November 5, 1979
Camp Zama, Japan
Born to an American father and Japanese mother, Hiromi (later shortened to Romi), lived in Japan until she turned 13; soon after, her father retired and moved the family to Seattle, Washington. After finishing high school in Seattle, Romi was accepted to the University of Washington. She is best known for her role as Traci Van Horn, the nasal-voiced celebrity on Hannah Montana and the voice of Musa in Nickelodeon's Winx Club. Other credits include recurring roles on The Young and the Restless, Bill Nye the Science Guy, and Sci-Squad.
Romi currently serves as a StarPower Ambassador for Starlight Children’s Foundation, encouraging other young people to commit their time, energy and resources to help other kids and working with Starlight to brighten the lives of seriously ill children. She is Jewish 
|2015||Fresh Beat Band of Spies||Kitty Boo-Boo, Kitty Mittens||TV series|
|2013||Bravoman: Super-Unequaled Hero of Excellence||Waya-Hime, Wonder Momo, Additional Voices||Web-series|
|2013||Winx Club 3D: Magical Adventure||Musa||Movie (voice in Nickelodeon dub)|
|2012||Winx Club: The Secret of the Lost Kingdom||Musa||Movie (voice in Nickelodeon dub)|
|2011–2015||Winx Club||Musa, Cherie||TV Series (voice in Nickelodeon dub)|
|2010||Child P.O.W.||Starring Nina||Movie|
|2010||Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil||Additional Voices||TV Show|
|2010||The Newlywed Game||Herself||TV Show|
|2009–2010||Phineas and Ferb||Additional Voices||TV Show|
|2007||The Young and the Restless||Morgue Attendant||TV Show|
|2006-2009||Hannah Montana||Traci van Horn||12 episodes|
|2005||Rule Number One||Student Interviewee||Film|
|Call Center||Fred's Girl||Film|
|2001||Celebrity Deathmatch||Lisa Ling||TV Show|
|1993||Bill Nye, the Science Guy||Herself||TV Series|
- Thirteen Minutes Mag[dead link]
- Star Power Ambassadors. Starlight.org (2009-07-04). Retrieved on 2012-01-25.
- "Singing Pirate". Fresh Beat Band of Spies. Season 1. Episode 6. June 24, 2015. Nickelodeon.
- "Cute Crook". Fresh Beat Band of Spies. Season 1. Episode 9. June 29, 2015. Nickelodeon.
- Romi Dames' Twitter. Twitter.com (2010-07-11). Retrieved on 2012-01-25.
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