The British actor, Rege-Jean Page, has been stealing hearts with his recent appearance in the Netflix series Bridgerton. Page’s sizzling chemistry with his on-screen wife, Phoebe Dynevor, in the series leaves his fans wondering about his off-screen romance.
Is Rege-Jean Page Taken?
Page's convincing screenplay with on-screen wife Phoebe Dynevor in the Netflix series Bridgerton adds fuel to the two co-star dating rumor. But the stars cleared the air by declaring the chemistry was limited only to the screens. However, finding him not involved in any relationship, many speculated his sexuality and questioned if he was gay. But, a recent situation might answer the question.
As reported by Dailymail, Page was spotted embracing Emily Brown, a writer, and part-time footballer, near his house in North London. Shortly after the picture was taken, the couple parted from the warm embrace and went their ways.
The scenario has everybody speculate that Emily Brown and Page might be in a relationship, which is yet to be announced publicly.
Rege-Jean Page's Networth & Career
Page's acting career geared up when he was accepted into the Drama Centre, a London-based University that polished the top actors like Tom Hardy and Michael Fassbender, and graduated in 2013.
The actor had his 'first break' when he got the opportunity to perform in a Michael Longhurst-directed play, The History Boys, in 2004.
However, his first American debut was in 2016 when he undertook the role of Chicken George in the miniseries Roots. The Netflix series, Bridgerton, happens to be his breakthrough project, where he portrays Simon Bassett’s character. Also, he is set to appear upcoming fantasy film, Dungeons and Dragons.
Page has amassed an estimated net worth of around 1.5 million dollars through his acting career, as reported by a source.
Rege-Jean Page (Source: Instagram)
Rege-Jean Page’s Bio: Parents, Age, Height
Rege-Jean Page was born in 1990 in London and belongs to mixed heritage, having a Zimbabwean mother and an English father. Jean is the second youngest among his four siblings and spent most of his early childhood in Harare, Zimbabwe, and later, he moved to London, where he gave life to his passion for acting.
Talking to the Interview Magazine, the 5-feet-11-inches tall actor mentioned acting was just a hobby before coming across the British National Youth Theatre as a university student. He also mentioned taking an engineering major at the time. Later, he gave up engineering to pursue acting seriously and got accepted into London's Drama Center after a couple of years of auditioning.