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Remo embarked on his acting career in small theaters, fully aware that he needed to build his skills from the foundation to achieve his desired level of performance. Over time, this approach has proven to be successful.

Presently, Remo has garnered attention from the esteemed figures of Hollywood. As an independent actor, he has earned a reputation for his ability to take on demanding roles.
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Remo Vinzens was born on December 22, 1975, in East Switzerland. At the age of 20, he pursued his passion for acting by enrolling in acting programs in Cologne and Zurich. Over the course of four years, he dedicated himself to honing his craft and immersed himself in various acting techniques, striving to combine them into his own unique approach.

Remo's acting career began with performances in Brecht's play "Señora Carrar's Rifles" and appearances in TV commercials and short films, where he gained invaluable experience in front of the camera.

In Fall 2003, Remo received the opportunity to study "on camera" with the renowned Oscar nominated actor Klaus Maria Brandauer at the IFS (International Film School) in Cologne. This intensive training elevated his acting abilities to new heights, allowing him to tap into a deeper level of emotional intensity that he had always aspired to achieve.

Building on his training, Remo showcased his newfound skills in the production of Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey Into Night," where he incorporated his diverse acting techniques.

Seeking to expand his artistic range, Remo ventured into comedy and singing in "Three Gentlemen", exploring new facets of performance that pushed the boundaries of his abilities.

In the fall of 2005, Remo joined Talent Management Star Class, establishing the independent theatre company "Star Class theatre production." Together, they produced English-speaking plays, performances, and in-house productions, providing a platform for Remo to showcase his artistic vision.

In 2006, Remo became a member of the Swiss Stage Artist's Association, solidifying his presence in the industry. He garnered attention for his role in the independent feature film "Pentagram" and also ventured into writing, creating his first audio drama titled "Integration," which showcased his versatility by performing twelve different Swiss and German speaking dialects.

Remo's dedication to classical stage plays became evident as he co-produced and starred in Arthur Miller's timeless masterpiece, "Death of a Salesman." His performance, including a captivating acting-monologue as Happy Loman, received rave reviews, gaining recognition within the Hollywood film industry.

In 2008, Remo found himself in negotiations for the role of the Camerlengo part in Ron Howard's , Angels and Demons, showcasing his growing reputation in the industry.


The following year, legendary actor and director Clint Eastwood expressed interest in Remo Vinzens playing the role of François Pienaar in the Nelson Mandela movie Invictus. However, ultimately the part went to Matt Damon.

In 2012, Remo collaborated with his talent management to establish the "Swiss Acting Institute," a renowned acting studio catering to international working actors and independent theatre productions. The institute's inaugural productions included "Long Day's Journey Into Night," "Shakespeare's Best" in 2013, and Chekhov's "Ivanov" in 2014, solidifying Remo's commitment to nurturing talent and promoting excellence in the acting community.

While opportunities with renowned filmmakers such as Steven Spielberg for the film Lincoln emerged in late 2012, scheduling conflicts and production delays prevented Remo's involvement in the project.

Remo's dedication to his craft continued to flourish as he participated in various projects, including the SAI Members Event in 2015, where he starred in Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie" and a reading of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" in 2016.

In 2019, Remo collaborated on the movie "Free Trip To Eqypt," which premiered at the AMC Empire in New York on May 31st.

However, in 2020, like many others, Remo faced challenges as the COVID-19 pandemic led to the cancellation of stage plays and movie projects until summer 2022, putting a temporary halt to his creative pursuits.

Looking ahead, Remo has an exciting lineup of projects scheduled for 2024, including performances in Gogol's "The Government Inspector," Shakespeare's "The Tragedy of Julius Caesar," and "Frank and Sam." He is also set to star in the movie "The Curse Of The Silver Chain," where he will portray the title character, Jeff. Remo's determination and passion for his craft continue to drive.

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