Serge is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association (AEA) and is currently represented by SW Artists Agency, based out of New York City.
Serge was born and raised in Waltham, Ma and is a die-hard Boston sports fan. He attended school in Arlington, Ma, just outside of Boston for his entire life. Serge found his love for performing at the age of 5 years old on Medford St. in Arlington, Ma at a little after school program called Mo-Co Music (now Torch Light Music School). Here, children were able to learn how to sing, act, and perform from a very small age. Directed and owned by Maura Lynch and Clyde Ford, Serge soon went on to make this studio his second home for the next 12 years. He immediately began performing at the Regent Theatre and around town. Voice lessons, piano lessons, acting workshops and dance classes weren't far behind. Before reaching high school, Serge was able to sing the National Anthem for both the Boston Bruins and the Boston Red Sox, as well as receive the coveted "Golden Ticket" after winning The American Idol Experience at Orlando Studios. Serge attended Arlington Catholic High School and was an avid member of their drama club. Led by teacher and director, Jacqueline Billings, Serge found his true love - the theatre. During high school, Serge competed on FOX's singing competition, The XFactor, where he advanced to the 4th round of the preliminary stage. After many stressful college auditions, he found himself on his way to The Boston Conservatory, where he proudly graduated with a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre.
Serge sends an endless amount of thanks to his incredible family, friends, and teachers who have always encouraged him to reach higher and go further. He also sends a lot of love to his amazing parents, Deb & Serge, for always supporting his never-ending dreams!