Regé-Jean Page, born January 27, 1988 is a British-Zimbabwean actor. He has appeared in various television series, including “Waterloo Road” (2015) on BBC One, “Roots” (2016) on History, and “For the People” (2018–2019) on ABC. However, he gained widespread recognition for his role in the first season of the Netflix period drama “Bridgerton” (2020). Following this success, he has taken on roles in the action film “The Gray Man” (2022) and the fantasy film “Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves” (2023), both on Netflix.  


Regé-Jean Page refined his skills at top drama school Identity School of Acting. His training included screen acting, audition technique, text & performance, radio plays & audiobooks, Stanislavski, Meisner, monologues, improvisation, and voice. Regé was a high performer in his text & performance course, which focused on working intensively on scenes from contemporary texts, helping him land his role in the Netflix period drama “Bridgerton”. 

Page’s acting journey commenced in 2001 with his portrayal of Tanaka in the television series “Gimme 6.” Following this, he made guest appearances in various British television series such as “Casualty,” “Holby City,” “Fresh Meat,” and “Waterloo Road.” Transitioning to the stage, Page took on roles in theater productions including “The History Boys” in 2013 and “The Merchant of Venice” in 2015. 

In 2016, Page made his American production debut as Chicken George in the History Channel miniseries “Roots,” a remake of the 1977 miniseries based on Alex Haley’s novel. He also filmed an unaired pilot episode for ABC’s “Spark” the same year. 

The following year, Page secured a supporting role in the Shondaland-produced legal drama “For the People,” which ran for two seasons. He also had minor roles in films such as “Mortal Engines” (2018) and “Sylvie’s Love” (2020). 

In 2019, Page landed one of the lead roles in the first series of the Netflix period drama “Bridgerton,” based on the Regency romance novel. The show received critical acclaim, earning Page an NAACP Image Award and a nomination for a Primetime Emmy. Despite being offered to return for the second series, Page opted to explore other opportunities outside the show. 

In 2022, Page appeared in Netflix’s film “The Gray Man” and became the face of Armani Code. He also starred in the fantasy film “Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves” in 2023. 

Currently, Page is set to play the role of Simon Templar in “The Saint,” directed by Doug Liman. 


In which Netflix series did Regé-Jean Page gain widespread recognition for his role as Simon Basset, the Duke of Hastings?


What is the nationality of Regé-Jean Page?

He is British.

What is the name of the character Regé-Jean Page played in the movie "Mortal Engines"?

Captain Khora

What genre is the 2016 TV miniseries "Roots," in which Regé-Jean Page starred?

Historical drama

In which Shonda Rhimes-produced series did Regé-Jean Page appear before "Bridgerton"?

For the People

What is the title of the 2023 film where Regé-Jean Page starred alongside Chris Pine and Michelle Rodriguez?

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves

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