Rege-Jean Page’s birthday is today! Only a few people are aware that the “Bridgerton” actor is also a singer!
Regé-Jean Page is a well-known English actor. He rose to prominence in the first season of Netflix’s period drama Bridgerton, for which he received the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Regé-Jean Page has captured the hearts of viewers all over the world. The U.K.-born talent has a bright future ahead of him, and his net worth reflects that! According to multiple sources, Regé-Jean is worth $1.5 million.
As if the Duke of Hastings couldn’t get any more appealing. Act II of The Sandman’s audio play adaptation features the actor who plays Orpheus singing in Greek, and it is a must-listen. More than that, the actor is a member of the musical duo Tunya.
Dirk Maggs, the audio drama’s co-executive producer and director, stated that Regé-Jean Page is not only an outstanding actor and a stunningly handsome man, but he is also an angelic singer.
He even stated that it still gives him chills. Following the release of the short clip, fans’ reactions to the star’s delicate singing voice were far from “untreated stems.” According to one Twitter user, he meets all of the criteria! Actor, musician, and dancer (those Bridgerton waltzes were not for the faint of heart)! What happens next? “Giddy is an understatement!!” During his appearance on Saturday Night Live in February, where he performed Olivia Rodrigo’s famous song “driver’s license,” the actor gave fans a taste of his singing abilities. Regé’s singing abilities, however, extend far beyond small parts and acting roles.
He is a member of the musical duo Tunya with his brother Tose Page.
Page’s first starring role was in the 2001 television series Gimme, as Tanka. The following year, in 2005, he appeared as a guest star in the British television series Casualty@Holby City. In addition, he appeared in the stage productions The History Boys in 2013 and 2015, as well as The Merchant of Venice. Despite the theatrical production, he appeared in the 2017 Shondaland drama For the People as a supporting actor. In 2020, he will be remembered for the drama Sylvie’s Love, whereas in 2018, he was remembered for a minor role in Mortal Engines.