Michael Romanoff was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Romanoff began his acting career appearing in various films, such as "Sing While You're Able" (1937), the drama "Arch of Triumph" (1948) with Ingrid Bergman and "Don't Trust Your Husband" (1948) with Fred MacMurray. He also appeared in the comedy "Move Over, Darling" (1963) with Doris Day. His film career continued throughout the sixties in productions like the comedic adaptation "Goodbye, Charlie" (1964) with Tony Curtis, the Doris Day comedy "Do Not Disturb" (1965) and "Von Ryan's Express" (1965). Toward the end of his career, he continued to act in the Walter Matthau comedy adaptation "A Guide For the Married Man" (1967) and the comedy "Caprice" (1967) with Doris Day. Romanoff more recently worked on the Frank Sinatra adaptation sequel "Lady in Cement" (1968). Romanoff passed away in September 1971 at the age of 81.