Take the glamor of the late 1930s and 1940s mixed with a modern twist and Serenity Stewart was born. Music is in the blood of this eclectic beauty and single mom to four.
While Serenity has had many careers over the years, nothing beckoned her more than her love for the arts -- a constant staple throughout her life. Serenity began at the ripe age of eight when the congregation fell silent upon her rendition of a popular hymn. She then went on to train classically as a Coloratura Soprano and at the age of fourteen, was asked to audition for the Detroit Metropolitan Opera.
A talented musical and theater production artist, Serenity has performed in countless productions such as Murder in the Key of C and Murder by Proxy. Serenity was the lead vocalist/soloist in Voices of the Desert. She went on to win a Kiwanis Silver Medal for Canada for Best Supporting Actress in an ensemble play, as well as performing bit parts in film for Toronto’s Visual Productions.
Serenity has spent the past eighteen months doing exactly what she loves. This spring, Serenity is proud to release her first album, PS. I Love You. The album is a compilation of songs from some of the great American Song Writers including Hoagy Carmichael, Duke Ellington, Redd Evans, Walter Donaldson and more.
The album was recorded in Las Vegas and represents the bygone era which was a decade of world war, economic recovery, unity, and invention. The inspiring melodies and lyrics of the music of this era echoes romance, the trials of war and the pain of separation.
Serenity is a member of the Screen Actors Guild and named Who’s Who in Entertainment in 2000 Inclusion and 1998.
In her spare time, Serenity enjoys continuing education, traveling, golfing, hiking, gardening, and volunteering for hospice. Serenity currently resides in the Valley of the Sun and previously lived in Michigan and Canada.