vic Damone, Gregory Harrison, Avery Schreiber, Gary Sandy, Morgan Brittany, and the Grammy Award-winning jazz vocalists New York Voices. An accomplished guitarist, Ed has played and sung with folk legends Pete Seeger, Schooner Fare, Christine Lavin, and has opened for Buskin & Batteau, and Rob Carlson. He was the opening act for Rodney Dangerfield: In Concert, and toured as the Ringmaster for Circus America.
Ed narrates the 2021 IBPA Gold Award-winning audiobook, Angel of the Ghetto, a first-person account of hero and Holocaust survivor, Sam Solasz. The 2021 award for Best Fantasy narration in the Youth category was awarded by AudiobookReviewer.com to his production and narration of Heroes of Time Legends: Murdoch’s Choice. Other audiobooks include After The Mutiny, Two Pieces of Cloth, the apocalyptic thriller The Four Myths, and Hit Me!, the biography of FBI Agent Dennis Gomes, who took on the Las Vegas mob in 1974 and whose story Martin Scorsese based his film Casino. Next: Full Circle, by Derry Rundlett and Nicole Rundlett, and Double or Nothing, by Remington Kane.
His character voices can be heard in the animated holiday special The Littlest Light On The Christmas Tree starring James Naughton and Jane Seymour, and David Manley's Up In Arms® puppet musicals Helping Drew, Monster Intelligence, and Welcome Park. Ed voices Kid Kidney for The OrganWise Guys and their award-winning children's health videos. Ed's less youth-friendly voices are heard in EC Comics' 2021 award-winning Vault of Horror; the motion graphic novels Barcode, Star Sheriff, and Atlantis for River Comics, and Dream Breachers for Pinna Productions/Dagaz Media/Pocket Universe Productions.
Ed grew up in a music-loving family. His mom and dad sang in barbershop quartets and were members of SPEBSQSA. All five siblings naturally fell into four-part harmonies and were taught by their dad how to play a ukulele by age six. Ed is self-taught on guitar and banjo along with his brothers, Chuck and Steve, who are the renowned folksinger/songwriters Schooner Fare.
For the Ogunquit Playhouse. Mr. Romanoff performed as Maurice in Beauty & The Beast, and played his guitar and banjo in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. He has appeared in principal roles at the Goodspeed Opera House, Walnut Street Theatre, Paper Mill Playhouse, Theatre Under The Stars Houston, Riverside Theatre Vero Beach, Westchester Broadway Dinner Theatre, Arkansas Rep, Pioneer Theatre, The Alliance Theatre, Maine State Music Theatre, Jupiter Theatre, The Palace at Myrtle Beach, Westbury Music Fair, Valley Forge Music Fair, Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center, Stages St. Louis, Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, Forestburgh Playhouse, Mill Mountain Playhouse, The James Doolittle in Los Angeles, and The Norma Terris Theatre, among others. Ed is gloriously married to Ogunquit Playhouse Education & Youth Programming Director Joyce A. Presutti and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.