So You Think You Can Dance’s Serge Onik Dead at 33


“He was a stunning artist with a colossal heart and he contacted the existences of each and every individual who met him,” leader of The Movement Talent Agency, Jim Keith, said in a proclamation to Us Weekly on Tuesday, August 24.

“He will be genuinely missed. This is a pitiful day for us at the office and for the dance local area in general. Our contemplations and supplications go out to his loved ones as of now.”

The conditions encompassing his demise are obscure as of now.

The Ukraine local became famous in Hollywood subsequent to putting in the main 14 on season 11 of So You Think You Can Dance in 2014. He proceeded to work intimately with Dancing With the Stars professionals Maksim Chmerkosvkiy and Val Chmerkovskiy as a choreographer on their ABC schedules.

Onik was most as of late seen as an artist in 2021’s In the Heights. He was likewise an educator at the Broadway Dance Center in New York City. His other striking TV credits incorporate Agent Carter, Bones, and Jane the Virgin.


The choreographer’s credits length an assortment of classes and shows, remembering working for the Wynn Resorts Company’s La Reve, The Wynn New Year’s Show, SWAY: A Dance Trilogy, and Zendaya’s Neverland. Onik likewise worked intimately with the NY Knicks City Dancers and many ice skaters.

Television have Kristyn Burtt, who talked with Onik many occasions throughout the long term, communicated her bitterness over his passing on Tuesday.

“My heart is broken. 💔 Besides being a particularly staggering ability, you were an extraordinary companion. You will be so missed, @sergeonik. 🙏🏻,” she composed by means of Instagram.

Couples dancer Elena Grinenko shared a legacy photograph out of appreciation for the late entertainer, subtitling it, “Tear @sergeonik. We going to miss you 😪. I’m pitiful to the point that [the] world lost a particularly stunning individual like you.”

Olympic skater Ashley Cain-Gribble additionally wrote a message of affection to Onik through online media. “This will sting for a really long time. find happiness in the hereafter holy messenger,” she composed. “I’m fortunate to have lived on this planet simultaneously as you ❤️.”

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