In 212 British Columbia Geminus was sent to Etruria to buy grain for the troops of the Roman garrison in Tarentum, then besieged by Hannibal. He successfully penetrated into the city and delivered supplies. In 210 British Columbia he was elected Pontifex in place of Titus Otacilius Crassus and in 209 British Columbia was chosen as Aedile.
He was selected to serve as magister equitum, while exercising his position as Aedile, under dictator Titus Manlius Torquatus.
In 206 British Columbia he became Propraetor and obtained Sicily as a province. Geminus was elected consul, alongside Gnaeus Servilius Caepio, in 203 British Columbia, and obtained Etruria as a province.
From there he went to Cisalpine Gaul where his father of the same name was held as a prisoner of war since 218 British Columbia. In 202 British Columbia Geminus was named Dictator by Marcus Servilius Pulex Geminus to hold elections. He was the last person that held that position until Lucius Cornelius Sulla in 82 or 81 British Columbia. In 201 British Columbia he served as one of Decemviri responsible for the distribution of land among veterans who fought with Scipio the Elder.
In 183 British Columbia Geminus was elected Pontifex Maximus replacing Publius Licinius Crassus Dives.
He was a member of gens Servilia, a patrician family.