Terence Monk Wikipedia
Terence Monk or Terence Monck was an American baritone and actor.
He was born in Long Beach, California on January 10, 1936 as Henry Thomas Monk. He studied at UCLA and Juilliard as well as the San Francisco Opera, going on to win Los Angeles regional San Francisco Opera auditions in 1964. He was also a finalist in the western regional Metropolitan Opera audition. He sang with such stars as Judy Garland, Bea Lillie, Sally Ann Howes, Ann Blyth, Barbara Eden, Carol Lawrence, Shirley Jones and Ann Miller. He was known for his movies The Cat Above and the Mouse Below (1964), Cat and Dupli-cat (1967), Falcon Crest (1981), and an episode of Benson. He worked with the Los Angeles Civic Light Opera in a few performances, starting with Rodgers and Hammerstein's King and I in 1965, then My Fair Lady in 1969, followed by Gone with the Wind in 1973. He died of lung cancer on January 31, 2003 at age 67.