Rege-Jean Page is a British-Zimbabwean actor known for his breakout role as the Duke of Hastings in the Netflix series “Bridgerton”.
Rege-Jean Page’s Age, Bio
Rege-Jean Page was born in 1990, in London, United Kingdom, which makes him 33 years old as of 2023. He was raised in Harare, Zimbabwe, where his mother, a nurse, and his father, a pastor, worked. Page attended secondary school at Queen Elizabeth’s School for Boys in Barnet, North London, and later pursued a degree in English Literature from the University of Cambridge’s Simon’s College. He also trained at the National Youth Theatre and the Drama Centre London.
Page’s ethnicity is a mix of Zimbabwean and English. He has spoken about the importance of representation and diversity in the entertainment industry and has been an advocate for greater inclusivity in storytelling. As of April 2023, there is no credible information to suggest that Rege-Jean Page has passed away. He remains an active and highly sought-after actor in the entertainment industry.
Rege-Jean Page’s Height And Weight
Rege-Jean Page stands at 6 feet 1 inch (185 cm) tall and weighs around 180 pounds (82 kg). He has a lean and athletic build, which he maintains through regular workouts and a healthy lifestyle.
The page has short, curly black hair and dark brown eyes that complement his sharp features and charming smile. He is often praised for his striking looks and suave demeanor, which have earned him a massive fan following worldwide.
Rege-Jean Page’s Career
Rege-Jean Page began his career in theater, performing in productions such as “The History Boys” and “Merchant of Venice”. He then moved into television, with appearances in shows like “Casualty” and “Roots”.
In 2020, Page gained international recognition for his role as the Duke of Hastings in the Netflix series “Bridgerton”. The show became a cultural phenomenon and Page was praised for his performance, receiving a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series.
Following the success of “Bridgerton”, Page was cast in the upcoming films “Dungeons & Dragons” and “The Gray Man”. He was also announced as a host for “Saturday Night Live” in February 2021. However, in April 2021, Page announced that he would not be returning for the second season of “Bridgerton”. Since then, he has been linked to various upcoming projects, including a starring role in the “Dungeons & Dragons” adaptation.
Rege-Jean Page’s Net worth
Rege-Jean Page’s net worth is estimated to be around $2 million, which is primarily derived from his successful acting career. His breakout role as the Duke of Hastings in the Netflix series “Bridgerton” has undoubtedly contributed to his net worth, as he reportedly earned around $50,000 per episode. Aside from his role in “Bridgerton”, Page has appeared in other popular TV shows and films, such as “For the People”, “Roots”, “Sylvie’s Love”, and “Mortal Engines”. As his popularity and demand for his talent continue to rise, his net worth is likely to increase as well.
Rege-Jean Page’s Girlfriend, Relationship
Rege-Jean Page’s father, Mr. Page, was a preacher, and his mother, Mrs. Page, worked as a nurse. He grew up with three siblings, including his brother Tose Page, who is a music artist, songwriter, and producer.
Regarding his personal life, Rege-Jean Page is currently unmarried and has been dating Emily Brown, who works as a copywriter. Despite his rising popularity, he prefers to keep his personal life private and has not shared much about his relationship with the media.
|Full Name||Referral Page|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Date of Birth||27 April 1988|
|Age||33 Years Old|
|Birth Place||London, England, United Kingdom|
|Currently, Live in||North London|
|Profession||Actor and Model|
|Debut||Film: Troublemaker (2004)
Television Series: Gimme 6 (2006)
Audio: The Harrowing (2020)
|Years Active||2001 – Present|
|Famous Role||First Series of the Netflix Period Drama Bridgerton (2020)|
|Height (approx.)||6 ft 1|
|Weight (approx.)||82 kg|
|School/High School||Local Middle School, Harare, Zimbabwe and London Secondary School, England, United Kingdom|
|College/University||National Youth Theatre, London, United Kingdom and Drama Centre London, England, United Kingdom|