Peter Michael Paige
Date of Birth
20 June 1969, West Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Peter Paige is an accomplished actor, director, and playwright who has worked on countless theatrical productions in New York and at regional theaters around the country, not to mention numerous television and film projects. Paige lived in seven different states before graduating from high school. Started acting at age six and continued to pursue acting, writing, and directing throughout his middle and high school career. Paige attended Boston University’s prestigious School of Theatre Arts on full scholarship, spending twelve to fifteen hours a day in the university’s classical theatre conservatory. After graduating summa cum laude from BU, Paige moved to New York. He toured the country performing Moliere’s “Tartuffe” (in two languages!), and began leaving New York to perform at theatres around the country. Paige eventually relocated to Portland, Oregon where he worked for two years on the city’s Equity stages, was discovered by a manager, and brought to Los Angeles. Paige’s first audition in LA landed him a hilarious guest spot on “Suddenly Susan,” as Neil Pomeratz, the nervous undertaker. He has also appeared on “Caroline in the City,” “MTV’S Undressed,” “Time of Your Life,” “Movie Stars,” and “Will and Grace,” among others. Hobbies/interests/likes include politics, sushi, watching tennis, and contemporary art.