Mini Bio (1)
Serge Côté is an award winning composer for film and television. For the past two decades, he has created music for more than 1500 episodes of TV series, in many styles from drama to comedy.
As a songwriter and arranger, he began working with many world-class artists, such as Alanis Morrissette, One to One, Jewel, Dan Hill, Harland Williams and Tom Green. This lead to the birth of Atomic Audio, his recording studio where he began composing for television series, animated series, films and radio/television commercials. Recently, his focus has been on many animated projects.
Serge was recently nominated for a Canadian Screen Award (CSA) for his score in the animated series "Jason $ Song's Maple Mystery" (2017) and "Rob the Robot" (2014). Serge won a Gemini Award in 2010 for his score for the children travel series "A World of Wonders". Serge is also a six-time Gemini Award nominee for best score for "Rob the Robot" (2011), "A World of Wonders" (2008, 2009, 2010), "Rollbots" (2009) and "Kevin Spencer" (2005). Serge was also nominated for five Prix Gémeaux for best score and best opening theme for the TV series "Les Bleus de Ramville" (2013), "Météo+" (2009, 2010), and more recently for the opening theme for the TV dramady "St-Nickel" (2017).
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Serge Côté