Charismatic Regé-Jean Page


Born in 1990 to a Zimbabwean mother and English preacher, Regé-Jean Page is the second youngest of four children.

His work is quickly establishing him as one the most exciting British acting talents of his generation.

Regé gathered rave reviews in his break-out lead role as ‘Chicken George’ in the award winning event-series ‘ROOTS’, then went on to star in the Shondaland legal thriller ‘For The People’, Peter Jackson sci-fi blockbuster ‘Mortal Engines’, and jazz age epic ‘Sylvie’s Love’, before re-partnering with Shonda as the romantic lead of her Netflix debut, period-romance spectacular: ‘BRIDGERTON’.

Trained at the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain, then the infamously left-field ‘Drama Centre London’, Regé began his career on stage, in ‘The History Boys’ at the Sheffield Crucible, and then alongside Jonathan Price in ‘The Merchant Of Venice’ at Shakespeare’s Globe.

Raised in Zimbabwe, schooled in the UK, and working extensively in the USA, Regé is known for a keen international perspective and versatility that characterises his work.

Source: IMDb