Regé-Jean Page Bio, Age, Height, Education, Wife, Kids, BBC, ABC, Net Worth

Regé-Jean Page

Regé-Jean Page Biography

Regé-Jean Page is a Media personality and a British actor. Page has also appeared in BBC’s Waterloo Road (2015), History Channel’s Roots (2016), and ABC’s For the People (2018–2019). He is known for his breakout role in the first series of the Netflix period drama Bridgerton (2020).

Regé-Jean Page Age

He was born on 27th April, 1988, London, England

Regé-Jean Page Height

He stand at a height of 5 feet and 8 inches.

Regé-Jean Page Education

He studied sound engineering at the National Youth Theatre, London.

Regé-Jean Page Parents

Page was born to a Zimbabwean mother who was a nurse and an English father who was a preacher, the parents names are unknown.

Regé-Jean Page Siblings

Jean has three siblings, he is the third of four children, and was in a band with his brother.

Regé-Jean Page Wife

Page is in a relationship with Emily Brown. They were first linked in 2019 and made their first public appearance together in September 2021.

Regé-Jean Page Children

He does not have children.

Regé-Jean Page BBC and ABC

Page’s first acting role was in 2001 playing Tanaka in television series Gimme 6. This was followed by guest appearances in British television series Casualty@Holby City in 2005, Fresh Meat in 2013, and Waterloo Road in 2015. On stage, he had roles in theatre productions of The History Boys in 2013, and The Merchant of Venice in 2015.

Page made his American production debut playing the role of Chicken George in the History Channel miniseries Roots in 2016, a remake of the 1977 miniseries with the same name which is based on Alex Haley’s 1976 novel, Roots: The Saga of an American Family. The same year, Page filmed an unaired pilot episode for ABC’s Spark.

In 2017, he was cast in a supporting role in the Shondaland-produced legal drama For the People which ran for two seasons, before getting cancelled by ABC in 2019. On film, he had a minor roles in the post-apocalyptic film Mortal Engines in 2018 and drama film Sylvie’s Love in 2020.

In 2019, Page was cast as one of the leads in the first series of Netflix period drama Bridgerton, another Shondaland project. It is based on the Regency romance novel The Duke and I, and was released in December 2020. The show was a critical success and Page received an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series presented by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, with Time magazine including him in their 100 Next List in 2021.

In 2022, Page appeared in Netflix’s film The Gray Man which received mixed reviews. David Ehrlich of Indie Wire described Page as “miserable in the role of a gallingly basic villain”, with the BBC’s Nicholas Barber calling his performance “one-dimensionally evil”. He also has a part in fantasy film Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves (2023). Page is attached to play Simon Templar in the upcoming reboot of The Saint, and is set to star in an untitled heist film for Netflix written and directed by Noah Hawley, both of which he is set to executive produce.

Regé-Jean Page Salary

He earns USD 50,000 per episode.

Regé-Jean Page Net Worth

His estimated net worth is USD 2 million.

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