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He is an extraordinary entertainer. A triple threat. A musical savant.
SARGE is an entertainer who has performed worldwide to adoring audiences. His sidesplitting
comedy, touching vocals and stunning display of dexterity as a pianist have
wowed crowds for decades.
But SARGE's road to success has not been smoothly paved.
He was born in Miami Beach, Florida during the Civil Rights Movement to a Jewish
mother and black father, but given up for adoption soon after birth. Fortunately, he was
quickly adopted by a couple who then raised him in Great Neck, Long Island. SARGE
was brought up by his parents in a middle to upper middle class environment, attending
the best prep schools in the region. All the while, he lived with some sense of confusion
because his adopted parents raised him in a Jewish household without much exposure to
his black heritage.
This led to some internal conflict as a child and young adult - feelings he tried to numb
with alcohol, drugs and gambling.
He spent part of his young adult life as a homeless man, severely addicted to several
vices, and copping drugs at his hangout under the Manhattan Bridge in New York City.
With a wealth of talent unrealized, on December 26, 1990, he had an epiphany that would
change his life forever. As strange as it may sound, on that day he made a decision to
commit himself to sobriety - cold turkey - and never looked back.
SARGE has been clean and sober since then, and he has dedicated himself to assisting
others who are facing the same battle.
His artistic talents surfaced on his 6th birthday after his parents took him to see "The
Sound of Music" on Broadway. When they returned home from the show, and without
any prompting, SARGE sat down at the family piano and began to play songs from the
show entirely "by ear". He did this without ever having touched a piano before, and it
was at this point that his parents knew they had something special on their hands.
At the fresh age of seven, SARGE would entertain in between hands of his grandpa
Herman's card games by doing impressions and jokes on cue. It was also at this time that
his grandfather took him to shows in the Catskill Mountains, which was the live
entertainment capital of New York State at the time.
One night while Don Rickles was killing the crowd, SARGE watched the audience's
reaction to the comedian's barbs and scathing monologue. At that moment, he set his
sights on becoming a professional comedian one day. Ironically, today he is often
compared to Rickles largely due to his rapid fire, off the cuff style of hilarious
observational comedy. As has been proven hundreds of times, SARGE has the rare
ability to create an uproarious and moving 90-minute comedic performance on the spot
by just walking into a room.
SARGE graduated from the all-boys South Kent School in the spring of 1979 where he
received an award for his musical talents while also lettering in football. He then attended
Boston University's School of Public Communication where he graduated with a
concentration in Advertising and Mass Communication.
After a short stint as a talent representative, the stage was calling and SARGE enrolled at
The Lee Strasberg Theater Institute. From this point forward, he would no longer
represent talent - rather, he would "be" the talent. To make ends meet, SARGE wrote,
produced and performed for FOX's wildly successful "Best Damn Sports Show Period",
as a nationally syndicated radio host for FOX Sports Radio, and worked extensively for
ABC Wide World of Sports and CBS Sports.
But sometimes when one is at a crossroads, there has to be an "all-in" proposition. So
when "The NFL Today" host Greg Gumbel encouraged him to "be a comedian, you're too
funny, too creative and too bright not to go for a comedy career", SARGE moved to his
best buddy's pull out sofa in New York to embark on a career in stand-up comedy.
After playing clubs and colleges all over America for three years, SARGE found himself
opening for some of the biggest names in music - Natalie Cole, Aretha Franklin, Paul
Anka, The Beach Boys, The Four Tops, Taylor Dayne, Donna Summer and Wayne
Newton, just to name a few. These high profile gigs enabled SARGE's act to evolve
from a comedy appearance to an entertainment performance because he learned to weave
his own musical talents into his shows.
SARGE has worked on some of the biggest stages in show business. From Radio City
Music Hall to Major League Baseball's All-Star Game to entertaining our nation's troops
in Iraq, SARGE's ability to improvise and tailor his show to specific audiences is
He is one of the highest energy, multi-talented acts in show business today. Not only a
hysterical stand-up comedian, SARGE sings in his own voice and in a dozen others
including Harry Connick Jr., Sammy Davis Jr., Lionel Richie and Stevie Wonder.
Additionally, his dead on impressions ofMarv Albert, Mike Tyson, Kermit the Frog and
Gilbert Gottfried leave audiences howling and clamoring for more.
On a recent road trip, SARGE performed three different one-hour shows for three nights
in a row in front of the same audience at a corporate conference. The crowd was amazed
because his material was new for each show.
Triple threats who don't dance are hard to find in show business today. With his mix of
comedy, singing and piano playing, SARGE is a legitimate triple threat and a rare find.

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