Romanos Kassimis, Luxembourg born actor, from Greek and Spanish parents, started his professional career in acting when he was eleven years old. Since then he has worked with noted theatre professionals throughout Europe.
It was after his first workshop with GITIS teacher and director, Boris Rabey, that he was drawn to the work of Stanislavsky and his peers. Hence, after reading Theatre Studies at the University of Kent, he went to the acclaimed Atelier International de Théâtre de Blanche Salant et Paul Weaver method acting school in Paris where he studied for three years. Since then he has moved to London where he has been in a number of short films and theatrical productions. He has also co-written a number of screenplays. He enjoys playing the bouzouki and his mum’s cooking.