Nov. 5th, 1976
Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, USA
Sam Page's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2005 - Cruel World
Guest TV Roles
Stone Cold Fox Boy
Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as Sam Elliott, Sam Page attended Princeton University where he earned a BA in ecology and evolutionary biology. For his senior thesis, Page wrote about the mating habits of a female mosquitofish; the work was published in a science journal.
After graduation, Page went on to become a series regular on CBS's "Shark". He also landed a recurring role on The WB's "7th Heaven."
In 2002, People Magazine named Page to their Most Eligible Bachelors list.
- At Princeton University, Sam wrote his senior thesis on female mating preferences in the Eastern mosquito fish, which was published in the science journal Current Biology, and graduated with a degree in ecology and evolutionary biology. He also played on the school's baseball team.
- Graduated from Princeton University in 1998.
- Discovered by filmmaker David DeCoteau for the film Micro Mini Kids. Based on his work on that film DeCoteau flew Sam to Buchurest, Romania to play a flirty Bi-Sexual in the horror film Prison of the Dead. After dinner at El Coyote Restaurant in Hollywood, DeCoteau offered Sam the lead in his film The Brotherhood which became a huge success and launched Sam's career into orbit.