Born in Amersfoort (Netherlands) on 7 April 1960, Niki Romijn is a Dutch singer/songwriter and voice actress. She wrote her first song when she was twelve years old. Five years later she joined the band Ovation and studied at the conservatory in Hilversum. After founding the bands His Mistress' Voice and the Niki Roman Band, she performed in the musical Cats and the girl band The Garlic Sisters.
In 2001 she released her first solo album, 'Soon'. This was followed in 2006 by the album 'Roos Van Jou Mond' based on poems by the South African poet Ingrid Jonker.
She started voice acting for several animation movies including Dutch versions of 'The Simpsons Movie', 'WinxClub', 'Totally Spies' and 'SpyDogs'.
Between November 2009 and December 2011 Niki Romijn toured the Netherlands with a show dedicated to the music of Kate Bush. During her show, simply titled 'Kate', she performed the songs Wuthering Heights, Them Heavy People, Army Dreamers, The Sensual World, Symphony In Blue, Pull Out The Pin, The Man With The Child In His Eyes, Cloudbusting, Women Of Ireland, Mrs. Bartolozzi, Breathing, Running Up That Hill, Suspended In Gaffa, Wow and Babooshka.
- Niki Romijn. Wikipedia [Dutch], retrieved 3 November 2018.
- Marta Oliehoek-Samitowska, Symphony in Blue: Kate Bush And Her Legacy, cop. 2013.