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Samuel Page
Born Samuel L. Elliott
November 5, 1976 (1976-11-05) (age 33)
Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin U.S.

Samuel Page, also credited as Sam Page, (born Samuel L. Elliott on November 5, 1976) is an American actor. He is also sometimes credited under his birth name or as Samuel B. Elliott, Sam Elliott, or Nathan Watkins.

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Early life

Samuel Page was born in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin. He attended Princeton University, where he earned a BA in ecology and evolutionary biology.[1] He captained the football and baseball teams at Whitefish Bay High School,[1] and led the Princeton baseball team to an NCAA championship.[2]

Career

After completing his degree, Page decided to become an actor despite having no high-school acting experience. "I came home and told my mom and dad I was moving to Hollywood to become an actor."[1]

While in Los Angeles, Page appeared on the television shows Men, Women & Dogs, Undressed, 7th Heaven, Popular, Hang Time, and Border Town. In New York City, he was cast in 2002 as Trey Kenyon on the daytime drama All My Children.

Page had a recurring role in American Dreams and guest starred in other series, such as CSI: Miami and Wicked Science. In 2005 he was cast as Jesse Parker on Fox's supernatural drama Point Pleasant. In 2006, he had a starring role on the CBS drama series Shark. He plays Joan Holloway's fiancé and then husband, Greg Harris, on Mad Men and in 2010 appears in a multi-episode arc on ABC's Desperate Housewives as Sam, an admirer of Bree Hodge.[3]

In 2008, Page appeared in Will.i.am's video Yes We Can in support of Barack Obama's presidential bid, along with numerous other celebrities.

In addition to his television credits, Page's film credits include The Brotherhood, Prison of the Dead, and Microscopic Boy.

Page was featured as one of People Magazine's most eligible bachelors in June 2002.[4]

References

  1. ^ a b c Jim Cryns, "Milwaukee Talks: Sam Page," onmilwaukee.com May 6, 2003, accessed March 10, 2010.
  2. ^ "About the Actors - Sam Page,", About AMC Soapcentral
  3. ^ Michael Ausiello, "Exclusive: 'Desperate Housewives' lands 'Mad' man Sam Page," Entertainment Weekly January 23, 2010, accessed March 8, 2010.
  4. ^ "The Bachelors," People magazine archive, June 24, 2002, accessed March 8, 2010.

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