Serge Stevens

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The son of an itinerant rodeo worker who briefly toured with the Calgary Stampede, Serge Stevens was born in a small town outside of Manitoba, Canada. Along with his two brothers, Ike and Rollo, Serge was homeschooled by his mother, an achingly beautiful woman. Serge moved to Washington, D.C., at the age of 23, and for three frustrating years sought assignment with the U.S. diplomatic corps. Ultimately realizing that his Canadian citizenship was far too great an obstacle to his dream, he moved to New York City, where he spent years working on the Metropolitan Transit Authority’s Second Avenue subway, while moonlighting as a stringer for the local Pennysaver. Serge lost his wife, Olivia, several years ago, in Times Square.

Articles by Serge Stevens

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25 Greatest ’80s TV Stars: Then & Now

Whatever happened to some of your favorite prime-time personalities? ...
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Is the Middle Class Extinct?

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Sugar, Spice & Sitcoms: 20 Top TV Daughters

From “Kitten” Anderson to Meadow Soprano, we look back at some of the sweetest and sassiest characters ever to grace prime time....
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Hollywood Bust-Ups! 11 Fractured Golden Couples

Sure, show business is tough on a relationship. But these pairs went up in flames....
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Mick Jagger: Rock ’n’ Roll’s Ultimate Bad Boy

Celebrating the Rolling Stones legend’s 71st birthday with a look back at his momentous life....
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The 20 Funniest Comedy Teams of All Time

Go ahead, split your sides. From vaudeville to the Internet, these acts are the tops in yuks....
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Still Screaming for Ice Cream

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The Ultimate Wonder Woman: Lynda Carter

Celebrating a star who has used her super powers both on and off the screen....
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The Smoky Haze of My Father's Cigar

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Women or Cigarettes? Hmmm...

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Smoke ’Em!: 25 Celebrities Busted for Pot

Before all this legalization stuff, some stars actually hit the cooler for a while....
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When Your Heroes Die

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Practice, Practice, Practice. No, Don’t Bother

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Phyllis Diller Smashes the Comedy Ceiling

The wildly dressed, cackling personality created a new world for female comedians when she debuted in the 1950s....