Sam Page had the distinction of simultaneously juggling three recurring arcs on such beloved series as AMC’s Golden Globe® and Emmy Award® winning “Mad Men,” the worldwide phenomenon “Desperate Housewives” and acclaimed ABC Family Channel series “Greek.” As his role as Christina Hendricks’ surgeon husband on “Mad Men” continued, Page joined yet another cast in the form of an arc on “Gossip Girl” and has since appeared in multiple episodes of “Switched at Birth” and most recently, the Netflix original series “House of Cards” with Robin Wright. He later collaborated with Creator David Fincher on HBO’s “Living on Video,” and currently stars in Freeform’s “The Bold Type.”
Additionally, Page has appeared on “Scandal,” “The Mindy Project,” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” “Necessary Roughness,” “Last Resort,” “Up All Night,” “The Event,” Castle” and “Lie to Me.” He previously starred as a handsome district attorney with a heart of gold on the CBS drama “Shark.” Aside from portraying an attorney with morals on a weekly basis, further testament to his acting ability was being able to hold his own alongside co-star James Woods.
He has since starred in the Spike TV original telefilm “Red Line;” followed by the independent drama features Falling Up, Answers to Nothing and the television movie “In the Dark”; the comedy Serial Daters Anonymous and more recently, the psychological thriller 1915 about the Armenian Genocide, the sci-fi thriller Self/less with Ryan Reynolds and Ben Kingsley, Caught with Anna Camp, Hamptons International Film Festival’s The Preppie Connection and the comedy The Tiger Hunter with Jon Heder. In 2017, Page starred in the Hallmark Channel Original Movie “Walking the Dog” alongside Jennifer Finnigan.
Whether swimming with sharks or maneuvering throughout the supernatural events on the short-lived, yet critically acclaimed “Point Pleasant,” Page continued to impress in a variety of roles. Additional credits include recurring arcs on the likes of “American Dreams,” “7th Heaven” and Ryan Murphy’s scathing look into the high school experience, “Popular.”
Page’s popularity likely originates from his role on the daytime drama “All My Children,” which garnered him a slot amongst People Magazine’s “Most Eligible Bachelors.” Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Page earned his B.A. degree in ecology and evolutionary biology from prestigious Princeton University where he also played baseball. Upon graduation, he moved to Manhattan to focus on his acting career. He eventually moved west to Los Angeles where he currently resides.