Being born in Luxembourg to Greek and Spanish parents, Romanos is quadrilingual and has always had an ear for languages and accents. He studied Drama at the University of Kent and trained as an actor at the acclaimed Atelier International de Théâtre de Blanche Salant et Paul Weaver in Paris. He has also worked with noted theatre professionals across Europe such as GITIS professor and director Boris Rabey.
His background stems from classical mime and Comedia dell’Arte to Chekhov,
Strasberg, and Hagen. He has been in productions of Anton Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard, The Three sisters, Molière’s Tartuffe and in 2014 played James in Sal Cesare’s Virgins die Horny at the Courtyard Theatre in Hoxton.
He has starred in thirteen short films playing an array of characters; like a transsexual prostitute, a gay skinhead and a conman. In 2016 he played François in Anubhav Sinha’s Tum Bin 2 which shot in Scotland.
Always learning and working on his craft, at the moment he is studying
the works of Meisner and Laban and spends a lot of his time memorising