After receiving her BFA in Acting from Boston University's College of Fine Arts, Paige moved out west to Los Angeles after playing the lead in both of the Boston University's Graduate Thesis films, "Move, Immovable" and "Ghost Tours". She was also a featured actress in a submission to Boston's 48 Hour Film Festival, in which her film was awarded a place in the Best Of Boston category. In 2010, she was an extra in RED Production's feature "Searching For Sonny". In a mixed-media adaptation of Toni Press Coffman's "Touch" in San Antonio, TX, Paige played the omnipresent Zoe, and she was a featured actress "Cosette" in Les Miserables College Parody viral video. Behind the camera, she has been a Production Assistant for Larry Levinson Productions in Simi Valley, and worked as an executive assistant, script supervisor, and actor with Cineville Productions in Santa Monica for two productions.
Since then, Paige has starred/co-starred in a few independent comedy web series and half-hours that are currently in post production.
Her performative strengths include improvisation, comedy, film, dancing, physical work, voiceover, Shakespeare, dramas, and musicals. She is also an amateur photographer, short filmmaker, general artistic collaborator, and strong writer/editor. She has attended Broadway Theatre Project, TheatreBridge at Brown University, and Amphibian Production Summer Institute at TCU, received the Betty Lynn Buckley Award for Outstanding Performance in Musical Theatre, and twice worked in the executive office at Fort Worth's Bass Performance Hall.
Currently, Paige is acting in an interactive show called "Wonderland Experience" at the W Hollywood, in which she plays Alice.
Unique traits: A willingness to do whatever it takes to create and to inspire others to create; a daring sense of adventure; uninhibited access and versatility; a creative mind; a consistently positive, professional attitude; a love for the artistic process; a dorky sense of humor; a charming smile; physical flexibility; acrobatic abilities; athleticism
Film (short) by Aaron Bland April
Film (short) by Kris Heron Sarah
Something About Her
Film by Big Sur Productions Script Supervisor
Film by Larry Levinson Productions Production Assistant
Film (short) by Team Tooting In The Leaves Grace/GPS
Francis & Sally Mae Are Missing
Film (short) by Boston University Sunshine
Betty Lynn Buckley Award for Best Female Ensemble in a Musical