Samuel Page | Age, Bio, Wiki, Family, Education, Career, Movies, TV Shows, Wife, Kids, Awards & Net Worth | 2023

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Samuel Page

Samuel Page is an accomplished American actor known for diverse roles across television and film. Born on November 5, 1976, in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, he began his acting career in the late 1990s. Page gained significant recognition for his roles in “All My Children,” “Desperate Housewives,” and “Mad Men.” He’s also appeared in a range of Hallmark Channel movies. Beyond acting, Page is a dedicated family man and Stanford University graduate. His talent and versatility have earned him a solid place in Hollywood.



Samuel Page



He captained the football and ball clubs at Whitefish Bay High School. He went to Princeton University, where he procured a BA in environment and developmental science in 1998.

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Samuel Page

Page had a repetitive role in American Dreams and visitor featured in other arrangement, for example, CSI: Miami and Wicked Science. In 2006, he had a featuring part on the CBS dramatization arrangement Shark. Page showed up in’s video “Yes We Can” on the side of Barack Obama’s official offer, alongside various different big names. In 2012, Page had a featuring part in the film In the Dark as Jeff, an associate recruited to help a delightful youthful artist as of late blinded in an auto accident that murdered her significant other and youngster.

In 2013, Page joined the cast of the Netflix show arrangement House of Cards for their subsequent season. In 2017, he played the lead role in the film Royal New Year’s Eve as Prince Jeffery. What’s more, he featured in another sentimental Hallmark Movie, ‘The Story of Us’. In 2017, Page joined the cast of The Bold Type as Richard Hunter, on the Scarlet Board of Directors, and Sutton’s adoration premium.


  • Prison of the Dead (2000) (Calvin)
  • The Brotherhood (2001) (Chris Chandler)
  • Micro Mini-Kids (2001) (Blake)
  • Wish You Were Here (2005) (David Dunsmore)
  • Cruel World (2005) (Daniel Anderson)
  • Slave (2009) (David Dunsmore)
  • Falling Up (2009) (Buck)
  • The United Monster Talent Agency (2010) (David)
  • Starsucker (2011) (Pete Thump)
  • A Proper Send-Off (2011) (Paul)
  • Valediction (2012) (Miles Thomas)
  • Serial Daters Anonymous (2014) (Kyle)
  • 1915 (2015) (James)
  • Self/less (2015) (Carl)
  • The Preppie Connection (2015) (Mr. Jennings)
  • Caught (2015) (Justin Price)
  • The Tiger Hunter (2016) (Kenneth Porter)
  • Walking the Dog (2018) (Keith)


  • Popular (1999) (Stone Cold Fox Boy)
  • 7th Heaven (1999-2000) (Brad Landers)
  • Undressed (2000) (Sam)
  • Men, Women & Dogs (2001) (Tom)
  • All My Children (2002-2003) (Trey Kenyon)
  • American Dreams (2003-2004) (Drew Mandel)
  • Point Pleasant (2005-2006) (Jesse Parker)
  • CSI: Miami (2005) (Jeff Marshall)
  • Shark (2006-2007) (Casey Woodland)
  • Finish Line (2008) (Mitch Camponella)
  • Imaginary Bitches (2008) (Riley)
  • Mad Men (2008-2012) (Greg Harris)
  • CSI: NY (2009) (Liam Connover)
  • Melrose Place (2009) (Victor)
  • Greek (2010-2011) (Joel)
  • Desperate Housewives (2010) (Sam Allen)
  • Gossip Girl (2010) (Colin Forrester)
  • The Event (2010) (Rick)
  • Castle (2010) (Brian Elliott)
  • Lie to Me (2011) (George Walker)
  • Up All Night (2011) (Dr. Goddard)
  • Annie Claus Is Coming to Town (2011)
  • Switched at Birth (2012, 2015) (Craig Tebbe)
  • The Client List (2012) (TJ Braswell)
  • Imaginary Friend (2012) (Robert)
  • Last Resort (2012) (Kylie’s brother)
  • In the Dark (2013) (Jeff)
  • Scandal (2013) (Will Caldwell)
  • Necessary Roughness (2013) (Sam Conte)
  • House of Cards (2014) (Connor Ellis)
  • The Mindy Project (2014) (Andy)
  • Stalker (2015) (Mike Harris)
  • Adam Ruins Everything (2015) (Dr. Todd Bodd)
  • All Things Valentine (2016) (Brendan)
  • Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (2016) (Keith Habersohl)
  • Walking the Dog (2017) (Keith)
  • The Bold Type (2017-present) (Richard Hunter)
  • The Perfect Christmas Present (2017) (Tom Jacobs)
  • A Royal New Year’s Eve (2017) (Prince Jeffrey)
  • The Story of Us (2019) (Sawyer Odell)
  • My One and Only (2019) (Alex)
  • Christmas in Rome (2019) (Oliver Martin)
  • Celebrity Family Feud (2020) (Himself)

Net Worth:

Samuel Page net worth is estimated to be $2 Million Dollars. He is also talented actor.

Married Life & Children:

In 2014, Page marry life partner Cassidy Boesch at an estate right external Santa Barbara, California. Among Page’s groomsmen was Mean Girls star and Dancing with the Stars cast-off Jonathan Bennett. Sam declared the birth of their child, Logan, and on August 11, 2018, they invited twin young ladies named is Annabelle and Evie.

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