Sam Page probably had no idea that he had a successful career ahead of him as an actor when he was earning a B.A. in ecology from Princeton University. His senior thesis was even published in the journal Current Biology, but Page still decided to change directions, which paid off in 2005, when he was cast in the series Point Pleasant. Then in 2006, Page accepted the role of Casey Woodland on the hit law series Shark, opposite James Woods.
Biography by Cammila Collar
- Majored in ecology and evolutionary biology at Princeton University; wrote his senior thesis about mating preferences of the Eastern Mosquitofish.
- Wanted to be a professional baseball player while growing up and played collegiate baseball at Princeton.
- Was named one of People magazine's Top 50 Bachelors in 2002 and one of the magazine's Sexy Men of the Week in 2010.
- Much of his work evokes vintage eras: his roles on 1960s-set Mad Men and American Dreams; his appearance in J.Crew's spring 2011 catalog, which channeled Old Hollywood glamour.