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Serge Onik, 'So You Think You Can Dance' alum, dead at 33: ‘He will be truly missed’

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Serge Onik, a professional dancer and Top 10 contestant on season 11 of ‘So You Think You Can Dance,’ has died, his manager told Fox News. He was 33. 

Serge Onik, a professional dancer and Top 10 contestant on season 11 of ‘So You Think You Can Dance,’ has died, his manager told Fox News. He was 33. 
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Additional details regarding Onik’s death were not disclosed.

The Ukraine-born performer, who moved to the U.S. with his family at age three, advanced to the Top 10 of “SYTYCD” before he was eliminated from the competition.

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His career would soon take him to the stage of “dancing-with-the-stars” target=”_blank”>Dancing with the Stars<  of “In the Heights” in June, adding, in part, “It’s such a privilege to be part of a movie that represents the cultures and peoples and dance genre that basically raised me and I owe my whole everything to.”

Additional details regarding Onik’s death were not disclosed.

Additional details regarding Onik’s death were not disclosed.
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Onik also lent his time teaching others the art of dance as well.

A peer of Onik’s, professional dancer Elena Grinenko, paid tribute to him in an Instagram post on Tuesday.

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“RIP @sergeonik We going to miss you,” she wrote alongside a throwback photo of Onik. “I’m so sad that world lost such an amazing person like you.”

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