Mr. Remo, the youngest of seven children, was born in Brooklyn. He attended the High School of Music and
Art and won a scholarship to Curtis Institute, where he studied under such notables as Richard Bonelli, Gian-Carlo Menotti, and Elizabeth Schumann. Broadway found Mr. Remo as Lun Tha in The King and I, and later in Flower Drum Song, My Fair Lady, Song of Norway, Merry Widow, and Kurt Weill's Street Scene. Opera discovered Ken Remo in 1964, when he won the San Francisco Opera Auditions and appeared in Manon. Other operatic appearances to his credit include The Magic Flute, Falstaff, Carmen, La Boheme, Salome, Madame Butterfly, Pagliacci, and Don Giovanni. Mr. Remo has numerous credits in motion pictures and television, including many seasons with the Tennessee Ernie Ford Show. He has toured Europe under the auspices of the U.S. Government, and his "Mexico" recording for MOM Records has sold over one million copies.